Kidde AccessPoint 001802 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 60 Key

July 18, 2018 - Comment

‘ Key Control Cabinet, Cabinet with Cam Lock, Key Capacity (Units) 60, Overall Height (In.) 19-1/4, Overall Depth (In.) 4, Overall Width (In.) 13-3/8, Steel, Key Hooks, Door Full Length, Beige Enamel Finish, For Use With Key Storage, Includes Cam Lock and (2) Keys ‘ Product Features Key locker is constructed of 17-gauge heavy-duty steel

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‘ Key Control Cabinet, Cabinet with Cam Lock, Key Capacity (Units) 60, Overall Height (In.) 19-1/4, Overall Depth (In.) 4, Overall Width (In.) 13-3/8, Steel, Key Hooks, Door Full Length, Beige Enamel Finish, For Use With Key Storage, Includes Cam Lock and (2) Keys ‘

Product Features

  • Key locker is constructed of 17-gauge heavy-duty steel for extra protection of your keys
  • Keyed entry keysafe features a cam lock with 2 keys included; locking wall-mount key cabinet for storing keys
  • Key lock box holds 60 keys safely inside; only can be opened with included keys, perfect for leasing offices, schools, and business parks
  • The keysafe box has a depth for larger key rings; no more having to remove keys from rings to get them to fit inside
  • Combination key safe includes screw and wall anchors for easy mounting and setup

Comments

customer says:

60 key cabinet for familes, 30 key cabinet for single people If you are like us and have quite a few keys (two cars, motorcycle, ATV, spare vehicle keys, several sets of house keys) then this 60 key cabinet will likely work better than the 30 key version. We tried both, and the ’30 key’ version is for thirty single keys – only. When you add multiple key key rings, or typically-sized key tags then the number that fits comfortably drops rapidly. So if you have spare house keys, several vehicles also with spare keys, garage keys, and still other keys…

Just the Facts says:

Fairly sturdy, Could use some minor improvements for labeling tags. Pretty content with my purchase. A couple of minor nits. Was not thrilled with the pre-labeled (with numbers) key tags. Was able to solve that problem by purchasing some Avery 5418 labels. Using an 8pt font I was able to get two lines of text on the labels. Then used my Fiskers Rotary paper trimer to remove material from the top and bottom of each row of labels. Just peeled off the old numbered labels (1, 2, 3, etc.) and stuck my new ones on. Profile is low enough to fit behind a door,…

James M. says:

Well made box, but not convenient to use. Heavyweight key box. Well made and easy to change the combination. The open knob has a built in clutch, to prevent forcing the door open. However, the box is too shallow, and the key hangers are very close together. There is little room for spare car keys with remotes. They hang down and block the lower key pegs. Also, the box depends on small numbered plastic tags to hang the keys. This requires you to maintain a paper master list to identify the key associated with each number. All…

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