SentrySafe X055 Review

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  • Paraphantasm
    Paraphantasm  1 months back

    It's crap

    • dsrevo79
      dsrevo79  7 months back

      Is it fire proof?

      • Agnes V
        Agnes V  8 months back

        Thank you.

        • J. T.
          J. T.  1 years back

          This "SAFE" is Shit. A Magnet, HairPin, or even Scissors will open it in less the 2 Minutes!

          • Yanira Delarosa
            Yanira Delarosa  1 years back

            I have one

            • Tybetts
              Tybetts  1 years back

              That’s not a safe fam, it’s a lunch box. Your stack is far bigger than mine and I just bought a b rated burglary safe for a great price. Maybe considering upgrading soon? Great video though

              • Melissa Sampson
                Melissa Sampson  2 years back

                I was wondering if this safe locks a person out if the combination is guessed too many times? Thank you!

                • Zac Wu zhipeng
                  Zac Wu zhipeng  2 years back

                  Would using the key reset the code?

                  • Joseph Bennett
                    Joseph Bennett  2 years back

                    Gordon W no the key doesn't reset the code that you enter.

                • sevan grigoryan
                  sevan grigoryan  3 years back

                  I'm gonna buy one so my mom doesn't get my airguns and hide them lol

                  • Hoodrats
                    Hoodrats  3 years back

                    is it heavy?

                    • dr troy turner
                      dr troy turner  3 years back

                      I guess I am an audio visual learner because your video helped me set my combo while the written directions while doable for me would have been more tedious. They are still in their sealed bag thanks to your succinct dirrctions. My rule of thumb is don't put in it that which I can afford to lose. I tell everyone that it is a deterrent and a staller which gives the owner time to catch a criminal in the act. My main attraction to it is that it has a Mission Impossible element to it that my little tykes enjoy and it store things with slightly greater security than an open bin. A wise man recently said Safes should be used primarily as misdirection which figuratively yells to thiefs take me, here I am, while all the while the true valuables are close by yet go unnoticed.

                      • Synapse2k
                        Synapse2k   3 years back

                        Thanks. I totally agree. I haven't replaced the batteries in 2-3 years now and I'm glad I made this video because I otherwise would not have remembered how to reset the code!

                    • WOWCruiser
                      WOWCruiser  4 years back

                      YOU ARE COO COO!!! You hid the camera like we all know where you live and use your pin to unlock your probable/breakable personal safe!!! COO COO!!!

                      • Adrian Vega
                        Adrian Vega  3 years back

                        Hahahahaha great answer buddy.

                      • Synapse2k
                        Synapse2k   4 years back

                        That sounds like a great idea. You can meet my AR15 and the angel of death all in the same day!

                    • wickednda2k
                      wickednda2k  4 years back

                      Would this be good to secure electronics, handheld systems, video games, and stuff like that?

                      • Synapse2k
                        Synapse2k   4 years back

                        @wickednda2k It would but I'm not sure how well it's grounded so you may want to put down an anti-static sheet just to make sure no electric current passes through

                    • Mr T7S
                      Mr T7S  5 years back

                      When you are changing the code,Does it make you enter your old one first.Because if not isn't that unsafe. 

                      • Synapse2k
                        Synapse2k   5 years back

                        You don't need the code but if a thief is already able to access the inside part of the safe, they'll likely just steal the contents instead of change the code.

                    • snapNGturtle
                      snapNGturtle  6 years back

                      thank you

                      • cheechonline
                        cheechonline  6 years back

                         I'll never buy one of these crap Sentry safes again. Thought I forgot my combination (possible but not likely) so I did the $20 combo recovery from Sentry. Turns out I had the combo correct but the safe wouldn't open. While on a tech support ph call the darn dial AND the entire round-to-square shaft came out in my hand. The safe is 8 years old, the warranty is 1 year. The rep told me I was out of luck and I'd need a locksmith to open it. $50 and and 20 min later I had the contents of my safe. Total cost? $150 for what is now a destroyed safe, a short drive to a locksmith, $50 and another $70 for a small fireproof box. NEVER AGAIN. Do yourself a favor and buy a better product. 

                        • Tybetts
                          Tybetts  1 years back

                          cheechonline you paid a locksmith? Dude you can open 1 of these with a freaking tooth pick 🤦‍♂️

                        • Synapse2k
                          Synapse2k   5 years back

                          The safe comes with keys for manually opening the safe in case of a defect. 

                      • Ricky Garcia
                        Ricky Garcia  6 years back

                        Ordered mine from amazon. Thanks for the review.

                        • Brian Ellis
                          Brian Ellis  6 years back

                          this was helpful. i just ordered mine from amazon and wanted to have better pics of it inside