Amazon CDC Digital Steel Safe Electronic Security Home & Office

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  • celem1
    celem1  3 weeks back

    ​ "Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to" - please read my reply to "Womble Stacker ". I wish that you had removed the two Philips head screws, on the inside - the ones that fasten the interior plastic shroud. This would expose the solenoid mechanism and show its similarity to the other safes that are easily bounce unlocked if not secured. In fact, you should bounce open this safe to demonstrate the need to strongly secure it.

    • celem1
      celem1  3 weeks back

      @Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to - watch HifiCentret's https://youtu.be/dGlT-LVlsjs video on how to improve security of this type of safe. His changes are simple, mechanical changes and should improve security.
      UPDATE: A more serious upgrade would be to replace the solenoid with a motor driven threaded bolt that rises and falls slowly. This would totally defeat the bump-unlock method. I'm going to research this.

    • Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to
      Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to   3 weeks back

      Thanks for the heads-up. My safe is attached to a wall and is nearly four foot in the air so should be reasonably difficult to bounce I have also positioned the unit with a very small gap either side to stop prying or leveraging it off the wall.
      I am tempted to remove it to try the bounce and see how resilient it is.

  • Michael Vazquez
    Michael Vazquez  3 months back

    just bought it but cant open it, how did you open it?

  • Womble Stacker
    Womble Stacker  6 months back

    Piece of crap can get in less than two seconds without key code

    • celem1
      celem1  3 weeks back

      ​@Womble Stacker I believe that firealarm102's video is valid. Bouncing open this type of safe, when not securely fastened, is will known and demonstrated in numerous videos. The reason is that they all use a solinoid to block the locking bolts' retraction path. Examples are at https://youtu.be/NnSthsEJxtQ and https://youtu.be/hcYB9ceiAiY. So, if not strongly secured even a child, like firealarm102, can bounce it open. That said, it would still be of some value to keep things from away from the inquisitive that lack the additional skills, equipment and time to otherwise open it. If "Mike's unboxing, reviews" and how to had removed the two Philips head screws, on the inside, that fasten the interior plastic shroud, you would have seen the solenoid mechanism.

    • zachs fun channel
      zachs fun channel  2 months back

      Womblemstack won't be mean
      S

    • Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to
      Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to   6 months back

      I see what you mean. Mine is wall mounted so hopefully less easy to break into

    • Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to
      Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to   6 months back

      Cool okay I'll take a look. Thanks for the heads up

    • Womble Stacker
      Womble Stacker  6 months back

      @Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to firealarm102 video maybe fake but take a look how to open Amazon safe

  • Matthew Calderon
    Matthew Calderon  8 months back

    How much does it weigh

    • Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to
      Mike's unboxing, reviews and how to   8 months back

      Hi Matthew, it weighs approx. 3 kg with batteries, ours is still working well and we use it very regularly! All details are available here: https://amzn.to/2DVDvIc Thanks for taking the time to comment