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Pro Capable of floating
While the waterproof seal on the First Alert ensures that the safe's contents remain dry during a flood, it likewise enables the safe to float, making it easy to locate in the aftermath.
Pro Fire and water proof
The First Alert keeps its contents safe and dry from both fire and water. It's UL classified to survive external temperatures of 1550°F for a period of up to 30 minutes, all the while protecting the valuables it contains. It's also independently verified to protect digital media, including memory sticks, CD's, DVD's, and external hard drives. What's more, its waterproof seal keeps contents dry, even when completely submerged in water.
Pro Trustworthy brand
"First Alert" is one of the most recognized and trusted American brands that specializes in home safety and security products.
Pro Durable construction
Constructed from PDA plastic and containing a concrete fill, the First Alert is a heavy-duty safe that's built to withstand harsh elements.
Pro Ideal for storing documents and small items
The First Alert is the perfect size for storing letter-sized documents (lying flat) as well as other small valuable items.
Pro Can be carried easily and safely
The First Alert features a handle that makes it convenient to carry and transport if needs be. It's also secured by a clamping-style latch with a key lock.
Con May require airing from time to time
Some users have reported their documents feeling humid-like following an extended period of being sealed in the safe. As such, the First Alert may need to be aired once in a while so to avoid a build-up of moisture and/or mold.