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By Alexandra on 2012-10-12

Posted by Alexandra on

mechanisms, and different materials used to insulate walls and doors but the mechanics are largely the same. One of the biggest changes that has happened in recent years is the use of biometric technology. Biometric means that the safe is set to open and close using a biometric marker (think fingerprint or iris scan) rather than using a combination or a key. This means that the lock can be opened only by you and you alone (rather than by anyone who has the key or the combination). In many ways, biometric safes are more secure than other methods of locking. The other major advantage is that you have access to your safe at all times—even if you lose or forget your key somewhere else.

Biometric safes and entries may seem like a thing of the future but rest assured that technology today is amazing and has given us so many things that we always thought would only ever be found in the movies.

While biometric safes have, in the past, taken some flack for being unreliable or giving false reads. We’re so happy to report that in most all of the safes on the market today. If you have a specific concern about a specific safe, you can always call our customer service reps who would be so happy to help answer any of your questions.

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