First Alert 2013F Water and Fire Protector File Chest, 0.17 Cubic Feet
|MSRP : $29.09|
Sale : $25.54
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
|• Fire-resistant, waterproof chest keeps your valuable documents and electronics secure|
• Withstands external temperatures of up to 1550 degrees F for up to 30 minutes
• Waterproof design keeps contents dry even when submerged
• 0.19-cubic foot capacity ideal for storing small items and documents
• Independently verified to protect electronic media
safe & secure NO IT IS NOT
I' d really like to hear from the manufacture as to why this security box has the same lock & key which fits all the others of the same kind on the shelf . I bought this to keep important papers & money in , thinking it was secure . Not so , anyone that has a key to another Honeywell box like this can open yours & take what-ever is in your private security - fire - proof box . All the keys are the same . I realize it's not expensive but , in my opinion & personal experience of being robbed , I would think they could at least make a different lock & key for each one ---- very misleading !!!!!!!!!
It gets the job done
It looks like it will serve its purpose and protect documents from the elements. Documents lay in box neatly. As far as theft proof, well is anything really theft proof. The lock will keep an honest man honest. Even if it had top of the line lock, thief will just take the whole box and open it later.
Safe and sound...
Since all the basic models seem to have about the same protection rating, I selected this one because it will hold letter sized documents without folding them up. Seems to have plenty of room inside and I find myself storing all kinds of things. After reading several reviews, I find it is a good habit to take it easy on the keys when opening and closing.
Does its job..
The box looks like it would do a good job protecting your stuff in a fire or flood since it would create a good seal for everything. However, if you're going to use it as a security box to protect from theft, you might want to look elsewhere. The latch on the box is made of PLASTIC and feels flimsy as well. It looks like I could probably break it open with a simple flathead screwdriver!
It will do it's job of keeping the document from fire and water. However, I don't like the hard plastic latch/locking for the case. It can easily be broken. However, it's small and someone can steal it, so it really doesn't matter. The main thing is to protect from fire and water NOT theft.
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