|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 5.2 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||5400D|
|Batteries||Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Master Lock 5400D Select Access Key Storage Box with Set-Your-Own Combination Lock, 1-Pack
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- The product is key storage lock/shackle
- Key storage door pivots open smoothly & remains attached to lock body for convenient operation
- The product is manufactured in china
- Portable Lock Box features a 3-1/4in (83mm) wide metal body for durability.
- Large internal cavity prevents jamming, even when holding multiple keys
- Set your own 4-digit combination for keyless convenience and increased security
- Protective weather cover prevents freezing and jamming
- Molded body and vinyl coated shackle prevent scratching
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Holds up to five keys. View larger.
Always know exactly where your keys are.
Trustworthy and secure, the 5400D offers a convenient locking solution that holds up to five house or car keys. Great for people on the go, the 5400D means you'll always know exactly where your keys are. And for added peace of mind, this key safe will withstand the tools a thief might use to attempt entry.
The 5400D is a great key safe for people selling their homes, and it's also a smart choice for families with children who may need to enter the house when an adult isn't present.
Weather-Resistant Key Safe Hangs Anywhere
With a compact, lightweight design and portable, over-the-knob mount, the 5400D can be hung exactly where you need it--on a door, fence, or post. The compartment door pivots smoothly and remains attached to the lock body. For further convenience, an easy-grip, dome-shaped dial with contemporary metallic finish features easy-to-use combination dials.
Because the 5400D is most commonly hung out of doors, it's designed to withstand the elements. Specifically, a shutter door protects the combination dials from weather, dirt, and grime, so the result is rust-free performance and long life.
Built to last, the 5400D boasts durable die-cast zinc construction with vinyl-covered shackles to prevent scratching. What's more, its reinforced, molded body is built to last and helps to withstand hammering and sawing.
The Master Lock 5400D Key Safe is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Personalized Four-Digit Combination for Optimum Security
With the 5400D, it's easy to set your own four-digit combination. Just enter your chosen code for complete control over access to your keys. And because it offers up to 10,000 combination possibilities, this system is more secure than key locks, and it gives you the option of resetting the combination whenever you wish.
What's in the Box
Master Lock 5400D Key Safe with combination panel.
Top Customer Reviews
When I returned to civilization, I fully expected to find the box thoroughly abused. I expected the rubber case to have been melted by the exhaust pipe. I expected mud to have gummed up the combination locks. I even imagined there might be a few dents or scratches on it from the road. None of this was the case.
While my use of the box has revealed to me that it is not water tight, and the glue used to hold the rubber casing on may be a little weakened by heat or water, the worst damage I found on it were a few small scratches on the rubber casing around the lock part, where it had been attached to the frame of my car.
Recently, I managed to get a key stuck in the device somehow. Perhaps it no longer worked right because I removed the rubber casing. Maybe the long car key I put in jammed the locking mechanism somehow, or maybe I managed to accidentally reset the combination while it was open. I suspect that I reset the combination accidentally. My one complaint with this device is how easy it is to do this. Users can easily fix this by gluing or taping the reset switch in place once you've chosen a good combination.
Since I needed the key, I decided I would have to break open the device. Those of you concerned with the security of this product will be pleased to learn how hard it was to do.
As I had gotten the rubber casing off, I already knew that there were six rivets in the back. I imagined that by drilling through these, I would be able to get the lock apart. Using a bench vice, and a power drill with a metal drill bit, it took me five minutes of serious drilling to get through these rivets. When I was done drilling, nothing happened, because the rivets were set in such a way that the drill holes had gone in crooked. I ended up pounding away at the thing with a ball-pene hammer and a cold chisel for another half hour to break the rivets on the sides all the way through. This allowed me to rip off the sides of the front panel. Once that was done, I had to beat in the back of the lock so that I could get the chisel into the top, and force the locking mechanism open. The hinge was too strong for me to break at all. Once I got it out, my key was slightly twisted. I'm not sure it will still work.
All told, it took me fifty five minutes,to break into the master lock select access storage box. Fifty five minutes, using all the tools I could think of. At a private home, with it latched to a doorknob, or in an inconvenient place, it probably would have taken much longer. I don't think there are many places where the police won't get around to a criminal before they get at your keys in one of these things. I also don't think a criminal who can get at the keys any faster would be able to use them once he got them out.
I have one outside my house with my house key in it, one in my office with the key to my finacial files, and one next to my large safe in the bedroom closet with the key to the larger safe. If you ever watch the show, "To Catch A Thief", you'd know that if someone breaks into your house, they're more interested in your checkbook, financial records, social security number, and other personal information than they are in your TV or DVD player. I've got all my personal financial information in a locked file cabinet. The biggest mistake people make is leaving the key in a rather easy to find place. So, I got one of these to put my file cabinet key in. This is so quick to access when you have the proper access code and it is so small that it can be mounted almost anywhere. I have mine mounted underneath my desk.
Bottom line: Great little safe for many uses.
It is well built and sturdy.
It's sized to fit on the door jamb in between the door and storm door, so it's out of sight but easy to access.
The mechanism works well (though the controls could be a bit bigger).
My Caution is this: when you close the lock, the combination remains there. You have to remember to scramble it. This could be an issue if you allow others to use the lock, such as friends or workers. I'll address the issue by putting a note in the box to "scramble combination after closing". Of course, this applies to similar locks but a better design would be that the door doesn't latch while the combination is set.