Securely store a key to your home so help can always reach you in an emergency
If you live alone or you worry how help will reach you in an emergency, a key safe provides a convenient and secure way to store spare door keys.
The weatherproof box can be fitted to an exterior, outdoor wall made of concrete or brick. You can share the key code with your friends, family or neighbours. If you share the code with Taking Care, the Emergency Resolution Centre will only pass it onto the emergency services if you are unable to get to the door.
The emergency services will then be able to quickly gain access to your home without delay and without causing damage.
The key safe can only be opened using a unique four digit code that you set. It can be fitted in a discreet location so it cannot be seen by a passerby.
It is recommended you have a key safe with your personal alarm so help can always reach you.
The key safe is the Supra C500 KeySafe model, which is the original Police accredited key safe. It holds the title of being 'as secure as your front door'.
To fit the key safe you will need:
Fitting instructions are provided, as well as four wall tapping screws that do not require wall plugs.
If you order the installation service, Taking Care will fit your key safe and set up your personal alarm for you.
You can watch how to fit the key safe on the Taking Care website.
The key safe has a double wall construction with a heavy gauge stainless steel and zinc alloy shell.
The key safe is designed for the outdoors and is rust and water resistant.
You can set a personal key code you will remember and share it with friends or family if you wish.
Approximately 15cm x 8cm x 6.4cm (height x width x depth).
Fit your key safe to an exterior wall, away from prying eyes.
The key safe comes with a 2 year manufacturer guarantee.
Securely fits up to three Yale-type keys.
The key safe is popular with older adults across the UK.
|Key safe||£65.99 (including VAT)|
(£118.80 including VAT)
If you would like someone to fit your key safe for you, select the installation option during checkout. Taking Care will fit your key safe, set up your personal alarm and show you how it all works.
Many customers do not need to pay VAT on their personal alarms.
This is because the alarms are categorised as VAT exempt by the UK government if you, or the person you are buying the alarm for, have a condition that requires regular medication or are registered disabled.
However, key safes do not qualify for VAT exemption, so you will always pay VAT on this part of your order.
Age UK is the country's leading charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life.
Age UK provide information and support for older people when they need it most. The charity champions the rights of the older people and campaigns to tackle issues such as loneliness and mental health.
Age UK also provides information and advice lines and a local network of volunteers to offer vital community support.
By buying an Age Co personal alarm, you are supporting the charity work that Age UK do. In fact, donations to Age UK’s charitable work from Age Co sales are expected to reach £3 million each year.
Age Co is the name given to the products and services Age UK offer that can help older people remain independent and live securely. Age Co Personal Alarms were previously known as Age UK Personal Alarms.
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