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First Alert 2092DF Waterproof 1-Hour Fire Safe with Digital Lock, 1.3 Cubic Feet, Gray

First Alert 2092DF Waterproof 1-Hour Fire Safe with Digital Lock, 1.3 Cubic Feet, Gray


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First Alert 2092DF Waterproof 1-Hour Fire Safe with Digital Lock, 1.3 Cubic Feet, Gray

First Alert 2092DF Waterproof 1-Hour Fire Safe with Digital Lock, 1.3 Cubic Feet, Gray
  • 1.3 cubic foot capacity and durable construction
  • Backlit digital keypad with emergency override key
  • 1 removable/adjustable shelf
  • UL classified 1 hour resistance to fires up to 1700 degrees Fahrenheit while maintaining an internal temperature of less than 350 degrees
Through flood or fire, your family's valuables, cash savings, and documentation will be completely secure with the First Alert 2092DF Water and Fireproof Digital Lock with Key Override Security Safe. Solidly constructed and waterproof-sealed, this sleek black safe is UL- and ETL-certified to protect against fire for up to one hour and 1700°F and independently verified to fully protect all electronic media. This 90-lb safe also includes a programmable digital lock and override key, pry-resistant concealed hinges, four locking bolts, an adjustable storage shelf with passport and document compartments, and a handy hanging key rack. Five-year limited warranty; lifetime after-fire replacement guarantee. Dimensions: 17.5L x 19.63W x 18H inches.About First AlertWith a complete line of home safety devices, First Alert is America’s most-recognized and most-trusted safety brand. Detectors, fire extinguishers, safety boxes, and other preparedness products give home and business owners alike increased peace of mind. First Alert is actively involved in the communities it protects, too, with longstanding outreach initiatives supporting fire service and other organizations dedicated to fire prevention, carbon monoxide detection, and safety. Protects for 1 hour up to 1700°F; UL, ETL verified. Solid construction, waterproof-sealed. Programmable digital lock with override key. Weight: 90 lbs. Dimensions: 17.5L x 19.63W x 18H inches.Protect valuables with this fire- and water-proof safe. The safe protects valuables from temperatures up to 1,700 degrees F for one hour. A waterproof seal keeps contents dry should emergency sprinklers activate to extinguish the flames. A waterproof protective cover protects the digital key pad. A manual-override key is included and stores inconspicuously on the safe's exterior for easy access should you forget the combination. Pry resistant, concealed hinges thwart crooks. Great for business documents, this unit stores three-ring binders. A fully adjustable shelving system and key rack (all removable) ensure quick and easy access stored items. Honeywell backs this safe with a limited five-year warranty (no receipt necessary) and a lifetime fire- replacement guarantee. --Brian D. Olson

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  1. 434 of 447 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Attention to detail, April 7, 2009
    By 
    Steel6 (Fort Hood, Texas) –

    Good safe. Bad instructions.

    The steps required to program a Personal Passcode (page 5) are incorrect. Tried several times then called Customer Support (800-223-8566). The proper sequence is as follows:

    1. Safe open, bolts extended, door handle in down position.
    2. Open plastic cover.
    3. Press reset button in door.
    4. Enter new passcode on keypad followed by #.
    5. Enter new passcode again followed by #.
    6. Green light = passcode changed successfully.

    The instruction manual has #2 and #3 reversed.

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  2. 292 of 305 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I figured out a way to secure it to the wall, November 10, 2010
    By 
    Jim Castle (Chicago, IL) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    After looking around for a safe for awhile, I found that there really aren’t many choices unless you want to spend alot more money. This safe was the best deal, and best reviewed, I could find in the 2 cu. ft. range. (Sentry safes either have a poor electronic lock, or a dial that feels of cheap plastic and is difficult to turn)Anything smaller than 2 Cu. Ft. was just a waste of money in my opinion, as some valuables might actually be longer, or wider, than a piece of paper.

    I wanted to buy this safe, but what is the sense of having a safe that can be carried away without much effort? I mean 150 lbs isn’t light by any means, but it isn’t very heavy either. This safe slides across carpet fairly easily and can be carried by 2 guys without much strain. One guy carrying a bag of concrete has more weight than he would sharing the weight of this safe. After not finding anything that I could secure to the wall, that compared in price/quality, I decided to buy it anyway, figuring I would use my carpenter skills to devise a way to keep it in place.

    It was delivered by an actual delivery company and carried to my desired location in the house. No dents, scratches, or even box damage. First thing I did was take off the 4 brackets that hold the wheels and handle. After taking out the 24 screws that held these brackets, I noticed the 24 holes in the back of the safe.(There are plastic plugs included to fill these holes) Since the brackets are wrapped around the poles that hold the handle and wheels, it makes for an easy template. I took the brackets and laid them over 2 pieces of Oak that were wider than the safe(one to cross horizontally over the top set of brackets and one to cross the bottom) and by sticking a pencil thorugh the bracket holes, matched the pattern of the holes. I drilled out those holes with a drillbit. I wasn’t able to use the screws that were used in the brackets because they were too short, so I used screws long enough, with slightly bigger threads. I lined up my holes in the wood to the holes in the safe and screwed it together. Then I backed the safe up to the wall and lined it up with studs on both sides(which is why I used wood wider than the safe). Predrilled 2 holes, lined up with the studs, on each side of both pieces of wood(8 holes total) and then used a countersink bit on those holes so the screws I secure into the wall will sink below the surface of the wood.(if using bolts, you will need a forstner bit to allow the bolt head to sink below the surface of the wood). Once the safe was secured to the wall, I filled in the tops of the holes with putty, stained the wood and I was done. Now a thief with a lot of time and tools, could still notice the putty hole, dig out the putty, take out the screws and be off, but I like my chances. I should note that I also used square head screws as it is much rare that a thief would have the means to unscrew them(unless you’re in canada.

    Other than that, I can’t comment on any long term performance of the safe, or electronic lock, itself as I havent had it long. I will say the directions worked just fine for me to program a new code except the first time I tried, I screwed it up and had to wait 15 minutes to try again(the directions say you have 3 chances to screw up before it cuts you off for 15 minutes).

    Anyway, I’m not recommending you do what I did, but I thought it was worth sharing.

    One last thing, the brackets are secured to the poles that hold the wheels and handle, but they do spin around the poles and move up and down. I would recommend if anyone tries this, that they reattach the brackets to the safe so that they are lined up on the pole where they need to be so your template is accurate. When they are mounted on the safe, take a marker or pencil and mark the poles where the brackets line up. Then when you take the brackets back off, you will know that they are lined up where they need to be.

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  3. 203 of 213 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good safe for the money, February 14, 2009
    By 
    PickyGuy (Omaha, NE USA) –

    I did a bit of research before deciding to buy this safe. I’ve received and and placed in in the house and I’m very pleased with it.

    This is a heavy safe (182 lbs) and it takes two strong people to move it. The weight is an advantage because only a very strong burglar will be able to remove it by himself.

    It only has a 1 hour fire rating (for paper, not electronic media) and while I’d like a longer rating, I didn’t want to pay much more than I did.

    This safe is also “waterproof” and I imagine that this is as important as fireproof.

    The digital codes are very easy to set and reset. This unit also comes with two keys which will open the safe (obviously you will want to hide the keys away far from the safe).

    This safe is larger than most inexpensive safes at 2 cubic feet and I don’t feel that it is too large.

    It looks to be well made and it’s backed by a large company that can help you if ever you lock the safe, forget the combination, lose the keys as you can still call Honeywell and give them the serial number. After some length of interrogation, I think that they can help you open the safe.

    Lastly, you can spend thousands or tens of thousands on a safe that is burglar-proof. I didn’t want to go that far. I think I made a good choice.

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