Best Safe/ Kluizen Test | Safe at home

You want to buy the best safe/kluizen you have decided. To safely store your valuables. But which safe and what should you pay attention to when making your choice?

Best Safes/ Kluis 2021

1 De Raat PT 1 Burglar-resistant private safe

The best safe is De Raat PT 1 Burglar-resistant private safe. De Raat ET 1 Burglar-resistant private safe follows closely. Both safes emerged from the consumer association’s safes test. They are among the most sold private safes in the Benelux. The PT1 has a double bit lock while the ET1 has an electronic code lock. The PT series safes from De Raat are professional, EN 14 450 certified burglary-resistant private safes to safely store your documents and valuables. The PT 1 is supplied with a removable shelf.

In addition, the safe is equipped with a classic double-bit lock. This type of lock contains a special key and is burglar resistant. A double-bit lock is useful if you do not want or cannot remember codes and prefer to keep a physical key.

Moreover, a safe with this type of lock is affordable and you do not have to worry about power supply and batteries. Its dimensions are 38x45x33 cm (LxWxH). He has a value storage for money of € 5000 and valuables of € 9000

It weighs 39 kg and costs quite a bit of money

In short: The PT 1 is a safe that offers you everything you need so that you can be sure that nothing can happen with it. You have a double lock, wall anchoring and is also certified against burglary, which makes it extra difficult to open it. In addition, the price is also somewhat lower compared to similar safes, a real win-win situation for those looking for a super secure safe.

Benefits

  • Simply the safest according to multiple tests
  • The PT1 is prepared for floor and wall anchoring
  • Certified burglar resistant
  • Equipped with a double-bit lock, including 2 keys
  • Compact housing
  • Supplied with 1 removable shelf

Cons

  • One of the keys must be passed on for multiple users

2 Honeycomb ET 1

This Raat ET 1 series is an electric safe and is therefore a bit more expensive than the PT1 safe. That is not so much safer or better, but it is more convenient since you don’t have to keep the key somewhere. In any case, all safes from De Raat are professional, EN 14 450 burglar-resistant certified private safes to safely store your documents and valuables. The ET 1 is supplied with one removable shelf.

The safes in this ET series are also equipped with an electronic combination lock on batteries. This allows you to set two different codes for two different users, with which you can safely open and lock the safe. Handy if you do not want to carry a key with you or do not want to risk losing it.

He has a value storage for money of € 5000 and valuables of € 9000

Benefits

  • High-scoring safe deposit box test by the Consumers’ Association
  • The safe is prepared for floor and wall anchoring.
  • Certified burglar resistant
  • Equipped with an electronic combination lock
  • Possibility to set 2 different codes: 1 manager code and 1 user code
  • Compact and sturdy housing
  • Safe

Cons

  • More expensive than the PT 1
  • Limited fire resistance (DIN 4102, not tested. This certification means that the safe only offers first protection in the event of fire)
  • You will not receive emergency keys

What kind of safe?

Find out what you’d like to protect in that safe. And against what do you want to protect the relevant assets? For example, do you want to protect against fire, theft or both? All determining your choice. How big is what you want in it?

Your budget

When choosing a safe, you can make it as expensive as you want. The purchase of a good standard safe safe does not have to cost too much. The protective functions remain limited compared to more expensive variants.

It all depends on you how precious the belongings you want to protect in the safe are to you.

Certified

A certified safe or not?

A certified safe is a confirmation that a safe has been tested, inspected and meets safety requirements. Independent test institutes in various European countries perform these tests.

There are two types of classifications: burglar resistant safes and fire and burglar resistant safes. The requirements set determine when the contents of the safe are guaranteed to be safe and therefore offer extra security.

You need a certified safe if you want to insure the safe contents. Insurers see burglary-resistant safes, for example, as the so-called “value storage indication”. This indication shows what value the insurers accept as cover.

They assume that cash is stored in a burglar-resistant cabinet or safe. This cupboard / safe would be located in an uninhabited,

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