|Item Weight||5.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 14.8 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||2217020G2|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2217020G2|
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MMF Industries Steelmaster Elite Security Case with Keyed Lock, 4.125 x 11.75 x 14.75 Inches, Charcoal Gray (2217020G2)
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- Elite contemporary design for storing currency and valuables
- Durable steel construction
- Removable standard cash tray and coin compartment, Bill weights anchor currency
- Ergonomic handle for upright transport
- Key lock with 2 keys
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When the case arrived, I found that it had not been able to withstand the tender care of UPS. Though it was packed carefully, the solid plastic (that's right, plastic all the way through) sides had cracked and chipped in shipping. I shudder to think what condition this "security case" would be in if someone had actually been attempting to get at it's contents.
As it turns out, it's quite easy to accidentally get at said contents. Besides the fact that the sides are made of plastic better suited for breakaway movie props, the thing constantly falls open. You grab the handle to pick up the case (while it is locked), and the lid just pops right up spraying your cash everywhere. This has happened twice, both fortunately inside my office as opposed to outside where I could lose all the money. Did I mention that those two times were the only times I have bothered attempting to pick it up by the handle? For the folks at home, that's a 100% failure rate.
That is all assuming you can get the case closed, of course. As it is, I have to halfway lock the thing before the lid will close. So I have a security case that a five year old could accidentally break, that's hard to close and easy to accidentally open. The only thing that could be added to make it scream "Steal from me" louder is a plaque, but that would probably have cost more to manufacture than the case.
And due to the completely unjustified and worthless weight of this item, it's going to cost me a small third world country to return it (which I have to pay for myself while praying to the Grand Nagus I get refunded for it) and get my money back.Read more ›