Puck feels that a key safe must provide peace of mind to the people who own one but should not create any unsafe situations.
Key safes have become a part of our daily routine. Sometimes, because we just find them useful, for example if we don’t want to send the children out with keys in their pockets or if we want to provide guests with access when we are not at home.
Other times a key safe is used out of necessity because the person is dependent on care and he or she is responsible for providing access to the care providers while that person is no longer mobile.
Previously, people would be offered unsafe, uncertified safes that could be forced open within a couple of seconds.
Puck has developed a secure key safe that is the first SKG approved code lock. This gives you all the benefits of a key safe but with the security to which you are entitled.