I believe you can never be too careful or too cautious when it comes to home security. In fact as you are reading this I’m having a fence put up around our large front garden. My house is on a footpath, so last year I had garden gates erected to deter people from walking across my lawn with prams and dogs. But the bush fence that was there hasn’t stopped a drunk from falling asleep on it then rolling into my garden. Also my two-year old running through it and escaping. So I’m having a proper wood fence installed. It will make me feel much safer. Plus if you are forgetful like me having a Police Accredited KeySafe installed is perfect for storing keys if they get lost.
I was sent the C500 Police Accredited KeySafe to try out and see what I thought. Initial thoughts were wow its heavy! Even the poor postman commented on the weighty package as it was handed to me. Now to me if something is that heavy, it means it’s built to last and it would be very hard to break into.
The Supra C500 coded Key Safe is the original Police accredited key safe that can boast the title ‘As secure as your front door’. It has been designed following extensive consultation with users and has a large enough storage capacity for up to 6 keys. Rust and water-resistant. Constructed from Zinc alloy making it attack resistant.
- The Supra C500 Police Accredited KeySafe
- Black weather cover
- 4 x masonry bolts – Torx T30 head (no rawl plugs required)
- Detailed instruction sheet with fitting and drilling guide
What I thought
The KeySafe is an ideal solution for key access to homes of your loved ones. If your elderly relative has a carer, this KeySafe can give you a peace of mind for home security. No more leaving keys under the doormat or plant pot. A key safe can be very beneficial in adult safeguarding situations, as well use for estate agents, and other family members. To avoid having lots of keys cut.
To maintain the Police Accreditation it must be fixed into brick or dense concrete. Not breeze blocks or mortar. This does limit some households including mine. I live in a new build so unfortunately I cannot install it onto my house as it’s made with breeze blocks. There is a clever mounting template on the instruction sheet to get the spacing exact for the bolts.
It’s large enough to store between 1-6 keys depending on key type. But the KeySafe isn’t overly large that it would stick out like a sore thumb on your wall.
The keycode is really easy to set up. There are detailed instructions included and it takes you through each step carefully. I like the thought that there are over 4000 combinations so you can change your code as often as you wish to help keep it secure.
To access your keys, there is only 4 simple steps, so you don’t have to be fumbling out in the rain. In fact I’d say it’s just as fast if not faster to get your keys out of this KeySafe than hunting around at the bottom of your handbag.
Thanks to The KeySafe Company there is one C500 Police Accredited KeySafe worth £59.94 to giveaway.
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*I was sent this KeySafe from The KeySafe Company in exchange for this post, all thoughts are my own.