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    hey. thanks for the heads up. will go there tomorrow. my house near cisco. no problem. just a 10 min drive for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkangel View Post
    I would prefer a CISCO safe..now got promo I think first year got discount on rental iirc

    though it's quite a hassle...but I think it's ok la
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    This is a good informative thread on safe.
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    the best put at home in safe lah, thn buy insurance... hehee

    put deposit box, on the way there & back kanna rob...hahaa

    also very ex 1, once awhile must touch touch mah...

    split the watches location loh, less thn 10k in safe... more thn 10k, chin chye hide somewhere... kanna rob, those cheaper 1 in safe gone nia

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    Got this for $249 on promotion.
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    looks good......... and best to mount to wall......... there are pre-drilled holes inside right?
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    at least the design of it looks good.Not like those at supermarkets..

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    My personal advise is get those with key + numpad . You need both to open .

    Anyhow i dun feel secure if the battery corrode the electronics inside and the valuables inside need to spend money and get safe crackers to open .

    Get those with master key to bypass one safer .
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    Quote Originally Posted by marineguy8888 View Post
    My personal advise is get those with key + numpad . You need both to open .

    Anyhow i dun feel secure if the battery corrode the electronics inside and the valuables inside need to spend money and get safe crackers to open .

    Get those with master key to bypass one safer .
    Yup true...get electronic and key 1 better....if u dun want electronic can get the old school turning lock 1...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkangel View Post
    Yup true...get electronic and key 1 better....if u dun want electronic can get the old school turning lock 1...
    i think key and combo better. Harder to break. Electronics can fail, and so can mechanical. It is up to those who purchase to make that decision.
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    Hehehe...last time my grandma used to have a big heavy 1 at home...then i hand itchy go turn the combi...hehehe...then got alarm sound...my mum had to go home and use key+ combi to open.


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