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Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock


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Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock

The first line of defense… they don’t know it’s there! Stack – on Between Studs Wall Safe. PRICED RIGHT! The hardest Safe to break into is the one you don’t know about! This Safe hides just about anywhere, thanks to a design that fits between the studs in any space of wall. With the bulk of the Safe inside the wall, the door can be easily concealed with just about anything to complete the deception. Put it WAY back in your closet, behind furniture… your imagination is the limit! Peace of mind: Solid steel, pry-resistant door with extra-thick steel locking plate for added security; User-programmed electronic lock with safety key override; Includes key rack and tags for securing important keys; Document folder; Strapping in back for storing a handgun out of the way; Pre-drilled holes for mounting into your wall… fits standard 16″ on center stud walls. All hardware included; Measures 13 13/16″ x 3 3/4″ x 20 5/8″h.; Weighs 30 lbs. Don’t wait! Order Today! Stack-On Between Studs Wall Safe

Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock

FEATURED Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock

  • Solid steel, pry resistant steel door with an extra thick steel locking plate
  • Includes a key rack and key tags for securing duplicate or important keys
  • Document folder provides an easy way to store receipts, passports, etc
  • Includes 2-removable shelves for added storage
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What customers say about Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock

  1. Craig Warrington says:
    115 of 119 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Little Extra Security For A Little Bit of Money, April 15, 2011
    By 
    Craig Warrington (USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock (Tools & Home Improvement)

    First off, it needs to be said that this is not a high security safe nor is it a fire safe. This is essentially a lockable steel box that is a step ahead of a locking security box or mobile safe that could simply be stolen with anyone strong enough to lift it.

    With that in mind, the price of this unit is reasonable. Yes it may not be fire rated or have locking bolts all the way around the door, but for under $90 (as of this writing) you essentially get what you pay for.

    The Good:

    * The digital keypad works well. The instructions make it very easy to program a combination of your choosing, and there is an option to disable the beeps for someone who needs to get access to their safe without others knowing (for instance if you were trying to obtain a handgun during a break-in without disclosing your location).

    * The actual safe is constructed from 1/8th plate steel with a black painted finish. It is actually fairly heavy (just under 28lbs) and would obviously deter a thief for at least a little while. I’ve read some comments on how someone could pry the door open with enough force and although that may be true, they could probably run a Sawzall around the safe and cut it out from the wall much sooner. A safe of this level is not meant to stop everyone and is more of a deterrent, so when used in the proper capacity it works well.

    * The safe comes with a few extras such as tags to label and hang various keys, straps that could be used to hold things like a handgun against the back wall of the safe (more about that later), and a cheap plastic file which can hold important documents, social security cards, cash etc, etc. In truth none of these items are really needed and I won’t use most of them, but I suppose it is a nice little bonus. They also include AA batteries (name brand even) for the locking mechanism and to have a product with batteries included is indeed a rarity these days.

    * Installation is fairly easy. All that is necessary is to find a standard stud bay (16″ OC framing) and cut a hole in the drywall (there is no template included, but it is just a matter of cutting a hole the same size as the back of the safe). It goes without saying that you want to ensure the stud bay is not full of electrical wiring, plumbing, HVAC ducting etc, and obviously it would be best if this was an interior wall to prevent you from having to remove insulation (which could leave the safe being very hot or very cold at various parts of the year). The safe installs with four screws that fasten into the studs on either side, and the lip of the safe covers the hole which not only makes for a cleaner installation, but also prevents someone from sticking a blade of a hacksaw or sawzall in the wall and just cutting the screws. Again… it won’t stop a determined thief, but it sure would slow them down hopefully long enough for them to be discovered or for them to simply get frustrated and give up.

    * The shelves have little plastic clips that hold them into position. In my case because the shelves were dislodged during shipping, one of these clips was broken, but the weight of the shelves is substantial enough that it isn’t a problem so they stay where they need to be. The nice thing is since the shelves are removable it allows for more versatility depending upon your needs.

    * The hinges for the safe are on the interior so that does make it harder to break into. Also, because the unit is practically flush (the locking knob and keypad stick out a very small amount) you could hide the safe behind a picture without any problems.

    The Bad:

    * As some other reviewers have mentioned, shipping could potentially be an issue. Looking at the safe it states it is made in China, so when you consider this unit is shipped half way across the globe and eventually to a distributor who then sends it to Amazon who then in turn sends it to you – well obviously there is a chance you could experience some damage. In my case the safe itself was in perfect shape (it is protected by some EPS foam blocks) but the two shelves on the interior were loose inside the safe so they were bouncing around quite a bit. I didn’t see any scratches, but I’m sure more than one person has experienced some damage due to careless shipping. This really isn’t a problem with the safe itself other than to say Stack-On should have inserted some foam blocks on the interior of the safe to prevent the shelves from rattling around.

    * The batteries to operate the lock are installed on the inside of the door. This means when the batteries run out and need to be replaced, you won’t be able to unlock the safe. There is a set of keys which can be used to bypass the lock (you need to remove the Stack-On plastic cover on the front of the unit to expose the lock), but in my view that sort of defeats the purpose of having an electronic lock in the…

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  2. R. Wentworth "RWentworth" says:
    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worthwhile Purchase, March 1, 2009
    By 
    R. Wentworth “RWentworth” (Denver, CO USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Initially, I couldn’t find the key hole to initially unlock the safe so I could put batteries in it. They have hidden it well. I called Sportsman’s Guide and they gave me the number for Stack-On and they told me that the key hole is hidden under a little plastic plate between the handle and keypad that pops off.

    With some shims from Lowe’s, I got it to fit so snugly between the studs that it almost didn’t need to be screwed in. It fits flush with the drywall face and opens nicely every time. I recommend it.

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  3. A. LOCOCO "TDB, LLC." says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EXCELLENT choice for the proper application., January 19, 2011
    By 
    A. LOCOCO “TDB, LLC.” (Midwest USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Stack-On PWS-1522 Wall Safe with Electronic Lock (Tools & Home Improvement)

    The PWS-1522 is a “price point” or entry level security unit providing basic safeguarding of valuables etc. For LESS than $100 you can’t go wrong, we use them as add-on sales for clients or throw them in with larger remodeling jobs. The average family has loads of valuables just lying around: petty cash, credit cards, ID cards, financial documents, private info on CD/DVD/USB or external computer drives. Not to mention Jewelery, watches, coins and extra keys. This should not be a stand-alone system or sole security item. It is meant and should be used in conjunction with alarm, gun safe, floor safe etc. It keeps the opportunistic thief [teenage kids, dopey friends of your kids, hit ‘n run break in] from a quick score. With enough time and/or skill ANY security mesure can be defeated. Oddly the people who give this unit poor marks obviously thought they were buying the home equivillent to Fort Knox. We have marketed higher end in-wall safes in our business BUT they started at $400 plus the cost of our labor. There are some fantastic wall units at $400 to $1,000 dollars. Guess what, they did not sell and I sat on them forever! At that range most folks opt for a free standing safe. Anyways with a cordless sawzall and a 6″ demo blade it really does not matter what unit you have, if someone really wanted it they could just saw the studs around it and take it somewhere to bust it opem!
    We looked at a lot of entry level units [we only stock one] and Stack On is a Wacaunda, Il. based company although made overseas [like everything these days!] and offer a three year warranty. At this price point it had by far the best and most CONSISTANT level of quality. I have installed dozens of these without ONE customer problem. We do however quality control each item when we receive it to insure we do not show up to the client’s home a problem unit. The only minor issues we have had were shelf clips [plastic] MIA or broken and a few cosmetic paint blemishes, which is easily cured by a quick alcohol prep. and touching up with BBQ grill flat black paint.
    Until I see another unit at $100 or LESS that is better I’m going to stick with it!

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