|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.7 x 3.6 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||002047|
|Style||No Alarm Sensor|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One year limited warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship|
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- Key lock box comes with a triple wall construction and stainless steel reinforcements
- Push button combination lock gives the user the option of 4,096 possible codes; 4 heavy-duty masonry screws and a template are included for mounting
- The keyless entry lock box has multiple security layers that protect keys for home, car, or professional use; store up to 5 keys
- Integrated key tray, a stainless steel punch resistant plate, and an anti-tamper plate make this key safe tough enough for commercial application
- The key locker for outdoor use comes with a heavy-duty, impact-resistant weather cover; can also be used indoors as well
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There's no need to choose between convenience or security with your home's key lockbox—you get them both with the Kidde AccessPoint KeySafe P500 professional security keybox (model 002047). An easy-to-use push button design is paired with a heavy duty, triple-wall vault and long travel clutching lock, and two more buttons (for a total of 12) were added for a total of 4,096 possible code combinations. The KeySafe P500 can hold up to five keys.
Easy to Use
Ideal for homes, apartments, secured personnel areas, utility buildings, and more, the KeySafe P500 offers easy pushbutton access from 12 buttons—numbers 0 through 9, plus A and B—that provide even more combinations than standard key lockboxes. Choose and set the code. Change it at any time, as often as you want (it's recommended that you use four to seven different numbers for best results).
Secure Peace of Mind
Multiple security layers protect your keys, including a solid stainless steel security liner that resists prying. Additionally, a clutching handle mechanism slips if forced.
Durable Construction for Years of Use
Guaranteed not to rust, the KeySafe P500 features heavy-duty stainless steel reinforcements. For added convenience, the KeySafe P500 has an integrated key tray, and it also comes with an impact-resistant weather cover for even more protection from the elements. Mounting hardware is included, and installation is a breeze. It also comes with an optional anti-tamper screw that prevents the code from being changed.
What's in the Box
KeySafe P500 five-key lockbox in black; mounting hardware, printed operating instructions
12 buttons for 4,096 combinations (see larger).
Easy pushbutton access
Integrated key tray (see larger).
Top Customer Reviews
For these push-button locks, keep in mind that order does not matter: 1 2 3 4 is the same as 3 4 1 2 ~ only the actual keys pressed count. If you were curious how the 4096 combinations were derived from the 12 buttons, here's how it breaks down:
0-Digit Code: 1 Combination
1-Digit Code: 12 Combinations
2-Digit Code: 66 Combinations
3-Digit Code: 220 Combinations
4-Digit Code: 495 Combinations
5-Digit Code: 792 Combinations
6-Digit Code: 924 Combinations
7-Digit Code: 792 Combinations
8-Digit Code: 495 Combinations
9-Digit Code: 220 Combinations
10-Digit Code: 66 Combinations
11-Digit Code: 12 Combinations
12-Digit Code: 1 Combination
1) This is MUCH more robust than the standard Kidde AccessPoint box. It's roughly 6" Long, 3.25" Wide, and it weights a little over 4 pounds.
2) The internal bay is roughly 3" Long, 1.8" Wide, and 0.7" Deep. It can fit several keys or maybe a car key, USB flash drive, etc.
3) The combination is easily resettable either using the included tool or a flat-head screw driver.
4) The included mounting screws are TORX T25. They are 2" long with coarse thread.
5) An optional security T10 can be used to secure the code-change area after the box has been opened. (It might be T15;; I tried T10 and it worked but it seemed a little small)
-Heavy duty (when you hold it in your hand you can feel the weight!)
-Cast outer casing with inner rolled steel box for extra security.
-Full cover to keep weather out of the mechanism (not pictured but it is in the box)
-Security screw to lock key-change plate (discourages employees/realtors/etc from tampering even if they have the code)
-Easy code changes (just open the plate and turn the relevant arrows to "up" with the provided tool).
Don't ever get locked out or leave your house open for thieves by using insecure "Hide-A-Key" options.
The instruction sheet is not very clear and it fails to tell you how many numbers you can enter. Also, the sequence is of no significance so numbers can be entered at random and the lock will still open, thereby reducing the level of security.
You can, with some presence of mind and forethought, hook this key box into your security system, which would significantly raise the bar on security.
This keybox feels like a brick and I am confident storing a high security Abloy key inside of it. I have a large dog and sometimes need a friend to come let him out when my job keeps me late. Previously, I would just hide a key somewhere outside but this is a more elegant, permanent solution. If I have to let someone in who isn't trusted (like a temporary housekeeper or contractor) I can easily change the code after every use.
I attached it to the stucco exterior of my house close to the door, but in an awkward position to be attacked. Even if it was found by a burglar it would be almost impossible to remove from the house due to it's position. If somehow it was removed I don't think anyone would be able to break into it without a torch.
I like that when you open the box, the whole box does not come in your hand and your have to fight with the key and the box to not fall down.
It is sturdy and stable on the wall. I also love the weather cover that comes with it. I had some doubts if it will be easy to open and close, but it is super convenient.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very solid and heavy key safe. Much sturdier than the 10-button model, and has 4 times the combinations. Read morePublished 8 days ago by DaveZZ
Seems very secure I thought mounting screws were included. The weatherproof cover is black I had to paint it white so it wouldn't be as noticeable between my white exterior door... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John L. Sobek
Very sturdy construction. I have no doubts on the longevity or general security it provides.
I wish the model with the sensor wasn't as expensive as it is, almost double... Read more
Solidly built and has withstood a few seasons (so far) of the PCNW.Published 6 months ago by DaSantz
A really heavy-duty key safe. I have their standard duty one as well, but this model is extra-rugged and extra-secure. Read morePublished 6 months ago by SoCal guy
VERY heavyweight, relatively easy to use if you follow instructions, works great.Published 6 months ago by Jenny Peters