Yale Home Safe - £20 @ Woolworths - 60% off !!!
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Yale Home Safe - £20 @ Woolworths - 60% off !!!

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Found 17th Dec 2006Made hot 17th Dec 2006
Yale Home Safe is now reduced to just £20 @ Woolworths !!!

Was £49.99 & now 60% off !!! Bargain price for a Yale branded safe... one of the best in the market. Go via Quidco for a further 5% (£1 off) cashback. Choose FREE local store delivery.

Description : Designed to keep those extra special possessions secure, this sturdy steel constructed Yale safe will afford you the strength and technology necessary to protect your home. Equipped with pre-drill holes and fixing bolts for mounting, this modern safe also has a simple to operate (but impossible to crack!) programmable digital keypad.

Features : Digital keypad combination facility | Steel construction | Pre-drilled holes and fixing bolts | 2 high security manual override keys supplied | Interior lined with soft material for fragile contents

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Thanks! Was just going to buy this from argos for £49.99. Seen it today in store (argos) and it looks really good, and worth the money. Glad I hesitated in picking it up now, always a good idea to check this site before buying. Thanks for the post.

Bryan

Was very tempted by this deal until I read the review here

locksonline.co.uk/fil…pdf

I suppose for £20 its a fraction of the price of their best buy safe and might provide some protection assuming the burglar hasnt got a big crowbar :whistling:

Retails at £29.99 according to the Yale website - price may have dropped following Which review:roll:

Was going to mention the Which? review... I don't think it's worth buying at any price I'm afraid. If someone's gone the trouble and has the right equipment to break into your home, they will easily overcome this - and you're drawing attention to where your valuables are.

RSteve

Was going to mention the Which? review... I don't think it's worth buying … Was going to mention the Which? review... I don't think it's worth buying at any price I'm afraid. If someone's gone the trouble and has the right equipment to break into your home, they will easily overcome this - and you're drawing attention to where your valuables are.



I'd say that most burglars are in need of some money for a quick fix, so usually don't plan ahead too much and aren't that well prepared.

Anyway for £20 it isn't bad at all, certainly better than keeping your jewelry on the bed side cabinet or in a drawer.
If you do get this then hide it so not obvious, it's definately a good buy for people going away for a while (such as holiday).

It's up to you!

although easily broken into, combining it with a secure hiding place and the burglars wont even know you have a safe, let alone break into it.

jsmith

although easily broken into, combining it with a secure hiding place and … although easily broken into, combining it with a secure hiding place and the burglars wont even know you have a safe, let alone break into it.



But how is that better than just finding a secure hiding place? Besides, I work for the police and believe me, the places people think are secure in a home very rarely are. Burglars know the favourites believe me. If you're going to have a safe, you have to pay for a decent one.

This looks a good buy at £20 even if it's just to give the kids for their pocket money or maybe to keep their PSP/DS Lite in :santa:

They're not that bad for the price :santa:

According to a daytime tv show presented by a reformed burglar most thieves don't bother trying to break into these type of safes, they are looking to get in and out of the house as quick as possible, they are ideal to keep passports credit cards etc in, they need to be bolted down well though, some safes come with some very substandard raw bolts included, these should be chucked.

Location is important, if you want it to be as secure as can be.
If the door opens on the left, the best place to put it is tight up against a left hand wall, on the floor and tight under a overhanging shelf if possible. That way it cant easily be forced by leverage.
Under the stairs or a bottom of a wardrobe usual places. Big fixings into a solid wall or floor joists, or both.

I think its a good price.
Owt's better than nowt,,,,,as they say somewhere north of me :?

Banned

Not quite sure how you can compare a £300 safe against a £20 one!

This only goes to highlight once again Woolworths policy of saying the rrp is one price when it is clearly a lot lower. They do it all the time. I bet this safe has only ever been £30 in every other shop its been in. Some obscure Woolworths store in the back country will have had it selling for £50 for 4 weeks this year just to legally allow them to say it's been reduced from £50.

It's precisely this reason that Woolworths is a dying beast. There's no room for those sorts of tactics now a days when price comparisons online is so easy.

carleast

This only goes to highlight once again Woolworths policy of saying the … This only goes to highlight once again Woolworths policy of saying the rrp is one price when it is clearly a lot lower. They do it all the time. I bet this safe has only ever been £30 in every other shop its been in. Some obscure Woolworths store in the back country will have had it selling for £50 for 4 weeks this year just to legally allow them to say it's been reduced from £50.It's precisely this reason that Woolworths is a dying beast. There's no room for those sorts of tactics now a days when price comparisons online is so easy.




It is for sale at £49.99 in Argos and 32.99 in screwfix, woolworths is the cheapest when compared online. so a barginif you compare it to them. Like others have said better than nothing.

Editor

I think its a good deal especially when compared to the other prices for it as posted by hezb

You can buy unheard of makes for about £25, but the Yale name gives it more kudos this is a good price.

How about putting your valuables in a biscuit tin and digging a hole in your back garden and burying it? It worked OK for pirates for hundreds of years.

Just remember not to mark the ground with a big X though.

Now out of stock :-(

I decided to go for this, it will keep my drivers licence and passport safer than a drawer and I won't spend ages looking for them. 20 quid is a nice price as well.

I'm pretty sure any thief that breaks into my house would be more attracted to the large tv or laptop than trying to break into a safe whith the alarm blaring away.

I think even the police would recommend having some sort of safe bolted to a wall or floor in preference to a draw.

Editor

This is now back in stock and still priced at just £20!
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