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Kidde AccessPoint 001170 KeySafe Original 2-Key Slimline, Pushbutton, Titanium Gray

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Titanium Gray
  • Easy-to-use pushbutton combination
  • Over 1,000 possible combinations available
  • Holds up to two keys
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Description

Color Name: Titanium Gray

Product Description

KeySafe Original Slimline for 2 Keys with Easy Pushbutton Opening Durable and stylish designed key box. Its easy pushbutton opening is great for kids. Stores up to 2 conventional keys. Attaches securely to any wall or flat surface. Double-walled, weather-resistant zinc alloy construction Holds up to two conventional keys Includes all mounting hardware Patented pushbutton technology with over 1,000 possible combinations Also Available in White (001413)

From the Manufacturer

KeySafe Original 2-Key Slimline lockbox holds up to 2 keys and attaches securely to any wall or flat surface with included mounting hardware. Easy-to-use pushbutton combination can be changed at anytime for added security. There are over 1,000 different combinations available. The StrongBox design has a solid track record for unmatched quality and security. Great for after-school access for kids. Never be locked out again! Color - titanium gray.

Product Information

Color Name: Titanium Gray
Technical Details
Part Number 001170
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions7.4 x 3.3 x 2.7 inches
Item model number001170
ColorTitanium Gray
FinishTitanium
Item Package Quantity1
Certificationcertified frustration-free
Warranty Description1 Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000PQW6GA
Best Sellers Rank #4,939 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 24, 2006
  
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Easy to set or change the code.
Gary L. Pool
Great if you get locked out, have children, or family/friends you want to have access to your house without EVERYONE having and possibly losing keys.
MommaJ
It is made of heavy metal and is easily mounted to wood or block walls with screws.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

108 of 109 people found the following review helpful By M and K on January 31, 2007
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
Keep this out of sight, as it tells everyone "hey, there's house keys in here."

Pro:
-Beefy... very heavy duty
-Easy to install in a few minutes
-Quick and easy to set the code (quick and easy to change too)
-Code can be more (or less) than 4 digits. I think that you can choose any combination of 1-10 digits in your code. Also, while you can technically reuse numbers, they're meaningless. That is, 7787 would open with just 87 or 78 (order is not important).
-White is a nice color
-Holds our Mul-T-Lock key which is larger than most, with room for more
-Keys can be attached to the unit face (which removes when unlocked) so if you drop the key it is less likely to get lost
-We think that this is the same item sometimes featured on the "It Takes a Thief" TV show

Con:
-No other colors (would have loved tan or black)
-I needed additional hardware (anchors) for my install
-Sequence is not important to the code... that is 1234 opens code 2314. This effectively reduces the number of codes available to thieves.
-Also using any number in your code more than once is meaningless. For example if you like the code 224424, 24 would open your lock (also 42 or any combination of 2 and 4 would as sequence is unimportant).
-Code can be a little hard to see when setting... be sure to have good light and your glasses

Bottom Line: Recommended. Use with other home security items (key cabinet, charlie bar, alarm system, etc.).
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By JRH on March 17, 2007
Color Name: White
I just bought my second of these after a little problem with my first one: I forgot the combination! I spent about two hours trying various combinations and failing to remember what I used. So I took a hacksaw, chisel and hammer to it, just to see how tough it is.

I started by trying to cut it open with the saw while it was on the house, but it was hard to use the saw that close to the house and switched to the chisel after cutting part-way through the face of the KeySafe. I then took the chisel and hammer to the cut I had started. A few minutes of pounding allowed me to get it off of the house, but it was still closed. I tried a few more minutes on my workbench, using just the hammer and chisel, and couldn't get it open.

This thing is not going to be opened by a casual effort. It would be easier (by far) to break a window and enter that way. Some of the comments have complained that the order of the buttons doesn't matter. That's true, but irrelevant. There are 1024 possible combinations on this. It would take hours to try guessing them all. Don't forget your combination.

Aside from its security, I like the small size of this KeySafe. I put mine on the door jamb between the storm door and the main door. I also like how easy this is to use. The push buttons are easy to use, even in low light or adverse weather.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Andy M. on September 1, 2007
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
This keysafe is actually much slimmer (widthwise) than it looks. I fit it between the frame of my door and screen door, up high where nobody will see it. This little investment has saved my bacon on numerous occasions. It is a great way to avoid being locked out of your house, especially if you forget your keys in the mad rush to work or school. The frustration of that happening even once would cost you far more than you will pay for this. I kept seeing the slimline unit on Discovery's "It Takes a Thief," but I am just as happy with this one. So, save your money; it is exactly the same unit with a different aesthetic design (same mechanism).

As other reviewers have said, there is no set order to the numbers in your combination. I do not find this to be a huge drawback, however, because what others have not noted is that your combo can be ANY number of total digits, from 1 to 10. This could make code-cracking more frustrating than, say, a 4-digit system with a fixed entry order (which would have 5,040 possible combinations without repeated digits). Here, a potential attacker would have to guess the numbers you selected AND the length of your code. Now, I am not a statistician, but my calculations indicate that this gives 1,023 possible combinations. This is not quite as good as the former, but it is better than what you think... and perhaps more complex to think about for your average attacker. The code inside is set by rotating a "screw" for each number 90 degrees in either direction to either enable or disable that number. The backplate to the mechanism doubles as a handy code-setting screwdriver.

I only have two complaints: first, the space inside the box is small. Even though the box is over 2 inches deep, most of this is taken up by the mechanism.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By John E. A. Yopp on December 9, 2008
Color Name: White
This worked just fine until the weather gets below freezing (perhaps the worst time to get locked out). The mechanism freezes up and it no longer works, leaving you outside looking in.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Six on January 16, 2007
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
After watching the Discovery channel's TV show, "It Takes a Thief", I realized I had some security issues. This key lock helps address a door that leads outside my home. The door has window panes on it and a simple latch lock. All it would have taken was for someone to punch out a window and just turn the latch to get inside my home. I replaced the latch with a double deadbolt and mounted this keysafe near the door so I, and my family, don't have to keep up with the key.

This item was extremely hard to find at retail stores and it was out of stock for weeks on Amazon, so if you are considering getting one I do it right away. Also, at the time I bought this shipping was free and it only took 3 days to arrive

It was super easy to install, just 4 screws into any flat surface, and make up a code. You can use any amount of numbers in your code, but the same number can't be used twice. On the down side, it doesn't matter in what order a person pushes the numbers to enter a code.

Example: Your code is 2 4 6 8. I could enter 4 8 2 6 and still get access.

My keysafe is inside my home, so I don't have to worry about someone taking time to tinker with it and guess my code by hitting random numbers.

The description states this is for 2 keys, but it can hold much more. I am very happy with this product and I am going to order a second one, for my garage, now that I see how good it is.
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