A safe is a safe, or so many of us think. While most of us do happen to have some sort of valuables in the home that we would like to ensure that they remain safe and sound while we are not in, perhaps a safe deposit box at the bank or vault would be a better option. Having said that, depending on how valuable a particular item is, we would then pick and choose a corresponding safe – even if it were to cost a bomb like the Traum White Legacy Safe. Still, other affordable yet secure options like the $279.95 Biometric Bedside Safe would get the job done.
This is one biometric safe that picked up “The Best” rating from the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute thanks to its user accessibility and features. Analysts have programmed their fingerprints into a range of biometric safes, and this model happened to be the easiest for them to access as authorized users. The safe accepted 94% of biometric fingerprints on the first scan, and its 14-gauge steel door secures valuables with its built-in anti-pry tabs and reinforced latch system that delivers additional protection against forced entry. It will also come with a 15-fingerprint memory, letting other authorized users gain access to it, or simply to have a single user to upload multiple fingerprints – I do wonder if it registers toeprints as well? It has an automatic door that opens in one second after swipe, while the interior lights delivers visibility of contents in the dark. If all else fails, there are the Included two keys to get the job done.