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Honeywell 0.39 cu. ft. Fireproof and Waterproof Chest EXPIRED

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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
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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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Been as low as $70 but I missed that deal. https://slickdeals.net/f/12808585-honeywell-0-39-cu-ft-waterproof-fireproof-chest-1114-70-free-shipping

Most lighter safes have much lower temperature and duration ratings.
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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!
It's not a safe, it's a waterproof, fireproof storage box that's big enough to hold legal sized papers without needing to fold them.
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Been as low as $70 but I missed that deal. https://slickdeals.net/f/12808585-honeywell-0-39-cu-ft-waterproof-fireproof-chest-1114-70-free-shipping

Most lighter safes have much lower temperature and duration ratings.
It is effectively 70 if you have Amex
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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.
Safe deposit boxes are NOT safe : Check out this NY times article :
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/1...theft.html
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Rwpped for the details, I'm surprised it weighs that much though!
Fwiw.. My thought was the heavier the better. Heavier is better protection and more secure less encouragement for bad guy to walk away with it... 😁
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really too small to be of use for the price
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Bought this one a couple years ago. A couple notes:
-It's HEAVY. Approximately 60lbs empty. It's true that that would make it harder to steal, but my wife struggles to get it out of the closet if she needs to access it.
-Like others have said, the lock is complete garbage. The key is flimsy and reminds me of something you would see on a bike lock. Mine hasn't broken yet, but I worry about it every time.
-The seal on the case traps moister creating humidity inside that can ruin sensative documents. If you get this model, be sure to also pick up a couple moisture absorbing blocks to put inside.

I honestly wouldn't recommend this one. It's essentially a fire box that's trying to be safe, with a really crappy lock.
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It's not a safe, it's a waterproof, fireproof storage box that's big enough to hold legal sized papers without needing to fold them.
I agree with you. I have this to protect my papers in case of a fire. I just leave the key in the lock. The thing is heavy enough that a burglar would look inside if the key were there before deciding on whether or not to take it.

Once you really look into safes, you start wondering whether they're worth while or not for residential use. Even the high end safes are only rated in "hours" before they give out to a determined (and slight skilled) thief. If you're on vacation, you're gonna be screwed anyway.
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Safe deposit boxes are NOT safe : Check out this NY times article :
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/1...theft.html
There's an exception to everything. Planes very occasionally crash. Does that mean one shouldn't fly? Same for cars, food, leaving your home...
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Appreciate the comments from the community. Does anyone have recommendation to keep an eye out for?
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these are junk. anything you buy from big box stores in terms of security or fire proof is nothing but gimmicks and marketing. go on YouTube and see how easy these things get opened along with other safes. i hope you're not storing anything valuable in these because you'll regret it. do your research instead of wasting your money
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Once you really look into safes, you start wondering whether they're worth while or not for residential use. Even the high end safes are only rated in "hours" before they give out to a determined (and slight skilled) thief. If you're on vacation, you're gonna be screwed anyway.
It's pretty rare for a house to be destroyed by fire unless you live in a place where fire goes crazy all the time. Bad guys breaking in and stealing things are far more common. The majority of these guys aren't what you would call professional level - junkies and lowlifes looking for a quick buck. They break in during the day and want to quickly grab something worth money and GTFO. If they saw one of these, it'd be tempting. 60 pounds though, who knows.
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It's pretty rare for a house to be destroyed by fire unless you live in a place where fire goes crazy all the time. Bad guys breaking in and stealing things are far more common. The majority of these guys aren't what you would call professional level - junkies and lowlifes looking for a quick buck. They break in during the day and want to quickly grab something worth money and GTFO. If they saw one of these, it'd be tempting. 60 pounds though, who knows.
I agree with that, but I bought this box to specifically insure against fire for paperwork that would only be important to me. That is literally what this box is for. If you want to store valuables that have actual value, this is not it.
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I'd buy to put these in for safe keeping...safe long and prosperity for not scoring anytime soon.
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