SAFE & SECURE
Four Wheeler|November 2021
Tuffy’s lockable Center Console Security Safe insert offers security for your stuff
Sean P. Holman

One of the ever-present challenges in just about any Jeep is the lack of secure storage areas, and the latest Wrangler JL and Gladiator JT are no exceptions. Whether you enjoy topless Jeeping or cruising around encased in full doors and a hardtop, there is always the concern about protecting your valuables when you walk away. Even when compared to the JK, the JL has more electronics and modules taking up areas previously available for aftermarket lockable storage solutions, such as under the driver seat.

Fortunately, there is a solution to your secure storage needs in the form of the Tuffy Security Products Center Console Security Safe. This lockable console insert is brilliant in the fact that it is simple to install and turns your factory console into a heavy-duty lockable storage area. Made from 18-gauge steel, the Console Safe includes Tuffy’s Pry-Guard locking system and a 10-tumbler, double-bitted security key. Best of all, it’s totally invisible to the casual observer and integrates seamlessly into the center console, without taking up too much precious space.

The Console Safe allows for the use of the existing USB port and armrest storage tray. The lid is even designed to stay open while you are accessing the contents within. A durable, textured powdercoat finish protects the safe from corrosion and bumpers eliminate any rattles that might come from metal-to-metal contact.

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