Kidde AccessPoint 001859 Stor-A-Key Locking Magnetic Key Case, Gray

July 18, 2015 - Comment

Never be locked out of your home or car again. The Locking Stor-A-Key is a secure key holder that lets you hide your house or car key in a discreet spot for emergency access or just as a spare. Attach this key holder in any convenient location: Its powerful magnet will adhere to a wheel

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Never be locked out of your home or car again. The Locking Stor-A-Key is a secure key holder that lets you hide your house or car key in a discreet spot for emergency access or just as a spare. Attach this key holder in any convenient location: Its powerful magnet will adhere to a wheel well or magnetic grill cover, and it also comes with adhesive tape to hold it in place anywhere. A user-settable combination lock adds security to the standard hide-a-key system for added peace of mind. This extra-large container holds most auto and home keys, and it’s even weather resistant. This device is also available in a portable version. If you don’t need the added security of a combination lock, a simple, magnetic Stor-A-Key is also available. For maximum security, mount the Digital KeySafe in a convenient location. This key storage device requires that a digital PIN be entered to release your key.

Product Features

  • Security key lock safe case with 1,000 combination possibilities; key safe holds one key
  • Hide a key comes equipped with powerful rare earth magnet that keeps it place on any flat metal surface
  • Key safe has a removable foam insert to keep keys from rattling around
  • Crafted from durable weather resistant plastic; capable of being used outdoors or as a car key safe
  • Key lock box includes attachment point for lanyard or cable tie

Comments

P. Greenberg "Tech Guy" says:

This Thing Is Useless Another great GE product:If you twist the cover with very moderate force you’ll crack open this thing. The reason I even tried doing it was because the combination lock stopped working and I had to retrieve the key.Don’t waste your $$$ on this.

Jeff says:

Not for modern car keys. The reason they designed this key case was to address the security problem with older magnetic key cases. Magnetic key cases are primarily used to hide car keys somewhere on your car so you can access the key if you accidentally lock yourself out. The problem is most car thieves know to look for these cases. Since there aren’t that many places to hide them, most thieves know where the likely hiding spots are. 

A Cautious Consumer says:

Did this pass product review? It is plastic and if someone really wanted it contents it would be easily invaded but that is a trivial problem compared to the combination defect in design. Every other small combination lock I know requires that it be OPEN before you can change the combination. This make design sense as if it were closed (or locked) to change the combination anyone can change the combination and get the contents. Yep that is what this unit does. It requires that the unit be CLOSED to change the combination…

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