Stack-On® Strong Box Safe with Electronic Lock
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2bigforyou Safety 1st Grandkids! guns needed to be lock up and out of sight of the curious. Safe holds .45 auto and a .357 revolver and a .22 revolver and a few boxes of ammo. Nice piece of equipment for the price. Has a digital code for quick easy acess as well as a hidden key overide incase the batteries ever go dead. I would recomend this safe for this type of application. January 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by BunnykillerJoe Not secure at all you can slim jim this thing open in 10 seconds flat with no experience needed,, with a skinny piece of metal you can reach in and hit the reset button and reprogram code to whatever you want thereby opening the "safe" without needing the code that locked it! November 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by DrillSgt Good Value I bought this because I needed storage for my pistol since my son has started crawling. Great if you need to store a couple pistols and some ammo. It holds a S&W 357 and a Springfeild XDM 40 no problem with room to spare for ammo. Nice feature is the key lock is concealed, you can turn the beeping on or off, and it's small enough to bolt to just about anything. Just wish it was fire-rated. May 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Slowape Great little safe This is a great little safe for handguns, knives, documents, etc. The dimensions of this safe make it perfect for closet shelves or under a bed. Set up was easy and with a back-up key to get in, you never have to worry about the batteries going dead. February 26, 2011
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A:You might remove the battery, which will make you reprogram your code, see steps 1-3.
ENTERING YOUR SECURITY CODE
To enter your own security code you will need to follow the steps listed below:
1. After installing the batteries, locate the small red button on the inside of the door near the hinge.
2. Press the red button and then release it, you will hear a beep. DO NOT SHUT THE DOOR UNTIL YOU HAVE
CONFIRMED THAT YOUR NEW SECURITY CODE HAS BEEN ENTERED CORRECTLY.
3. With the door open, enter your own personal security code, which can be 3-8 digits long, and confirm your
new code by pressing the " # " key on the electronic touch pad. Before you close the door, try the new security
code to make sure the lock releases the knob so you can turn it and retract the live action locking bolts.
If the code fails, go through steps 1-3 again. If the code works successfully, then you should lock the safe.
When you open the safe in the future enter the security code you have set followed by the " " key and turn
If the incorrect security code is entered 3 times you will have an automatic lockout for 20 seconds before you can
try your code again.
If the incorrect security code is entered 3 additional times there will be a 5-minute lockout before the code can be
A:No that's why i choose a simple code that I could easy type in, I also stored it where there will be access to light.
A:No the key pad is not illuminated.
A:Yes you can bolt it to the floor and I suppose you can run a cable through it. The bottom of the safe is pre-drilled with four holes and there are four lag bolts included with the safe.
A:Yes, a keyhole is located behind a panel between the dial and the keypad.
A:yes the indicator light will come on
A:Ues. You will have a key to use for backup if batteries die.
Details:I am looking for an affordable safe that is fire resistant/proof.
A:Regretfully, this safe is not fireproof or fire resistant.
A:No its not, I keep mine in a dry place in the house
A:The box is a simple metal box with a electronic keypad-activated 2-bolt lock. It has no fire insulation whatsoever. It has 4 1/4' mounting holes on the bottom, 1 in each corner and the same on the back panel. It is designed for secure storage of a couple of guns and a few boxes of ammo.
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