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Fire-Safe® 2-Drawer Office File by SentrySafe

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Product Information:

    • Overall: 28" H x 17.25" W x 23.25" D
    • Overall Product Weight: 171.5lbs
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"I was looking for something with two locking drawers, but I really like the look of this. Is there an option for another drawer lock?" — Milton
"Hi Milton, both drawers on this file do lock."
— Joe from Wayfair
"Hi. Can you please confirm that the Sentry Safe 6000 - Fire-Safe® Two-Drawer Office File safe holds legal sized documents? This product says it has legal rails, and pictures files stored horizontally, however the actual interior dimension stated here, and on Sentry Safe website, is 12"W. As legal papers are actually 8.5" x 14" I am not sure how there can be legal rails at 12"W? I have a lot of A4 sized documents, so the filing cabinet must be able to hold files that are on legal rails. Thanks." — Keely
"Hello Keely, the interior dimension of 12 inches wide is correct. The product comes with legal rails. How this works is that when you open the drawer, you would have a legal size folder, and you would turn the folder sideways and put it in the drawer (with the drawer set up with the legal rails). This means that when you open the drawer and look at legal files, the folder is not facing you but is in sideways."
— Boyd from Wayfair