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Master Lock Push Button Mini Key Safe

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21st July 2020

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This push button key safe from Master Lock is perfect for regular use and doesn't rely on batteries.
  • Mechanical push button lock (12 buttons).
  • Holds up to 4 Yale type design keys.
  • Protective weather resistant rubber cover.
  • Ideal for care workers, cleaners, workmen or children.
  • 10 Year Manufacturer Guarantee.
  • Size: 132 x 95 x 60mm (HxWxD)
  • Internal: 98 x 48 x 32mm (HxWxD)
Ref: MAS-5412

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Product Details

Master Lock With 12 rubber buttons to enter a user-changeable PIN code, the Master Lock Select Access key safe offers unbeatable quality in a compact and secure package.

Holding 4-7 Yale style keys in an easily mounted weatherproof box, Master Lock's key safe is recommended for sharing keys with care workers, cleaners, and neighbours.
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Richard Savage,
6 July 2011

A sizeable enclosure with 12 possible alphanumeric buttons to choose from. Note that the numbers can be entered in any order so it is not a high security device. I'm trying to persuade my parents to get one.

The lock release button requires a fair amount of effort to operate and it's quite slippery. Thus, it can cost you a nail or two so it might not be for those with long fingernails. The fixing supplied are not suitable. I used hammer fixings although this did mean that I had to enlarge...

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Anonymous,
8 June 2011

This keysafe is ideal if one wants it for regular use. The push button access is better than a dial system as even if left open accidentally the number is not visible.

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Anonymous,
25 May 2011

The first key safe we bought was too difficult to use. The buttons to open the safe were too tough and it hurt the fingers. However, on contacting the supplier, they replaced it with another with no question or quibbling and it was sent immediately. I was impressed. This second one is providing us with a very satisfactory service. Thank you.

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Mrs Thomas,
10 August 2011

Robust box, good quality. The buttons are quite heavy to use, you need strong fingers to push the opening button downwards

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Codger,
27 April 2011

Bought for use by Carers for 88 year old. Carers familiar with this make now problems at all. Strongly made Vandal proof and waterproof

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16 April 2020

Not bad really easy to install, no one had tried to brake in to it yet all good looks grate

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8 August 2019

The only reason I hadn't invested in a mini key safe sooner was because, out of ignorance ,I felt I would never be able to trust one to do the job properly.H... Read more

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17 March 2016

Tricky to install when putting the lowest screw in the wall. The ulocking latch needs to be used when closing the safe. Other wise good value for money

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9 October 2014

Its a little bit fiddly but very happy overall.

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31 October 2013

It is a well built product and very roomy given its functional requirements. The problem lies with the key pad the keys are a little small so they hurt your ... Read more

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Questions & Answers (4)

 
Does the installation of a key safe effect regular household insurance?
Anonymous
As with any security item, you must always check with your insurance company to see how things affect your policy.

We don't sell any Key Safe that is officially insurance approved but we do have the GE C500 Police Approved KeySafe which is currently the highest security rated key safe on our website.
Jonathan P, 10 Jun 2014
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Can this key-safe be fixed into wood. I see some key safes are for fixing into bricks or cement only.
Anonymous
Yes, the unit can be installed into wood. However the bolts that come with the unit are masonry bolts. You may need to purchase additional bolts suitable for wood from your local hardware store.
Tom W, 9 Mar 2015
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How can I get instructions on how to change the pin number?
Kenneth Hancock, Chesham
You can find instructions on how to change the pin on the User Guide.
John W, 17 Feb 2015
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Must the numbers be entered in the correct sequence or will any order open the safe?
Anonymous
Whatever PIN you choose can be entered in any sequence. It is called non-sequential PIN entry and means your chosen PIN code can be entered in any order providing the correct digits are used. E.g. if you chose 1234 as your code this could be entered as 4321, 3241, 1432 or any other variation of 1234.

This system applies to all mechanical push button locks. The only alternative is a Dial Combo Lock Key Safe. The lock is similar to a bike lock with a PIN that must be entered in sequence.
Anthony N, 14 May 2014
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