- In-ground secret safe for valuables
- Durable solid steel walls
- With spring-assisted steel door with cover plate
- High-security locking mechanism
In-ground secret safe for valuables
Hayman FS16 1/2″ is a storage safe you install in the ground to keep your valuables that you don’t need to access regularly. Since you will have to mount this on the floor, it takes bending and kneeling, which can be uncomfortable. Among the items you can store in this safe are those with extreme value (whether monetary or personal), such as jewelry, family heirlooms, contracts, family documents, and many more. This concealed storage assures that items are safe even if you leave the house for days to attend a business meeting or go to a much-needed vacation break. Once installed, you can cover it with a rug, mat, carpet, or furniture and use the space regularly. Even the most determined burglar will not notice it because the floor is the least area he will search, especially when he’s in a hurry.
Durable solid steel walls
This 105-pound in-floor safe has an external dimension of 20.25″H x 15.75″W x 14.25″D and a storage space of 1.79 cubic ft. It showcases a solid steel body with walls of 3/16″ thickness. While this safe is perfect for installing in concrete, it also works with wood frames and non-concrete floors. In addition, it bears a B rating for burglary classification, ensuring durability, quality, and performance.
With spring-assisted steel door with cover plate
Hayman FS16 ½” also features a spring-assisted solid steel lift-off door with a ½” thickness frame. This door is also interchangeable, which is another unique feature in all FS series. This safe also includes a steel cover plate above the door that flushes with concrete.
High-security locking mechanism
This in-floor storage showcases exceptional security features, including stainless steel flat locking system on the door, a drill-resistant hard plate, and a dual relock system. Hayman FS16 ½” comes standard with a highly reliable mechanical lock, but you can choose to upgrade to a key-locking dial or vast choices of available digital electronic locks.