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Horizontal One-Hour Fire Resistant Microwave Safe by Gardall

$229.99  - $297.49
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Reviews

Average Overall Rating (based on 85 reviews)

  4.6
  4.0 Stars
Impressed w/ packaging and product from Vancouver, WA on 02/04/2015 – Verified Buyer
My safe was delivered in a timely manner and the packaging that it came in was outstanding. Even if it got roughed up in transit (and it didn't) it probably would've been fine. There was the outer shipping box, and inside of that was its own box, and inside of that was about a 3/4" thick styrofoam box. The safe was also in a plastic bag. Other companys, I found out, are not taking this much care. The safe itself is very stought, thick walled, dual lock feature; key and combination! I'd rather not mess with the electronic style ones; cost more and more to go wrong. This safe does come with a "bolt-down" feature, one hole at the bottom center and the hardware for you to secure it to the floor but only if your securing to concrete. I went out and bought a 3/8" SS lag-bolt to finish the job. Greg H.
  5.0 Stars
gardall ms912 review from austin, tx on 04/23/2007
I really like this product. I decided on Gardall after seeing the guys on "It Takes a Thief" on Discovery Channel using their products. The construction is very sound. The keypad entry is fantastic, and much better than using a standard key or rotating combo lock. Three pieces of advice for anyone thinking of buying a safe: 1. Change the default combo. A good thief will go to a manufacturer's website to get the default combo to any model safe. Make sure you change the default combo immediately! 2. BOLT IT DOWN! This is absolutely critical. Don't think a thief can't run off with a 100 lb safe and crack it later. Thieves do this ALL THE TIME. The Gardalls come with bolting kits -- USE THEM! 3. Buy larger than you think you need. This is my first safe, and if I had to do it all over again, I probably would have bought one or two sizes larger. Remember: this is a long-term investment, so make sure you plan for the future.
  4.0 Stars
Great construction & security but ... from Kalamazoo, MI on 09/22/2011
This item is, by far, the most solidly built, secure safe you'll find for the money. The only thing preventing me from giving a 5-star rating is the instructions that accompany the safe. They are just awful. It took me about 10 tries to open the door for the first time. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY. The combination lock on this safe is not like the old Master brand combo paddlocks we used in school! The difficulty comes in deciphering the number of rotations required to dial in the next digit. For example, the instructions read: "Turn the dial to LEFT three times. pass through the first two times and next set the number at notch." It should say: "Turn the dial to LEFT, pass through twice, then set the number at the notch." Once you understand the correct number of rotations for each digit (three for the first, two for the second, one for the third, and none for the fourth), it's fine. However, if this sounds confusing, you may want to consider spending the additional $$$ for the digital keypad. Note that the key is not an over-ride for the combination lock – BOTH are required to open the safe. One additional comment: the instruction sheet for mounting looks like a 6th generation photocopy. The illustration is useless. C'mon guys. It's not that difficult to provide legible, clear instructions these days. Hire a free lance tech writer and buy a $100 laser printer! Despite my criticism here, I would recommend this safe to anyone looking for a low-cost, well-built, secure fire-safe. Reading some of the reviews associated with competing brands scared me away -- many mentioned questionable workmanship that resulted in lock failure and/or damage during shipping. Gardall is a solidly-built, no-nonsense product that does what is claims.
  4.0 Stars
Solid from Rogers, MN on 09/11/2011 – Verified Buyer
I'd rather not have to worry about batteries and electronics on something that's holding my important documents, so this 'old-fashioned' safe suited me well. It seems to be a very solid safe. It's sized large enough for full sheets of paper. The combo lock and key seem sturdy and haven't given me any trouble yet. I also like that it includes the hardware needed to attach it to a concrete floor. The included tray is nice as well, but it would have been nice to have more than one. Some hooks inside the door for hanging keys would be a nice addition too.
  4.0 Stars
Good safe, few querks from pa on 03/06/2010
I recieved the safe and it looked good and was packed very nicely. There are just a few things that I am not exstatic about. First the hinges are on the outside when I like them to be hidden in the door. I knew this buying the safe so I cant complain too much. The big thing was the mounting hardware. Mounting this to the floor with this hardware was terrible. It wiggled around and seemed as if I could rip it right out of the floor with enough effort. I went to the local hardware store and got a 9/16 bolt 2 big washers, a lock washer and a big nut. Put the bolt right through the floor and dug the head into the floor so nobody can get it out from the under side. Now the safe wont budge an inch. Seems like a good little safe and I would recomend it to others. gets a great rating and is nice and thick.

Questions & Answers

"Hello. The Gardall Quick Ship Large Microwave safe (GF1017) and the Lockstate Large Fireproof safe (LKS1005) look identical. Are they different?" — Patrick
"Hello Patrick. Both of these items are quite similar in style and function. They are made from two different manufacturers and the Gardall safes is slightly larger than the Lockstate safe and the door is precision built out of extra heavy steel and has plated interlocking bolts from door into the safe to prevent removal of the door."
— Stella from Wayfair

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