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Mechanical Key Safe £19.99 @ Argos. Free C&C

£19.99 @ Argos
Hope its safe to post this deal. A third off to bring it to this price. Great reviews (4.6 out of 5). This mechanical key safe will safely store your passport or legal documents. There's no need t… Read More
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10m, 6d agoFound 10 months, 6 days ago
Hope its safe to post this deal. A third off to bring it to this price. Great reviews (4.6 out of 5).

This mechanical key safe will safely store your passport or legal documents. There's no need to remember a combination code or change batteries as all that is required is a key. It features double-locking steel bolts, concealed hinges, and pre-drilled anchor points for easy floor or wall mounting.

Double locking steel bolts and concealed hinges.
Pre-drilled anchor points for floor or wall mounting via 4 expanding steel bolts.
2mm body thickness and 4mm door thickness.
Grey colour.
Made from steel.
Key lock only.
3 keys included.
4 locking bolts and metal hinges.
2mm body thickness.
Double locking steel bolts and concealed hinges.
4mm door thickness.
Floor mountable.
Wall mountable.
External size H20, W31, D20cm.
Capacity 12.2 litres.
Weight 6.5kg.
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20 Likes
http://www.openjokes.com/jokeimages/pics/safesex-1225815853.jpg
9 Likes
Right! I've ordered the safe...now I just need some valuables!! oO
9 Likes
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away
It's like a signpost to your valuables

I'll keep it in a bigger safe so it doesn't get stolen.
8 Likes
Gollywood
feckineejit
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away
It's like a signpost to your valuables
I have one a few years now had it bolted to the floor inside my bedroom cupboard, moved house now and have it bolted inside my new cupboard it's got 4 holes so you can bolt it down, keep it all my money, passports etc in it. I don't mind telling what's in it, as know one here knows where I live :-)
i no

Know u don't
7 Likes
Totally misleading picture. Says it comes with 3 keys, but has four pictured.
I'll bet it doesn't even come with passports. Lying gits!



(Heated ;) )

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2 Likes #1
http://argos.scene7.com/is/image/Argos/7001033_R_Z002A_UC1449581?$TMB$&wid=750&hei=750
2 Likes #2
not for me . I store my key where everyone can see them :D
3 Likes #3
This should secure some heat, ( you started it ) good find heated :D
3 Likes #4
washa84
not for me . I store my key where everyone can see them :D

Exactly, I could do with one to store my stash of Friday night condoms.
Scared the wife may find them!
20 Likes #5
http://www.openjokes.com/jokeimages/pics/safesex-1225815853.jpg
2 Likes #6
Heat added
#7
Good for teenagers to keep their guns and knives in. You can never be too safe.
1 Like #8
Adding a comment in the hope we can make it to #10 before it starts..
#9
Good for your Krugerrand gold coins if you fear for the apocalypse..
7 Likes #10
Totally misleading picture. Says it comes with 3 keys, but has four pictured.
I'll bet it doesn't even come with passports. Lying gits!



(Heated ;) )
2 Likes #11
Late
Totally misleading picture. Says it comes with 3 keys, but has four pictured.
I'll bet it doesn't even come with passports. Lying gits!
(Heated ;) )
lol good spot. X)
#12
Will it fit my DVDs.
5 Likes #13
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away

It's like a signpost to your valuables


Edited By: kotr on Sep 17, 2016 11:21
2 Likes #14
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away

It's like a signpost to your valuables



That would be why you drill it into the floor.
1 Like #15
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away

It's like a signpost to your valuables



Can you get a find my safe app ? Lol
1 Like #16
Imbed a cheap gps tracker in e back!
#17
Tedman
Imbed a cheap gps tracker in e back!


Oh and in a metal safe is it going to get a GPS signal?
1 Like #18
kotr
It's like a signpost to your valuables
That's why you buy two. One just sitting in the cupboard, with any old junk in it. Another, harder to find, bolted to a cement floor or brick wall, or both.
1 Like #19
plunet
Tedman
Imbed a cheap gps tracker in e back!
Oh and in a metal safe is it going to get a GPS signal?

the poster said nothing about putting a GPS tracker IN the safe
3 Likes #20
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away
It's like a signpost to your valuables
The trick is to not put anything but a note in the safe. When they crack open the safe, they'll find a note calling them a... well. You get the idea.
9 Likes #21
Right! I've ordered the safe...now I just need some valuables!! oO
9 Likes #22
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away
It's like a signpost to your valuables

I'll keep it in a bigger safe so it doesn't get stolen.
1 Like #23
Might get one of these to take on my holiday, save paying to use the hotel ones
2 Likes #24
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away

It's like a signpost to your valuables



I have one a few years now had it bolted to the floor inside my bedroom cupboard, moved house now and have it bolted inside my new cupboard it's got 4 holes so you can bolt it down, keep it all my money, passports etc in it. I don't mind telling what's in it, as know one here knows where I live :-)
1 Like #25
Good value. It has been this price earlier this year. Argos like Currys put their prices up and down like a yo-yo so you are never really sure what the normal price is.
5 Likes #26
backinstock
washa84
not for me . I store my key where everyone can see them :D

Exactly, I could do with one to store my stash of Friday night condoms.
Scared the wife may find them!


She's got her own.
1 Like #27
Heat op
1 Like #28
I would keep your money and save it for a better one like "chubb" as these cheap safe's are so easy to get into!
And your insurance companies are more likely to favour a more recognisable brand.
1 Like #29
feckineejit
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away

It's like a signpost to your valuables



I have one a few years now had it bolted to the floor inside my bedroom cupboard, moved house now and have it bolted inside my new cupboard it's got 4 holes so you can bolt it down, keep it all my money, passports etc in it. I don't mind telling what's in it, as know one here knows where I live :-)


i no
8 Likes #30
Gollywood
feckineejit
kotr
What's the point in having these.
A good reputable burglar will just take the safe and crack it open 50 miles away
It's like a signpost to your valuables
I have one a few years now had it bolted to the floor inside my bedroom cupboard, moved house now and have it bolted inside my new cupboard it's got 4 holes so you can bolt it down, keep it all my money, passports etc in it. I don't mind telling what's in it, as know one here knows where I live :-)
i no

Know u don't
1 Like #31
buckiebull
I would keep your money and save it for a better one like "chubb" as these cheap safe's are so easy to get into!
And your insurance companies are more likely to favour a more recognisable brand.
I wouldn`t tell my insurance company anything as they only use it as an excuse not to pay out.
Can you link to a better one that you recommend
1 Like #32
MisterSkinflint
backinstock
washa84
not for me . I store my key where everyone can see them :D
Exactly, I could do with one to store my stash of Friday night condoms.
Scared the wife may find them!
She's got her own.
Or she had. :{
#33
Are these those 'Sharp tap' to open safes?
1 Like #34
MisterSkinflint
backinstock
washa84
not for me . I store my key where everyone can see them :D

Exactly, I could do with one to store my stash of Friday night condoms.
Scared the wife may find them!


She's got her own.


You visit her too then? Thought I was the only one...
3 Likes #35
2 people I know have these and they are very good for the price, ideal for a bit of extra security for small valuables and a few quid. The secret is finding somewhere to bolt it too either a floor joist/through floorboard and use Coach screws or into concrete, either anchor bolts or if its decent concrete Lightning bolts. A more cautious person might enclose it with fireproof rated plasterboard (4-5 layers ) obviously a removable top, all one needs is a little bit of imagination and some DIY skills. I fitted one in a similar manner then encased it in plywood had a piece of pipe coming out of side of it going into a wall, painted it all the same as cupboard interior and the average idiot who is looking for a fast few quid wouldn't even look twice at it.
4 Likes #36
SCOUSEKEVIN
2 people I know have these and they are very good for the price, ideal for a bit of extra security for small valuables and a few quid. The secret is finding somewhere to bolt it too either a floor joist/through floorboard and use Coach screws or into concrete, either anchor bolts or if its decent concrete Lightning bolts. A more cautious person might enclose it with fireproof rated plasterboard (4-5 layers ) obviously a removable top, all one needs is a little bit of imagination and some DIY skills. I fitted one in a similar manner then encased it in plywood had a piece of pipe coming out of side of it going into a wall, painted it all the same as cupboard interior and the average idiot who is looking for a fast few quid wouldn't even look twice at it.

Gosh, can't I just stick my fivers under the mattress and then watch X-Factor.
1 Like #37
I have one of these and has served it's purpose well :-)
#38
SCOUSEKEVIN
2 people I know have these and they are very good for the price, ideal for a bit of extra security for small valuables and a few quid. The secret is finding somewhere to bolt it too either a floor joist/through floorboard and use Coach screws or into concrete, either anchor bolts or if its decent concrete Lightning bolts. A more cautious person might enclose it with fireproof rated plasterboard (4-5 layers ) obviously a removable top, all one needs is a little bit of imagination and some DIY skills. I fitted one in a similar manner then encased it in plywood had a piece of pipe coming out of side of it going into a wall, painted it all the same as cupboard interior and the average idiot who is looking for a fast few quid wouldn't even look twice at it.
Yes I did think about a fireproof one, might be better
#39
Do these also come with a spare potato ?
#40
Quickblood
Are these those 'Sharp tap' to open safes?
I think thats on some of the electronic ones, not sure if the same trick works on these.

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