Top tips on how to stay safe this Christmas

Posted December 22nd, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

After what feels like a long and dismal year, a lot of us have thrown caution to the wind and gone early with our Christmas decorations in an attempt to lift spirits and spread a little festive joy.

As the excitement builds for the big day, we wanted to share some of our top tips for staying safe – a few extra precautions that may seem obvious now, but can easily slip your mind on the run-up to Christmas.

So, let’s get started.

Fire safety

Burn candles safely

Candles are popular all year round, but more so during the festive season. There are a plethora of scented Christmas candles to choose from – be it cinnamon, pine, fir, orange zest, winter spice, sandalwood, etc – and they come in all sorts of colours, shapes and sizes. You can even buy decorative Christmas candle holders too.

However, you must never place candles near your Christmas tree, furnishings or any other items that can come into contact with the flame. Keep candles, lighters and matches out of reach of children. And never leave burning candles unattended.

Test your fire alarm

Ok, so this is probably the least of your worries when there are presents to be wrapped, mince pies to be eaten and mulled wine to be drunk! But you must check that your fire alarm and battery are working at all times.

With fairy lights – both indoors and out – and various other electricals, there is bound to be a lot more pressure on your sockets, not to mention the addition of candles on the fireplace, windowsill or kitchen table. Testing your fire alarm regularly will ensure that it will sound in the unfortunate event of a fire. And the best bit is, all it takes is a weekly check and a quick clean to remove any dust.

Kitchen safety

Be vigilant

If you’ve hosted Christmas before, you’ll know just how hectic things can get in the kitchen. You have a list as long as your arm – from preparing the vegetables and arranging the table to making sure the turkey doesn’t burn in the oven! Which is why it pays to be extra vigilant in the kitchen at Christmas time.

Loose materials can catch fire very quickly so avoid wearing baggy clothing and keep towels and oven gloves handy but not too close to the cooker or hob. Try not to get distracted by what’s going on around you either.

Don’t drink alcohol whilst cooking

Did you know that more fires start in the kitchen than any other room in the house?

We understand that it’s a celebration, and you want to have a tipple with loved ones, but you should stay sober. At least until you’ve finished cooking, have turned everything off, and sat down to tuck into your delicious Christmas dinner!

Personal and property safety

Don’t reveal too much

What springs to mind when you think of Christmas? Is it spending time with your nearest and dearest? Enjoying delicious food at the Christmas Markets and splurging on lavish gifts? Perhaps you enjoy getting dressed up on Christmas Day?

Although a lot of us can’t wait to share with family and friends on social media what we’re up to, where we are and what Father Christmas brought us, it’s important we stay safe online.

Invest in a safe

At Christmas, our houses are often filled with gifts. We’re all guilty of stashing presents in the loft out of reach of the children and slipping things under the bed or in the wardrobe. But the truth is, even if you think you have the most discrete hiding place in the house, it’s not to say savvy criminals won’t find it!

Therefore, investing in a safe is a great idea and will enable you to protect presents and any other expensive or sentimental items.

At eSafes, we stock an extensive range of safes and are confident that you’ll find something suitable for your valuables, space and budget. We cannot recommend our fireproof safes enough. These will protect your possessions from the threat of a house fire – not just during the holiday season but all year round. For more information about the fireproof safes we supply, or for expert advice on which safe to choose for your home, give us a call on 0800 7832 328 today and we will do everything we can to assist.

How much do safes cost?

Posted November 24th, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

Ever considered investing in a safe – either for your home or office? If not, why not?

Safes are an important investment for homeowners and businesses alike and allow you to store all kinds of hard-to-replace items, including How much do safes cost?expensive jewellery, family heirlooms, cash, documents, and more. However, a question we get asked a lot is how much do safes cost?

It’s tricky to say how much you will pay for a safe as the overall price can vary significantly depending on several factors. These include the size of the safe, the level of security it provides, how much fire protection it offers and any other built-in features.

Let’s break these down.

  • Size

When shopping for safes, size matters – and the bigger units are almost always the most expensive. But, spending a little more on a larger safe will give you ample storage space for your possessions and, in turn, eliminate the need to squeeze everything in. A more roomy safe will not only protect your goods against harm but allow you to organise them – ideal for office documents and valuable equipment that will be left on the premises overnight.

  • Level of security

Smaller safes that offer a basic level of security for cash and valuables tend to be the cheapest and can be installed almost anywhere around the home. Whilst safes that have many security features – and are virtually impenetrable – will cost you more upfront. However, if you’re storing precious items in a particularly vulnerable location, a secure box is well worth the expense.

  • Fire protection

If you’re searching for an office safe to store important documents and files, a safe with increased fire protection is desirable as you want to be sure that your papers won’t be destroyed in case of a fire. Though fire and data safes that offer more resistance usually carry a hefty price tag, they are well worth the extra expense to protect your documents against the worst.

  • Other features

Some safes have built-in features which – although it depends on the type – can affect the price. These include things like interior fabrics, lighting and shelving and a painted finish on the exterior that ensures the unit can withstand all impacts.

Something else to be mindful of is that wall safes – the ones that slot into the wall in place of bricks – cost a fraction more than standard safes. But they do make it very unlikely for a burglar to remove the entire safe and get away with your possessions.

Ready to buy a safe?

From home and office safes to deposit safes, gun safes and fire document safes, we have an extensive range available for you to choose from. These come with a key, electronic or fingerprint lock as standard, allowing you to secure the items held inside.

Simply browse the range in full and narrow down your options using the navigation at the top. If you’re unsure about anything or have a question about the safes we currently stock, you’re welcome to contact us at any time. Either call 0800 7832 328 or email [email protected], and we’ll be in touch.

5 reasons to add a safe to your Christmas list

Posted October 28th, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

It won’t be long before you’re putting up the Christmas tree, watching festive films with the kid’s and seeing their little faces light up once they open their presents on Christmas morning. But, as the UK continues its battle with the coronavirus, it’s clear that Christmas 2020 is going to be like no other – and, large families will have to rethink their family festivities to comply with the ‘rule of six’.

Although it won’t be what we’re used to, it doesn’t mean that you can’t still buy gifts for your loved ones. Online shopping makes it easy for you to shop for everyone on your list – from the comfort and safety of your home – without having to wear a mask, keep a safe 2m apart and follow a one-way system! But before you get carried away splurging on everyone else, have you thought about what you’ll ask for this year? Of course, you may have had your eye on a pair of designer trainers, a sparkly diamond ring or the PlayStation 5 – but might we suggest a safe?

Here we look at the key benefits of having a safe in your home:


Arguably, the best thing about safes is that they allow you to keep all kinds of items safe and secure – out of reach of thieves and burglars. This could be anything from family heirlooms, expensive pieces of jewellery, cash or electronics (i.e. laptops, mobile phones, etc.).


Always wanted somewhere secure to keep important documents, such as bank statements, birth certificates, passports, tax returns and wills? Perhaps you want to protect other hard-to-replace items? A fireproof safe is a fantastic investment for your home and will save your valuables from getting damaged or destroyed in the unfortunate event of a fire. Typically, these safes offer 30, 60 or 90 minutes of fire protection for paper, however, some brands offer up to 120 minutes resistance.


Safes are great for keeping potentially dangerous items, like shotguns, away from little ones who are instinctively curious and quick to touch things they aren’t supposed to. It’s also a legal requirement for all weapons (including ammunition) to be stored securely inside a lockable gun safe or cabinet to keep them out of harm’s way and prevent misuse.

Money saving

One of the most surprising benefits of safes is that – if fitted professionally by a qualified installer – they can lower your home insurance rates because the risk of material losses and damages is minimised. The money you save could go towards future home improvements, family holidays or the items on your original Christmas list! You decide.

It’s also worth speaking with your insurer as they will be able to advise you on the best place to locate your safe to ensure you benefit from competitive insurance premiums.

Peace of mind

Are you a stickler for putting things “in a safe place”? Or forgetting what you’ve done with your keys? Fear not, a safe can save you the stress of searching high and low and provide you with the peace of mind that items are held safely and are close at hand.

What’s more, several safes are designed especially for large bunches of keys, including budget key safes, deep key vaults and key stores. These allow you to store your keys conveniently and can only be opened using the appropriate key or code. For more information about the safes we supply online – here at eSafes – and why you should add one to your wish list, get in touch with the team today. Just give us a call on 0800 7832 328 or drop us an email at [email protected], and we’ll get back to you shortly.

Where is the best place to hide a safe?

Posted September 7th, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

So, you’ve recently invested in a safe to protect your valuables? Great – but have you thought of a good place to hide it? You want it somewhere that’s easy to access but out of reach of kids.

Safes attract burglars, like a magnet, as they assume there’s something valuable stored inside them. Experienced burglars know all the common hiding spots – be it in the drawer, cabinet or under the bed – so you must choose wisely.

Here we look at five of the best secret places to hide your safe:

  • In the attic

The attic or loft is a great hiding place for safes and other valuable possessions. Burglars won’t want to spend long in your house – climbing up into the attic – as this increases the risk of them getting caught.

Now, we’re not saying you should just plonk your safe in the middle of the attic. Try camouflaging it with old boxes or furniture – making it barely noticeable. To make it even harder for burglars to get to the attic, don’t leave the ladders nearby and secure the door with a lock.

  • In the wall

Whether you want to protect cash, jewellery, important documents or hard drives, wall safes are a brilliant option.

A wall safe can be hidden anywhere in the home – be it upstairs or downstairs – but we’d always suggest putting it somewhere that’s easy to access for those who know about its location.

  • In the floor

Arguably the most secure and discrete place to hide a safe is under the floor. Underfloor safes are an incredibly popular choice today, and with good reason.

They are difficult to remove and can be covered with a big fluffy carpet or any other furniture – making it harder for burglars to spot. The safes we supply can be installed into concrete and wood floors and they come with a combination, electronic or key lock as standard.

  • Under the stair treads

Safes come in all shapes and sizes and can house all manner of items – be it family heirlooms, delicate pieces of jewellery or the latest technology. Depending on the size of your chosen safe, and the goods you intend on storing inside it, you may consider modifying your stair treads to create a top-secret hiding place.

Although you may need to hire a professional to ensure there are no obvious traces of modification, it’s the last place a burglar will think to look.

  • Behind a hidden door or secret mirror

Ok, so it’s not the cheapest option but it’s certainly one of the most effective places to conceal a safe. The great thing is, unlike the attic, safes behind secret doors and mirrors are easily accessible for those who know about them, yet almost invisible for anyone else.

If you’re replacing a cabinet or closet with a hidden door, make sure it blends with the environment – as one that stands out will attract attention.

Need expert advice?

There are many places you can hide a safe in your home. But we understand that every home is different and some safes might suit your property better than others.

No matter which safe you choose and what you keep inside it, we suggest you avoid hiding it (and any valuables):

  • in a cabinet or drawer
  • under the kitchen sink
  • in the freezer
  • in a child’s bedroom
  • inside a vase or plant pot
  • inside a jewellery box
  • in the laundry basket
  • under the mattress or beneath the bed

If you have any questions about hiding a safe or would like to discuss your requirements in detail, get in touch with us today. Simply call 0800 7832 328, email [email protected] or fill in the online enquiry form.

Should I invest in a key safe?

Posted September 7th, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

Do you work in a factory, office suite or hospital? A hotel or car dealership? Wherever it may be, we can bet you’ll have access to a lot of keys – either for rooms, cupboards or cars. But what do you do with them when your shift ends?

The solution is simple.

A key safe is a strong metal box that is designed to store all manner of keys. It can be installed inside or outside – into the brick or concrete – and is accessed by a combination code which helps to protect your keys from going missing or being stolen. Without the correct code, the door won’t open. And as specialists in safes and secure storage, we have a comprehensive range of key safes and cabinets available within our online catalogue, here at eSafes, which can store up to 500 keys.

Why might you need a key safe?

There are lots of reasons why you should consider investing in a key safe.

Safes are great for storing valuable possessions – keeping them out of harm’s way and ready for when you need them next. Key safes are the same, only they are designed to house keys and fobs.

An indoor key safe is typically used by industries that deal with hundreds – if not thousands – of keys on a regular basis. For example, garages, hotels and letting agents. They are particularly useful for schools and other commercial environments where multiple people will require different keys at various times during the day too.

But they aren’t just great for businesses. Indoor key safes are ideal if your family is constantly misplacing car keys, garage keys, shed keys, bike padlock keys, etc.

Some safes are suitable for outdoor use – allowing you to keep spare keys outside for people to easily gain access to your property. Outdoor key safes are invaluable if you have a loved one who lives alone and may struggle to get to the door when you knock. They allow family members, carers or healthcare professionals to access the property without disturbing the occupant.

What’s the best key safe?

The best key safe for you will depend on several factors, including how many keys you need to store, how much space you have available and your budget.

However, we provide safes to suit every need – from leading brands, such as Burton Safes, Chubbsafes, De Raat, Phoenix Safes and Securikey – and all our key safes come with a high-security combination, electronic, key, padlock or push-button lock as standard. So whether you’re looking for a budget key safe, a portable key safe or deep key vault, you should have no issue finding it at eSafes.

Some of our safes and cabinets also come with a selection of coloured keyrings which makes it easier for you to organise your keys and identify exactly which ones are missing.

If you have any questions about key safes or would like some assistance choosing one, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Just give us a call on 0800 7832 328 or drop us an email at [email protected] and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

Top 5 things to store in a home safe

Posted June 11th, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

THome safes are great for keeping valuables away from prying eyes. They come in all shapes and sizes, so if you’re considering a safe, you need to think about exactly what you want to store in there.

The last thing you want to do is buy a small safe only to find  you can’t fit everything in. Likewise, you don’t want to opt for one that’s too big, resulting in you paying for space you don’t need.

To help, the team of security experts at eSafes, have pulled together five of the most common things stored inside safes to get you started.


Replacing a passport can be a pain in the neck. Not only is it expensive, it can also take a long time. Why not save yourself the hassle and expense and store your passport in a home safe? This way you needn’t worry about losing it or forgetting where you last put it.


Thanks to technological advances, it’s never been more difficult to steal a car. But what if your car is parked on your drive? Opportunistic criminals will bargain on your keys being easily accessible (perhaps even eyeing them up through the window if you’ve left them on show) and break into your home to grab them before driving away with your car.

Depending on where you store your keys, they may not even need to break in. Hooking through letterboxes is a common technique and, these days, even standing by your front door using clever devices to transmit signals from keys inside and trick cars into opening.

The safest way to avoid being caught out? Any car keys, or spare keys that aren’t being used, should always be stored in a home safe. It’s the safest, most secure option.

Insurance documents

In the unfortunate event your home is damaged or destroyed as a result of fire, flood or natural disaster, you will need to make an insurance claim. But to do so, you need the appropriate documentation, detailing your household possessions. Keeping these vital documents (including any other important policies) in a home safe that’s fireproof is a great idea and will ensure they are kept safe, out of harm’s way, so you can make a successful claim.


Having cash in the house is always good for when an emergency strikes, but many people are unsure about how much they should keep in their home safe. As a guide, every safe is given a cash rating, determined by a range of factors, including:

  • the resistance to be being moved
  • the security and complexity of the lock
  • the thickness and strength of safe walls and door
  • the general build quality

If you intend on storing a specific high-value item or cash amount in your safe, you’ll ned to check with your insurer beforehand. It may be that a higher rating is required.

As a leading safe specialist, eSafes supply a wide range of AiS approved cash-rated home safes and can advise you on the best one for your needs, taking into consideration the amount of money you wish to keep at home. A safe with the AiS logo on it is generally a green light for automatic insurance approval.


Although many people opt for jewellery boxes and stands, home safes are a far more secure option for storing valuable and sentimental pieces. Safes are typically free-standing or bolted down but you can also get them in wall and floor varieties too, depending on the brand.

Home safes are great for various other items too, including copies of wills, paperwork, hard drives and more. For more information about what you can store in a safe, feel free to get in touch with the eSafes team on 0800 7832 328 or send an email to [email protected]. On hand from 8.30am till 5.00pm, Monday to Friday, they will be more than happy to answer your questions. Or, if you’re ready to purchase a home safe, be sure to check out the extensive range of home safes online.

What to Consider Before Purchasing a Home Safe

Posted March 23rd, 2020 in Uncategorized by Richard Nash

Home safes can be extremely useful when it comes to protecting and securing your valuable belongings and important papers. However, before you make the investment, it’s important to consider a number of elements to ensure you’re doing the right thing.

In this article, the home security experts at eSafes will explain what you need to consider before buying a safe for your home.


Remember to measure the area in which you’re planning to place the safe. Check that the box will not obstruct access to any part of a room or to any entrances or exits.

If you’re planning on purchasing a larger safe, you should also think about how it can be transported upstairs or through doors. Measure door frames and inform the safe provider of any obstacles that may increase the difficulty of getting your safe delivered and installed.


A safe should not be in a position that is too prominent or accessible. We recommend placing it somewhere that is not visible to members of the public passing outside.

Make sure you can keep your safe in a place to which you regularly have quick, easy access, such as your home office. You should also think of measures to avoid leaving the keys in an easy-to-reach place or writing the access code anywhere it may be visible to unauthorised individuals.


Who will be allowed to use the safe? Think about the family members and visitors to your home who you will trust with access to your security box. Try to prevent sharing access information with too many people as this will help you to avoid it being accidentally shared.

This decision will help you to determine what type of safe you’ll get – key lock, code, combination or biometric – as it’s easier and safer to share codes with multiple people than to hand out numerous keys that may be lost.


What do you need your safe to do? Are you likely to need a fireproof or waterproof safe? Will you be storing paper inside? What about data storage devices? Would you like to be able to set a “lockdown” period that renders the safe inaccessible for between 1 and 48 hours?

There are all kinds of specialist options to choose from to ensure your safe performs exactly as you need it to.


Finally, you need to consider what you can sensibly afford. There are a number of smaller, simpler safes that cost little but are still very high in quality – so you can save money by avoiding safes with features you don’t need.

There is also the option to purchase a refurbished safe. eSafes restores high quality used security boxes to be like new, so you can benefit from a perfectly functional second hand product that is still as safe and insurable as the day it was made.

For further advice regarding purchasing a home safe, contact the team at eSafes today via [email protected]

Top 5 Home Safes for 2020

Posted February 27th, 2020 in Buying Guides by Richard Nash

This year marks the start of a new decade, making it the perfect time to change up your approach to home security and start the 20s as you mean to go on.

One of the best ways in which you can protect your cash and valuables is by securing them in a high quality home safe. Of course, there are a great many models to choose from – so how do you decide which is best?

In this article, the home security specialists at Esafes reveal our top 5 home safes for 2020, so read on to discover the perfect model for your unique requirements.

1: Top budget safe: the Chubbsafes Elements Air 15K

The Chubbsafes Elements Air range is a highly affordable selection of security boxes that provide superb protection for your valuables.

The 15K is possibly the best value option at only £79 ex VAT, as it boasts generous interior dimensions for such a compact model. Plus, it features super-secure steel locking bolts along with base and back fittings.

With a 2mm thick body and 4mm steel door, this model is extremely tough and durable. It’s cash rated to £1000 (£10,000 for non-cash valuables) and comes with a one-year warranty.

2: Top safe for additional fire protection: The Yale Extra Large Fire Safe

If you have a little more space to play with and you wish to rule out any possible damage to your safe and its contents, we highly recommend the Yale Extra Large Fire Safe.

Fitted with an electronic keypad, the safe is cash rated to £1000, fully felt-lined and fireproof for up to one hour. You can also set a “lockdown” period, making it inaccessible for between 1 and 48 hours.

3: Top biometric safe: The Burton Eurovault

The fingerprint-accessible Burton Eurovault is cash rated to £10,000 and AiS approved. The warranty on this model lasts for 5 years in a domestic setting, and it features an ingenious relocking device and anti-drill protection.

Of course, if you’d rather opt for a more traditional entry method, this model can also be fitted with a key lock, electronic keypad or combination lock.

4: Top safe with a high cash rating: The Dudley Europa Grade 3 Range

Each model in the Dudley Europa Grade 3 safe range is cash rated to an amazing £35,000. They are AiS approved and fitted with either a Key lock, Electronic lock or Combination Lock.

All Dudley Safes are high quality and built in the UK!

5: Top luxury safe: The Phoenix Next Luxury Range

For something a little more high-end, the Phoenix Next Luxury range is ideal. Available in a variety of elegant finishes to match your home decor, including sleek black, sharp white or sumptuous cherry or oak, you can wave goodbye to the utilitarian look with these models.

Each is fire resistant for up to an hour and fitted with both fingerprint access and a touch panel lock. They’re beautifully finished inside and cash rated to £3000.

For more information about our products and services, contact Esafes today.

Security Resolutions: Protecting Your Valuables in the New Year

Posted December 18th, 2019 in Buying Guides, Uncategorized by Richard Nash

It’s the time of year when people decide to make changes as they look to the future. This year is particularly meaningful as we look towards a new decade.

At eSafes, we have a great suggestion for a New Years Resolution that you can keep easily: upgrade your home security and the payoff throughout future years may be considerable.

Why upgrade my security?

If you keep valuables in your home, it is important that they are protected against theft. Jewellery, electronic devices and any other items of this kind should be kept away from windows and exterior doors and secured out of sight.

Failing to do this will make break ins more likely and may cause a great deal of expense and distress to members of your household.

Whether you’ve received valuable Christmas gifts or you’d just like to ensure that your home is a little safer moving forward, making changes to your security to help you keep items safe is a great way to start the New Year.

When should I make the necessary changes?

The best time to improve your security is sooner rather than later, particularly during the winter months and early spring. This time of year always sees darker, longer nights, providing greater cover of darkness to would-be intruders.

For this reason, the latest and earliest months of the year are the peak time for break-ins.

New Year’s Eve itself sees many homeowners leaving their properties to celebrate in town and city centres or with friends. This creates opportunities for thieves to break into the homes that are left empty, confident that the residents will not return until late.

What is the best approach to upgrading my security for the New Year?

Installing additional door and window locks – or upgrading to smart locks that can be controlled remotely – are great ways to manage access to your property.

However, one of the best ways to ensure that your valuables are inaccessible should all of the above hardware be bypassed is the acquisition of a home safe. These items can be highly affordable, easy to install and unobtrusive in almost any space.

What is the best type of safe for my needs?

This depends on the type of items you wish to store, as well as their volume and value.

Cash and jewellery

If you wish to store cash, you could opt for a simple and compact home safe like those from the Chubbsafes Elements Air series. They’re cash rated to £1,000 (£10,000 for non-cash valuables) and accessible via a simple key lock or electronic code lock.

For larger amounts of cash, jewellery and watches, the Securikey Euro Grade 3 safe series is superb. They’re fire-resistant for up to 30 minutes and cash rated to an impressive £35,000 (£350,000 for non-cash valuables).

They’re available in nine different sizes and can be accessed via key lock, electronic keypad or combination lock.

Paperwork and electronics

The new Phoenix Fire Commander FS1911F is tested to the Swedish NT Fire 017-120 paper standard. This means it will protect paper from fire for up to 2 hours. It’s also drop-tested to 9.1 metres.

The safe will also protect data devices from fire for up to an hour – but for something more compact and suited to the shape of a laptop, the Yale Laptop Media safe is also superb. It’s lined with soft material to prevent scratching too.

For further information about our available safes, browse our range today or contact [email protected]

Why Our Home Safes are Perfect For Storing Your Christmas Presents

Posted November 27th, 2019 in Buying Guides by Richard Nash

It’s unfortunately unsurprising that the period prior to Christmas sees a rise in thefts and burglaries. As we gather presents and cash gifts for our loved ones, our homes become more and more attractive to criminals.

It’s also darker for longer at this time of year – and many of us go out socialising regularly – providing more opportunities for undetected break-ins.

So how can you keep valuable Christmas gifts safe in your home? A new safe could be the answer.

In this article, the security experts at eSafes will explain why our security boxes can help to prevent the theft of almost any kind of Christmas present.

Suitable For Any Budget

We know that Christmas is an expensive time – but replacing stolen presents can make it costlier still. Luckily, eSafes stocks a range of high quality budget safes, so that you can afford to keep valuables secure, whatever your budget.

We also offer free delivery anywhere in the UK mainland – plus, you could benefit from one of our regular special offers.

Finally, we are skilled at reconditioning used safes. Our team restores older security boxes to full functionality, allowing them to look and work just like new. This provides a more affordable option without any change in quality.

All Shapes and Sizes

Whatever the size of the gift you’ve purchased, you’ll be able to store it somewhere secure thanks to the great variety of safe volumes we offer.

From compact boxes to larger models and even full-sized cabinets, you’ll find the type you need to hold anything and everything.

Easy to Insure

The cash ratings of our safes range from £1,000 (£10,000 for non-cash items) to £35,000 (£350 for non-cash valuables). This is the amount of cash – or the value of other items – that can be covered by insurance when secured within the safe.

Specialist Features

Not only can our safes provide great security for cash, jewellery and sensitive documents, but they can also be used to store more specialist items such as data devices.

Items that hold data can be damaged easily and, should there be a fire, the data can be corrupted at a certain temperature.

From DVDs and CDs to hard drives and USB sticks, you can keep almost any device protected within a data safe.

Extra Protection

If you wish to take precautions against fire or flooding, look no further. Many eSafes products have been rigorously tested to prove that they can withstand flames or water for more than 30 minutes. Some remain secure for up to 120 minutes.

Many of our safes also feature extra reinforcement so they cannot be broken open under any circumstances.

For further information about our range of safes, explore our selection of new and used models today. Otherwise, contact our team on 0800 783 2328 or [email protected] and we’ll be happy to provide you with expert assistance and advice.