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Stalwart Electronic Digital Steel SafeStalwart Electronic Digital Steel Safe
65.19
Item #304108
Model #886511233768
  • Protect valuable assets in your home, business, or while traveling
  • Electronic digital safe mounts to the floor or wall for maximum protection
$65.19
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Honeywell 2.8 cu.ft. Digital Lock Depository Security Safe (5107S)Honeywell 2.8 cu.ft. Digital Lock Depository Security Safe (5107S)
278.39
Item #20003571
Model #5107S
  • Black finish steel construction with programmable digital lock & emergency override key (2 keys included)
  • Dimensions: 21.7"H x 15"W x 18"D
$278.39
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SentrySafe Steel Standard Safe with Keypad, 1.18 cu. ft. (X125)SentrySafe Steel Standard Safe with Keypad, 1.18 cu. ft. (X125)
140.99
Item #708268
Model #X125
  • Safe provides safety and security for your essential documents and most valuable possessions
  • Steel construction with keypad lock
$140.99
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AdirOffice Steel Security Safe with Digital Lock, 2.32 cu. ft. (670-100-03)AdirOffice Steel Security Safe with Digital Lock, 2.32 cu. ft. (670-100-03)
165.59
Item #24074284
Model #670-100-03
  • Steel construction to provide long-lasting strength
  • Using the keypad create your own numeric code for easy entry
$165.59
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Adiroffice White Multi Purpose Large Size Suggestion Drop Box (631-03-WHI)Adiroffice White Multi Purpose Large Size Suggestion Drop Box (631-03-WHI)
34.29
Item #24209105
Model #631-03-WHI
  • Multi Purpose Large Size Suggestion Drop Box
  • Constructed of durable, heavy-gauge steel
$34.29
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Barska Compact Keypad Security Safe (Ax12616)Barska Compact Keypad Security Safe (Ax12616)
62.99
Item #2424462
Model #AX12616
  • 12 Gauge Sheet Steel Construction
  • Cubic Feet 0.36
$62.99
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Honeywell 2.8 cu.ft. Digital Lock Security Safe (5107)Honeywell 2.8 cu.ft. Digital Lock Security Safe (5107)
294.99
Item #20003595
Model #5107
  • Black finish steel construction with digital lock with LED display
  • Dimensions: 21.7"H x 15"W x 18"D
$294.99
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Honeywell Digital Steel Laptop Security Safe 1.0 Cube (5105)Honeywell Digital Steel Laptop Security Safe 1.0 Cube (5105)
158.99
Item #24353895
Model #5105DS
  • Programmable hotel-style digital lock with two override keys, included
  • 2 Motorized live locking door bolts
$158.99
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Stalwart Electronic Steel Safe; X-LargeStalwart Electronic Steel Safe; X-Large
144.99
Item #1413840
Model #886511497399
  • Material: Steel
  • Dimension: 19.8" (H) x 12" (W) x 13.5" (D)
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First Alert 3010F Steel Cash & Key Box
32.99
Item #2483916
Model #FATS3010F
  • 10 key rings with tags
  • Steel construction with durable powder coat finish
$32.99
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When valuable items, large amounts of cash, and sensitive documents need to be kept in an easy-to-get-at location but must not be tampered with, many businesses choose to install standard safes. Standard safes can be small enough to fit under a desk or large enough to hold multiple shelves.

Standard Safes Are Hard to Force Open
The first consideration for a fireproof safe is security, specifically against theft and forced entry. Safes use sophisticated combination locks with enough tumblers and potential combinations to be effectively unbreakable. To prevent thieves from taking the sealed safe with them, many models rely on a combination of weight and concealment. Even relatively small, 1.3-cubic foot safes can weigh 100 pounds, which makes them difficult for an unprepared burglar to carry off. Many models offer tie-down kits and sturdy fasteners that take tools to loosen. Smaller models are relatively easy to conceal behind hanging pictures and wall mirrors, reducing the chances that office or home invaders can find it.

Full Protection From Standard Safes
Theft isn't the only hazard a gun safe must protect its contents against. Most private safe customers cite fire protection as the main concern. In the United States, safes are rated according to their fire resistance. Most home and office fires sweep past a single location in about 20 minutes, so a typical safe guarantees 30 minutes of fire resistance. Such safes are thickly insulated to keep the interior temperature under 300 degrees, which is adequate for protecting paper. Film and computer components are more sensitive; these should be kept in a safe that guarantees no more than 125 degrees with between 30 and 60 minutes of fire exposure.

Floods are another risk that safes can help manage. Not all safes are waterproof, but those that usually have a sticker or other indicator guaranteeing their integrity under water. Unlike fire ratings, which specify the temperature and duration of the fire resistance, safes are rated pass/fail for water resistance by industry experts, though some manufacturers use their own graded scale.

Standard Safes as Secure Organizers
The simplest safes offer nothing but a single open space inside for storing items. For a little extra investment, however, the safe can become a secure filing cabinet and organizer for valuable items. Some safes can accommodate shelves inside for keeping the tax returns separate from the bonds and property titles. Others offer a locking shelf that slides out for quick access to frequently used items such as car keys and flash drives.

Do Standard Safes Take Up a Lot of Room?
Safes come in a range of sizes. Small safes, under 0.8 cubic feet, can easily fit under a bed or in a closet. Medium-size 1.2-cubic-foot safes are large enough to hold hanging folders and legal documents. Safes measuring up to 2.8 cubic feet may offer several deep shelves with room for valuable equipment or tools.

What Are Standard Safes Made From?
Safes are traditionally made from thick, heavy-gauge steel. Some modern safes are made from special synthetic materials that have been blow-formed into a hardened casing. These plastic safes offer as much fire and theft protection as steel models but may be lighter and more affordable.

How Do the Locks on Standard Safes Work?
Most safe locks work by spinning a number wheel until the right combination opens the tumblers. Some quick-open models have digital keypads to accept inputs. Most have a turning handle for opening the door once the combination goes through.