Designed to protect your important documents, the SentrySafe SFW123DSB Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe protects documents, valuables, and digital media from fire, water, and theft. Ideal for your home and office security needs, featuring solid steel construction with a secondary locking key to provide additional protection from unwanted access.

Product Features

  • Fireproof safe is UL Classified to endure 1 hour at 1700°F and keep interior temperatures safe for irreplaceable documents, valuables, DVDs, and USBs; ETL Verified to withstand a 15 foot fall during a fire and remain closed
  • Waterproof safe is ETL Verified for 24 hours of protection in water up to 8 inches deep offering peace of mind in the event of a flood. Protect tablets, phones, external hard drives, memory cards, USB drives, CDs, DVDs and other electronic storage devices
  • Preset dial combination fire safe with secondary locking key for strong security; combination safe features four live-locking bolts, steel construction, pry-resistant hinge bar, shelf, and bolt down hardware
  • Exterior: 16.3 in. W x 19.3 in. D x 17.8 in. H; door requires 14.75 in. of clearance to fully open; Interior: 12.6 in. W x 11.9 in. D x 13.8 in. H; large 1.23 cubic foot capacity; weighs 86 pounds
  • Should your fireproof safe be damaged by fire or water, SentrySafe will provide a replacement safe so the things that matter most are protected for generations to come; US based customer service for product-related questions and services

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3 Comments on SentrySafe SFW123DSB Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Dial Combination 1.23 Cubic Feet

  1. Sleeping Better If you are like me, you have debated buying a home safe for awhile. You have researched. Walked by them and tested handles in the store. Looked at the price. Then looked at the price again and decided you can wait. I’ve done all of that for too many years now and finally decided to go ahead and spend the money and buy one. I couldn’t find any that were “affordable” that didn’t have some kind of poor review. I think people spend the money, get the safe and realize that what they…

  2. Cheap Handle, Cheap Manual Lock, Cheap Clutch Cheap handle, cheap manual lock, and cheap internal clutch mechanism which quickly fails over time. I bought the safe in June 2017, tested it, programmed it, tested it, bolted it down, tested it, and put valuables in it. 6 months later it wouldn’t open. The solenoid or clutch or lock have frozen. Now they tell me often if you don’t open the safe regularly it somehow freezes (so it’s my fault). Then, incredibly terrible and frustrating customer service process (the reps were nice enough), but…

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