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Saw these today in Sainsbury's... can't seem to find anything similar online for less than £20 + delivery, so I thought this made for a good deal.

Toughened Steel
Digital keypboard operation
2 Emergency back-up keys for override
Anchor points and fixing bolts for mounting
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#1
Nice.............I've always wanted one of these (have nothing to put in it though :-) )
#2
I didn't buy one - but I do have things I should probably keep in a safer place... birth / marriage certificate, passports, stuff that would be a pain to replace were it stolen.
#3
dotcomslashnet
I didn't buy one - but I do have things I should probably keep in a safer place... birth / marriage certificate, passports, stuff that would be a pain to replace were it stolen.


Use it as a decoy, don't secure it too strongl, put it somewhere cliched and put something nasty in it.

Then put your valuables somewhere safe. Or in a second more carefully hidden safe.

f you put all your important and valuable stuff together in a safe, then a thief just thinks he has hit the jackpot when he finds it. So you lose everything and get major damage to brickwork.
#4
androoski
Use it as a decoy, don't secure it too strongl, put it somewhere cliched and put something nasty in it.

Then put your valuables somewhere safe. Or in a second more carefully hidden safe.

f you put all your important and valuable stuff together in a safe, then a thief just thinks he has hit the jackpot when he finds it. So you lose everything and get major damage to brickwork.


This is a good advice, I will put a note in the safe saying "You have been Punked"..lol
#5
androoski
Use it as a decoy, don't secure it too strongl, put it somewhere cliched and put something nasty in it.

Then put your valuables somewhere safe. Or in a second more carefully hidden safe.

f you put all your important and valuable stuff together in a safe, then a thief just thinks he has hit the jackpot when he finds it. So you lose everything and get major damage to brickwork.


It is a good point... I'd intended bolting it to a solid wall... but I like your idea better... now all i need is a deal on some of those exploding ink capsules you hear about.
#6
my £70 still stands
#7
You would have to be stark raving bonkers to have one of these in your home!

The burglars have no respect for your propery at all. They will rip it off its mountings (with whatever it takes) and then smash it against your walls, throw it down the stairs several times etc until they get it open. They won't leave the house with it and your house will be totally trashed because of it!

AVOID
#8
I would have to disagree, not useless at all.
If it has fire resistant quality you can mount it below your floor boards in a joist . . i'd like to see some meathead burglar get one of these out my house!
1 Like #9
Fl0wer
i'd like to see some meathead burglar get one of these out my house!


now that sir sounds like a bet, how about tuesday night?
#10
I think this is the only way to keep our money safe now as the banks have shown not to be trusted. Perhaps we should all invest in these and bury them in our gardens that way our money should be safe.
#11
Silly question, but how are these powered ? Battery / mains ?
banned#12
battery.
#13
a thief will be in your house for about 5 mins at the most. so if you have the safe bolted to the concrete floor or bolted to the wall . i cant see him getting into the safe. i have a safe but it is well hidden and also have a burgular alarm . the safe is handy for keeping your passports bank cards safe .
#14
forevermum;4188000
I think this is the only way to keep our money safe now as the banks have shown not to be trusted. Perhaps we should all invest in these and bury them in our gardens that way our money should be safe.

I was listening to Chris Moyles this morning who had a guest who apparently knew a lot about finance (I think it was Peter Jones if I'm not mistaken). He said that banks are the safest places to keep your money now although the return won't be that great. During recession times thefts and burglaries increase and homes are not the safest option in this case. He also said that governments will never let major banks collapse and I think we've seen enough evidence of that during the last few weeks. In fact, Alistair Darling was talking about another financial aid package this morning but I had to leave to work before I heard the whole story.
#15
turdburglar
You would have to be stark raving bonkers to have one of these in your home!

The burglars have no respect for your propery at all. They will rip it off its mountings (with whatever it takes) and then smash it against your walls, throw it down the stairs several times etc until they get it open. They won't leave the house with it and your house will be totally trashed because of it!

AVOID


Burglars hate noise and anything that might draw attention to them - do you honestly think they are going to start throwing a safe at a wall or down the stairs when they are trying to be as quiet as possible and only have a few minutes to get in and out?!!
banned#16
refaey
I was listening to Chris Moyles this morning who had a guest who apparently knew a lot about finance (I think it was Peter Jones if I'm not mistaken). He said that banks are the safest places to keep your money now although the return won't be that great. During recession times thefts and burglaries increase and homes are not the safest option in this case. He also said that governments will never let major banks collapse and I think we've seen enough evidence of that during the last few weeks. In fact, Alistair Darling was talking about another financial aid package this morning but I had to leave to work before I heard the whole story.


You were probably asking for it by going out at night and leaving the blimmin lights off. Or leaving the keys near the letterbox
#17
Banjo String

refaey
I was listening to Chris Moyles this morning who had a guest who apparently knew a lot about finance (I think it was Peter Jones if I'm not mistaken). He said that banks are the safest places to keep your money now although the return won't be that great. During recession times thefts and burglaries increase and homes are not the safest option in this case. He also said that governments will never let major banks collapse and I think we've seen enough evidence of that during the last few weeks. In fact, Alistair Darling was talking about another financial aid package this morning but I had to leave to work before I heard the whole story.


You were probably asking for it by going out at night and leaving the blimmin lights off. Or leaving the keys near the letterbox


Surely if you want to avoid Chris Moyles you need to turn the radio off, I fear that just leaving lights on and hiding your keys would not be enough.
#18
ezee123
battery.


Thanks. Might try and get one today.
banned#19
Hi, could anyone tell me if it's fire proof?

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