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Yale Electronic Digital Safe £26.99 delivered @ Aldi
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Yale Electronic Digital Safe £26.99 delivered @ Aldi

£26.99 Free P&P FreeAldi Deals
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Posted 17th Apr

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Product Information

Battery Type:

AA (included)

Brand:

Yale

Dimensions:

20 x 31 x 20cm (approx.)

Material:

Steel

Product Type:

Locks & Safes

Voltage:

1.5V

Volume:

8 litres (approx.)

Weight:

5.4kg (approx.)

We all have things that we wouldn't be able to live without. Keep these items secure from getting lost or stolen with this battery powered safe that can easily be mounted to the floor or wall. Featuring an override key just in case you accidentally get locked out, you won't need to worry about not being able to access your own goods. Made with a secure steel constructed body, this safe boasts 15mm steel locking bolts and internal hinges to provide additional security.

Features

Small value safe designed to secure important belongings such as passports, birth certificates, cards, cash and keysSteel constructed bodySteel locking 15mm bolts and internal hinges provide additional securityOperated via a digital keypadLED lights to indicate lock statusOverride key included for emergency accessWall or floor mountedAll fitting bolts are included

Guarantee/Warranty

2 years
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Great to divert the thief's attention for 2 Minutes, while your valuables are actually already at the pawnbrokers to buy more stuff you don't need because it was a hot deal...
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Here come the professional lock pickers with their potatoes
Great to divert the thief's attention for 2 Minutes, while your valuables are actually already at the pawnbrokers to buy more stuff you don't need because it was a hot deal...
You don’t even need a potato, just hit the top left of the safe with your hand whilst you turn the handle and it will open but for £27 (and from Aldi) what do you expect. If you have thousands of pounds worth of stuff then you ain’t going to be storing them in a £27 safe.
Why is this in Smart Home group?
lollypoplee17/04/2020 18:38

Here come the professional lock pickers with their potatoes


If they can find any potatoes.
Great safe!
mds125617/04/2020 18:46

You don’t even need a potato, just hit the top left of the safe with your h …You don’t even need a potato, just hit the top left of the safe with your hand whilst you turn the handle and it will open but for £27 (and from Aldi) what do you expect. If you have thousands of pounds worth of stuff then you ain’t going to be storing them in a £27 safe.


I disagree. My watch is insured in a very similar safe. It ain’t my money if they nick it
Can the air get in these, budgies wouldn't be happy without air.
Use it to look away my fleshlight, Works well 🤪
DemonIT17/04/2020 19:14

I disagree. My watch is insured in a very similar safe. It ain’t my m …I disagree. My watch is insured in a very similar safe. It ain’t my money if they nick it


Good luck, insurers will find anyway out they can, usually you will find in their terms that items over a certain value needs to be stored in something that meets a certain standard. The only standard this safe meets is that it is good enough for Aldi special buys isle.
Good for cracking open potatoes
mds125617/04/2020 20:08

Good luck, insurers will find anyway out they can, usually you will find …Good luck, insurers will find anyway out they can, usually you will find in their terms that items over a certain value needs to be stored in something that meets a certain standard. The only standard this safe meets is that it is good enough for Aldi special buys isle.


I don’t put risks like that down to good luck, lol. Their underwriting team recorded the model of the safe, and details on where and how it’s affixed to the wall. So the specified item, it’s value and replacement sum plus details of the safe are specifically itemised on my policy docs. If it’s on my wrist or in that safe it’s covered at full replacement value.

Just saying it’s possible to buy a value safe (mine was £70 and it basically a bigger version of the one in the deal) and get good insurance coverage. No need to spend a fortune.
Edited by: "DemonIT" 17th Apr
But how many rolls will it fit?
Not suitable for analogue valuables.
Money's safer in here than in my pension at the moment
Safe fam
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