|Package Dimensions||73 x 50.8 x 28.5 inches|
|Item model number||CO54|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
Cannon Safe CO54 Commander Series Premium 90 Minute Fire Safe, Gloss Champagne
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- 48 gun capacity
- ETL Verified 1200 degrees F for 90 minutes fire protection
- Multidirectional LED lights activate when door is opened
- Internal power supply provides two convenient 110V outlets, USB port, and RJ45 Ethernet connection
- 72 inches high x 50 inches wide x 28 inches deep (depth includes handle lock)
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From the Manufacturer
Built by Cannon Safe, the Commander Series model CO54 sets the world standard for how safes should look and protect. This luxury-packed safe provides the best combination of features, high security, and best-in-class fire protection. The silk-screened deluxe graphics package, hand-finished pin striping, and rounded edges create a handsome look that complements every interior. Features 1.5-inch active locking bolts with triple hard plate protecting the lock area.
Top customer reviews
On the web site they mention a master reset code so I asked about that thinking great that might get me in. But unbelievably they said we don't keep MRCs beyond the first year. Think about that .. your safe company sells you on the idea that your safe lock is secure because they have a master code to help in situations just like this BUT no one mentions they toss the codes of their customers after a year. I talked with 2 techs and one said the codes are kept in paper folders and they would have to check (sounded like too much trouble for him) , the other was clicking away on a computer but couldn't find one . Paper or computer which is it? Well evidently neither. The Cannon solution .. just keep trying and when you're ready to give up spend more money on a locksmith to open your shiny new Cannon Safe. As you search the web you'll find Cannon Safes are known to have these lock failures and you would think that Cannon would address this issue and make this right for those customers who bought the faulty lock mechanisms. They haven't and we the ex-customers can only warn others from making the same mistake.