GunVault Introduces the DrawerVault

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posted on April 19, 2012
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GunVault has introduced a new compact security safe—the DrawerVault—designed to fit in most standard drawers for secure storage of a handgun, passports, documents, cash or other valuables.

The DrawerVault is constructed of 18-gauge steel and includes a foam-lined interior to protect its contents, and is available with either GunVault’s No-Eyes keypad or a biometric fingerprint scanner that can hold up to 120 fingerprint templates, and a spring-loaded door. An audio and LED low-battery indicator protects against tampering and power loss.

Model: GV 3000, GVB 3000
Length: 12 inches
Width: 10 inches
Height: 4.25 inches
Weight: 8.1 pounds
Power: One 9-volt alkaline battery (not included)
Access: Biometric fingerprint scanner or digital key pad with key lock override
MSRP: GV 3000 - $219.99, GVB 3000 – $334.99

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