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Home Safes With Redundant Lock

Redundant lock home safes offer more convenience as they come for sale equipped with two interconvertible locks of different types. Such safe incorporates the features of an electronic lock and traditional mechanical lock. An electronic lock is usually used more often and some of them utilize alarm system and other features which reinforce the security of a safe. However, if there is an issue with electric power at home, then a mechanical lock is solving the problem. We provide our customers with the opportunity to customize the safe they are buying with a redundant lock option.

Questions & Answers

What is a redundant locking mechanism?
A redundant locking mechanism incorporates locks of different types. Generally such mechanisms come with a mechanical and an electronic locking systems. In order to open the safe an owner can use either of them.

Is a redunadant lock used in home safes?
Yes, it is. Redundant lock home safes are very convenient to use. On the one hand, they include the features of a digital lock such as alarm, more complex code and fast access. On the other hand, if there is an issue with electricity, a mechanical lock can be used to open the safe.

How reliable redundant lock home safes?
Redundant lock home safe is really reliable. It may feature both a robust traditional mechanical lock and security alarm of an electronic lock.

Home safes with a redundant lock of which brands do you offer?
The Safe Keeper sells the safes built by only reliable American brands. And Fort Knox redundant lock home safes are among the best.

How much does a home safe with redundant lock cost?
There are plenty of different models with redundant lock available for sale at our store. You can buy one for the price affordable for you. The range is within $2,500 and $12,000.