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Reddit mentions of SentrySafe HD4100 Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Key Lock 0.65 Cubic Feet

Sentiment score: 5
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of SentrySafe HD4100 Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Key Lock 0.65 Cubic Feet. Here are the top ones.

SentrySafe HD4100 Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Key Lock 0.65 Cubic Feet
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  • Fireproof box is UL Classified to endure 1/2 hour at 1550°F to protect irreplaceable documents, small valuables, DVDs, and USBs from fire
  • Waterproof box is ETL Verified for 72 hours of water submersion offering peace of mind in the event of a flood
  • Fire safe features a flat key lock to prevent the lid from opening in the event of a fire; Includes 2 keys. Material - Captured Fire Insulation
  • Document safe features built-in straps for easy storage of passports, social security cards, and birth certificates; Fire box accommodates letter-size hanging files and folders (sold separately)
  • Exterior: 15.5 inch W x 13.5 inch D x 14.3 inch H; Interior: 12 inch W x 8.1 inch H x 11.5 inch H; Medium capacity 0.65 cubic feet; Weighs 39 pounds
  • Note: All dimensions and weights provided are approximate, and are subject to change without notice
Height14.3 Inches
Length15.5 Inches
Number of items1
Size0.65 Cubic Feet
Weight38.85 Pounds
Width13.5 Inches

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Found 10 comments on SentrySafe HD4100 Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Key Lock 0.65 Cubic Feet:

u/zapatodefuego · 36 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I researched these not too long ago and to sum up what I found: small document firesafes are kind of terrible.

There's a few on Amazon for less than $100 like this one but the reviews are usually not all that great. More importantly, the smaller the file safe the less fireproof it is. Anything you can pick up and move yourself is probably only rated for .5-1.5 hours in a fire.

u/1800OopsJew · 8 pointsr/funny

Holes in the bottom? I don't know what you mean. To put a bolt through a hole in the bottom of a fire safe, and then bolt it to some other surface, wouldn't the holes have to go all the way through the bottom of the safe, and you'd put the bolts in while the safe was open, from the inside? And then the bolts protrude out the bottom, and you put that length through whatever you're bolting the safe to, and then finally the nuts on the other side of that?

I might be wrong on the placement and depth of these holes, but if that's the way your fire safe is laid out, you might want to get another one. Your safe shouldn't have gaping holes in it. Definitely not your fire safe, meant to keep things safe from fire. Multiple holes in your safe seems like it'd make a better furnace.

Edit: I think the difference is, I'm thinking of something that looks like this:


And you're talking about something more like this:


u/madpiratebippy · 6 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

A medium sized fire safe is like, $50 and you can keep it forever. https://www.amazon.com/SentrySafe-HD4100CG-Fire-Safe-Waterproof-File/dp/B00GE57DFK

I have one for paperwork. Car titles, insurance documents, things like that- but it's easy to slip the non replaceable jewelry in it, as well.

Why is she likely to smash through your room- to destroy things? Steal? Snoop? Why do you livewith her if she does this?

Also, I'd get a REALLY LOUD alarm and give FIL the fob to turn it off, if someone messes with the door. Like this one.


It sounds like she LITERALLY can't stand boundaries, and that's what a locked/closed door represents to her- a physical NO. But a little information about why she does this could help come up with a plan. Like, if she's just a snoop, perhaps taking her into your room, under your supervision, and pointing everything out before you go would take the 'fun' out of violating your space?

u/notmyselftoday · 3 pointsr/StonerProTips

Little kids are curious. Get a small fire safe for $50-60 and lock up your stash and pipes whenever not in use. This one is waterproof so it does a pretty good job containing any odors.

u/glitch1985 · 2 pointsr/homesecurity

Do you happen to have a large gun safe that you could put something like this into?


You might also want to think about getting a safe deposit box at a bank/credit union if it's not a document you need quick access to.

u/crumpledlife · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congratulations!! You keep mentioning that you bought a nest for your new home. What the hell is a nest? Like a bird's nest?

Do you guys have your fireproof box yet? My parents house burned down when they were newlyweds & they've been really careful about keeping important documents in the fireproof box ever since. Seems like a smart idea. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GE57DFK?keywords=fireproof%20box&qid=1453866133&ref_=sr_1_3&s=instant-video&sr=8-3

u/chrisrico · 1 pointr/TREZOR

> Id quite like to know mine was waterproof and fireproof but still kept in my house. Any cases you can recommend?

Probably your only option is going to be a fire and water rated safe. Something like this provides half hour fire protection. Prices go up from there. I'd probably worry more about securely and redundantly storing your seed words somewhere outside of your home.

u/Laockey35 · 1 pointr/personalfinance


Not exactly fort knox but if a house burns down your still good with something like this that costs $65

u/Snackys · 1 pointr/personalfinance

I don't do the best record keeping but this is what I do with any documents involving medical, loan, credit and payment history.

I bought one of these

SentrySafe HD4100 Fireproof Safe and Waterproof Safe with Key Lock 0.65 Cubic Feet https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GE57DFK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_D4p5CbVXGD0QX

Then I got this

Avery 47993 Two-Pocket Folder, 40-Sheet Capacity, Assorted Colors (Box of 25) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0006HVCHC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_96p5CbZ4P2EQE

I took all of one color (blue) and labeled one of them Person 1 credit, person 1 dental, person 1 "year and make of car" and put all the maintenance invoices there. Just repeat till you have a spot to dump all the paperwork for a person. Get another color and repeat for another person.

Things that are joint are a third color, and I have a fourth color for pets. I have folders just dedicated to employement history so if I for whatever reason need to see some pay stubs or documents I signed I should be able to grab the folder and dig there. For me, I think it's fine enough since you rarely need to review those files, you just want to know exactly where to dig when you do.

u/FullDesadulation · 1 pointr/toddlers

If you're just trying to keep a toddler out of it, consider looking into a fireproof box. This one is a decent size, and can be locked and the key put up.