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Master Lock Large Fire and Water Safe £73.50 Homebase
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Master Lock Large Fire and Water Safe £73.50 Homebase

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Posted 12th Jul

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Master Lock Large Fire and Water Safe.



Master Lock large safe - fire and water protected - digital combination

  • Steel construction with fire and water protection
  • 3 large, live locking bolts of 2,5cm diameter and pry resistant hinge bar for a higher level of resistance
  • UL/ETL verified 60 minutes fire protection for documents, official papers, as well as digital items (CD, USB sticks) up to 927C
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I am in the market for a safe, not many reviews of this particular one, any good compared to Yale?

What is the weight of this thing? Anybody know can't find it on the homebase website
Rudz12/07/2019 08:23

I am in the market for a safe, not many reviews of this particular one, …I am in the market for a safe, not many reviews of this particular one, any good compared to Yale?What is the weight of this thing? Anybody know can't find it on the homebase website


Not great at all. There was a video on youtube about how easy these safes are to open without the code or key. Stick with yale. Cant find vid now think its been removed.
Rudz12/07/2019 08:23

I am in the market for a safe, not many reviews of this particular one, …I am in the market for a safe, not many reviews of this particular one, any good compared to Yale?What is the weight of this thing? Anybody know can't find it on the homebase website


It's a fire safe, it is designed to protect documents from fire, and is rated for 60 minutes, and this one also claims to be suitable for digital media, so it will probably be ok for that. Don't expect it to protect valuables from theft, it will be very thin steel.

Most budget electronic safes use a solenoid lock catch that can be jarred open by banging on the safe, or even opened with a powerful magnet, and have back up key operated locks that provide very little security.

There are videos on youtube of firesafes being cut in half with a cheap circular saw fitted with a standard TCT wood blade.

If you want a safe to protect against theft look for one with a suitable insurance rating for cash and jewellery. Maybe look at old second hand ones.
Edited by: "melted" 12th Jul
Got this this morning. Want fireproof storage for deeds etc. Quite heavy but I could just about lift it into position.
I can't see the words master lock without hearing

"This is the lockpicking lawyer and what I have for you today is this masterlock safe"

in my head.
melted12/07/2019 11:16

It's a fire safe, it is designed to protect documents from fire, and is …It's a fire safe, it is designed to protect documents from fire, and is rated for 60 minutes, and this one also claims to be suitable for digital media, so it will probably be ok for that. Don't expect it to protect valuables from theft, it will be very thin steel. Most budget electronic safes use a solenoid lock catch that can be jarred open by banging on the safe, or even opened with a powerful magnet, and have back up key operated locks that provide very little security.There are videos on youtube of firesafes being cut in half with a cheap circular saw fitted with a standard TCT wood blade.If you want a safe to protect against theft look for one with a suitable insurance rating for cash and jewellery. Maybe look at old second hand ones.


Scary. Is there anything out there that you'd recommend?
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