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U.S. Patrol JB5076 Fire Resistant Document Bag
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- Protects valuable documents from fire
- Can hold Legal size documents
- Safely holds property deeds, passports, birth certificates, cash, photos & more
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This fiberglass bag protects your vital documents up to 1000 degrees. The 9" x 14" bag allows you to protect deeds, passports, birth certificates, cash, photos, and more. Simply put the documents in, fold over the flap, and put it in a place that won't get wet.
- Protects Valuable Documents from Fire. Protect Your Property Deeds, Passports, Birth Certificates, Cash, Photos & More Holds Legal Size Documents Withstands Up To 1000 F
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Top Customer Reviews
When mine arrived I just took it out of the packaging. I did not notice all those small needles until about an hour later when I noticed itching on my hands. But before that I touched my face. Many times. And my pants were covered with a lot of this stuff. Imagine that.
Oh, there was a warning about fiberglass. True. On the back of the packages in small print! But nothing on Amazon.
After inspecting the product I noticed many very thin needles on the bag. Some 5 inches in length, but most under a quarter of an inch. The bag was really covered with this stuff. An edge was ripped off a bit producing even more needles.
This product is not worth buying at any price. I can't imagine having to use gloves each time to touch my documents. I do not want to be arrested at the airport because someone touching my passport got some strange itching.
When I was buying this I thought this is a thick bag made of several layers of different fabrics. One layer for thermal insulation, and at least one for making this bag airtight under high temperature - like melting but burn proof plastic. This bag doesn't have anything like that. The air can flow in and out of this bag. Because of oxygen in high temperature the documents will get charred even before the fire touches the bag.
Bad design, bad craftsmanship and bad packaging.
I along with the tons of people on here, didn't read the reviews.. and didn't pay attention till, the other night, I was putting document in the sleeve, then I noticed how itchy my hands got... then I noticed it was Fiberglass (!GLASS PARTICLES).. and my legs and hands had tiny glass particles on them. Spent 4 hours all night, taking cold shower after cold shower, trying to get rid of the glass. Had to wash my clothes seperatley and vaacume the closet, carefully, to get up any remaining particles.
I'm not kidding, NOT WORTH IT!
Will get into your skin
Not worth it!
Due to limitations of today's materials, all safe products are susceptible to heat and fire damage when exposed to high temperatures for extended periods of time. Thus, no safe product manufactured today is considered "fire proof". Certain materials can provide resistance to high temperatures for limited periods of time. Safes properly constructed with these materials can be classified as "fire resistant". Depending upon the materials used and the methods of construction, safes can provide varying degrees of fire resistance.
What level of fire resistance do I need?
In a home fire, the peak temperature and duration of the fire can vary depending upon the size of the home, the materials used to construct the home, the response time of firefighters, etc. It is estimated that the typical peak temperature in a home fire ranges from 800 to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. The typical time for firefighting authorities to bring a home fire into containment is estimated at 15 to 30 minutes. Paper chars at approximately 402°F. To protect paper documents, the internal temperature of a safe must remain below 350°F while exposed to the conditions of the typical home fire. Thus at a minimum, a safe should provide enough fire resistance to keep the maximum internal temperature of the safe below 350°F, when exposed to external temperatures of 1200 degrees for 30 minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It may provide fire protection but the fiberglass will imbed into your skin. I got a good dose of it the first time I tried to take something out of it and was that ever miserable. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Candy Buchanan
Terrible. I had to throw this thing out. To even touch it is painful, fiberglass all in your skin.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very well constructed.... Wished it had a seal! But hopefully we will never have to worry about a fire. But if we do, I truly believe his bag will keep our documents protected.Published 10 days ago by bonnie Clemens
Exactly what I needed to protect my important documents. Appears to be made well. Bought to go inside my new safe for extra protection. Shipped quickly. Arrived on time.Published 15 days ago by possum
Have to fold 8X11 documents to put in the bag. It's much flimsier than I expected.Published 15 days ago by K. A.