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This sturdy, practical, hard-working cash drop will watch your receipts closer than your mom would. A front-loading "mail box" type door allows for dropping cash into the locked portion of this safe. Great for any small to medium size businesses where you have a cash register or employees who should not have access to the dropped money. A sawtooth baffle keeps contents from being removed through the depository drop door.
Features of the Amsec DSF2014C:
- Pre-drilled holes to bolt the drop safe to the floor
- Outside dimensions: 20"h x 14"w x 14"d
- Overall depth: 17 inches
- Inside receiving capacity: 1513 cubic inches
- The standard lock on this safe is a Group II combination dial lock.
- Also available with an optional ESL10 Electronic Lock
With the optional ESL-10 electronic lock on your Amsec DSF-2014 Drop safe, you can get to your cash fast!
My name is John and I am with DeanSafe.com. I want to take a few seconds to introduce you to two of our most popular drop safes. The DSF-2014 and the DSR-2014. These safes are ideal for any company that takes in cash, and wants to get it out of the register, and protection from hold up, if they've got a cash register. This is a type of safe they need. This uses a Group 2 combination lock, upgradeable to a digital. It has a detent system so that you can not throw the bolts and hurt it. It knows when the door is shut than a you can spin the dial. This saves a lot in hardware maintenance.
The purpose of this is, you make your deposits during the day, you throw them in the hopper, and the next thing you know they pop right down in the bottom. So that the book-keeper can come in, count the deposits, and go to the bank. I will show you a couple of variations of this. Here is one variation of this, this is the electronic high security lock, these are very popular for commercial usage because they are dependable, they are quick to change the combination, and you can open up the combination very easily. These are often put under counters, so you can get it into a confined space where is not a lot of light, and that is what makes these so good. So if you fire the manager, you can go in and in a matter of seconds change the combination on one of these. On a dial you have to call someone them pay them a hundred bucks and change to just get them to open it. So this is one variation that's very very popular, but reasonably priced option. But then when you close the door, it automatically locks and you do not have to spin the dial, that's a real, real nice feature.
Another option on the safe is what we call a reverse hopper. It looks the same in the front, but you spin it around, and here's your drop. It works exactly the same way, you put your property in there. This is good if you are going to go through a wall. That way you can have a like the bookkeepers office, this on the inside,the driver comes in and throws their money in there and the bookkeeper is on the other side, and she gets the deposit out.