Fortress R300E Diversion Security Safe

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posted on January 16, 2014
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Not every work or living space is ideally suited for a full-size safe. In some cases, it would be helpful to have a safe that is not only compact, but able to hide in plain sight. For these situations, Heritage Security Products offers the Fortress brand R300E Diversion security safe. Weighing in at 190-pounds with 1/4-inch thick walls, the exterior of this product is designed to mimic the appearance of a mini refrigerator unit.

The hinged exterior door completely conceals the safe's quick-access electronic lock. The interior door is secured by 1-inch bolts, and the safe features the Alarm-U programmable alarm system for added security. Although this safe is not designed to hold long guns, the removable shelves and lockable pull-out drawer provide plenty of room for handguns, cameras, hard drives and other small valuables.

For more information, go to FortressSafe.com.

 

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