|Product Dimensions||36.3 x 16.79 x 39.09 cm; 9.25 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||CHW20101|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||1 SentrySafe Product|
|Item Weight||9.25 kg|
Sentry Safe CHW20101 7.8L Medium Keyed Fire Water Chest
|Item dimensions L x W x H||36.3 x 16.8 x 39.1 centimetres|
|Item weight||20.4 Pounds|
About this item
- Fire protection for 30mins at 843°C with after fire replacement available
- Up to 72 hour flood protection
- Privacy key lock
- Digital media protection
- Carrying handle
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The Privacy Lock Chest CFW20101 is ideal for important documents, certificates, passports and photos. ETL Verified water protection and UL Classified fire protection provide peace-of-mind for irreplaceable items. This versatile chest is also equipped with a carrying handle to meet all your security needs.
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The locking mechanism is less sturdy than I would have expected and doesn't look like it would stand up to something like an angle grinder, etc. Horses for courses with this; I bought it because it fulfilled the requirements of my home insurance policy and for that, it does the job.
As others have mentioned, it arrived coated in a white power which is easy to wipe off but odd, nonetheless. Also, the polystyrene pieces that were surrounding this item inside a cardboard box were all brittle and cracked. I'm not sure if that means this was in a warehouse for a long time and the polystyrene had dried out, or that it had been mishandled along the way. Regardless, the item itself appears undamaged.
Be aware that because this box is water/fire resistant, it does state that certain things shouldn't be stored inside with the lid locked shut due to the build up of moisture from the fire retardant material. According to the included product leaflet, this includes "pearls, jewellery, watches, stamps and photos". So basically, they're saying that this "document box" shouldn't be used to store documents. LOL Instead, you're advised that these items should be stored "inside an air tight container" before being placed inside. Instead, I've chosen to buy some sachets of silica gel and to leave the lid unlocked to prevent the build up of moisture.
My reason for scoring the lock feature at 3 is thgat I bought two safes and they both unlock with same key. I expected the keys to be unique to the lock. I guess its a good thing if I ever lost the keyy and needed a replacement though.