|Item Weight||13.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.4 x 13.8 x 14.5 inches|
|Item model number||1100|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Fire Resistant|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturers Limited Warranty|
SentrySafe 1100 1/2 Hour FIRE-SAFE Chest, 0.18 Cubic Feet, Dove Gray
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- FIRE-SAFE chest
- UL classified 1/2 hour fire protection and ETL verified 1/2 hour fire protection for CD's, DVD's, USB drives and memory stick up to 1550ºF
- Privacy key lock
- Exterior dimensions: 6 1/8"H x 14 1/4W x 11" D
- Interior dimensions: 3 1/2"H x 12"W x 7 1/2"D
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Compact and versatile, SentrySafe Fire-Safe Chests are the most popular in the world. A key-lock provides privacy in daily use and prevents the lid from opening in the event of a fire. For a modest, one-time investment, a family's most important papers are protected from the average house fire 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Exterior Dimensions (metric) - 15.5cm H x 36.2cm W x 27.9cm D Interior Dimensions - 3.5H x 12W x 7.5D Interior Dimensions (metric) - 8.9cm H x 30.5cm W x 19.1cm D Capacity - 0.2 cu. ft. 315 cu. in. Capacity (metric) - 5.2 cu. lit. 5163 cu. cm
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Top Customer Reviews
I guess this safe is ok if you're going to put it on the first floor but don't expect your valuables to be safe if you put it on the second floor.
Be aware, you get what you pay for. I think it's important to understand that this unit is designed to protect against FIRES... it is NOT a safe.
I found this out one day when I picked it up to open and put something in, accidently dropped it, and it just opened up easily... If you own one, hold the handle, then lift the unit up lengthwise, then tap it on the floor with a slight force angled a little on the smaller/top side of the unit, it will open easily everytime... this scares me... also, every unit uses the same key...
So if you need to protect against fires, this is probably a good device, for security, buy something better.
I just locked a second safe that I just acquired, I deliberately dropped it on the floor, dropped it from different angles and it doesn't open. So I have not experienced any problems with this safe. The only thing I find interesting is that another key, not the one that came with it, another key, maybe a luggage key can open this safe as well. So, this safe will keep your things together, it might serve as a deterrent to someone snooping through your things, it might slow someone down for awhile, but this may not be a good safe if you have something really valuable you want to stash. I have done ok.. but still a little disconcerting if this safe really opens that easily,.
I have had one of these fire safes for over twenty years now. It has survives many many moves, being dropped, having stuff stacked on top of it, and it is still going strong. This is not going to keep burglars out for long, it is designed to keep stuff together, most snoops out, and survive a fire for around half an hour. It is more fire than thief proof just so you know. Get one of these and then hide it. If someone don't know about it, they won't be gearing in it. Has a nice lock, but its no where near pick proof.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I too have had this safe for more than 20 years. It hasn't been through a fire (got it just after a fire in my apartment) but I have dropped it (did not open). Read morePublished 2 months ago by RosemaryRidge
Dropped it once and the lock broke bent and was a pain to open up and throw awayPublished 18 months ago by Gregory
This is not a safe, it is easy to move and light. I bought that looking for something that was fire resistant. I expected it to be difficult to open without the key. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Geary Woods
This is a fire-safe chest, not a burglar safe chest. I keep passport, health care proxy, birth certificate and the like in it, with the thought that they're all in one place and... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Chris
The plaster/concrete holding the top portion of the lock..The part that says sentry 1100 has cracked and turned to dust. Read morePublished on March 29, 2014 by Robert E. Treis
This was cheap, so I bought it. It serves the purpose, but these aren't 'fort knox'. Search youtube for video's on how easy it is to break them open. Read morePublished on March 12, 2014 by Mike Detti
If you lose your key, have no fear. This "lock" can be opened with a butter knife or a screwdriver. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Bloedizzle
We use these inside our primary safes. Double the fire protection. Just don't drop it with the lid open, the hinge is the weak point. Other than that, good to go.Published on December 14, 2013 by Knighthawk