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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.
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UPDATE: I contacted Stack-on by email a couple weeks ago and they said they would get back with me. Never heard back from them other than the initial email so I called today (10-13-14)as a follow up about the unit. They offered a full refund or a replacement (I chose the refund). They mentioned they had changed the locks on these units in 2012 (mine was a 2011). Sounds like they may have addressed this issue which is good however they should have probably sent out a bulletin or recall on the older units IMO. Have no idea if the new locks truly addresses the problem so you may want to do more research before purchasing. If it is a unit built prior to 2012 be aware of the potential risk. I do appreciate Stack-On's customer service but will not up the rating because at the end of the day I believe the unit was a ticking time-bomb that should have been recalled. I am replacing mine with an USA made safe that is about twice the cost.
So I called Stack-On.
To their credit, the customer service representative was wonderful. She asked for the serial number, the place of purchase, and what my issue was. She told me to have a locksmith come out, and that Stack-On would cover the bill and send me a replacement. Now, I'm a do-it-myself sort of guy, so I asked her whether it mattered what shape the safe was in when I returned it. She laughed and told me to have at it. If I destroyed it, they'd mail me a new one anyways and just not collect the old one. Thusly reassured, I set about with my trusty tools. Sadly, it only took me about 5 minutes to access the contents of the safe, and I did so with just a hammer and a screwdriver.
So, bottom line is if you need this for quick access to a home defense weapon, make darn sure to replace the batteries on a regular schedule. If you're storing high-dollar jewelry or handguns, consider something beefier. If you want something to keep the kids out and to keep your guests honest, this is a pretty alright safe for the price. Plus, if it poops out, Stack-On's customer service will take excellent care of you.