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Why is it that i cant find a legitimate review of personal safes online? All of the sites are clearly clickbait..."Check prices now" bs.

I have been looking for a decent safe sub $300 for quite some time. I want manual/dial so i dont need to worry about batteries. Anyone have hands on experience with SFW205DPB (first sentry safe link)? Some of the plastic components seem pretty cheap which worries me. Anyone have any recommended sub $300 dial style safes?
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Posted here is a really good deal I took advantage of this morning before even seeing this post. I had been keeping an eye on the Stack-On Armorguard 18 Gun Safe [homedepot.com] and this is easily the best price in quite some time, maybe ever. A lot of deals fail to include the freight shipping price, which is generally upwards of $150, but this deal includes that and comes in at a total of $430.

Not mentioned in the OP is that Armorguard is just a line of safe sold by Stack-On. Great quality, great price. 300 lbs. Low profile safe, fire rated for 30 mins at 1400+ degrees
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Why is it that i cant find a legitimate review of personal safes online? All of the sites are clearly clickbait..."Check prices now" bs.

I have been looking for a decent safe sub $300 for quite some time. I want manual/dial so i dont need to worry about batteries. Anyone have hands on experience with SFW205DPB (first sentry safe link)? Some of the plastic components seem pretty cheap which worries me. Anyone have any recommended sub $300 dial style safes?
I 100% agree with you on this - there are no reliable sites reviewing these things whatsoever. It's all clearly either pay to play or just plain clickbait nonsense.


I am looking at the same one you mentioned here - seems like it's pretty nice. I just need something to store important documents and small valuables that is fire and water safe. While obviously a criminal mastermind will have no problem breaking in to something like this, I can live with that risk and mainly just want something that is big and bulky enough to deter someone from picking it up and running off with it, or something that will slow someone down for at least a few minutes while my security system does its job.

The main thing to me is: It's fire and water safe for at least some amount of protection (check), it's heavy enough (lets say over 100 pounds) so that anyone trying to run off with it would have a hell of a time getting it out of my house easily (check), and it doesn't have some dumb electronic lock that is going to fail a few years down the road (check)


This might be a winner for me.
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Posted here is a really good deal I took advantage of this morning before even seeing this post. I had been keeping an eye on the Stack-On Armorguard 18 Gun Safe [homedepot.com] and this is easily the best price in quite some time, maybe ever. A lot of deals fail to include the freight shipping price, which is generally upwards of $150, but this deal includes that and comes in at a total of $430.

Not mentioned in the OP is that Armorguard is just a line of safe sold by Stack-On. Great quality, great price. 300 lbs. Low profile safe, fire rated for 30 mins at 1400+ degrees
You are right $430 including of Shipping before taxes is the best price.
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You are right $430 including of Shipping before taxes is the best price.
Why do you think that is a better price than say the 36-40 Gun one? These 18-Gun safes are very small and definitely cannot get 18 Long Guns in them.
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I 100% agree with you on this - there are no reliable sites reviewing these things whatsoever. It's all clearly either pay to play or just plain clickbait nonsense.


I am looking at the same one you mentioned here - seems like it's pretty nice. I just need something to store important documents and small valuables that is fire and water safe. While obviously a criminal mastermind will have no problem breaking in to something like this, I can live with that risk and mainly just want something that is big and bulky enough to deter someone from picking it up and running off with it, or something that will slow someone down for at least a few minutes while my security system does its job.

The main thing to me is: It's fire and water safe for at least some amount of protection (check), it's heavy enough (lets say over 100 pounds) so that anyone trying to run off with it would have a hell of a time getting it out of my house easily (check), and it doesn't have some dumb electronic lock that is going to fail a few years down the road (check)


This might be a winner for me.
Looking for something similar. ~100lbs, fire and water proof, manual dial. Question is, is that a good price?
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Thanks! Been looking for a small-ish gun safe. Was close to buying the Harbor Freight one, but the Amourguard 18 appears to be a much better safe and is fire rated as a bonus!
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got one, thanks.
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Why is it that i cant find a legitimate review of personal safes online? All of the sites are clearly clickbait..."Check prices now" bs.

I have been looking for a decent safe sub $300 for quite some time. I want manual/dial so i dont need to worry about batteries. Anyone have hands on experience with SFW205DPB (first sentry safe link)? Some of the plastic components seem pretty cheap which worries me. Anyone have any recommended sub $300 dial style safes?
Check YouTube. They have reviews on everything. Including most of these safes
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Why is it that i cant find a legitimate review of personal safes online? All of the sites are clearly clickbait..."Check prices now" bs.

I have been looking for a decent safe sub $300 for quite some time. I want manual/dial so i dont need to worry about batteries. Anyone have hands on experience with SFW205DPB (first sentry safe link)? Some of the plastic components seem pretty cheap which worries me. Anyone have any recommended sub $300 dial style safes?
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I 100% agree with you on this - there are no reliable sites reviewing these things whatsoever. It's all clearly either pay to play or just plain clickbait nonsense.


I am looking at the same one you mentioned here - seems like it's pretty nice. I just need something to store important documents and small valuables that is fire and water safe. While obviously a criminal mastermind will have no problem breaking in to something like this, I can live with that risk and mainly just want something that is big and bulky enough to deter someone from picking it up and running off with it, or something that will slow someone down for at least a few minutes while my security system does its job.

The main thing to me is: It's fire and water safe for at least some amount of protection (check), it's heavy enough (lets say over 100 pounds) so that anyone trying to run off with it would have a hell of a time getting it out of my house easily (check), and it doesn't have some dumb electronic lock that is going to fail a few years down the road (check)


This might be a winner for me.
Honestly the Lock Picking Lawyer has shown me that none of these safes are really secure. Anyone with knowledge can break into it.

The only use would be for fire or water protection. It will not keep people away from your documents if they want to get in though.
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My local Homedepot store has the entrance blocked by a huge block of bricks these days. Plywood board isn't sufficient it looks like.

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Honestly the Lock Picking Lawyer has shown me that none of these safes are really secure. Anyone with knowledge can break into it.

The only use would be for fire or water protection. It will not keep people away from your documents if they want to get in though.
Does he (or you) have a recommendation?
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From videos of looting i've seen, this practically invites people to steal it and open it up. stealth hiding is the way to go. Or have one of these as a decoy.
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Honestly the Lock Picking Lawyer has shown me that none of these safes are really secure. Anyone with knowledge can break into it.

The only use would be for fire or water protection. It will not keep people away from your documents if they want to get in though.
Also for gun safes it's the law to keep guns locked up (in CA at least) and for good reason -- if a child gets a hold of your gun you're liable. I'm guessing kids don't yet have the knowledge to do this.

Also I'm sure plenty of more professional burglars are able to break these, but is every person who breaks into a house to grab TVs, laptops, etc, going to have the knowledge and tools to open a safe? I don't know but I would be surprised if they all do.
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