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1. (WO2019033045) PORTABLE BEACH SAFE
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2. The portable beach safe according to claim 1, wherein:

the cable aperture is defined on one of the plurality of sidewalls disposed on a first side of the safe body, the cable end aperture is disposed on a second side of the safe body opposing the first side of the safe body, and the free end of the cable includes a flange substantially surrounding the cable, the flange having an inner surface.

3. The portable beach safe according to claim 2, wherein the cable locking position further comprises:

the free end of the cable longitudinally retained, through the inner surface of the flange, by both the cover and the lower shell.

4. The portable beach safe according to claim 3, wherein the lower shell further comprises:

a shelf member and an inner partition wall both coupled to at least two of the plurality of sidewalls that, together with the bottom wall, separate the inner cavity into a first cavity and a second cavity and encapsulate the first cavity, the shelf member defining a shelf recess thereon spatially coupled to the cable end aperture and sized to receive a portion of the cable and shaped and sized to receive a portion of the flange when in the cable locking position.

5. The portable beach safe according to claim 4, wherein the cover further comprises:

an electrically conductive charging prong disposed on an inner surface of the cover, the electrically conductive charging prong aligned, when in the cable locking position, with an electrically conductive receiving prong disposed on an outer surface the shelf member, the electrically conductive charging prong electrically coupled to the at least one photovoltaic cell and the electrically conductive receiving prong electrically coupled to at least one of a battery disposed within the first cavity and the at least one USB port.

6. The portable beach safe according to claim 4, wherein the cover further comprises:

a cover recess defined thereon that is sized to receive a portion of the cable and shaped and sized to receive a portion of the flange.

7. The portable beach safe according to claim 6, wherein:

the shelf and cover recesses are each shaped to contour portions of the free end of the cable.

8. The beach safe according to claim 6, wherein:

the shelf and cover recesses are symmetrically shaped with respect to one another.

9. The portable beach safe according to claim 1, further comprising:

a manual dial-lock assembly with a dial pad coupled to the cover and exposed to the ambient environment, the manual dial-lock assembly operably configured to engage a locking pin directly coupled to the lower shell to lockably couple the cover to the lower shell when in the cable locking position.

10. The portable beach safe according to claim 1, further comprising:

a cantilever cable retention post coupled to the lower shell, defining a post diameter, and disposed proximal to the cable end aperture, wherein the free distal end defines a loop shaped and sized to receive the post diameter of the cable retention post and the cable retention post longitudinally retains the free distal end when in the cable locking position along the cover translation path.

11. The portable beach safe according to claim 1, wherein the cover further comprises:

a cable retention post aperture defined thereon, the cable retention post aperture shaped and sized to receive the cantilever cable retention post, wherein the portion cover defining the cable retention post aperture is operably configured to retain the cable retention post when in the cable locking position along the cover translation path.

12. A portable beach safe comprising:

a portable safe body:

with a lower shell having a plurality of sidewalls, a bottom wall, and an inner partition wall defining at least one USB port formed thereon and separating and coupled to at least two of the plurality of sidewalls to define a first cavity and a second cavity;

with a cover rotatably coupled to the lower shell and incorporating at least one photovoltaic cell selectively electrically couplable to the at least one USB port, the cover with a top surface defining a plurality of apertures exposing the at least one photovoltaic cell to an ambient environment of the portable safe body and with a closed cover position along a cover translation path with the cover locked with the lower shell to encapsulate the second cavity;

defining a cable aperture thereon that spatially couples the first cavity to the ambient environment of the portable safe body; and

defining a cable end aperture thereon and disposed inside of the safe body when the cover is the closed cover position, the cable end aperture spatially coupling the inside of the safe body and the ambient environment;

a cable-reel assembly disposed within the first cavity and having a retractably extendable cable with a free distal end having a flange disposed thereon, the cable disposed in the cable aperture and operably configured to extend from the cable aperture a cable length sufficient for the free end to at least partially surround the safe body and be received within the cable end aperture;

a shelf member coupled to at least two of the plurality of sidewalls that, together with the shelf member and the bottom wall, encapsulate the first cavity, the shelf member defining a shelf recess thereon spatially coupled to the cable end aperture and sized to receive a portion of the cable;

an electrically conductive charging prong disposed on an inner surface of the cover, the electrically conductive charging prong aligned with an electrically conductive receiving prong disposed on an outer surface the shelf member when the cover is in the closed cover position, the electrically conductive charging prong electrically coupled to the at least one photovoltaic cell and the electrically conductive receiving prong electrically coupled to at least one of a battery disposed within the first cavity and the at least one USB port;

a cable locking position along the cover translation path with the cover in the closed cover position and the flange of the free end of the cable longitudinally retained by at least one of the cover and the lower shell; and

an article loading position along the cover translation path with a portion of the cover removed from the lower shell and exposing the second cavity.

13. The beach safe according to claim 12, wherein:

the cable end aperture is shaped and sized to receive a portion of the flange when in the cable locking position.

14. The beach safe according to claim 13, wherein

the cable aperture is defined on one of the plurality of sidewalls disposed a first side of the safe body and the cable end aperture defined on a top terminal end of one of the plurality of sidewalls disposed on a second side of the safe body, the second side of the safe body opposite the first side of the safe body.

15. The beach safe according to claim 12, wherein the cable locking position further comprises:

the free end of the cable longitudinally retained, through an inner surface of the flange, by both the cover and the lower shell.

16. The beach safe according to claim 12, wherein the cover further comprises:

a cover recess defined thereon that is sized to receive a portion of the cable and shaped and sized to receive a portion of the flange.

17. The beach safe according to claim 16, wherein:

the shelf and cover recesses are each shaped to contour portions of the free end of the cable.

18. The beach safe according to claim 16, wherein:

the shelf and cover recesses are symmetrically shaped with respect to one another.

19. The beach safe according to claim 12, further comprising:

a manual dial-lock assembly with a dial pad coupled to the cover and exposed to the ambient environment, the manual dial-lock assembly operably configured to engage a locking pin directly coupled to the lower shell to lockably couple the cover to the lower shell when in the cable locking position.