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Ideal for the home, our medium-sized fire safe offers cost-effective security and fire protection.
  • 60 minute fire rating, £2,000 insurance rating.
  • Digital keypad with 4-16 digit PIN.
  • Master reset code in case of lock out.
  • Adjustable shelf can be removed to create space.
  • Handy pull out tray for organising small items.
  • Installs to floor (fixing kit included).
  • Weight: 36Kg, Size: 410 x 355 x 430mm (HxWxD).
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Product Details

Safe The FireStar Medium by Safe is from our own brand of multi-purpose fire and security safe and is ideal for use at home or in the office for protecting important paper work and digital media such as external hard drives from fire and theft. This safe comes with a recommended insurance rating of £2,000 cash or £20,000 valuables and is also tested and certified to NT Fire 017 - 60P standard to offer up to 60 minutes fire protection for paper documents.

The safe door is secured by a battery powered digital keypad which can be set with your own user code. For additional piece of mind there is also a unique master code in the event of a lock out.

The safe body is constructed from galvanised steel plate to exacting standards and includes fire resistant barrier material built into the safe walls. The safe body is also finished in an attractive black scratch resistant paint and is prepared for floor fixing by way of pre-drilled holes in the base of the safe, with fixing bolts included. There are also 2 other sizes available in this range.
Dimensions
ExternalH 410 W 355 D 430 mm
InternalH 315 W 260 D 305 mm
Weight36 kg
Volume25 ltr
† Add 40mm to external depth for hinges and handle and keypad.
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Key Features
Insurance Rating*£2,000 Cash
£20,000 Valuables
Recommended by Manufacturer
Fire Protection60 minutes
Locked ByDigital Keypad
Shelves1 (adjustable)
Fixing HolesFloor
Fixing Bolts2 (included)
Warranty2 Years
Protection
Security Certificate
None
Fire Certificates
NT Fire 017 - 60P
Tested by SP - Sweden
DIP120 - 60DM
Tested by Manufacturer
Protection from FireCD/DVD
Digital Media
External Hard Disk
Paper
USB Sticks
Drop Test9.1 meters
Digital Keypad
DisplayNone
PIN Qty2 (user changeable)
PIN Length4 - 16 digits
Batteries4x AA (included)
Battery LocationExternal
Backup EntryMaster Reset
Time DelayNo
Security & Construction
Locking Bolts2
Bolt Diameter16mm
HingesExternal
Fixed Hinge BoltsYes
ConstructionDouble walled steel body and door filled with fire resistant barrier material.
Fittings
Drawers1
Key Hooks4
Features
Fits A4 PaperYes
Interior LightNo
Carpeted InteriorNo
Lifetime Fire ReplacementYes
Guides
User GuideDownload


* It is important to note that the ratings are manufacturer certified and that you must check with your insurer for exact ratings as individual insurer policies do vary.

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FS,
18 February 2011

Quality safe, comes complete with hold down bolts. Batteries mount on outside so can be changed if you accidentally let them go completely flat. Comes with neat slide out trinkets tray and adjustable shelf too.

Only thing, we've added felt to the otherwise unprotected internal surfaces to stop it scratching any jewellery put inside. It will hold unfolded A4 documents too, but folders even only a few mm larger than A4 are too big.

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Anonymous,
14 October 2013

The issue of keeping papers dry (and free of mould) in this type of safe was a challenge to me, as I had not previously understood that this type of safe's effectiveness depends on the internal humidity of its structure.

The instructions accompanying the safe suggest airing it out regularly, which was not practical for me. Having now resolved the problem (I hope) by enclosing my documents in a bag with dessicant, I generally like using it, and am only hoping that what I have done will not...

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M,
17 August 2011

This safe is perfectly fit for my needs. It has a solid built quality and has sufficient space inside.

The coded lock system is plastic and is placed on the front which can easily be sabiotaged. My only concern is that if this is damaged there would be no way to access the inside of the safe.

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Bri,
16 February 2011

I made a big mistake with this purchase, I should of got the larger one, surprised me of how much stuff I should keep in a safe.

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Anonymous,
21 September 2012

Useful shelf & tray.

Other than minor issue with depth of interior (see "Con" below), plenty of space for papers and computer media.

No problems (so far) with setting & using the combination lock.

Could do with being 5-10mm longer from front to back ; only just takes A4 sheets.

may not be feasible

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3 October 2019

Bought this safe due to the need to secure valuable documents, such as wills, passports, deeds and a few electronic storage devices, besides a few valuables ... Read more

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29 May 2019

Easy to install and fixed to floor. Weight depends on size: this size manageable to lift even up stairs.Storage capacity also depends on size! This one takes... Read more

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25 April 2019

Excellent value for money. Sturdy construction with simple to use locking and unlocking. Able to hold A4 paper & various documents easily.

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14 April 2019

Its a good sound product and I am very pleased with it , What more can I say.Thank you.

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28 March 2019

Had the safe for a few months now and am very satisfied with the purchase. Manages to keep all my documents and cash safe as well as some smaller items. Whe... Read more

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Q&A [28]

Questions & Answers (28)

 
I am interested in buying the FireStar Safe but like some of the reviews feel nervous about relying on the electronic lock. The plastic looks flimsy. How would I get access if the lock was maliciously damaged or it just failed?
Anonymous
Although an electronic lock cannot be considered 100% failure proof it is very unusual for a lock to fail. Problems generally experienced by electronic locks tend to be forgotten PIN codes and flat batteries. If you forget your code we can supply a unique master-reset code on production of a proof of purchase and the batteries are installed from the outside of the door and can easily be replaced should they go flat.

In the unlikely event of a failure a qualified locksmith would be required to open the safe. If this occurred during the warranty period the safe would be replaced if required.
Anne K, 13 Apr 2016
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We are thinking of buying this fire safe, please could you advise on the size/type of fixings that secure it to the floor, as we need to check with our premises that we'd be able to attach it without causing any damage.
Karen
The fixing bolts provided with this safe are called Expansion Bolts, with the dimensions - Length: 105mm and Diameter: 12mm. The bolt is designed to anchor against the material it is bolted to, the optimum being a solid concrete surface.

Phil R, 9 Jan 2015
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Is the safe fireproof even with the bolt holes in the bottom?
Jonathan, Devon
The safe arrives with a rubber plug inside each of the bolt holes in the bottom of the safe. This will ensure the safe is air tight and fire proof. The safe is designed to be installed to a solid concrete floor by using the fixing bolts included. Once installed correctly, the safe will be secured from theft and air tight to allow up to 60 minutes fire protection in up to 945° C heat.
Jonathan P, 16 Jul 2014
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What size drill bit do you need to fix this to a concrete floor?
Anonymous
The drill bit size needed for the installation is 12mm.
Steven T, 18 Apr 2018
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I am looking to put the safe in our bedroom on the first floor. Can the safe be bolted to the floorboards? Or does it require to be installed into concrete?
Steven Cullum, Edinburgh
The safe ideally needs to be installed to a concrete or brick surface. Floorboards, unless fixing into the joist, are not strong enough. If you don't have a solid floor surface, you could consider a chemical (glue) installation.
Phil R, 26 Sep 2016
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Is there any reason I can't fit this safe in a cellar below ground level within a solid stone wall? The base would be secured into a concrete pad as you suggest and then I would fill all around the back and sides with expanding foam simply to offer more insulation. The cellar is dry and at a constant 12 degrees all year round. The hole to be fitted into is not near an outside wall and so is not prone to any external water.
Anonymous, Sheffield
Fitting the safe into the cellar is perfectly fine providing it is not subject to damp conditions. The FireStar Series comes prepared for floor fixing rather than to the wall due to the fire protection. Our advice is to install to a concrete floor.
Tom W, 27 Jan 2017
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We have this safe installed and want to change the security code.
Barbara , Ronald
Please find instructions for how to change the combination here
Anne K, 7 Oct 2016
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How do I find the installation video?
David segar, York
The install video is located in the Q&A section on the product page.
Anne K, 26 Jan 2019
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I have FireStar Safe Medium installed however, if I need to change the password/code how can I change as I have no instruction book. Can you help please?
Danny, Leicester
You can download the user guide here.
Tom W, 7 Oct 2016
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Can the FireStar safe be wall mounted?
Mike Griffin, Daventry
Our FireStar safe is only suitable for base fixing to a concrete floor due to its 60 minute fire rating. We do offer wall mount fire safes but they only include a 30 minute fire rating.

Anne K, 13 Apr 2016
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