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Maplin's Electronic Safe was £29.99 now £7.98 + £2.99 delivery also instore
Maplin's Electronic Safe was £29.99 now £7.98 + £2.99 delivery also instore

Maplin's Electronic Safe was £29.99 now £7.98 + £2.99 delivery also instore

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Electronic safe which doubles as a money box
Can only be operated with the security card
Ideal for jewellery, keys and other valuable possessions
Create your own pin combination and change it whenever you want
3 internal storage trays
Sounds when door is opened and buttons are operated
Coin and note counting feature
Money withdrawal and check balance buttons
Facility to set a savings target
Time and date display
Dimensions: 20(w) x 14(d) x 24(h)cm
Requires 3 x AA batteries

Quidco 3%

25 Comments

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Added a picture and delivery cost to title

I have absolutely no use for this, yet I feel the need to buy it....

http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/300/n07fb.jpg

Q) Is this a real safe or just a kids one? Thanks Billy - BarkingLad
A) This is a toy/novelty item.

Q) i have forgotten password is there a way of opening box - anthony jewkes
A) The unit can be opened by the security card.

Q) is the safe made from plastic - neil wiley
A) yes it is

so its pretty much a child's safey box - made of plastic!

Original Poster

Its a bit of fun thanks for the additions !!

Thanks for the post on this;

PLUS

I added in one of their postage discount products (£5.99 bringing with it free postage discount), then changed my mind to which additional product I was going to purchase and deleted it.

The crux of the story, is that I retained the free postage discount, so have only paid the £7.98 original price for the item, INCLUDING the postage.

Not bad price for this, and will make a welcome change to the jar that currently houses all of my loose coins!

Safe meight

[quote=I added in one of their postage discount products (£5.99 bringing with it free postage discount), then changed my mind to which additional product I was going to purchase and deleted it.

The crux of the story, is that I retained the free postage discount, so have only paid the £7.98 original price for the item, INCLUDING the postage.

Not bad price for this, and will make a welcome change to the jar that currently houses all of my loose coins![/quote]

Where do you find the free postage discount products, are they all on one page?

great gadget for kids, might even encourage them to save :thumbsup:

If you want an actual proper safe try this...

screwfix.com/pro…afe
£17.99

I have two and they are excellent. Weigh an absolute ton though.

The wipe cost nearly as much as the safe at 4.49 : maplin.co.uk/Mod…7m1
Who would buy specific wipes for a plastic safe....seems a little over the top!

pakichan;1466704

I have absolutely no use for this, yet I feel the need to buy it....



ive been down that road many times, spare room is full of ****. gonna have a good car boot one day and nearly make my money back.

Is there a free postage code ??

oreet;1467673

ive been down that road many times, spare room is full of ****. gonna … ive been down that road many times, spare room is full of ****. gonna have a good car boot one day and nearly make my money back.


lol same here...mine goes on ebay tho as im too busy to do car boots

I have absolutely no use for this, yet I feel the need to buy it....



royals;1467923

lol same here...mine goes on ebay tho as im too busy to do car boots



Bargainosis is my input. Any others??

ive been down that road many times, spare room is full of sh1t. gonna … ive been down that road many times, spare room is full of sh1t. gonna have a good car boot one day and nearly make my money back.



Thank goodness for that. Thought I was the only one.

Must be a disease.

Need to come up with a suitable name for this so that the diagnosis can be recognised by others.

How about BARGAINOSIS for starters. (Bit obvious, I know)

Whatabout saying that you suffer from HDUKOIDS)

anyone found a postage free product yet ?!!!

:xplastic!?!, i wouldnt buy a hammer from screwfix to be told its a 'novelty' made from plastic!

Was going to buy one of the screwfix ones but I'm **** at remembering codes! Does it come with an emergency stick of dynamite incase you forget the lock pin?

b1ffa;1467627

If you want an actual proper safe try … If you want an actual proper safe try this...http://www.screwfix.com/prods/47956/Security/Safes/Burglary-Safes/Compact-Electronic-Safe£17.99I have two and they are excellent. Weigh an absolute ton though.



is 6kg really that heavy mate?:p

sunil1234;1468289

is 6kg really that heavy mate?:p



OK maybe not 'a ton' but way heavier than a plastic safe.

As for forgetting the code... the raised panel you can see to the left of the keypad hides a normal key-lock. You get 2 keys and a set of anchor bolts for bolting it to the floor or wall.

I just remembered that I've seen these same safes (the screwfix ones) in store at Makro for a very similar price (probably less than the screfix one with del.) so thats another option if you have a card.

sconto;1467656

The wipe cost nearly as much as the safe at 4.49 : … The wipe cost nearly as much as the safe at 4.49 : http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=45635&C=Maplin&U=SearchTop&T=safe&doy=17m1Who would buy specific wipes for a plastic safe....seems a little over the top!



*groan*
My kind of humour

sconto;1467656

The wipe cost nearly as much as the safe at 4.49 : … The wipe cost nearly as much as the safe at 4.49 : http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=45635&C=Maplin&U=SearchTop&T=safe&doy=17m1Who would buy specific wipes for a plastic safe....seems a little over the top!



*groan* now that's my kind of humour

not bad 4 kids

chriscwharris;1468287

Was going to buy one of the screwfix ones but I'm **** at remembering … Was going to buy one of the screwfix ones but I'm **** at remembering codes! Does it come with an emergency stick of dynamite incase you forget the lock pin?



You could just unlock it with the keys provided :whistling::p
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