Office and Home Safes

We stock a variety of safes including

Electronic Safes

Electronic safe locks work the same way as traditional locks but they are opened by entering a four to six-digit combination, set by you, on an electronic keypad. The keypad is battery-powered. When the correct number combination is entered, it engages the mechanism and allows the handle to turn so that you can open the door of the safe. Between the ease of operation, their reliability and stellar security features, such as the anti tamper alarm, there is much to be said for the benefits of electronic safes. 

You can purchase electronic safes for domestic use, i.e - to store your laptop. The Yale Y-LTS Laptop Safe is a good budget option, it has a £1,000 cash rating; this represents the maximum amount to which an insurance company will cover the contents of a safe. It also comes with two manual override keys to bypass your safe's lock mechanism when the pins are lost or the pin code has been forgotten.

Key Operated Safes

Key Operating safes are very simple to use. A key operated safe is opened by inserting the correct key into the lock and turning it to draw back the bolt and allow the door to be opened. As the locking mechanism of a key safe is entirely mechanical, the safe does not require power to be supplied from a battery. The Mini Vault series of key operated safes is ideal for both domestic properties and commercial ones; as is comes in a series of different sizes.

Concealed Safes

We have access to the Asec range of cupboard and under floor safes. Both models are constructed from heavy gauge steel and their flock lining interior prevents damage to contents. The under floor safe has a higher cash rating at £3,000, where as the cupboard safe has a cash rating of £1,000.