Safe at Home

Liberty Safe and Security Products designed its 12-gauge carbon steel safes to be built into cabinets or enclosed in closets for easy concealment.

March 01, 2003

Liberty Safe and Security Products designed its 12-gauge carbon steel safes to be built into cabinets or enclosed in closets for easy concealment. They're accessible through an electronic touch pad that takes a six-number code. The fire-resistant safes come in three sizes - 4, 8 and 12 cubic feet - and the two largest sizes include cabinets for storing jewelry or documents (hanging file rails included). A Fail-Safe relocker protects against torch, drill and punch attacks, and a Media Cooler that protects electronic media from fire damage is offered as an option.

Color choices are diamond white, khaki and rust (all with brass accents and a beige velour fabric) as well as night black and sage (both with brushed chrome accents and silver velour). Visit www.libertysafe.com or call 866/263-4766 for more information.

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