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Target.com has Select Honeywell Fire & Water Chests on sale. Choose free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders over $35Also available (note, not fire & water safe like the above):
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Last Edited by android January 23, 2021 at 11:45 AM
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#61
Quote from deeeds :
These things are pretty useless. It's not fireproof, it's not water proof, and if you have a little muscle you can push the lid to one side and the latch will go the other way, making it pretty damn easy to open without a key.

Save your money for a real safe or just get a briefcase,



There's a handle but I wouldn't trust that. Also the lid can be pushed to the side to disengage the latch without a key. These things are pretty worthless unless you keeping something away from a baby/toddler.
What about using it against fire and flood?
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True slickdealers use rice to absorb moisture
Rice they've swept up at wedding venues, as well
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The Fire and Water Chests are NOT security safes. They are in no way meant to protect items from being stolen. The "lock" on these is only meant to be a latch to hold the chest closed and keep sealed in case of a fire or flood. They can be popped open with a small screwdriver. And there is no way to secure them down, and obviously they are small enough to be carried away by a thief. And no the handles are not strong enough to lock them to something securely.

Here is how these chests protect against fire. Inside the plastic covering of the chest is filled with a gypsum / cement type material that holds moisture. If the chest is heated by fire, it obviously gets warmer. In doing so, it heats the moisture in the middle layer and the moisture is released inside the chest as steam. The steam can only get to 212° and will keep the temperature on the inside of the chest from rising quickly and delays the contents from catching fire until all the moisture has evaporated from the extreme heat on the outside. After this point the contents are no longer protected from the fire. This is how almost all fire safes work (including almost all fire resistant gun safes lined with drywall).
I say all this because it leads me to describe the moisture issue. The inside of these chest stay VERY damp, even with desiccant. And you really don't want them to be too dry because that's how they work. In a fire, the items inside the chest WILL get a super heater steam bath! So anything that you want to protect, whether it is papers, metal, or electronic needs to be sealed in a waterproof container. Anything that can withstand a dishwasher should work, including Ziploc bags and Tupperware should work. So seal your items inside the waterproof container with desiccant packs inside the waterproof container with your valuables. The instructions say this too.
So just know what you're getting with these. They do serve a purpose. Just don't expect security. These are also great to put inside a larger gun safe with your valuables inside, especially papers and electronics like flash drives and hard drives.
Very detailed information. Thanks.
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Any good deals on bulk purchases? Wanna dump everywhere in the closet
Silica gel is just processed beach sand and recycled glass, and one of the most widely produced generic products. You don't need a deal, it's sold at rock bottom razor margin prices as it is. Search any website with home improvement stuff. The giant packs are common to throw in every nook on boats, so try that keyword.
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Quote from 5lickd34l3r :
Another video on how easy it is to open up the digital safe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8XhSpdPBSY
Well, you would think you would have a bunch of stuff in your safe to prevent the person from doing this.
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had it in physical cart at the store....went to register and its no longer on sale. refreshed the page on my phone and its back at regular price. 10 min too late.
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I came here for the Honeywell Fire & Water Chest (.15 cu ft) but it's no longer available, darn.
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I could break into this so...ohh..see...I already opened it. Lol.
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for anyone into safe's, what is this one in particular good for...?
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Can I keep my sammiches in this?
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Pro tip: throw a silica packet or two in there; Keeps my sentry safe in good shape.
I agree.
Also, there are plenty of those from the merchandise you buy that comes with it.
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I went to my target that said limited availability. Nothing available.

What's the next best safe for fire and waterproof?

Thanks.

I need store cash, jewelry, passport.
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I went to my target that said limited availability. Nothing available.

What's the next best safe for fire and waterproof?

Thanks.

I need store cash, jewelry, passport.
No safe is water proof so put your stuff in a ZipLock bag and then put the sealed bag into a safe. Next cheapest deal is Walmart. They sell Brinks safes in the $20-$30 range.
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Deal is dead as of yesterday. Found one at my local Target but the online price changed back to normal and at the register too so I turned around and put it back on the shelf.
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Did anyone get some random junk instead of the fire and water chest? I'm curious if this happened to anyone else?
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