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Kidde Permanent 5-Key Box with Pushbutton Combination Lock, ​Titanium
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Kidde

Permanent 5-Key Box with Pushbutton Combination Lock, ​Titanium

$26.53 /each

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The Kidde Combination KeySafe offers security as well as convenience with an easy-to-use push-button combination that can be reset whenever necessary. It holds up to 5 keys and is ideal for vacation properties, maintenance personnel and emergency access. It attaches securely to any wall or flat surface with the included mounting hardware. KeySafe Original 5-Key Permanent lockbox holds up to five keys. The StongBox design has a solid track record for unmatched quality and security. The pushbutton lock is convenient and easy-to-use. You set the combination; it can be changed at any time, as often as you want. There are over 1,000 combinations available. Easy access for family and friends. Never be locked out again.

  • Push-button combination can be easily reset when required
  • Guaranteed never to rust
  • Holds up to 5 keys
  • Mounts securely to any wall or flat surface with the included installation hardware
  • Titanium-gray color
  • Ideal for emergencies and providing access to cleaning and maintenance personnel

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Ive been told that these boxes aren't the safest in that if you keep entering numbers, eventually the box will open.

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May 18, 2016
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Of course, if you keep on trying number it will open, perhaps after hours or days. This would be the situation with any combination locking system.
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The chance of a person randomly guessing the correct 4-digit combination is 1 in 5,040. (This is smaller than if the order of the numbers mattered, in which case it would be 1 in 10,000.) In terms of security, if somebody really wanted to get into your house they could stand there for several hours trying combinations (assuming ~10 seconds per attempt) or they could smash the box with a sledge hammer, or Read More
The chance of a person randomly guessing the correct 4-digit combination is 1 in 5,040. (This is smaller than if the order of the numbers mattered, in which case it would be 1 in 10,000.) In terms of security, if somebody really wanted to get into your house they could stand there for several hours trying combinations (assuming ~10 seconds per attempt) or they could smash the box with a sledge hammer, or they could simply, break a window, kick in your door, or take 30 seconds to pick your lock. If you're worried about the box, put it in an obscure location, like in a garage or shed. Read Less
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September 26, 2015
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These things use a combination lock and you need to enter the four digit pin number to get it to open. I've entered the wrong number many times over the years and it's never opened on anything but the correct four numbers.
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December 26, 2013
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Hi MRO- I think I need you to clarify what you meant by "keep entering numbers".
If my secret code is 1234 and you started at 1 and worked your way up to 1234 by "keep[ing] entering numbers" (and trying the "open" button between attempts), yes, the box will eventually open (when you hit 1234). The idea in that scenario is that someone (or at least their fingers) would tire before trying 1,234 Read More
Hi MRO- I think I need you to clarify what you meant by "keep entering numbers".
If my secret code is 1234 and you started at 1 and worked your way up to 1234 by "keep[ing] entering numbers" (and trying the "open" button between attempts), yes, the box will eventually open (when you hit 1234). The idea in that scenario is that someone (or at least their fingers) would tire before trying 1,234 attempts.
If, however, you meant that if you pressed in all ten buttons -- 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 -- and then tried to open the box, that the keysafe would magically open, that's absolutely not correct. It will deny you access, jt as if you entered 7923 or 987454 or 1235 or *anything but* the secret code. (Just in case I missed some sort of bug/feature where that would happen, I just went out and tried it on my lockbox: I pressed in all ten digits, tried to open it, and -- nada, as expected.)
This isn't what you asked, but if you enter 4321 or 2341, it'll open, too, so that -- treating combinations (123 is different than 213 which is different from 312) the same as permutations (they're all the same) -- reduces its overall security a tiny bit, but insignificantly so, IMO.
All that said, if you're looking to this device to create an impenetrable barrier between you and a bad guy (gal), this probably isn't the right tool for you. Given enough time, energy, and interest (and possibly money), any security mechanism can be defeated.
I have one of these keysafes inside my garage. Normally, it's inside of a closed garage, but my wife and I use it occasionally when we're doing yardwork or whatever. The one I bought recently is for an organization with a need for volunteers to have a key to get into the building. If a bad guy wanted in to either location, he (or she, I guess) could just grab a rock, smash a window, and crawl through the opening. Neither lockbox would prevent that. Read Less
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August 18, 2011
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Hello this is Tangelo from the Home Depot Community! There are more than 1,000 possible combinations to these locks, each time you enter your code you must press down on the Open button, if the door does not open then you must press down on the Clear button to clear out the previously enter code then start again. So you cannot keep entering numbers expecting it to open, if you have a problem with your GE Read More
Hello this is Tangelo from the Home Depot Community! There are more than 1,000 possible combinations to these locks, each time you enter your code you must press down on the Open button, if the door does not open then you must press down on the Clear button to clear out the previously enter code then start again. So you cannot keep entering numbers expecting it to open, if you have a problem with your GE Keysafe, you can contact GE Customer Service at 1-800-225-2974. I hope this helps, if you have any more questions you can find me on our website at community.homedepot.com Read Less
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GE KeySafe Combination Key Safe model 1015. Is this waterproof for exterior application?

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August 8, 2011
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Not waterproof, but you should have no problems if you keys are metal and you are not putting lockbox in a fish pond.
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Every unit I have is mounted outside on the side of the house (usually on the garage door frame). They get wet but it does not affect them.
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Hi AKG- the best info I see about it is the feature "Guaranteed never to rust", but I see nothing about its waterproofness, specifically.
That said, I'll relate the three applications I've used very similar lockboxes for:
1) Inside my garage (holds a key to get into my house). This will (hopefully!) never get wet. It's been in service for nearly a decade and works like a champ.
2) It's not the same
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Hi AKG- the best info I see about it is the feature "Guaranteed never to rust", but I see nothing about its waterproofness, specifically.
That said, I'll relate the three applications I've used very similar lockboxes for:
1) Inside my garage (holds a key to get into my house). This will (hopefully!) never get wet. It's been in service for nearly a decade and works like a champ.
2) It's not the same model, but close -- it's the one with a hook that typically hangs on a doorknob. I have my vehicle key in there and the box secured to a loop on my vehicle. This takes all sorts of abuse from the weather. I recently had to remove it in order to do some work on my vehicle and it was rusty inside. It still functioned correctly and I was able to remove the hook, but a few drops of oil would probably go a long way to keeping it functional.
3) The same model you're referring to -- mounted on some trim next to a door. No cover, no awning, no nothing. This box will get rained on, snowed on, sunshined on, etc. I expect it to end up like the one attached to my vehicle: some rust inside, a few drops of oil would help, but I expect it to function for a long time.
One idea that I had after I installed #3 was that a sheet of rubber (e.g., from a bicycle innertube) could have been wedged between the door trim and the back of the lockbox and then when I secured the box to the trim, it would have gotten caught and formed a "flap" over the top and front of the lockbox.
While that might have helped to keep it away from some of the elements, eventually, the rubber flap would have disintegrated and I would have had to decide if it was worth replacing it or not.
There are weather-resistant covers that exist, but, as best I could tell, not for this 5-key model.
You may have better ideas than I have about fashioning some sort of protective cover, but honestly, I think that you could skip that. Give it an annual-ish squirt or two of oil on the moving parts, a good wipe (so the oil doesn't attract dirt/grit), and I suspect it'll be fine for a long time.
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I've bought three of these. One will be on an inside door off a hallway but the other two will be on outside doors. Each of those two does have a solid plexiglass storm door (no screen) and each also has an overhang protecting it to some degree, so even those two won't be continually exposed directly to rain or snow. Still, the fact that the ad mentions maintenance men, cleaners, etc., being able to get Read More
I've bought three of these. One will be on an inside door off a hallway but the other two will be on outside doors. Each of those two does have a solid plexiglass storm door (no screen) and each also has an overhang protecting it to some degree, so even those two won't be continually exposed directly to rain or snow. Still, the fact that the ad mentions maintenance men, cleaners, etc., being able to get in, does *suggest* to me that it would be alright.
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August 12, 2011
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Hello AKG! I am Designing Woman from The Community and have manufacturer information for you.
All KeySafe models are constructed from solid metal to withstand rain, snow and freezing conditions.
This link is the product brochure with more information about the KeySafe Line:
http://utcfssecurityproducts.com/ProductsAndServices/Site%20Assets/KeySafe%20brochure%204%20page.pdf
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Hello AKG! I am Designing Woman from The Community and have manufacturer information for you.
All KeySafe models are constructed from solid metal to withstand rain, snow and freezing conditions.
This link is the product brochure with more information about the KeySafe Line:
http://utcfssecurityproducts.com/ProductsAndServices/Site%20Assets/KeySafe%20brochure%204%20page.pdf
Best wishes on this project! Read Less
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How do I reset the combination to a new one.

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How do I reset my lock box...sold my house & need the manual
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Remove back face plate, take a small screwdriver, and move combination button on/off 180 degrees. Very simple.
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February 26, 2016
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Hello Karen. You have to open the box and take off the mechanism. On the back of the mechanism is a white plastic tool. Slide that tool off. Underneath the tool are 10 screw slots, marked 0 through 9, with a raised arrow on EACH of the screw slots. You may have to use a magnifying glass and bright light to see the raised arrows. There will also be a label on the back with a picture of the arrows pointing Read More
Hello Karen. You have to open the box and take off the mechanism. On the back of the mechanism is a white plastic tool. Slide that tool off. Underneath the tool are 10 screw slots, marked 0 through 9, with a raised arrow on EACH of the screw slots. You may have to use a magnifying glass and bright light to see the raised arrows. There will also be a label on the back with a picture of the arrows pointing two different directions marked "On" and "Off". Make sure all of the arrows of the numbers that you want to be part of the combination are pointed to on and all of the arrows of the numbers that you DON'T want to be part of the combination are pointed to off. The hard part is seeing the arrows to begin with. We are Kidde Product Support at 1-800-880-6788. Read Less
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How do I open the box if I fogot the number?

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You don't. You could try random number combinations until you have the right hit. Or if you take a screwdriver and hammer you could attempt to wedge the box open, but you will destroy the lock box.
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February 24, 2016
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Hello Pikeo. Fortunately and UNFORTUNATELY, our keysafes are very secure and can not be opened without the correct code. Otherwise, you would have to get a professional locksmith to come out and break the keysafe open to get what is inside and so to be able to uninstall the keysafe. We are Kidde Product Support at 1-800-880-6788. Thank you for your interest.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 key lock box with pushbutton combination This is my third purchase of this item, I am very pleased. I use one for the farmhouse so housekeeper,and maintenance worker, repair personnel can access my home when I am not in town. I use another for the barn, and another for the 5 bay garage. Very easy to operate and you can change combination any time you wish. Very please with item! I will be purchasing another soon for the beach house, so rentals can access keys instead of bring one on the beach. Highly recommend. May 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works wonders You can change the code to what you choose it can be 3 or 4 even 5 digit you choose. It's easy to use and it says how to turn the numbers on and off. It's cool. You don't have to worry about the key if on outside it can get frozen shut, plus it can stick when putting it back inside but otherwise an awesome product and would buy more for my future homes. November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Built like a tank, can be a lifesaver. A number of years ago I had to crawl through a basement window to get in my house and that inspired me to look for a lock box. I bought one of these and I have no more worries about getting locked out of the house. Over the last ten years I bought four more and each one has worked flawlessly. For optimum security the lock box needs to be screwed into thick wood or concrete so someone can't pry it off and take it to another location and saw it open. These units are programmable with a four digit number, I use the same four digit number I use for my bank card so I don't worry about forgetting the number. I am going to pick up another one that I'm going to store the garden tractor key in. Right now I keep the tractor in the barn and the key in my house, With the lock box I can securely store the tractor key next to the tractor. September 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does what we wanted It does not matter what order you enter the numbers in. Easy to setup and install. March 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Key safe jammed I purchased the KeySafe after locking myself out of my house. The device was always stiff, difficult to use. Then, when I again locked myself out, I found that the KeySafe jammed, I was unable to open the device to retrieve my house key - and had to find another means of entry. I ultimately removed the KeySafe from my house as it was useless. July 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Secure and convienent The key safe works well. It is built very solid. I like that it can be attached with screws to a wall, and that the heads of the screws are concealed inside the key safe. A minor inconvenience, but also a security benefit, is that you have to enter the combination to put the key safe lid back on. Resetting the combination is simple. April 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GE KeySafeCombination Key Safe the product is very easy to use and to install. setting the code is easy to set up as well, u can have a code with 1 number or a code with 9 numbers (no sequence needed, just have to have all the numbers pushed in to unlock). i got two of them already possible getting one or two more. April 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product This is our third purchase of this system. It's a safe and affordable way to never be locked out of your home. October 19, 2012
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