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Mechanical Steel Key Safe - 12.2 Litres Capacity | £14.99 (Half Price!) @ Argos

£14.99 @ Argos
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-loc… Read More
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
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.
External size H20, W31, D20cm.
Capacity 12.2 litres.
Weight 6.5kg.

Great price in my opinion for a mechanical safe of this quality and size :)
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5 Likes #1
a steal at that price
#2
No stock in Barnsley
2 Likes #3
One key fits all :D
#4
what happens if you lose the key?
#5
skykid3
what happens if you lose the key?
Comes with 3 keys
5 Likes #6
rivellangel
skykid3
what happens if you lose the key?
Comes with 3 keys
Just remember to lock one inside so you dont' lose it :{
#7
coerce86
rivellangel
skykid3
what happens if you lose the key?
Comes with 3 keys
Just remember to lock one inside so you dont' lose it :{


or better - lock all 3...
1 Like #8
Has to be better than an old shoebox under the bed. Thanks
1 Like #9
Just make sure you secure it with the anchor points, my next door neighbour bought one of these and didn't, and helpfully for the thieves, they just picked it up and didn't need to search the house any further for valuables!
2 Likes #10
1966mcta
Just make sure you secure it with the anchor points, my next door neighbour bought one of these and didn't, and helpfully for the thieves, they just picked it up and didn't need to search the house any further for valuables!

Cheap enough to use as a decoy.
2 Likes #11
Thanks OP
A very good price and a far better item than those cheap electronic key pad type, which can be easily opened.
#12
SCOUSEKEVIN
Thanks OP
A very good price and a far better item than those cheap electronic key pad type, which can be easily opened.
Debateable - these are very simple to pick, and a properly anchored electronic or dial based safe will be more secure in th emaojrity of cases.

It's all a little irrelevant anyway as they are only 2mm thick at the casing so not exactly difficult to. Break in to :)
#13
I love how everyone house becomes Fort Knox housing the Crown Jewels every time a safe is posted on here haha!
Heat added :D love reading the comments :D

Edited By: JoeSpur on Dec 16, 2016 08:18
1 Like #14
If i spent £14.99 on a safe, i would have nothing left to put in it.
Voted HOT.
1 Like #15
What do you call a chav in a vault?



Safe.
1 Like #16
If you lose your keys for this you could always sacrifice your jacket potato...
1 Like #17
Spud211
SCOUSEKEVIN
Thanks OP
A very good price and a far better item than those cheap electronic key pad type, which can be easily opened.
Debateable - these are very simple to pick, and a properly anchored electronic or dial based safe will be more secure in th emaojrity of cases.
It's all a little irrelevant anyway as they are only 2mm thick at the casing so not exactly difficult to. Break in to :)

These are fine for the average home, anyone who has high value goods can afford something with better spec.
The average burglars are opportunists who are looking for a quick in and out and are hardly likely to carry drilling equipment.
1 Like #18
Spud211
SCOUSEKEVIN
Thanks OP
A very good price and a far better item than those cheap electronic key pad type, which can be easily opened.
Debateable - these are very simple to pick, and a properly anchored electronic or dial based safe will be more secure in th emaojrity of cases.
It's all a little irrelevant anyway as they are only 2mm thick at the casing so not exactly difficult to. Break in to :)

The cheap electronic safes, besides having a solenoid catch that can be bumped open with a knock on the case, have a very cheap bypass lock in case the batteries go flat, which is likely to be easier to pick than these, and equally thin cases.
#19
Bought 4 of these last time this deal was posted a few weeks ago. Still haven't fitted any of them yet 8-)
#20
1966mcta
Just make sure you secure it with the anchor points, my next door neighbour bought one of these and didn't, and helpfully for the thieves, they just picked it up and didn't need to search the house any further for valuables!
Not very bright are they?
#21
A moan from Northern Ireland. Said safe is £12.99 on Argos site. Great. My missus bought me 634/5240 at £29.99 which has same spec' as lesser priced except smaller than. Now I understand. Lesser priced not available here. Ahh, bless her. Oh, it was a valentines present.
#22
Item now off Argos site within 30 minutes of my posting to HUKD.

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