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Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black


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Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black

Stack – On Drawer Safe with Biometric Lock. Personal Safe opens to pre-programmed fingerprint! Provides greater security and quick access to the Safe’s contents. Biometric lock can be set to accept up to 32 different fingerprints; Includes electronic lock and hidden trouble key; Solid steel, pry-resistant door has concealed hinges; 2 steel live-action locking bolts; Gas lift on the door props the lid up when the locking bolts are released. Holds lid open; Egg-crate foam padded bottom; Pre-drilled holes for mounting to floor or shelf (fasteners included).; 13 7/8 x 11 1/2 x 4 1/2″h. Get yours today! Stack-On Drawer Safe with Biometric Lock

Sized perfectly for use in a drawer, the Stack-On PS-5-B personal safe with biometric lock can be programmed to accept up to 32 different fingerprints and provides greater security and quicker access to the safe’s contents.

Stack-On PS-5-B

Drawer-sized safe with biometric lock
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Its solid steel, pry-resistant door has concealed hinges and 2 steel live action locking bolts, and it includes a gas lift on the door that pops the lid up when the locking bolts are released and holds the lid in place when open.

The safe offers pre-drilled holes for mounting to floor or shelf, and fastening hardware is included. Other features include an egg crate foam padded bottom, an electronic lock, and hidden trouble key.

This Stack-On safe is a California approved firearms safety device that meets the requirements of California Penal Code Section 12088 and the regulations issued thereunder. When storing firearms it is recommended that safes be bolted to the floor, a shelf, or wall for added security.

Specifications

  • Locking points: Two live action bolts
  • Interior capacity: All storage
  • Dimensions: 13-7/8 x 11-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches (WxDxH)

What’s in the Box

Stack-on biometric safe; fastening hardware; operating instructions

finger

Swipe your finger (view larger)…
unlock

…to unlock the safe (view larger).
At a Glance

Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe
At a Glance:

  • Drawer-sized safe for your valuables
  • Biometric lock can accept up to 32 fingerprints
  • Solid steel, pry-resistant door
  • Egg crate foam padded bottom
  • California DOJ firearm safety device
At a Glance

Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black

FEATURED Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black

  • Includes a gas lift on the door that pops the lid up when the locking bolts are released and holds the lid in place when open
  • Exterior has a black epoxy paint finish
  • Biometric lock can be programmed to accept up to 32 different fingerprints?provides greater security and quicker access to the safe?s contents
  • Fastening hardware is included.Fits in desk drawer
  • Refer the instruction manual for usage procedures.
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What customers say about Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black

  1. redhedhs says:
    71 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Too bad there’s not a lower rating than 1 star, November 7, 2011
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    redhedhs (SF Bay, CA) –
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    This review is from: Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)
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    This thing has been nothing but a giant hassle and an un-openable box. Perhaps, if I was being attacked in my home, I could hit a burglar with it, but a frying pan to the head hurts just as much and actually performs its intended purpose (unlike this safe).

    The saga of this safe might go down in history as the biggest headache I’ve ever had with an Amazon product – Vine or regular.

    – September, 2011: I receive the safe in the mail and attempt to set it up. It does NOT come with a safety key, and therefore when I close the lid to set the lock code, it locks itself and won’t open, even with the 1-2-3-4 default code. No beeps, no nothing. I assumed the batteries were backwards, and chalked it up to my own stupidity.

    – Nov, 2011: A notorized form, copy of my driver’s license, copy of the Amazon receipt, and a ten dollar check later, I received an envelope containing two keys (it only took several *weeks* to arrive, as apparently my ten dollar check bought me only a dollar twenty-nine in USPS postage). I set the code, tested it 20 or 30 times, tested it with my programmed-in thumb, tested it with my husband’s programmed-in thumb, programed a new code, tested opening it with the keys, and then finally decided to put my camera and passport in there. Stupid me for thinking those 20-30 successful uses were any indication of how the safe would work in the future. Apparently, the flimsy plastic handle for the locking mechanism decided it had worked hard enough and would not open the safe, no matter what mechanism I tried to use.

    – Now: My camera and passport are still hopelessly stuck in the locked safe. Called customer service, but they seem to work only between 2 and 4 in the afternoon, because I keep getting the same recorded message. Everything but the body of the safe and the locking bolts are made of plastic, so there is no forcing the lock to open. It’s an actual problem with the flimsy plastic handle, NOT the coded lock or the locking bolts themselves.

    Bottom Line:
    How could anyone possibly feel comfortable buying a safe that doesn’t actually open when it is supposed to?? If you want to put something valuable or – worse yet, something with which to protect your family – in this safe, you should have no expectations that you will actually be able to retrieve it when it’s needed, let alone in an emergency. Let’s just hope I don’t have to do any unexpected overseas travel between now and whenever I can get my hands on a band saw.

    UPDATE (Nov 9, 2011): Finally got ahold of someone at the company, and to their credit, they offered immediately to reimburse me for a locksmith and then to send me a new safe with the check for the locksmith. Based on that experience, I’d buy something again from this company, but *only* if the handle and other parts were not made of plastic. Doesn’t seem to be a bad company, but these made in China safes are bad products.

    UPDATE2 (Jan, 2012): Had a locksmith out a month ago to open the safe. He tried the locking mechanism several times and told me it was a problem with the bolts. After he cut it open, I now have my passport and other belongings back, but my jewelry roll was ruined inside. Now the company is dragging its feet paying me back for the locksmith, saying that the cost (over twice the price of the safe) was too high. Never, ever, ever, ever, ever will do business with this company again.

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  2. Christopher says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice safe, little finicky on the biometrics…., September 25, 2011
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    This review is from: Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Unit seems well constructed and very solid, gas strut works nicely. Finger print reader is finicky. I stored multiple scans on the same finger to help with recognition. Expect it to be a little temperamental. I would buy this again.

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  3. rbhatta "A Dinosaur you can trust!" says:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheaply constructed, Poor plastic parts!, September 22, 2011
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    rbhatta “A Dinosaur you can trust!” (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) –
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    This review is from: Stack-On PS-5-B Biometric Drawer Safe, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)
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    I must admit with most of the reviewers on Amazon, The construction quality of the plastic parts are very poor, The metal parts are heavy and reasonably strong, The included Keys are cheaply made, The Biometric lock works but is slightly temperamental, You need to make sure that your fingers are not moist or dirty and must align properly to record the 32 possible finger prints.

    IMHO, The main reason one would buy a safe with Biometric locking mechanism is the quick ease of use, But this drawer safe is not quick enough for that task, if you start fumbling with your fingers to get the Biometric lock to open and keep trying to open the safe in real need to open the drawer quickly to get a hold of your gun or other items in need you are better off using the keypad or included keys which thankfully work just fine.

    As others have already pointed out, the locking mechanism takes up too much space inside the safe, nearly 40% of the useable space is wasted for the locking mechanism and the rest eaten up by the included foam material, if you get rid of the foam, you can probably put couple of sheets of paper, some passports and a small size hand gun and some cash! That’s about it.

    Is this drawer safe? – Probably not as it is big for most drawers, however, you have the option to bolt it down to a floor inside your closet and it functions okay when laid flat on the ground.

    Bottom-line – Is it worth the price? – Probably not, I would consider buying this if the price is half the MSRP as it is still usable and okay product if you can ignore the cheaply constructed plastic parts.

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