A little bigger than other small model cabinet safes. Offers water and fire protection. Easy to keep your stuff organized with three shelves inside the safe and extra storage areas on the door. Includes interior LED lighting and lag bolts for securing to the floor or wall.
The factory code on this lock is permanently set and cannot be changed. The handle used for opening the door is made from plastic and doesn't have a hearty feel.
Quick delivery. Offers a keypad entry or with a key backup. Can be bolted down from inside the safe. Compact enough to fit in many spaces including inside drawers or closets. Same safe comes in slightly smaller sizes.
This safe is not rated fireproof or waterproof.
Interior LED light. Includes three shelves that can be adjusted to fit your valuables. Motorized deadbolts. Almost two cubic feet of storage space – a larger size than many cabinet safes on the market. Opens quickly. Biometric fingerprint recognition feature works well and is easy to use and set up. Weighs about 50 pounds.
This safe is not rated fireproof.
Offers a key backup to a traditional dial lock safe. Can be bolted down. Can hold papers and up to 9-by-12 envelopes comfortably. The bolt-down feature does not void the warranty on flooding.
While this safe has a waterproof rating, documents are still recommended to be placed in airtight containers within the safe.
The keypad allows for codes ranging from 3 to 8 digits long. Its small size means it can easily double as a travel safe. Includes two manual override keys. Setup is straightforward. Easily holds a few documents, pieces of jewelry, or handguns.
The included batteries are not likely to last long. Not rated for fireproofing or waterproofing. Keypad tone is loud.
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Small cabinet safes give you the perfect means of securing valuable items in a small footprint. Think about how you plan to use the safe to find the right model for your needs. Some cabinet safes have interior shelves that work well for organizing items. But the shelves limit the size of the items you can place inside. A cabinet safe with shelves is a good option for storing papers and documents. Larger items may require a cabinet safe without built-in shelves. Some cabinet safes have both fire and water protection, but some only have one. If you need this protection, look closely at each unit to understand its protection ratings. Cabinet safes use a variety of locking mechanisms, including keys, keypads, combination dials, and biometrics. Some of these safes can be bolted to a wall, but others are free-standing.