"Pawn Shops are a great place to find unique items or a great deal on a previously owned item. Because most of the deals that occur in a Pawn Shop are all cash based, criminals have realized that Pawn Shops are holding large amounts of cash and this has made them a massive target for break-ins."
John Dean Owner, Dean Safe
Here at Dean Safe, your security is of the utmost importance to us and we've complied this collection of the best Pawn Shop safes. Depending on the size of your business you may need several types of different safes to maintain maximum security. While there are several more options in addition to the safe types listed below, these are typically the best options for Pawn Shops. Need help deciding on the best security solutions for your business? Please give us a call at 800-827-7534 and our safe experts are ready to assist. Need audit trail capability, a custom size safe or any other unique requirements, we can assist with that too!
Considered the best of the best when it comes to free standing safes, these TL Rated Safes are the definition of high security. Tested by Underwriters Laboratories, these safes have gone through a series of torture tests to prove their worth.
High Security Burglary Safes with Fire Protection
Underwriter's rated safes protect against powerful tools such as drills, chisels, sledgehammers, wedges, power saws, carbide disc cutters and other miscellaneous tool attacks. Massive 3-1/2 inch thick bodies and 6-1/2 inch thick doors are constructed of steel plate, a high strength blend of PSI cement and a super alloy manganese plate.
Fire protection for 2 hours at 1850 degrees F is an added bonus in the TL-rated high-level security safes.
What is the added security of a High Security Safe?
By immediately depositing large bills or cash into the hopper of a depository safe, the dollar amount stolen during a robbery is drastically reduced. And unfortunately, sometimes it's not just the bad guy robber that a business owner needs to worry about. Drop safes can reduce temptation and pilferage by employees ten-fold. While this type of safe is known by many names, such as a depository safe, a drop safe, a deposit safe and a drop box, they are all the same type of safe. Deposits are made into a locked storage compartment by way of a top-loading rotary hopper, a reverse hopper or a front-loading "mailbox" type door.
When you have an entire room to protect, a Vault Door becomes the clear and logical choice. Built to the same specifications as their Gun Safe counterparts the Liberty, AMSEC and Fort Knox Vault Doors we carry are formidable. When in place and surrounded by a concrete room, it will take a jackhammer, several guys and a lot of time to ever be able to break in. While typically not fire rated, Vault doors can still provide tremendous fire protection.