SentrySafe SFW123GTC 34.8L Capacity Fire/ Water Resistant Electronic and Key Safe with 1hr Resistance £252.82 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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SentrySafe SFW123GTC 34.8L Capacity Fire/ Water Resistant Electronic and Key Safe with 1hr Resistance £252.82 @ Amazon

£252.82 @ Amazon
If you have some cash at home and want to hide it from kids, this is ideal solution :))) Its quite heavy so properly fitted burglar will have no chance to drag it out:)) There are a few of them reduc… Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
If you have some cash at home and want to hide it from kids, this is ideal solution :))) Its quite heavy so properly fitted burglar will have no chance to drag it out:))
There are a few of them reduced on Amazon, Just type in SentrySafe into searchbox:)

UL Classified 1-hour proven fire protection/ETL verified for 1-hour fire protection of Digital Media to 1700°F
ETL verified 15 ft. drop test and water resistance up to 8 inches for 24 hours
Pry-resistant hinge bar, bolt down kit & 4 oversized 1 inch bolts for security
Dual electronic lock (with backlit keys) and managers key increases security
A multi-position shelf, key rack & door tray to enable easy organization

Product Description
The Sentry Safe SWF123GTC Electronic Fire-Safe is designed to protect documents, digital media and other valuables from fire, water and theft. Built to resist extreme conditions, the GTC is UL Classified to protect your documents and belongings for an hour at temperatures of up to 927 degrees Celsius. Tested and certified in the ETL labs, you can rest safe in the knowledge that your CDs/DVDs/Flash and USB drives will also remain unharmed for 1 hour in a 927 degrees Celsius fire, and are proven to survive a 15ft drop. Worried about flooding or water damage? Fear not, the GTC is ETL certified to protect your valuables for 24 hours in 8 inches of water. Part of the “Big Bolts” Range, this safe has 60% bigger bolts than traditional safes and a pry-resistant hinge bar, providing additional security against unauthorized access. The dual electronic lock has an additional override key for extra security. Share your combination with a friend, family member or colleague and prevent unauthorised access with your supervisor key. The electronic lock has backlit keys for easy access in dark locations and can be re-programed to your own combination, ensuring you don’t have to memorise another complicated pin! The Bright LED lighting makes organising belongings easier. This model also has a key rack, door tray, movable shelf and door pocket for small, easy-to-misplace items. A bolt down kit included to prevent unauthorized removal. Forgotten your combination? Forget calling out a locksmith, the friendly Sentry Safe customer service team are on hand Monday-Friday to help you gain access to your safe (providing you can prove ownership!) What’s more, if your safe is put to the test in a house fire, Sentry Safe will replace it for free.
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#1
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#2
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.

Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.
#3
paulj48
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.

Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.

But actual construction is steel anyways? I doubt that it would be easy to cut into this safe when its in the wall:)
Good point anyways, thanks:)
http://i.imgur.com/egz6HOF.jpg
#4
Anthonis
paulj48
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.
But actual construction is steel anyways? I doubt that it would be easy to cut into this safe when its in the wall:)Good point anyways, thanks:)http://i.imgur.com/egz6HOF.jpg

Just watch this video and it may change your mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRTnJVwYkJs

I actually went for one of these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Yale-YSM400EG1-Certified-Office-Capacity/dp/B001VBQZV0/ref=pd_sim_sbs_diy_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=0P9TMN2HZHTZ4XFF65M9
#5
paulj48
Anthonis
paulj48
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.
But actual construction is steel anyways? I doubt that it would be easy to cut into this safe when its in the wall:)Good point anyways, thanks:)http://i.imgur.com/egz6HOF.jpg

Just watch this video and it may change your mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRTnJVwYkJs

I actually went for one of these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Yale-YSM400EG1-Certified-Office-Capacity/dp/B001VBQZV0/ref=pd_sim_sbs_diy_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=0P9TMN2HZHTZ4XFF65M9

Try showing like for like.

Sentry one is a fire safe, not certified security safe. Where as the yale is a certified safe but not fire safe.
#6
paulj48
Anthonis
paulj48
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.
But actual construction is steel anyways? I doubt that it would be easy to cut into this safe when its in the wall:)Good point anyways, thanks:)http://i.imgur.com/egz6HOF.jpg

Just watch this video and it may change your mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRTnJVwYkJs

I actually went for one of these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Yale-YSM400EG1-Certified-Office-Capacity/dp/B001VBQZV0/ref=pd_sim_sbs_diy_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=0P9TMN2HZHTZ4XFF65M9

Indeed interesting video. But surely if this fitted into wall, then all front left is metal?
#7
So the best option is to have a large fire safe with a smaller certified money safe inside? Hmm
#8
10111010101011
So the best option is to have a large fire safe with a smaller certified money safe inside? Hmm
:D no this is great idea :D
#9
Anthonis
paulj48
Anthonis
paulj48
Be careful when looking at safes, a fire safe is not the same as a certified money safe and is for a different purpose.Fire safes are made out of a composite material of ground up concrete and polystrene and can easily be cut with a saw, a certified money safe will be made from armour plated steel.
But actual construction is steel anyways? I doubt that it would be easy to cut into this safe when its in the wall:)Good point anyways, thanks:)http://i.imgur.com/egz6HOF.jpg
Just watch this video and it may change your mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRTnJVwYkJsI actually went for one of these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Yale-YSM400EG1-Certified-Office-Capacity/dp/B001VBQZV0/ref=pd_sim_sbs_diy_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=0P9TMN2HZHTZ4XFF65M9
Indeed interesting video. But surely if this fitted into wall, then all front left is metal?

very few people would actually fit it into the wall, most would just bolt it down. I dont think most houses would have a large enough cavity to take it all anyway.

My point is unless you actually need a fire proof safe (and the risk of fire is far less than theft) then your money would be better spent on a certified cash safe.
#10
10111010101011
So the best option is to have a large fire safe with a smaller certified money safe inside? Hmm

dont know where you got that bright idea from?
#11
paulj48
10111010101011
So the best option is to have a large fire safe with a smaller certified money safe inside? Hmm

dont know where you got that bright idea from?


More of a time waster to get me through a rainy Tuesday.

Where pointed out this wouldn't be great for large amounts of money if you just wanted to keep family pictures etc safe from potential dangers then this would be perfect.

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