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Security Safes .......... from £10.90 @ screwfix
Security Safes .......... from £10.90 @ screwfix

Security Safes .......... from £10.90 @ screwfix

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Security Safe 16.3Ltr .... £10.90

Electronic keypad and key override.
16.3Ltr Capacity
2 x 16mm Dia.
Locking Bolts

Safe, fixing bolts., manual, keys.


check ya trade counter.
delivery, free over £50, otherwise £5

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Original Poster

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/40/p4420340_x.jpg


39Ltr £23.41

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http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/78/p4420078_x.jpg

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need one of these i can put in the ground to keep my dosh, waste of time trusting the bnankers with my hard earned

Hot for me;-)

Hot - just ordered one!

Thanks OP! H+R added.

Hot deal!

[SIZE="4"]One of these would soon get it off the wall[/SIZE]

http://www.bolderclaims.co.uk/Images/Pneumatic_drill.jpg

Banned

With the item in original post (the smaller capicaty one) is there anyway to mount this if so please tell me a compatiable product and how to do it.

Heat added BTW :-D

I think it would be slightly easier to 'pick' the manual lock back up than using that.

if this is anything like mine there are 4 holes in the bottom for fixing to the floor or a joist

The price is good, but I wouldn't trust the box to stop burglar as the door can easily be crowbar open. I know cos I had one a few years back.

If you must have some cash and valuable jewellery at home, invest on an insurance approved safe, it will increase the amount of cash and valuable insured without adding to premium.

isnt that like having a big sign that says

"Good stuff here!"

browntoa;4830863

if this is anything like mine there are 4 holes in the bottom for fixing … if this is anything like mine there are 4 holes in the bottom for fixing to the floor or a joist



Mine had 4 holes in the bottom and 4 in the back .... i used em all, broke a screwdriver installing it .... it ain't coming off the wall anytime soon :-D

khc;4831127

The price is good, but I wouldn't trust the box to stop burglar as the … The price is good, but I wouldn't trust the box to stop burglar as the door can easily be crowbar open. I know cos I had one a few years back.



That's true but for me it's a case of slowing them down and them making noise.

metronome;4831332

isnt that like having a big sign that says"Good stuff here!"



That's true in which case fit one of these then hide all your valuable stuff elsewhere. It will act as a distraction then ;-)

worth getting this as a deterrent, secure it at home next to pc and keep it empty ;-)

on a serious not: 6% quidco

d1fferent;4830511

With the item in original post (the smaller capicaty one) is there anyway … With the item in original post (the smaller capicaty one) is there anyway to mount this if so please tell me a compatiable product and how to do it. Heat added BTW



I am wondering the same thing. Looks good though, hot!

Original Poster

welshblob;4831338

That's true in which case fit one of these then hide all your valuable … That's true in which case fit one of these then hide all your valuable stuff elsewhere. It will act as a distraction then ;-)



Darthballs;4831462

worth getting this as a deterrent, secure it at home next to pc and keep … worth getting this as a deterrent, secure it at home next to pc and keep it empty ;-)




fill it with concrete , keep the chavs busy for hours




twilight41;4831541

I am wondering the same thing. Looks good though, hot!




4 holes in the bottom for anchor bolts




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Tom Pickering;4830479

[SIZE="4"]One of these would soon get it off the wall[/SIZE]



You dont say???

And thats what your average burgular carries around with him? Why not show a picture of a JCB and tell us that it will demolish a front door allowing easier burgular access.

sonypc100;4832036

You dont say???And thats what your average burgular carries around with … You dont say???And thats what your average burgular carries around with him? Why not show a picture of a JCB and tell us that it will demolish a front door allowing easier burgular access.



Good point. You see the 'tool' but not the compressor that powers it...

http://www.ferret.com.au/odin/images/162072/New-Air-Compressors-from-Wasp-Diesel-162072.jpg

welshblob;4831338

That's true in which case fit one of these then hide all your valuable … That's true in which case fit one of these then hide all your valuable stuff elsewhere. It will act as a distraction then ;-)



Great idea, I might buy 25, put them in a room and only one has the valuables in it. Put CCTV in the room and its just like watching deal or no deal

Apart from the part they don't let you see on telly, where the contestant gets the right one and is seen pulling a fast one out of the channel 4 building!

Foxy102;4832153

Good point. You see the 'tool' but not the compressor that powers it...



HAHA
"Sir, is there any evidence that we could use to find the suspect?"
"well..... none in the house, but theres a compressor outside which wasnt there before.....

and its taking up my darn parking space!!!"

Voted hot.

i would trade the safe with all contents for that compressor.
hot.

one mor thing: what is that safe made of? if its rubber that jackhammer wont do any good.

Lost Symphonies - LMAO!!! have some rep for entertainment value

samwants2save;4832435

Lost Symphonies - LMAO!!! have some rep for entertainment value



Cheers :thumbsup: thats what I'm here for

sonypc100;4832036

You dont say???And thats what your average burgular carries around with … You dont say???And thats what your average burgular carries around with him? Why not show a picture of a JCB and tell us that it will demolish a front door allowing easier burgular access.



You mean like this ?
http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00086/newjcb_86382d.jpg

cheers will be getting one!! looks good!

You can open these by simply hitting them hard on top. It's magnet locked, and the magnets are susceptible to shocks.

It's hilarious, as you can actually open them quicker than entering the PIN

user name;4833409

It's hilarious, as you can actually open them quicker than entering the … It's hilarious, as you can actually open them quicker than entering the PIN



I dont think anyone is really going to think of a £10 safe as anything more than a deterrant. I'm going to use them ( actually bought one of each ) as a place to store important documents, likle passports, birth certificates and morrison's vouchers.

I am actually going to put the safe I bought into one of these "marks & spencers belgian biscuit" tins - it's almost impossible to get into those.

On second thoughts, I might put the small safe in the big one as a double whammy.

he he :whistling:

H&R

The £10.90 price is exc vat!

Original Poster

Greg136;4833980

The £10.90 price is exc vat!





no it's incl vat

user name;4833409

You can open these by simply hitting them hard on top. It's magnet … You can open these by simply hitting them hard on top. It's magnet locked, and the magnets are susceptible to shocks.It's hilarious, as you can actually open them quicker than entering the PIN



Yes, but generally it's better than hiding your dosh in a shoebox or under your mattress. In order to open it you would have to make some noise, if brute force is used, and most tealeafs wouldn't like to draw attention to their activities. It's a degree of security that would stop an opportunistic thief so definitely well worth the cash.
Excellent deal!

owlass;4834010

no it's incl vat



he's right.

Also, heres a way to [COLOR="Blue"]try and get free delivery[/COLOR]..

I put in some other stuff from the 'clearance' section including :-
[COLOR="Blue"]Phillips Screwdriver No.4 200mm[/COLOR] ( It was78 pence..)

I just received an e-mail saying that it was out of stock and as a gesture of goodwill, they'd waive the delivery cost. Also said, if it was from clearance secion they'd not likley be getting it in again.

worth a try I'd say. worst case you spend an extra 78p on a screwdriver.....

2 wacks with a sledgehammer opens these.

I get loads returned to my work. When the battery dies, you cant open them without the key, so when I get them back and something rattles inside it, I gotta crack it open, lol. Its usually the key though.

Can you order this and pick it up from your local screwfix trade counter so you dont have to pay postage??

Little more than a glorified cash box, I'm afraid.

Any burglar worth their salt can get into one of these in less than five minutes using rudimentary tools.

Original Poster

stubru61;4835811

Can you order this and pick it up from your local screwfix trade counter … Can you order this and pick it up from your local screwfix trade counter so you dont have to pay postage??




no but try ya trade counter for stock , they might order you one




AndyToys;4835933

Little more than a glorified cash box, I'm afraid.Any burglar worth their … Little more than a glorified cash box, I'm afraid.Any burglar worth their salt can get into one of these in less than five minutes using rudimentary tools.





no , really !!! .............. here's me putting the crown jewels in it

the battery hasnt died in mine but still cant open it and i cant find key! any ideas apart from the sledge hammer?

Great Item I bought the smaller one last year but have now found its become too small to hold all of my millions lol (yer right). I paid about £25.00 for the small one last year and its just cost me that for the 39L great bargain. Thanks. :-D

Sledge hammers? Bloody screwdriver and 9v battery are easier to carry, pry the control panel off and you will see two wires leading to a solenoid that locks it, apply the 9v to these the right way and the solenoid retracts, job done!

Banned

A steal at this price

harlzter;4836596

Sledge hammers? Bloody screwdriver and 9v battery are easier to carry,



why would your screwdriver be covered in blood..:|

16.3Ltr - out of stock

I bought one - looks a good deal cost me around £15 inc delivery - seems to be an issue with opening using the code, it doesnt seem to work?!? Anyone else have this same problem, I've read through the instructions and have followed them exactly - any ideas?
PS It opens fine when using the keys
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