Tuesday August 4, 2020

Vaults offer safe storage for students

Average students owns up to €2,500 of essential technology

4th September, 2016
Seamus Fahy, founder, Merrion Vaults

Be it laptops, memory cards, jewellery or passports, the personal effects that students lug around add up in value to a few thousand euro.

It is estimated that the value of the technology alone that most third level students regard as essential is up to €2,500. They include mobile phones, iPads and laptops. So it’s imperative that they insure their property and find a safe place to keep valuables secure and accessible.


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