CONTACTLESS DELIVERY SOLUTION THAT ACTUALLY STOPS PACKAGE THEFT

Looks like a Bench, Protects like a safe, works from your smart phone.

DON'T JUST WATCH YOUR PACKAGES GET STOLEN

1 in 3 People Have Had A Package Stolen

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The Average Cost of Package Theft is $109 Per Package

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BENCHSENTRY MOBILE APP

TAKE CARE OF YOUR PACKAGES FROM ANYWHERE

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Stop package theft


BenchSentry keeps your packages out of sight, locked, and protected.

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ENDLESS WAYS TO USE YOUR BENCHSENTRY

Package Deliveries

Add UPS, FedEx, and USPS tracking numbers to BenchSentry for real-time tracking and monitoring of package deliveries. Once the carrier delivers your package, BenchSentry notifies you with image confirmation and then automatically locks so it’s ready for the next delivery.

Personal Deliveries

Create entry codes for deliveries of items such as groceries, flowers, and dry cleaning. You can even use your BenchSentry to leave items for friends and family to pick up while you’re away. With BenchSentry it’s easy to manage personal deliveries and pickups.

Safe and Secure Exchanges

BenchSentry can be your exchange point for buying and selling items on sites like Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist and Nextdoor.

Multiple Deliveries

With BenchSentry it’s easy to accept multiple deliveries with no extra work for you. With each new delivery, BenchSentry notifies you via the BenchSentry mobile app so you’re in control of each and every delivery. With 7 cubic feet of capacity, you can receive multiple deliveries and have them secured until you get home.

TESTIMONIALS

My kids have had a great time checking the BenchSentry and bringing in packages. One less thing that I have to do!

Anna R.

I just don't have to worry about packages being stolen from my front porch. I no longer have packages delivered to work. It just makes things easier.

Gerry R.

It keeps it all dry and out of sight and doesn't advertise that I'm not home. I really like that.

Vicki D.