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Masterlock Key Safe

Being locked out of your house or office is one of the most frustrating things. It might result in a long wait for someone else to get home to let you in or even worse – a callout by a locksmith to open up the door for you. You could leave a key under a mat or a plant pot, but everyone knows these are the first places burglars look for your hidden key. With a key safe, you can minimise the risk of having a spare key outside and make sure it’s always there when you need it. In the long run, buying a Masterlock key safe is going to save you a lot of time and frustration, and least of all a lot of money.

What is a Masterlock Key Safe?

To have your spare keys accessible and secure outside your home or office building couldn’t be easier and safer with the Masterlock key safe. Built from cast aluminium and resistant to rust, the key safe can withstand attempts to break it open from hammers or hacksaws and is solid enough to keep any opportunist thief out. The Masterlock key safe is locked by means of a 4 digit combination lock with ten thousand combination possibilities which you can change yourself as often and as many times as you need to. It is big enough to store at least 5 keys so even if you need a few keys to be kept in an easily accessible location, this key safe should be big enough for you.

Costs of a Masterlock Key Safe

  • Crime Prevention Products is an online store specialising in all things security and offer the key safe for £22.22.
  • Master Lock and Safe are based in Southport and retail the Masterlock key safe for £19.95.
  • Lock Centre are located in Barnet Herts and also sell a selection of key safes, including this one that sells for £24.99. They offer mail orders on all their products but ship at your expense.

Installing a Masterlock Key Safe

Because the installation process of the Masterlock Key Safe means mounting it to a wall or floor, it does mean you need to drill some holes and sometimes you might want to enlist the help of a willing friend or relative. If you’re brave enough to install it yourself, you’ll need a drill, a Phillips head screwdriver and a pencil. The installation process is explained in the instruction manual but if you need further guidance you can always contact the shop where you bought the Masterlock Key Safe for help or to organise a professional to install it for you.

If you’ve been the victim of an accidental locking out of your home or office, you’ll know just how frustrating it has been to wait for another key holder to arrive and let you in. With the Masterlock Key Safe installed, you’ll never be more than a combination lock away from your spare keys and they will always be safe and secure inside the Masterlock Key Safe.

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