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Allows keyed or keyless entry with your own custom-created digital code;Avoid fumbling for the right key in an emergency or whenever urgent access is required;Can be permanently and securely attached to wall or floor from inside (heavy-duty bolts included);Worry-free and economical way to keep cash, jewelry, medicine and irreplacables safe;Our most popular-sized safe; easy to conceal with 1 cubic foot of interior space

Neiko Digital Electronic Safe for Home or Business - 1.0 Cubic Foot Interior Space - Gray by Neiko

First and foremost, this is not the safe for storing pistols for home defense, in my opinion. The keypad is loud, very loud. That is the first thing that crossed my mind when I opened it. The "bad guys" would be very aware of what you are doing when you open it.So that thought aside (I didn't buy it for that anyway), a determined thief with a large crow bar could probably just tear it off the wall/floor and carry it out unless it was mounted into concrete. I think that would be the likely scenario rather than them trying to break in to it, in place. It looks sturdy enough to resist anything but a fairly determined attack using power tools.Someone mentioned "locker like material", I think it is sturdier than that by quite a bit. Someone else mentioned a soft cheap screw that holds the keypad on, yup that will be replaced the next time I need to take it off. Lastly, the door would rattle if there was any movement whatsoever.Decent product, for the price.
you can mount on the bottom or the back. I use it to lock up my medication to keep it safe from my kids. i had to graduate from a lock box. It beeps loud so everyone in the house knows your opening it and the handle to twist and open is very shallow, especially for a big hand
This is a pretty basic, inexpensive safe. It doesn't have features of better safes like insulation and fireproofing, but it's reasonably well built, and -- surprising to me -- you can easily get at the innards of the lock mechanism once the safe is open with just a basic phillips head screwdriver. I'll get into why I cared about that in a minute.First, a word about the security level: The emergency keyhole, needed during set-up or if you forget the combination or the batteries die, is hidden behind the plate with the button panel and you have to unscrew a screw to get at it. That's a nice little bit of obscurity, but also obscurity that's rather necessary because the keyhole is easily the weakest point of the safe from a safecracking point of view. While the key lock mechanism is at least halfway decent, not something you'll be picking with a hairpin, I would be surprised if I couldn't pick it within a couple of minutes and I'm only a barely passable lockpicker. An experienced and determined thief is not likely to have much trouble with it.That's not why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, though. think for the kinds of things you'll probably want to put in there (medicine, pistol, or ammunition perhaps) the lock system is fine and it could have pulled 5 stars just by being a great value.Annoyingly, mine came without the inner shelf attached. I don't know if it is supposed to be attached from the factory or not, but the hardware to attach it was just floating around inside the safe. The wall-mount hardware was in a plastic baggy, so I don't believe the shelf bolts were supposed to be loose. It seemed like the factory worker might have been under production pressure (or lazy, or just wanted to go home) and threw the hardware in there and locked it up. One of the bolts was missing, but I'm unsure if that's because it wasn't there or if it fell out while I inspecting the safe after opening it the first time.That is really a nit -- any hardware store will sell you the hardware for pennies -- and since the shelf sits on little metal supports there's not really even a need to screw it in place. Even so, it was annoying not to have all of the hardware.The one thing I didn't expect is that the keypad is LOUD. I mean, pretty darn loud, like you can hear someone tapping on it on the other side of my 3-bedroom house with the doors all closed. This is great if you want the sounds to alert you to someone messing with the safe, and I see other commenters were really happy about it, but my wife will kill me if I try to open it at 2am to get medicine out.I had hoped there was a way to turn it down or turn it off but if there is I could not find it. No mention in the instructions. (Speaking of which, despite being only a single two-sided page -- one for the lock mechanism, another for wall mounting -- they were more than adequate.)I thought there might be an adjustment inside and I disassembled the back plate on the door to get at the electronics. The control board is simple (good!) but has no adjustments of that nature. I had hoped I could just clip off the speaker but it's a piezoelectric piece that is soldered tightly to the board. I tried blocking it with my finger but that did not make any apparent difference. I am probably going to try filling the speaker with glue.Alternatively, this might be a neat place to put a little Arduino to use. It should be easy to replace the control board entirely with an Arduino board, and once done it would be possible to add WiFi support and have the safe send me an alert if it is touched or opened.Anyway: Not a bad safe for cheap, but some signs of haphazard assembly, and you should consider whether or not the loudness of the beeps is a positive or a negative for your needs.
It’s a strong safe but terribly designed. Why would you ever keep the batteries on the inside? Stupid. I moved a couple times so I lost the keys. Thinking I could just put in the passcode to open it every time, it doesn’t once and of course the batteries are inside the door so I had to angle grind it open. Do yourself a favor and find another one because this one is just an awful design.

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