Master Lock 5406D Compact Key Safe

May 2, 2014 - Comment

Select who can access your property. Children after school, cleaning service, elder care, repair service or pet sitter. The Master Lock compact key safe holds 2-3 keys or card keys. It has a resettable combination lock so you can select an easy 3 digit number. This unit has a solid die cast body that is

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Select who can access your property. Children after school, cleaning service, elder care, repair service or pet sitter. The Master Lock compact key safe holds 2-3 keys or card keys. It has a resettable combination lock so you can select an easy 3 digit number. This unit has a solid die cast body that is reinforced to withstand hammering and sawing. The molded cover protects the combination dials from weather, dirt and grime. The vinyl coated shackle and rubber pad protect property from scratches. 2-3/4-inch wide body.

Product Features

  • Holds one to two keys for house or car in a convenient location for regular use
  • Portable, over the door knob mount for convenience
  • Set your own 3 digit combination for keyless convenience
  • Flexible cover protects combination dials from weather, dirt and grime
  • Vinyl coated shackle prevents scratching

Comments

David R "gear geek" says:

Fine product, just watch for the code This is decent enough product and I would recommend it. However, take special note of the initial “factory default” combination. The manual states that it is “0-0-0”. However, I happen to notice mine was set to “1-0-0” when I took it out of the package. When I first locked and spun the dials, it would not re-open with the “0-0-0” code, but the “1-0-0” worked – whew! So then I changed it to my own code, but if I hadn’t noticed the intial code was different, I would have been in trouble – so…

cyberswirl says:

not the best product I have had experience with these types of lock boxes and this one is middle of the road. It has three number dials, so security is of some concern. the internal mechanisms seem to stick and i often find myself struggling to wriggle it open or coaxing it shut. today it froze completely, with my key inside. thankfully i was inside my house and not locked out. and i’ve only had the lock for about 2 months. perhaps i should have looked up the official directions on the web, but thought it…

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