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The Stack-On Large Safe with Biometric Lock features solid steel, pry resistant doors with concealed hinges and 2 steel, live action locking bolts. Includes a backlit biometric lock for greater security and quick access. Back up key is included. Safe body includes pre-drilled holes for mounting to the floor/shelf and wall. Fastening hardware is included. Great security for pistols, ammo and valuables at home, on the road, or in the office. Safe should be mounted to a solid surface to ensure the security of their contents. This safe is a California-approved Firearm Safety Device that meet the requirements of Penal Code section 23655 and the regulations issued thereunder.
This is a good safe and I mounted it to a solid work space and the wall as soon as I pulled it out of the package (after programming the bio lock). The only reason i gave it four stars is because the description of the product said it had a four number combination lock as well and it only has the biometric lock and manual key. Picture and product are different.Kscowboybrad
Perfect for storing my handgun ammo and some documents. Will store four cases easily on the top self.Mlwang
Biometrics are horrible
I bought this safe for it's convenient size and because the biometric feature sounded really awesome. Who wants to be digging for keys when they want or need in the safe in a hurry?
I got everything together as per the instructions. I placed the safe where I planned on putting it. I followed the steps to program a fingerprint. Failure after failure after failure frustrated me. It wouldn't read the first fingerprint, or if it actually read the first one, when I went to do the second or third, it would fail. I'll bet it took me 20 to 30 attempts to get 1 fingerprint recorded. That recorded fingerprint has NEVER successfully opened the safe. I've locked out the biometric scanner more times than I care to mention.
I contacted Stack-on support and was given a list of reasons why it wouldn't work. None seemed to apply to me. They basically hinted around (but didn't say it verbally) that I was doing something wrong.
I've left the key door off and use it as a key safe. A very expensive key safe for what it is.John
Seemed good at first but it's junk.
Seemed good at first, now junk which is dangerous when you can't open it quickly! The first day or so it seemed to do everything promised and opened using various saved prints. Them a week later I tried to open it and not one of the saved prints would work. Had to go get the key. Do not buy this safe. It is far too expensive for a safe needing a key to open, and could let you down in an emergency if you use it to secure a firearm. Either spend the money for an actual fire/water proof safe/box, more for a biometric safe that works, or more for a large full size real safe. Thankfully Walmart has always been great about returns. So I will either take it back, or make a YouTube video if I am able to actuall smash and force it open quickly with just my hands and no tools. And then toss it out. The reason I mention that is because it feels very weak and I wonder what it would really take to distort the shape enough to force open. It pays to spend more and get a good product. Don't waste money or risk your safety on this one.RealtyPro7
This was the second Stack-On Biometric safe I tried (two different models) in three weeks. Both were defective. The first one I purchased I scanned four of my prints and would not scan any of my wife's but opened using any finger.
This one would not scan any of my fingers but would open and close freely. I called Stack-On thinking I may have been doing something wrong and they said it was defective. They didn't even try to troubleshoot.phillypp