Keyless Lock Box - Realtor
Type Hide A Key
These key keeper boxes are a great idea! They attach to your door or door frame and you can store keys for cleaning people, workers or real estate
brokers. These boxes open easily using a combination you choose and set yourself. You can change your combination as often as you wish for added security.
Easy surface mount installation - screws to door frame or wall or any flat surface.
Very heavy duty construction.
Combinations can easily be changed.
Q. Can I reset the combination?
A. Yes. The combination can be changed as often as you like without
any special tools.
Q. What is the warranty on the hide a keyboxes?
A. All keybox lines have a one year warranty against manufacturing
defects. This does not cover forgotten combinations.
Q. How well does the keybox function when exposed to the
A. Very well, however, it is a mechanical device so it can freeze when
directly exposed to freezing weather. Rain, cold and heat does not affect
the functionality of the keybox.
Q. What is the factory setting for the pushbutton keybox?
A. There is no preset combination for the pushbutton keybox. To
operate simply push the "clear" button to reset any button that may
inadvertently have been pushed in. Next, pull down the release button at
the top of the lid and lift the lid off.
Follow the instructions found on the back of the lid for setting a personal
Review of "Bigger Combination Lock Box"
When Supra says this thing sports "very heavy duty" construction, they mean it. I have previously had two other lock boxes -- one that looked like a rock that and one that attached with a magnet. I lost both of them because I could not secure them properly to any one location. By comparison now, the Supra Keyless Lock box is the best in its class -- rock solid and very secure. (Matte black paint on what looks to be solid steel.) It is larger than you might expect from the picture -- tall and deep and able to hold several credit-cards plus a big handful of keys. When yours arrives, open it up and use 6 heavy-duty screws to attach it to your house or porch. Then, use a simple screwdriver to set whatever combination you prefer. Next, fill it up with emergency keys, access cards, cash, etc., and close it up and wait for the next time that you (or a loved one) arrives home with no way to get into the house.
The lock box is very secure -- when it is closed there is no way to access the screws and take the entire box off the wall -- and hacking the mechanical keypad is next to impossible -- because you can choose whatever code you want and anyone trying to get in to the box needs to try each code individually and manually. Furthermore, the code is easily changeable. So, if you need to leave a key one day for a babysitter you can do that and then you can simply change the code in less than ten seconds. Also, it is virtually impossible to lock yourself out of the box because it requires you to input the combination before closing the box as well. That's a smart feature.
All in all, I am thrilled with this lock box, and am glad to know that it is now highly unlikely that I will ever have to break one of my own windows again.