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Safe Locks: Is a Key or Digital Lock Best?

No matter what we do in life, keeping ourselves and our belongings safe is very important. For this reason, many people store their valuables in a safe. And when it comes to safe locks, there are many options to choose from. Some people swear by traditional key locking safes as being the best. Others prefer modern digital locks and believe they are the most secure. So, which is the best option for you and your valuables? Before you make your choice, compare the pros and cons of each.

TS Range Eurograde S2 Mini Vault SilverTraditional Key Locking Safes

Many old Western Films revolve around a gang trying to steal valuables from a safe. In fact, traditional safes have been around for hundreds of years. And they are so reliable that many of the earliest safes are still in use today. They are cheaper than digital safe locks and need very little maintenance. While many people assume that key locks are easier to break into, this is a common misconception. Key lock safes require a huge effort to open without the key. Just ask any locksmith who needs to open a safe when someone loses their key. But this also leads to the downside that you need to keep the key safe. Losing the key could compromise your valuables if someone finds it and knows where your safe is. Many people leave a spare key with someone they trust so they can retrieve their valuables if they lose the key.

TS Range Eurograde S2 Mini Vault GoldModern Digital Safes

A digital safe offers many more safety options than key lock safes, and they are quite versatile. You can change the code anytime you like without anyone knowing. That can be useful if your business changes staff or an employee leaves. It is also a good idea to change your combination often to maintain the best security. Digital safes are simple to use and quick to open as you simply need to enter the access code. And there is no need to worry about losing a key! Many digital safes will lock themselves down if someone enters the wrong code several times. A minor inconvenience to a digital safe is that you will need to change the battery regularly. But the biggest downside is that they will cost you more than a traditional key safe.

So Which Type of Safe is Best?

Choosing the best safe is simply a matter of preference. Both options are great for keeping your valuables safe, but it more or less comes down to the cost versus the convenience. Some people will prefer a key safe since it’s cheaper, and others may prefer a digital safe for the extra features. Once you decide on which type of safe you want, it’s just a matter of finding the one that suits your needs.

Whether you are looking for a traditional key locking safe or a modern digital option, view the full range of safes available from Trident Safes.

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