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Stack-On Biometric Personal Safe with Adjustable Shelf
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- Includes 1 removable steel shelf
- Foam padded bottom and shelves
- Backlit biometric lock, Backup key is included
- Solid steel, pry resistant door has Concealed hinges and 2 steel live action locking bolts
- Refer the user manual for set up instruction under Product Details.
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The Stack-On PS-15-10-B personal safe with biometric lock can be programmed to accept up to 20 different fingerprints and provides greater security and quicker access to the safe's contents. Great for storing valuables, pistols, and ammo at home or on the road, this safe includes an adjustable shelf. Its solid steel, pry-resistant door has concealed hinges and 2 steel live action locking bolts. It offers pre-drilled holes for mounting to floor or shelf, and fastening hardware is included. Other features include an egg crate foam padded bottom and shelf, an electronic lock, and hidden trouble key. This Stack-On safe is a California approved firearms safety device that meets the requirements of California Penal Code Section 12088 and the regulations issued thereunder. When storing firearms it is recommended that safes be bolted to the floor, a shelf, or wall for added security.
Color: Black Lock
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So let's assume you have a working, functional copy of this safe: step one is dig it out of the fairly minimalistic packaging, find the keys taped to the one piece of Styrofoam, slide off the nameplate on the front panel and unlock the safe. Inside you should find a shelf, batteries, mounting hardware and two small plastic locking pins. The pins can be used to secure the shelf: there are two small holes in the back corners. I pushed the pins down through the foam to secure it (then added duct tape to keep the front from lifting up). Follow directions to insert batteries and program the security features. It is a fairly straight-forward process.
Overall I think this is a good safe, good for keeping select items secure. Be sure to bolt it to the wall and/or floor, though understand that a motivated thief with some time will get into it. I use it to secure my pistol when kids or guests are around. I do not recommend this as a storage place for a home defense weapon, as it takes a good 10 seconds to get to it, press the button, scan fingerprint, open door and retrieve a weapon. Those are precious seconds that may make a difference in a drastic situation, not to mention what would happen if for some reason the electronics failed when you needed them most.
This is a personal safe that is designed to prevent curious hands away from valuables.
You can bolt it to the floor, or a cabinet, but the determined thief can easily walk off with this. A person I knew used something a bit larger when moved to a Rest home, it lasted three months before it was gone.
All that depressing news said, it is an inexpensive and secure way of protecting valuables.
The lock was easy to set, it has a digital combination for access should the finger print scanner not work.
We tested the f/p scanner and it will give you fast access about 95% of the time. It may take another try, but we've seen that rarely.
The person who we gave this to has had zero problems.
The safe actually opens on the first time only about 20% of the time.
You can always eventually get it to open, so if the contents are not needed to be retrieved in a time sensitive manner, it will work well.
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