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First Alert 2017F Water and Fire Protector Chest

Item# 268-FSTA021-1-AF | Model# 2017F | Added on June 19, 2012 |
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First Alert 2017F Water and Fire Protector Chest
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Clamping style latch with key LockHolds 8.5 in. x 11 in. Papers FlatUL classified to withstand external temp of 1550 degrees for 1/2 hourInterior Dimensions(HxWxD): 2.91 in. x 13.23 in. x 8.58 in.Exterior Dimensions(HxWxD): 5.75 in. x 16.13 in. x 12.75 in.Waterproof even when fully submerged. First Alert 2017F Fire and Water Protector Chest The First Alert 2017F 0.19 Cubic Foot Fire and Water Chest is conveniently sized to store letter sized documents lying flat. This UL classified First Alert media protection chest tested to withstand an external temperature up to 1550 degrees for 1/2 hour and independently verified to protect digital media, such as memory sticks, CD's, DVD's and external hard drives. The waterproof seal on the 2017F enables the chest to float during a flood, making it easy to locate, as well as providing protection from the flood water. First Alert Model #2017F First Alert 2017F Fire and Water Protector Chest Features: Clamping style latch with key Lock. Holds 8.5 in. x 11 in. Papers Flat Convenient carry handle. UL classified media protection device tested to withstand an external temperature up to 1550 degrees for 1/2 hour. Interior Dimensions(HxWxD): 2.91 in. x 13.23 in. x 8.58 in. Exterior Dimensions(HxWxD): 5.75 in. x 16.13 in. x 12.75 in. Waterproof even when fully submerged. 5 year limited warranty, with after-fire replacement guarantee.
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