Kidde AccessPoint 001267 KeySafe Pro Multiple Key, Pushbutton, with Cover, Black

May 6, 2019 - Comment

Supra S7 lock box – Big Box. Quantity Discounts shown. S7 – “Big Box” – Wall Mount. Large enough to hold access cards, credit cards, or other small valuables. Inside Dimensions: 3-5/8″H x 2-3/8″W x 1-3/4″D. Includes weatherized cover. Product Features Easy-to-use heavy-duty commercial push button combination lock Key safe has over 1,000 possible combinations

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Supra S7 lock box – Big Box. Quantity Discounts shown. S7 – “Big Box” – Wall Mount. Large enough to hold access cards, credit cards, or other small valuables. Inside Dimensions: 3-5/8″H x 2-3/8″W x 1-3/4″D. Includes weatherized cover.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use heavy-duty commercial push button combination lock
  • Key safe has over 1,000 possible combinations available for locking the safe
  • Extra-large key lock box is big enough to accommodate access cards and multiple keys
  • Guaranteed never to rust; perfect for rental properties, commercial or home use
  • Key locker ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging; plain brown box that is ready and easy to open

Comments

Anonymous says:

I like it. But know what you’re getting into. It has been said that, “it’s built like a tank” and it really has some heft to it. Spacious: I can store a large Toyota car key, a round key for a car anti-theft device, plus a twenty-bill wad of cash held by a large stationery clamp, comfortably (you can add a credit card OR a bank token not so comfortably). On top of that, I put in two hex-head lag bolts that take up some space, four would be better, but would take up more space. Unlike the MasterLock key safe, it’s big and the locking…

Anonymous says:

This is exactly what we needed. Very sturdy. This is exactly what we needed. Very sturdy. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because the combination code, when set, is not sequence specific. What I mean is that you can enter the code in any combination/sequence in order to open the lock. Still with a 5 digit code, it leaves enough permutations to make it highly unlikely anyone would take the time to try each in order to get into the lockbox. It would take far too much time. That said, with 5-7 digit combinations available for use,…

Anonymous says:

Got for a great price!! But then it broke after less than 5 months! The item is very solid and seems to be working very well. I find the combination a bit strange, in that you pick a series of numbers, but you cannot assess what order you enter them in (i.e. 12345 can be entered in in order to open the box). Other than that, it is a great item.***UPDATE****5 months later I am standing outside at 3 a.m. locked out of the property I bought the lock box for. The box won’t open despite entering in the correct code. We finally had to…

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