You may have seen, elsewhere in my store, the Carbonyte Lockable Mini Safe. It’s been a few years since it was released and although I’ve always been very happy with it I’ve always kiiiiiiiiiind of wanted to update it a bit. The update turned into a total redesign, and now it’s probably the largest and most intricate design in my range.
The main difference, aside from the voluminous size, is the mechanism of the lock. Instead of just turning one removable key and swinging the door open The Vault has a magnetically activated locking mechanism. To the right of the door you’ll see a little gold tab. Attached to the back of the tab is a 20mm x 10mm x 2mm neodymium magnet, and embedded in the body is its counterpart. Moving the tab to the right releases the lock, you can then rotate the door anticlockwise until it releases then pull the whole door assembly out very slightly until it’s clear of the main body and then just swings to one side. To close it up again just swing the door closed, rotate it clockwise until it stops then move the gold tab to the left which engages the lock. Then you can remove the little tab and no-one will know how to make the lock work!
Yes, I know it’s not a military-grade uncrackable store for your multi-million dollar bling, but it’ll certainly be a handy store for all your little treasures you want to keep safe and private. Just make sure, if you’re storing anything electronic inside (USB flash-drives, SD memory cards etc) KEEP THEM AS FAR AWAY FROM THE LOCK AS POSSIBLE. Neodymium magnets are very strong and they’ll do baaaaaad things to magnetic data media!
I can even change the lettering on the door if you really want! Since this is probably going to be THE most expensive thing in my range for quite a while I couldn’t resist being able to change if it needs be. Just drop me a note, message or email and we can sort it out before you order. Why is it so expensive? Simple: it takes just over a week just to print the parts, using an entire 1kg reel of filament just for the gunmental silver bits (then even MORE filament to make the gold parts. It then takes about two hours to finish, dress and polish all the parts, then ANOTHER couple of hours to assemble and finish it. This has been why, although I’m very pleased with the whole design, I wasn’t sure people would want to pay that much. I guess we’ll find out!
Depth (base of feet to top):157mm