Cobalt Safes ES-031D & SS-031D

October 30th, 2008

The ES-031D and the SS-031D  are the largest in 1 hour fireproof home safes that is made by Cobalt Safes.   Has good pry resistant locking bolts on the door opening side and a staionary locking bolt on the hinge side. Just in case the hinges   are cut off with a grinding tool or torch.

Es-031D comes with an electronic lock that is one of the better import keypads on the market today.   Non volitale memory so it will not loose the combination if batteries go dead or are removed.   There is also a “lock out” mode on the keypad if the wrong combintion is entered more than 5 times.   It will stay in lock out mode for 5 minutes and then reset itself. (You cannot reset the timer by removing the batteries)

The SS-031D comes with a combination dial and key.   Yes, it takes both to open the safe.   The dial must be unlocked and then the key is used in place of a handle to retract the bolt.   Many folks open the dial in the morning and use the key to get in and out of the safe during the daytime.   Then lock the dial when they are finished using the safe for the day

1 Hour fireproof protects against most fires (but its not good enough if you live in a wildfire zone in California…try two hour in those areas) Also has center bolt down hole and comes with bolt down package.   Which we recomend you bolt down your safe.

Pull out drawer located at the top of the safe and 1 removable shelf comes with the safe.   No option for more shelves on this model.   To view more safes like this model or to purchase this model. View Home Safes.

Outside Dimensions
Height: 20 1/2″
Width: 16 1/8″
Depth: 17 1/2″
Inside Dimensions
Height: 16 1/2″
Width: 11 3/4″
Depth: 12 1/2″
132 lbs.
  • 1 hour fireproof
  • Pre-drilled anchor hole
  • (2) 6 number digital lock
  • (1) steel pull-out tray
  • (1) adjustable steel shelf
  • 1 1/2″ wall thickness
  • 2 1/2″door thickness
  • (2) 5/8″ solid steel chrome plated bolts
  • (1) stationary hinge side bolt
  • (4) AA external batteries
  • Non-volatile memory

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