Product Code: P3S
Stock: More than 10 available
Burg Wachter Point Safe P3S Key Locking Safe
Burg Wachter PointSafe P3S Key Locking Safe
PointSafe offers a good level of security with a solid single walled steel body and a doubled walled door that helps to protect the valuable content inside in the event of attack. Large round bolts and an additional anti-drill plate in the door frame offer enhanced protection. The key supplied is operated model is operated with a simple turn of one of the two keys included. The key mechanism is a 6 lever double-bit key lock.
Key lock offers the easiest form of access with a simple turn of the key. Two keys included
Solid single walled steel construction with additional anti-drill plate in the door frame to protect the safe bolts
PointSafe P 3 models include a removable shelf for better utilisation of interior space
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Double walled door
One removable shelf
Security tested by Burg Wachter
Safes are tested in the Burg Wachter lab to ensure they offer a good level of resistance against attack and burglary. They provide insurance cover for the storage of up to £1,000 in cash and £10,000 in valuables.
6 lever double-bit key lock
Key lock with 6 lever mechanism and 100,000 key differs. Supplied with two keys.
Internal size: 435mm x 310mm x 288mm
External size: 442mm x 320mm x 350mm
Door aperture: 317mm x 240mm
Point Safe – FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
I want to fix my safe. Are plugs and screws included? If so, where are they to be found?
Yes. The bag of fixing bolts is packed in the cardboard in front of the door.
Am I able to fix my safe to either the floor or wall or both?
Yes there are pre-drilled holes in the back and bottom of the safe.
I want to fix my safe but the bolts are too short.
The fixings supplied are designed for concrete walls and floors. For all other materials please buy the appropriate fixings.
My door rattles. How can I adjust the door?
The door slackness cannot be adjusted.
Can I get a spare shelf for my safe?
Version S (key only)
I bought a new safe and unpacked it. Where can I find the keys?
The keys are stored in the cardboard in front of the door.
My key has been broken. What can I do?
Take the spare key to a reputable locksmith, who should be able to create a duplicate.
Version E and E FS (Electronic and Fingerscan)
What can I do if the User code is no longer known but the door is open?
Locking bolts extended: open with Admin code and re-programme the safe following the instructions booklet.
Locking bolts retracted: re-programme the safe following the instructions booklet.
What can I do if the User code is no longer known but the door is closed and locked?
Open using the Admin code and re-programme the safe following the instructions booklet.
If the Admin code is also unknown, open with the Emergency override keys. To remove the override key the bolts will be extended. Insert the batteries. Remove the inside door cover (1 or 2 Phillips screws at front and two plastic plugs at rear). Move the black or white plastic panel above the motor clockwise by hand so that the locking bolts retract (the gear motor moves slowly and somewhat tight). re-programme the safe following the instructions booklet.
I bought a new safe with an electronic combination lock, are the batteries included and where can I find them?
Yes. 4 batteries are inside the battery compartment with a dividing strip.
Do the electronic safe’s have an emergency lock with keys? if so, where are the emergency keys?
Yes. The emergency keys are stored in the cardboard in front of the door.
What happens to the programmed code when you change the batteries?
Nothing. The code remains the same.
What is the factory code?
The factory code are: User Code – 168, Administrator Code – 12345678
My Point Safe is not responding to the entry codes. How do I open the safe?
Open using the emergency override using the keys provided. Emergency lock is found under the batteries.
Check the batteries and replace if necessary. Please only use high quality brand batteries. No accumulators!
Check the battery points. It may be necessary to tease out the springs to create a better contact.