Duck Security© SCR009E Super XL Smart Vault

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Not to be confused with Vault of Antiquity.

The Duck Security© SCR009E Super XL Smart Vault is an object introduced in The Sims 4: Get Famous. Sims can use the vault to store their simoleons and do a variety of interactions based on the amount of simoleons they've stored. Vaults can be locked to prevent Sims other than the owner from taking money.

If a Sim is inside when the owner closes the vault, they will be trapped in there and will become tense. While inside, they can attempt to break out.

Interactions[edit | edit source]

There are a number of interactions:

  • Add money to Vault
  • Close and Lock
  • Unlock and Open

When there are Simoleons in the vault there are more interactions:

  • Take Money from Vault

When there are §5000+ Simoleons

  • Play with Money
  • Nap in Money
  • Woohoo with...

Duck Security© SCR009E Super XL Smart Vault[edit | edit source]

Duck Security© SCR009E Super XL Smart Vault
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Are you a frugal to the point of excess? A bit of a scrooge? A duck? Well, we know exactly what you need! This vault is perfect for hoarding those shinies- and just imagine the possibilities once you've amassed a sim (or two)- sized pile...
Game The Sims 4: Get Famous
Buyability Build Mode
Price in game §3,000
Object type(s) Storage
Size 4x3

Duck Security© SCR009E Biometric Vault Door[edit | edit source]

Duck Security© SCR009E Biometric Vault Door
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Have you ever dreamt of your own in-home vault? Install this biometric vault door, and hide away your precious belongings and secrets behind a wall of steel and lasers. Just be sure not to accidentally trap someone inside! You wouldn't want that, would you?
Game The Sims 4: Get Famous
Buyability Build Mode
Price in game §1,500
Object type(s) Storage
Size 4x1

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The vault's name and description are likely a reference to Scrooge McDuck, a Disney character.

Gallery[edit | edit source]