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good working safe,
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I got this one for an office. The door when closed wiggles a little, not a super tight seal. It is light so it possible could be carried off if not locked down to the floor. I like the key and dial. All the reviews of the digital safe kept saying how the keypads would stop working because the battery for the keypad would die and there would be no way of know when the battery would stop working. This does not have that problem and we have no problems getting in/out. Have been using for a couple months now
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Initial post: Sep 8, 2011 3:22:54 PM PDT
W. Rose says:
Take it from someone who has used both style of safes regularly at his work. I would take an old style mechanical key/combo lock than any cheap POC (Piece of Crap) keypad safe. We have 3 of the old all metal sentry safes that we have had for over 13 years and they all work as good as the day we bought them. On the other hand we have gone through 2 of the new keypad safes in the last 6 years (had to break the door with a sledgehammer and pop the bolt) and the current one is acting up at random. Avoid the keypad/plastic safes at all costs. Smart buy on your part.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 24, 2011 10:22:23 AM PST
Thank you to everyone taking the time to express their opinions of this safe and safes in general. I am ordering this one. Nothing is ever perfect, but this safe seems to meet my needs. I will post my own review once I have it mounted and look it over.
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