Diall Digital Electronic Safe for £13.50 @ B&Q (Free C&C)
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Diall Digital Electronic Safe for £13.50 @ B&Q (Free C&C)

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Found 7th Sep 2017
Solid safe

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This electronic safe from Diall has a strong, durable powder coated casing and is great for storing documents, cash, small electronic products & jewellery, wall & floor mounted. It's protected by a digital system, which secures your valuables and gives you added peace of mind.

Height (mm) 200mm
Width (mm) 310mm
Material Steel

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Not sure what Spudgate is, but I found this one - 1m08s for the demonstration.




edit: I just googled "Potato unlock safe".. jesus!
Edited by: "CDR" 7th Sep 2017
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SUMMONER4 m ago

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That's the spare key
Have these had a redesign since spud gate?
SUMMONER28 m ago

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Haha haha never laughed so much in ages,hahaha, so funny.NOT
RoosterNo116 m ago

Have these had a redesign since spud gate?



Yea,had new chip fitted
Not sure what Spudgate is, but I found this one - 1m08s for the demonstration.




edit: I just googled "Potato unlock safe".. jesus!
Edited by: "CDR" 7th Sep 2017
Ouch - yeah - this is a pretty crap design - no wonder it's cheap!
Boringgit20 m ago

Ouch - yeah - this is a pretty crap design - no wonder it's cheap!



Cheap as chips.
Thanks CDR, THAT is insane, what a waste of steel...and your money
Yeah, but it's so light and small that it's pointless if you don't screw it to the wall, and if you do, that trick won't work.
At first glance I thought this was a microwave, so the potato seemed very appropriate
pibpob44 m ago

Yeah, but it's so light and small that it's pointless if you don't screw …Yeah, but it's so light and small that it's pointless if you don't screw it to the wall, and if you do, that trick won't work.



that's what the potato is for then.
I'm not quite sure how they are allowed to use the word Safe in the description. It's not a safe it's a metal and plastic box... If you are after a safe spend the 100 quid and get something that's insurance rated.
these seem to be going out of stock fast. I wonder if these are fireproof like the cheap Yale equivalents? Wondering wether I can put my onsite backup drive in it when not in use
CDR10 h, 57 m ago

Not sure what Spudgate is, but I found this one -


I have a similar safe which I couldn't remember the code for (I believe it once came with keys too, but they've gotten lost at some point)... and needed my passport which was in it. Just placed it on the bed, bounced it with one hand while twisting the lock with the other - second try I got the timing correct. Took less than 10 seconds to open the safe.

Glad I got my passport, not so happy to know I had a piece of junk, instead of what I thought was a small safe.
steves should of tried a spud on his.
Floofy3 h, 29 m ago

I have a similar safe which I couldn't remember the code for (I believe it …I have a similar safe which I couldn't remember the code for (I believe it once came with keys too, but they've gotten lost at some point)... and needed my passport which was in it. Just placed it on the bed, bounced it with one hand while twisting the lock with the other - second try I got the timing correct. Took less than 10 seconds to open the safe. Glad I got my passport, not so happy to know I had a piece of junk, instead of what I thought was a small safe.




If you ever buy a proper safe, one that is not vulnerable to potatoes, you need to bolt it down solidly as a thief would be likely to steal the whole safe if they can carry it, or throw it out an upstairs window to try to bust it open.

If I owned one of these I'd fill it with scrap lead or iron to make it heavy and fix the mechanism so that it jams closed permanently and hope if a thief should visit he'll waste his time busting into or humping off my rubbish safe instead of something valuable like my TV.
androidavis8th Sep

these seem to be going out of stock fast. I wonder if these are fireproof …these seem to be going out of stock fast. I wonder if these are fireproof like the cheap Yale equivalents? Wondering wether I can put my onsite backup drive in it when not in use



Just steel, i.e. not fire proof (nothing is fire proof anyway, just delays the contents getting 'toasted').
Floofy8th Sep

I have a similar safe which I couldn't remember the code for (I believe it …I have a similar safe which I couldn't remember the code for (I believe it once came with keys too, but they've gotten lost at some point)... and needed my passport which was in it. Just placed it on the bed, bounced it with one hand while twisting the lock with the other - second try I got the timing correct. Took less than 10 seconds to open the safe. Glad I got my passport, not so happy to know I had a piece of junk, instead of what I thought was a small safe.


A safe that is not bolted to a wall is quite useless as it easily can be stolen.
Edited by: "Mirola" 10th Sep 2017
Mirola10th Sep

A safe that is not bolted to a wall is quite useless as it easily can be …A safe that is not bolted to a wall is quite useless as it easily can be stolen.



It used to be bolted (to the wall, inside a wardrobe), but we moved it from our house to our flat (as spending more time there) a couple of years ago... and we clearly remembered the code then to be able to move it. Hahaha. Since then it has however just been sitting on the floor in a closet, and by the time I needed my passport we'd forgotten the code.
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