• Kidde AccessPoint 001803 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 120 Key
  • Kidde AccessPoint 001803 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 120 Key
Kidde AccessPoint 001803 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 120 Key
Kidde AccessPoint 001803 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 120 Key

Kidde AccessPoint 001803 Key Entry Pro Key Locker, Clay, 120 Key

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  • Key locker is constructed of 17-gauge heavy-duty steel for extra protection of your keys
  • Keyed entry keysafe features a cam lock with 2 keys included; locking wall-mount key cabinet for storing keys
  • Key lock box holds 120 keys safely inside; only can be opened with included keys, perfect for leasing offices, schools, and business parks
  • The keysafe box has a depth for larger key rings; no more having to remove keys from rings to get them to fit inside
  • Key safe includes screw and wall anchors for easy mounting and setup

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Nice box. Good value. Why did we wait so long? We a mess of keys hanging on nails (and falling off). With new security concerns in our neighborhood decided to get tings under control. This is a nice quite sturdy box modest price and handy size. It took a little learning to work the combination but its quite handy. One thing we realized is that the light tan color could end up showing dirty hand marks and give away the combination so we carefully put on a layer of clear packing tape to avoid dirt collection. Combination is easy to set. The size makes it a little tricky to mount securely and the provide holes make it harder to hang on a single stud. Husband first mounted a sturdy board in a location where we had 2 studs close together then attached this box to the board with heavy screws - he had to drill some extra holes but that was not difficult. Can't speak to long term durability tho it is expect to be good. Held back one star on these minor concerns. Would buy again. 4Well made box, but not convenient to use. Heavyweight key box. Well made and easy to change the combination. The open knob has a built in clutch, to prevent forcing the door open. However, the box is too shallow, and the key hangers are very close together. There is little room for spare car keys with remotes. They hang down and block the lower key pegs. Also, the box depends on small numbered plastic tags to hang the keys. This requires you to maintain a paper master list to identify the key associated with each number. All in all, I don't think I would buy it again. There are better boxes with more space inside. 3Didnt come with numbered key tags with key rings :( Says right on the box and product description it comes with 35 numbered key tags with key rings. It only came with some stickers :( I have 2 other similar key boxes and 6 other smaller ones. I like the product quality but not getting the key rings and tags is disappointing.UPDATE: The company read my review and sent me the tags right away. Thank you!!! 4I absolutely love it... FYI also great for storing USB thumb drives ;) I feel like this is a little on the expensive end of some of the less expensive small key cabinets. But well worth the price over the cheapy ones. Very glad I got it. It's heavier gauge steel than I was expecting and feels very solid. Will it keep someone with a crow bar out? No. It may put up a fight against someone with a medium sized flat-head screw driver. And you're not forcing it open at all without some kind of tools. But I wasn't expecting it to be a wall safe. Also glad I went with the touch point lock for something of this nature. Not a fan of all the digital stuff requiring batteries that may die or requiring another key for me to keep track of. And the touch point is a step up from the scrolling combination locks on the cheaper ones. And something I didn't realize until I got this is the knob you turn to open it is spring loaded so if you try to force it while it's locked it will give way and spin around without allowing you to put any force on the locking mechanism inside. Kind of like how an automotive gas cap doesn't let you over-tighten it but this works in both directions. I have seen on youtube the method of defeating these types of locks where they jiggle the knob and the buttons required to unlock it also jiggle. I don't know if they corrected that vulnerability or that only works on well broken in units. But when I tried that with mine only #3 and #8 jiggled... #8 is not even part of my combination and the three other numbers in my combo didn't jiggle at all. Anyway very happy with this cabinet. Will buy another the second I come up with an excuse to justify to myself why I "need" it. On a side note I am using this one mounted to the wall at the end of my desk to store all my USB thumb drives in it. Keeps them fairly secured and neatly organized. Even fit a laptop sized external HDD neatly in the bottom. Could easily fit two small externals back to back in there on their side but you'd loose your lower row of hangers. Anyway, love it. Really think I'm gonna end up with another before long. 5Very sturdy, but some frustration with the key and number-sticker The box is very sturdy and easy to mount on the wall, but there are two frustrating issues:#1: The box ships locked, with all the hardware inside. I could not find the keys, and spent some considerable time and then figured they were missing, and when I decided to return it to Amazon due to missing keys, I "accidentally" found them taped to a piece of packing-styrofoam. They need to come up with a better way to pack the keys with the box.#2: There are multiple rails of hooks, and in the package are several strips of sticky-tape numbers that go above the rails so that each hook on the rail has numbers. You stick the strip to the metal rail, but they come off regularly. 3Nice key cabinet for the money This unit is a good value. If you regard it as a key cabinet with a lock, you will be satisfied. If you regard it as a safe for keys, you will be disappointed. It is a medium-security product. A determined burglar could get it open with the right tools and a few minutes of effort. But the steel is reasonably thick, the door closes flat and without huge gaps to insert a screwdriver or other pry-bar type tool, and the lock is of reasonable quality. I agree with the reviewer who wished for slightly larger hooks; the hooks fit the tags perfectly but do not hold large key rings securely. I did not have the problem described by another reviewer of peeling labels. Finally, one reviewer gave the product a 1-star review because of his inability to get a spare key or a replacement cylinder. I think the unfavorable review was more appropriate for his locksmith than for the key cabinet. The cylinders are readily available from many sources, and an Ilco 1611 blank fits the cylinder perfectly. 4Flawed Keypad The box is solidly built. The combination mechanism is flawed. I made 20 attempts to set the combination. I was never able to release the lock. I bought it thinking that it would be better to have a combination accessible box rather than a keyed access. I was completely wrong. Get the keyed version and you're better off. I will be returning this item. 160 key cabinet for familes, 30 key cabinet for single people If you are like us and have quite a few keys (two cars, motorcycle, ATV, spare vehicle keys, several sets of house keys) then this 60 key cabinet will likely work better than the 30 key version. We tried both, and the '30 key' version is for thirty single keys - only. When you add multiple key key rings, or typically-sized key tags then the number that fits comfortably drops rapidly. So if you have spare house keys, several vehicles also with spare keys, garage keys, and still other keys... don't bother with the 30 key cabinet - it is too small to be useful. The 60 key cabinet gives you room to see the keys - and - access them without moving other keys. We have about 30 key rings in our 60 key cabinet and it looks full, but not too full (which would cause difficulty accessing keys).This is not really a 'safe' in any way. A determined adult will open it from a locked state in under 30 seconds given a screw driver or sturdy rock. But if you want to keep your toddlers out, keep the keys organized, and out of sight - then this will do the trick.In summary, a single person will likely find the 30 keys cabinet suffices. A family - the 60 key cabinet.Recommended. 4Decent organization but overly deep and laughable security pros:- Comes with neat little numbered key rings- layout has lots of vertical space, allows for nice visual organization. (however if you want you rows to be sets of 10, it s not, 5 rows of 12).- feels well built and secure LOOKINGCons- if you have more than 3-4 keys it will be tight on the key ring.- considering this model doesn t have any pages and keys just hang on the back wall it s unnecessarily overly deep by a factor of almost 3x.- THE BIG FACEPALM when you set numbers for your combo there is no sequencing. So if you set 4 numbers then literally any sequence of those 4 numbers will unlock the case. Eg if you set 3142. Then 1234, 4321, 2134 etc will all work as well. This makes guessing a combo a simple matter of knowing how many digits the code might be and then you d only have to guess # of digits in combo x 10 (aka 0-9) number of times to get a possible success. So a 4 digit combo could be guessed in 40 tries. (Someone correct me if this is wrong, but unfortunately since order is irrelevant and digits cannot be repeated, I think this is correct).Disappointingly I can t find any other key lockers that are any better at this capacity. 2Easy to use and set up your personal code Easy to use and set up your personal code. I like that it is push-button and does not need a key or batteries. The one down side is that the code you enter can be pressed in any order to open. For example, your unique code of say 1589 can be entered as 1589, 1895, 1985, 9815, etc. so it is less unique than you may have thought. 5
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Nice box. Good value. Why did we wait so long? We a mess of keys hanging on nails (and falling off). With new security concerns in our neighborhood decided to get tings under control. This is a nice quite sturdy box modest price and handy size. It took a little learning to work the combination but its quite handy. One thing we realized is that the light tan color could end up showing dirty hand marks and give away the combination so we carefully put on a layer of clear packing tape to avoid dirt collection. Combination is easy to set. The size makes it a little tricky to mount securely and the provide holes make it harder to hang on a single stud. Husband first mounted a sturdy board in a location where we had 2 studs close together then attached this box to the board with heavy screws - he had to drill some extra holes but that was not difficult. Can't speak to long term durability tho it is expect to be good. Held back one star on these minor concerns. Would buy again. 4Well made box, but not convenient to use. Heavyweight key box. Well made and easy to change the combination. The open knob has a built in clutch, to prevent forcing the door open. However, the box is too shallow, and the key hangers are very close together. There is little room for spare car keys with remotes. They hang down and block the lower key pegs. Also, the box depends on small numbered plastic tags to hang the keys. This requires you to maintain a paper master list to identify the key associated with each number. All in all, I don't think I would buy it again. There are better boxes with more space inside. 3Didnt come with numbered key tags with key rings :( Says right on the box and product description it comes with 35 numbered key tags with key rings. It only came with some stickers :( I have 2 other similar key boxes and 6 other smaller ones. I like the product quality but not getting the key rings and tags is disappointing.UPDATE: The company read my review and sent me the tags right away. Thank you!!! 4I absolutely love it... FYI also great for storing USB thumb drives ;) I feel like this is a little on the expensive end of some of the less expensive small key cabinets. But well worth the price over the cheapy ones. Very glad I got it. It's heavier gauge steel than I was expecting and feels very solid. Will it keep someone with a crow bar out? No. It may put up a fight against someone with a medium sized flat-head screw driver. And you're not forcing it open at all without some kind of tools. But I wasn't expecting it to be a wall safe. Also glad I went with the touch point lock for something of this nature. Not a fan of all the digital stuff requiring batteries that may die or requiring another key for me to keep track of. And the touch point is a step up from the scrolling combination locks on the cheaper ones. And something I didn't realize until I got this is the knob you turn to open it is spring loaded so if you try to force it while it's locked it will give way and spin around without allowing you to put any force on the locking mechanism inside. Kind of like how an automotive gas cap doesn't let you over-tighten it but this works in both directions. I have seen on youtube the method of defeating these types of locks where they jiggle the knob and the buttons required to unlock it also jiggle. I don't know if they corrected that vulnerability or that only works on well broken in units. But when I tried that with mine only #3 and #8 jiggled... #8 is not even part of my combination and the three other numbers in my combo didn't jiggle at all. Anyway very happy with this cabinet. Will buy another the second I come up with an excuse to justify to myself why I "need" it. On a side note I am using this one mounted to the wall at the end of my desk to store all my USB thumb drives in it. Keeps them fairly secured and neatly organized. Even fit a laptop sized external HDD neatly in the bottom. Could easily fit two small externals back to back in there on their side but you'd loose your lower row of hangers. Anyway, love it. Really think I'm gonna end up with another before long. 5Very sturdy, but some frustration with the key and number-sticker The box is very sturdy and easy to mount on the wall, but there are two frustrating issues:#1: The box ships locked, with all the hardware inside. I could not find the keys, and spent some considerable time and then figured they were missing, and when I decided to return it to Amazon due to missing keys, I "accidentally" found them taped to a piece of packing-styrofoam. They need to come up with a better way to pack the keys with the box.#2: There are multiple rails of hooks, and in the package are several strips of sticky-tape numbers that go above the rails so that each hook on the rail has numbers. You stick the strip to the metal rail, but they come off regularly. 3Nice key cabinet for the money This unit is a good value. If you regard it as a key cabinet with a lock, you will be satisfied. If you regard it as a safe for keys, you will be disappointed. It is a medium-security product. A determined burglar could get it open with the right tools and a few minutes of effort. But the steel is reasonably thick, the door closes flat and without huge gaps to insert a screwdriver or other pry-bar type tool, and the lock is of reasonable quality. I agree with the reviewer who wished for slightly larger hooks; the hooks fit the tags perfectly but do not hold large key rings securely. I did not have the problem described by another reviewer of peeling labels. Finally, one reviewer gave the product a 1-star review because of his inability to get a spare key or a replacement cylinder. I think the unfavorable review was more appropriate for his locksmith than for the key cabinet. The cylinders are readily available from many sources, and an Ilco 1611 blank fits the cylinder perfectly. 4Flawed Keypad The box is solidly built. The combination mechanism is flawed. I made 20 attempts to set the combination. I was never able to release the lock. I bought it thinking that it would be better to have a combination accessible box rather than a keyed access. I was completely wrong. Get the keyed version and you're better off. I will be returning this item. 160 key cabinet for familes, 30 key cabinet for single people If you are like us and have quite a few keys (two cars, motorcycle, ATV, spare vehicle keys, several sets of house keys) then this 60 key cabinet will likely work better than the 30 key version. We tried both, and the '30 key' version is for thirty single keys - only. When you add multiple key key rings, or typically-sized key tags then the number that fits comfortably drops rapidly. So if you have spare house keys, several vehicles also with spare keys, garage keys, and still other keys... don't bother with the 30 key cabinet - it is too small to be useful. The 60 key cabinet gives you room to see the keys - and - access them without moving other keys. We have about 30 key rings in our 60 key cabinet and it looks full, but not too full (which would cause difficulty accessing keys).This is not really a 'safe' in any way. A determined adult will open it from a locked state in under 30 seconds given a screw driver or sturdy rock. But if you want to keep your toddlers out, keep the keys organized, and out of sight - then this will do the trick.In summary, a single person will likely find the 30 keys cabinet suffices. A family - the 60 key cabinet.Recommended. 4Decent organization but overly deep and laughable security pros:- Comes with neat little numbered key rings- layout has lots of vertical space, allows for nice visual organization. (however if you want you rows to be sets of 10, it s not, 5 rows of 12).- feels well built and secure LOOKINGCons- if you have more than 3-4 keys it will be tight on the key ring.- considering this model doesn t have any pages and keys just hang on the back wall it s unnecessarily overly deep by a factor of almost 3x.- THE BIG FACEPALM when you set numbers for your combo there is no sequencing. So if you set 4 numbers then literally any sequence of those 4 numbers will unlock the case. Eg if you set 3142. Then 1234, 4321, 2134 etc will all work as well. This makes guessing a combo a simple matter of knowing how many digits the code might be and then you d only have to guess # of digits in combo x 10 (aka 0-9) number of times to get a possible success. So a 4 digit combo could be guessed in 40 tries. (Someone correct me if this is wrong, but unfortunately since order is irrelevant and digits cannot be repeated, I think this is correct).Disappointingly I can t find any other key lockers that are any better at this capacity. 2Easy to use and set up your personal code Easy to use and set up your personal code. I like that it is push-button and does not need a key or batteries. The one down side is that the code you enter can be pressed in any order to open. For example, your unique code of say 1589 can be entered as 1589, 1895, 1985, 9815, etc. so it is less unique than you may have thought. 5
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