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Honeywell 0.39 cu. ft. Fireproof and Waterproof Chest

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Staples has Honeywell 0.39 cu. ft. Fireproof and Waterproof Chest (1114) + Filler Item on sale for $80.58 when you apply coupon code 41464 and follow the steps below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks ranishraj
  1. Add Honeywell 0.39 cu. ft. Fireproof and Waterproof Chest to cart
  2. Add Filler item priced at $0.01 or more to cart
  3. Apply coupon code 41464 in cart
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  • This chest is capable of 1 Hour UL Fire Protection (up to 1700° F)
  • Waterproof seal keeps contents dry for 24 hours

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Original price of this product is $169.95 on Honeywell store.
Amazon, Bestbuy Bed Bath and Beyond provide it around $150

Staples sell it for $99.99 (make sure to purchase some papers for 99c to make it $100)

Only one of below will work:
Coupon code: 49795 for $30 staples cashback
Coupon code: 68599 for $20 off - These codes are dead but check the FP post for a working code

Use Amex Everyday credit card to get additional $10 cashback on $40 + on Staples

https://www.staples.com/honeywell...ct_2724229
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I bought this chest from Staples ~6 months ago - I would NOT buy one again.

TL;DR - The lock is miserable and broke closed after < 10 uses, required picking.

My comments:

-Its heavy, you wont be running away with it
-It can really hurt your fingers when closing - the lid is so heavy it needs those pneumatic dampers to prevent real damage
-The lock is TERRIBLE! My unit had its pins (technically, leaves) bend internally after no more than ten operations with the key and no force used.I had to resort to picking the lock to open it.
-There is NO WAY to replace the locking cylinder.
-The locking pawl is very flimsy as well... one can open this unit with a little force in the right place and a metal ruler.
-I do like the latches, they function well.

Hit me up with more questions if you wish!
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Decent deal but it is not $60, effectively or otherwise. $30 in Staples rewards is not even remotely close to the same thing as $30 in cash.
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Outer Dimensions (H x W x D): 7.3 x 20 x 17.2 in.
Interior Dimensions (H x W x D): 3.8 x 14.8 x 12 in.
Weight: 41.9 lbs.
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Coupon code: 49795 for $30 back
$30 is back in Rewards

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Use Amex Everyday credit card to get additional $10 cashback on $40 + on Staples
YMMV, which would make it $100 with $30 in Rewards or $80 with $20 off
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"The Honeywell 1114 fire chest is large enough to hold letter size, A4 and legal size documents flat. Safely stores envelopes, media devices and digital drives. This item is waterproof for up to 24 hours under a 39-inch water depth and fireproof for 1 hour at 1700 degrees."

not bad
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$30 is back in Rewards



YMMV, which would make it $100 with $30 in Rewards or $80 with $20 off
It can be combined.. So you get 30$ back in rewards from staples and 10$ cashback using Amex. To effectively the final cost comes to 60$
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It can be combined.. So you get 30$ back in rewards from staples and 10$ cashback using Amex. To effectively the final cost comes to 60$
Decent deal but it is not $60, effectively or otherwise. $30 in Staples rewards is not even remotely close to the same thing as $30 in cash.
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This thing is so small inside. Don't waste your money.
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It'd be nice to know the actual dimensions inside. I was planning to store some diplomas. Anyone have experience?
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Grabbed one, thanks! Finally able to use the $30 off $60 code in my email. Check your emails for the subject "IT'S CONFIRMED: You've unlocked a $30 COUPON!". Brings the total to $70 pre tax so OP's codes won't work, but the $10 off $40 Amex offer will!
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It'd be nice to know the actual dimensions inside. I was planning to store some diplomas. Anyone have experience?
Outer Dimensions (H x W x D): 7.3 x 20 x 17.2 in.
Interior Dimensions (H x W x D): 3.8 x 14.8 x 12 in.
Weight: 41.9 lbs.
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Outer Dimensions (H x W x D): 7.3 x 20 x 17.2 in.
Interior Dimensions (H x W x D): 3.8 x 14.8 x 12 in.
Weight: 41.9 lbs.
Rwpped for the details, I'm surprised it weighs that much though!
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We used to have a smaller version that somehow got lost in a move. But I'm wondering, how necessary are such things these days if you've digitized everything and keep valuable items in a safe deposit box? Are digitized (i.e. scanned) original documents valid in court proceedings and for other official, legal and financial business?

Although, I suppose that even if that's the case, you still want to protect items that are inconvenient to keep in safe deposit boxes and prefer to keep at home, e.g. passports if you travel abroad often, frequently worn jewelry, etc.

Btw, OP, please include final price in deal title.
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We used to have a smaller version that somehow got lost in a move. But I'm wondering, how necessary are such things these days if you've digitized everything and keep valuable items in a safe deposit box? Are digitized (i.e. scanned) original documents valid in court proceedings and for other official, legal and financial business?

Although, I suppose that even if that's the case, you still want to protect items that are inconvenient to keep in safe deposit boxes and prefer to keep at home, e.g. passports if you travel abroad often, frequently worn jewelry, etc.

Btw, OP, please include final price in deal title.

I think it depends. In my experience with government related paperwork, they almost always need the original (Green card, citizenship, passport, etc). As for credit checks and loan application, copies were more than enough
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I think it depends. In my experience with government related paperwork, they almost always need the original (Green card, citizenship, passport, etc). As for credit checks and loan application, copies were more than enough
You're probably right, so either safe deposit or a fireproof box, and if you're really paranoid, a fireproof hidden home safe with alarm.
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I bought this chest from Staples ~6 months ago - I would NOT buy one again.

TL;DR - The lock is miserable and broke closed after < 10 uses, required picking.

My comments:

-Its heavy, you wont be running away with it
-It can really hurt your fingers when closing - the lid is so heavy it needs those pneumatic dampers to prevent real damage
-The lock is TERRIBLE! My unit had its pins (technically, leaves) bend internally after no more than ten operations with the key and no force used.I had to resort to picking the lock to open it.
-There is NO WAY to replace the locking cylinder.
-The locking pawl is very flimsy as well... one can open this unit with a little force in the right place and a metal ruler.
-I do like the latches, they function well.

Hit me up with more questions if you wish!
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