Yale Electronic Safe - YSM/250/EG1 Certified Home Safe with Keypad - £80 @ Amazon
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Yale Electronic Safe - YSM/250/EG1 Certified Home Safe with Keypad - £80 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Sep 2017Edited by:"Kev`"
I've never saw this much below £150, now dropped dramatically today.

  • Compact certified home security safe by Yale Safes.
  • Cash rating £2,000 or valuables rating £20,000.
  • Awarded a Silver in the Sold Secure Accreditation scheme.
  • Electronic combination lock with blue LCD powered by 4 x AA batteries (included).
  • 6 lever double bitted back up key lock in case of lock out (supplied with 2 keys).

The Yale Certified Safe Home by Yale Safes is a small home safe with an electronic combination lock, back up key and £2000 cash insurance rating.

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paulj481 h, 3 m ago

totally different items for different purposes, a fire safe protects from …totally different items for different purposes, a fire safe protects from fire but can be sawn in half to gain entry so is not suitable as a security safe.



So best to buy a bigger fire safe and put this safe in
I have one, bolted to the wall and floor under the stairs. I keep some cheap but impressive jewellery in it, together with a bundle of 100 Malagasy Ariary notes. Relatively easy to find - it should keep any intruders amused for a while rather than looking to see if there is another safe somewhere. But it looks credible and doesn't (I believe) succumb to the "tap with a potato" test that many of the cheapest "electronic" safes do. (Bounce the solenoid release armature against its spring by thumping the outside case hard enough).

I tend to do the same thing with hotel safes. Give them something to find, so they will stop looking...
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I have one I these but the larger version, decent safe for the money and can't be opened by a potatoe
Keep looking at these but feel I need a fire safe.
ro53ben37 m ago

Keep looking at these but feel I need a fire safe.



totally different items for different purposes, a fire safe protects from fire but can be sawn in half to gain entry so is not suitable as a security safe.
This deal is like the surface of the sun baby !
paulj481 h, 3 m ago

totally different items for different purposes, a fire safe protects from …totally different items for different purposes, a fire safe protects from fire but can be sawn in half to gain entry so is not suitable as a security safe.



So best to buy a bigger fire safe and put this safe in
HTFCLUKE2 m ago

So best to buy a bigger fire safe and put this safe in



normally you'd do it the other way round, security safe attached to the floor/wall etc. and then a smaller fire safe for items that cant easily be replaced. documents, hard drive data etc.
great deal, i have the version down from this in 2 different sizes and it is great apart from some slight manufacturing shortcuts
So if a burglar/thief manages to break into this safe and stole cash/valuable items, then can claim up to 2000 cash with Yale directly?
kyeung16 m ago

So if a burglar/thief manages to break into this safe and stole …So if a burglar/thief manages to break into this safe and stole cash/valuable items, then can claim up to 2000 cash with Yale directly?

No you would need your own insurance and they would cover you upto £2k cash because thats the safes rating
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What do you put in these? I would have thought things were a bit obvious in a safe (which can no doubt be opened in minutes), better to hide stuff instead.
OB124 m ago

What do you put in these? I would have thought things were a bit obvious …What do you put in these? I would have thought things were a bit obvious in a safe (which can no doubt be opened in minutes), better to hide stuff instead.


Yeah cus thieves don't rip your house appart looking for things? Oh wait...
Thanks OP! Ordered.
wacko9111 h, 6 m ago

Yeah cus thieves don't rip your house appart looking for things? Oh wait...


They do but with my house alarm ringing in there ears I hope they wouldn't guess where my small fireproof chest is
Thanks been looking for a safe should be with me in 1 to 2 months it says. Looks decent for the price.
I have one, bolted to the wall and floor under the stairs. I keep some cheap but impressive jewellery in it, together with a bundle of 100 Malagasy Ariary notes. Relatively easy to find - it should keep any intruders amused for a while rather than looking to see if there is another safe somewhere. But it looks credible and doesn't (I believe) succumb to the "tap with a potato" test that many of the cheapest "electronic" safes do. (Bounce the solenoid release armature against its spring by thumping the outside case hard enough).

I tend to do the same thing with hotel safes. Give them something to find, so they will stop looking...
kyeung7 h, 40 m ago

So if a burglar/thief manages to break into this safe and stole …So if a burglar/thief manages to break into this safe and stole cash/valuable items, then can claim up to 2000 cash with Yale directly?


no, it is likely to add £2000 to your home insurances cash cover if they agree that the safe was properly installed. (it will be in the t&cs of your home insurance)
Grrrrrrrrrrr15th Sep

I have one, bolted to the wall and floor under the stairs. I keep some …I have one, bolted to the wall and floor under the stairs. I keep some cheap but impressive jewellery in it, together with a bundle of 100 Malagasy Ariary notes. Relatively easy to find - it should keep any intruders amused for a while rather than looking to see if there is another safe somewhere. But it looks credible and doesn't (I believe) succumb to the "tap with a potato" test that many of the cheapest "electronic" safes do. (Bounce the solenoid release armature against its spring by thumping the outside case hard enough). I tend to do the same thing with hotel safes. Give them something to find, so they will stop looking...

That's quite an investment, but a very clever idea!
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