SentrySafe Fire-Safe Waterproof Chest Giveaway (Ends 12/09/13)

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The SentrySafe Fire-Safe Waterproof Chest includes a 360 degree jamb and waterproof seal that insulates the inside from the threat of water damage.

This chest also has the following features:

  • UL Classified for Fire Endurance (1/2 hour at 1550°F) to protect documents, records and valuables stored inside for fire damage
  • ETL Verified for ½ hour fire protection of CDs, DVDs, Memory Sticks and USB Drives up to 1550°F to protect precious media in the event of a fire
  • ETL Verified waterproof to protect valuable items stored inside
  • Privacy key lock helps prevent unwanted access to private documents and materials
  • Convenient carrying handle for easy transport and access to valuable items and documents

This safe is pretty compact, so it’s great for the most important papers. I can comfortably fit our birth certificates and social security cards in there, and the priceless artwork my daughter has created at school. With a few break-ins we’ve had on our side of town lately my husband also mentioned getting a gun in the future. I think a small handgun would probably fit inside the safe as well. It’s very heavy duty. I wouldn’t want to carry this safe around all day! The key is also handy for extra protection. This little safe would make a great gift this Christmas!

It’s also great to have a safe like this during a natural disaster. A family who went through Hurricane Sandy was able to save their family’s genealogy because of their SentrySafe. Check out some testimonials from happy employees and customers below.

 One lucky winner will receive a SentrySafe Fire-Safe Waterproof Chest. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will end on December 9th at 11:59 p.m. ET. Please enter on the Rafflecopter below.

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13 thoughts on “SentrySafe Fire-Safe Waterproof Chest Giveaway (Ends 12/09/13)

  • I would put baby pictures, wedding pictures, marriage license, birth certificates, etc.

  • Definitely put birth certificates, passports, deeds, etc., but also put some emergency cash, emergency phone numbers. we’ve never had a fire, thank God, but our hot water heater burst once, years ago, water was all over boxes that contained papers, etc. All ruined!

  • Important legal documents, and if there is room, hard drive back up of photos, movies, and documents

  • I have not lost any papers but I would like to use it for ss cards, bith certicates….

  • I haven’t lost documents yet, but want to be prepared if something happens. birth certificates, ss cards, passports, some photos that can’t be replaced, insurance info, family jewelry, and cash on hand would be in my sentry safe.

  • I would put our birth certificates in it.

  • Important papers and maybe a few photos

  • My childs birth certificate and mine my life insurane policies and his my diamond jewelry and some memtos from my sons child hood

  • Birth certificates, wills, insurance policies, credit cards or numbers. cash, I have not lost my home ta fire or flood. However, I live on a lake and have had fires get very close to me.

  • I would put important documents like birth certificates, life insurance policies, vaccination records, SSNs, etc.

  • Birth Certificates and Passports! I haven’t yet lost anything due to a fire or flood, but this looks like a great thing to protect from that kind of thing.

  • things like birth certificates,insurance policies.i have never lost anything to a fire,just plain lost papers thats why i need a safe

  • Photos and birth certificates are what I would put in the Sentry Safe. I’ve never lost items due to fire or flood.

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