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Old January 7th, 2017, 10:06 AM   #1
 
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Liberty Safe Monitor

Does anyone here use the Liberty Safelert monitor in their safe?

I want to be able to monitor temperature and humidity, and this goes further by monitoring if the door opens and if the safe moves. But it's $200, which is a little steep, but if it really works well then it might be worth it.

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Old January 10th, 2017, 05:06 PM   #2
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Liberty should be tough enough to not be opened without your knowledge.
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Liberty should be tough enough to not be opened without your knowledge.
Well said !
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200 clams? No.
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It's a gadget gimmick that is almost useless.....
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I fail to see the use. Hundreds of miles away and get an alert that door has been opened, or temp has changed. What exactly are you going to do about it?
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Liberty should be tough enough to not be opened without your knowledge.
Really............LOL
That statement alone shows you have never researched gun safes......if any crook wants something, they will get it. Any safe will just deter or slow them down.

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It's a gadget gimmick that is almost useless.....
And your reason is?

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I fail to see the use. Hundreds of miles away and get an alert that door has been opened, or temp has changed. What exactly are you going to do about it?
Call 911
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A alternative to Liberty Safe Monitor if you already have a Home security system would be to add a Sensor to the Safe so that is tied into your system.
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