The Honeywell Model 1103 Fire/Water Chest features a storage capacity of .27 cubic feet. Secure unprecedented levels in peace of mind with this chest's ability to withstand a fire of up to 1550° F for thirty minutes. The addition of a waterproof seal and two side latches guards against emergency sprinklers, floods and various other forms of water damage. These features make it an ideal candidate for stashing all of your personal documents, digital media and various other valuables. The box is also large enough to store your 8 1/2 x 11 in. paper flat. For security measures, this box utilizes a key lock system. A carry handle is also included and adds even more versatility to an already flexible product.
The Honeywell Safe product line provides safety and security for your essential documents and most valuable possessions while affording you the peace of mind that comes from being prepared in the event of a disaster, fire, or an invasion of your home or office.
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Plain. Hope it works if duty calls!
Reviewed: 08/29/2020 by Lisa Duesberry
Honeywell asked me for a review, but I feel strange reviewing an item that I hope I'll never need to evaluate for its effectiveness. On the plus side, it seems well-constructed, and arrived fast and in good order. On the minus side, some design details that could use addressing: 1 there's no way to grab the top to open it - its flush to the bottom. Even a tiny thumb or finger cutout in one corner would be helpful to open the lid. 2 the inside does fit 8 1/2 x 11 paper, but just barely - no room for a file folder with a tab on it, or even a large envelope paper folds up the side on short side - measures about 8 3/8 wide. 3 It isnt supposed to be stored upright I understand, but perhaps offer a unit that is designed to stand upright top on the long side and it slightly bigger than 8 3/8 inside so it can be used with tab folders. The related issue to this design issue for me is that the handle is on the front when you have it laid correctly on its back with the lid flipped open. So, after you use it, lock it, and want to move it back to its location, you have to raise it upright on its back be able to carry it, then use two hands to place it flat again wherever you keep it because its too heavy to maneuver with one hand. Meaning, if you keep it in a place that you dont want to damage wood, cloth, etc., you cant just gently pick it up and set it down - handle is in wrong place for such a movement. Since its a document safe, it seems like it would be designed for easier document storage like, take folders out of a drawer, and place in safe, then pull out as a folder and use, then put back.