Outdoor Key Safes

Don’t get caught out – Buy a Outdoor Key Safe from Safe Options. Your spare house key can be stored securely – for home, holiday let, office, children, carers, or for emergency use. Buy Master Lock, Keyguard, Keysecure, Keysafe and Lockey Key Safes. 
Buy a Mini Key Safe Box online now - outdoor key safes for storing a spare key for the use of carers and nurses when visiting the elderly or disabled and for clients visiting holiday and rental cottages or villas and for children to gain access to their homes

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  1. Keyguard Digital Mechanical Push Button Outdoor Key Safe

    Keyguard Mini Digital Code Outdoor Key Safe

    Need a simple easy to use key safe to secure a key outside your home? The Keyguard Digital Key Safe is easy to use and at san affordable price.
    The Keyguard Digital Key Safe for use outside your home or rental property to store a spare key. digital mechanical design - does not use batteries and is ideal to store a spare key for use by carers and distric...
    £39.60 inc VAT
  2. Key Safe Box with plastic protective cover. This unboxed shows the 4 wheel combination and room for two Yale type keys.

    Keyguard Combi Mini Combination Outdoor Key Safe

    Ideal for storing a spare key outside for use by your children, carers or by visitors using your holiday rental property. The Keyguard Combi MKII Key Safe is easy to use and costs a less than the digital version.
    The Keyguard Combi MKII Key Safe use the same body as the Keyguard Digital, but uses a 4 wheel...
    £26.40 inc VAT
  3. Grey and Black Master Lock Outdoor Key Safe Box. Wheel combination security hides 6-7 Yale style keys

    Master Lock 5401D Outdoor Combination Spare Key Safe

    Our most popular mini key safe is the Master Lock 5401D - reliable, well made and at a very keen price.
    Master Lock 5401D 4 wheel combination Key Safe. Will hold either 6 Yale keys or up to 4 x 7cm Chubb style mortise keys. Ideal for holiday rentals and visitors to the elderly or infirm who can't get to their front door. Used by many local Social Servic...
    £36.00 inc VAT
  4. Master Lock 5403EURD Extra Large Spare Key Safe showing the safe open and closed

    Master Lock 5403 Large Combination Spare Key Safe

    Need a larger key safe to store your keys outdoors? The Master Lock 5403 Extra Large Key Safe is the answer.
    The Master Lock 5403 Extra Large Key Safe is designed with a choice of up to 10,000 codes. Will accommodate larger mortise keys, Check dimensions below.

    £42.00 inc VAT
  5. Master Lock 5400D Portable Key Safe open and closed

    Master Lock 5400D Temporary Padlock Combination Key Safe

    The Master Lock 5400D Portable Key Safe can be used at multiplr locations and moved and secured whedrever you rquire. This keysafe can be attached using the padlock shackle for temporary use by carers at patient homes, emergency or occasional use, with a holiday caravan, yacht or boat, or at home. Keys can only accessed after the padlock shackle is released by your person...

    £42.00 inc VAT
  6. Master Lock 5415D Heavy Duty Combination Key Storage Safe

    Master Lock 5415D Heavy Duty Combination Key Safe

    Master Lock 5415D Extra Secure Heavy Duty Key Safe - ideal for secure storage of keys for outdoor use to allow access to a spare key for holiday rentals and Carers.
    £51.00 inc VAT
  7. Outdoor Key Safe with black weatherproof hinged cover.

    High Security Digital Key Safe - Supra C500 KeySafe

    The GE Supra C500 Keysafe has achieved approval by the UK Police and recommended by WHICH? in May 2015.
    The Supra C500 has been tested to the LPS1175 Level 1 security rating, so that it has the same attack resistance as a standard front door of your home so it does not lessen the security of your home at all. The LPS test was devised by security...

    £84.00 inc VAT

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Frequently Asked Questions about Key Safes

Key safes are used in a variety of businesses from car showrooms to estate agents, as well as in the home. Safe Options stock a number of key safes to suit both your security requirements and your budget, so why not take a look at what we have to offer?


Philosophy is like trying to open a safe with a combination lock: each little adjustment of the dials seems to achieve nothing, only when everything is in place does the door open. - Ludwig Wittgenstein


Here at Safe Options, we've put together this information containing all of the most frequently asked questions about key safes that we receive. So if you do have some queries about key storage, read on to find out more.


How secure are key safes?

Key safes are available in a variety of different models in several price brackets. They range from mild steel cabinets to more expensive, high-end designs featuring electronic locks and reinforced walls. It is definitely a case of 'you get what you pay for' in this respect and you should balance the level of security you require against your budget.


How can I change a key safe number?

There are generally three types of combination lock key safes: digital electronic, mechanical push button and dial combination lock. The latter type allows combination numbers to be reset by using the lever inside the safe. This will put it into reset mode, allowing you to turn the dials to input a new number.

With mechanical push button locks, resetting requires you to press down on the “Clear” button, half-turn the handle to open the lid and reveal the tamper-proof panel covering the reset mechanism. Once you've removed it, you’ll find a list of letters and numbers. Using the plastic tool provided, select your new combination by twisting a grooved arrow next to each letter and number. Digital Electronic locks are the quickest to change abnd the high end versions offer extra facilities such as multi-user codes, audit control to monitor who has opened the door and at what time, time delay and time lock facilities.


How much should I spend?

The idea here is to strike a balance between your budget and increased security. Generally the more you spend on a safe, the more secure it will be. Ideally you should choose a safe that meets the security level you require and then spend as much as you can afford. Make sure that this safe has the insurance rating that your keys require. For instance in a car rental office you may need a lower security cabinet for day use, but then place the vehicle keys in a secure safe overnight.


What are the benefits of having a keysafe box for families and carers?

A mini keysafe box has several benefits. For a start, it is a central point for families and carers to access a door key to the property and/or rooms. The box provides a secure place for the keys to be stored in one place. Weather resistant and easy-to-install, the keybox's straight-forward design is easy to operate by the elderly or infirm. The outdoor key box is pretty secure, but if it is fixed in an inconspicuous position it can offer a safe haven for your key. Position behind shrubbery or somewhere out of site. Remember a key safe is designed, as with all safes, to resist access and will delay a burglar long enough to leave it alone.


What is the most secure key safe?

The most secure key safe is a high-security key safe. These high-end safes are wall mounted and include high security steel bolts and vds approved key locks or top quality reprogrammable digital electronic locks. Recommended by leading insurance companies, these safes are designed to provide the ultimate means of securing valuable keys for property and vehicles.


How can I disguise an outdoor key safe?

Placing a key safe in a concealed location is a more secure option than simply leaving it in plain view. Ensure that the safe is placed discreetly, hidden in foliage outside or in a cupboard inside, for example. It should be placed somewhere where passers-by are unlikely to notice it as they walk by. Additionally, they should not be able to see you taking or replacing the key. Finally, you could go one step further by buying a 'disguised' key safe, usually in the shape of a gnome or a rock to fool potential thieves.


How to fit a key safe?

To fit a key safe to an exterior wall, you will need a power drill, a masonry drill bit, a pencil and a tape measure. If the manufacturers have supplied a template, use this to mark out the holes, if not, use the safe itself. Position the template or safe over bricks, not mortar. Mark hole locations with the pencil. Drill holes with the power drill, using the hammer setting if possible. Push in rawl-plugs if required and screw the safe to the wall.


Where to place a key cabinet?

Key cabinets are used by estate agents, garages, vehicle rental companies, hotels and offices, amongst others. As these cabinets will contain keys to vehicles, properties and offices, they will need to be positioned out of public view. In most cases, a key cabinet will be fixed securely to a solid wall and placed in a back office accessible only to staff.


I have another question about key storage. Can you assist?

If you do have another question, don't be afraid to get in contact with us. Give us a call on 0800 567 7549 or email us. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will be only too happy to answer your query.

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