Product Code: C1S
Stock: More than 10 available
Burg Wachter CityLine Freestanding Mini Safe C1S
Burg Wachter CityLine Freestanding Mini Safe C1S
CityLine safes feature a strong double walled body and door construction with the addition of fire protective insulation for basic fire protection. Manufactured according to VDMA 24992 5/95 standards, CityLine safes have high quality certified locks for assured security.
Double walled door with integrated fire fold and large round locking bolts
Compact C1 models accommodate A4 documents and includes a removable shelf for better utilisation of interior space
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One adjustable shelf
Double walled body
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Manufactured to VDMA 24992 Security Level B
Safes manufactured to VDMA 24992 Security Level B must have a strong double or triple walled body with a double walled door offering a good level of resistance against attack and burglary. They provide insurance cover for the storage of up to £2,000 in cash and £20,000 in valuables.
Fire insulated safe door
Safe features a double walled door insulated with a special fire protective material (rated to DIN 4102 A1 for a 100% non-combustible fire resistant material) providing light fire resistance.
Fire insulated safe body
Safe features a double walled body insulated with a special fire protective material (rated to DIN 4102 A1 for a 100% non-combustible fire resistant material) providing light fire resistance.
SecuSafe 10 lever resettable key lock VdS tested and ECB.S certified to EN 1300 class 2/B
SecuSafe key lock features a high security 10 lever key retaining lock mechanism and more than 50,000,000 key differs for superior security. Resettable lock can be programmed to a new key. Two keys supplied.
Internal size: 336mm x 209mm x 294mm
External size: 402mm x mm x 376mm
Door aperture: 326mm x 209mm
Homesafe / Cityline – FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
I want to fix my safe. Are plugs and screws included? If so, where are they to be found?
No, the safe does not include fixings. It is recommended to use 8 or 10mm wood screws with corresponding 10 or 12mm wall plugs.
Am I able to fix my safe to the floor?
Yes, there are 2 pre-drilled holes in the bottom of the safe. Remove the grey plugs and any filling to expose the holes
Am I able to fix my safe to the wall?
Yes, there are 2 anchoring possibilities. The rear back wall of the safe is not drilled. So with free installation the safe has no visible holes in the back. In case wall anchoring is requested, the holes have to be drilled from the inside outwards with a steel drill bit. Remove the grey plugs and any filling, locate where the hole has been started and continue drilling outwards at this point.
My door rattles. How can I adjust the door?
An opening on the left in the safe frame (where the bolts enter) holds a bendable metal plate. Bend this plate with a thick screwdriver so that the door closes well.
Can I get a spare shelf for my safe?
Yes, please contact a dealer in your area.
Version S (key only)
I bought a new safe and unpacked it. Where can I find the keys?
One key is inside the safe, the other is outside in a bag or case at the back of the body.
My key has been broken. What can I do?
Take the spare key to a reputable locksmith, who should be able to create a duplicate.
Version E and E FS (Electronic and Fingerscan)
I bought a new safe with an electronic combination lock, are the batteries included and where can I find them?
Yes. 3 batteries are inside the battery compartment with a dividing strip.
Do the electronic safe’s have an emergency lock with keys? if so, where are the emergency keys?
No, Safes with certified electronic locks generally do not have a mechanical emergency lock.
What can I do if the code is no longer known but the door is open?
The PCB must be replaced. Please contact a local dealer.
What can I do if the code is no longer known but the door is closed and locked?
It is not possible to open the safe other than with the correct code. The safe will need to be drilled.
Please contact a local safe centre.
What happens to the programmed code when you change the batteries?
Nothing. The code remains the same.
What is the factory code?
The factory code is 123456
If I forget or lose the code, can the safe be re-set?
After entering the sixth digit the safe does not open. (1)
The display shows the OK icon (green check mark lights up). Code input correct. The rotary knob turns only a ¼ turn (from horizontal to vertical position).
One of the batteries is defective. All 3 batteries need to be replaced. Please only use high quality brand batteries. No accumulators!
After entering the sixth digit the safe does not open. (2)
The display shows the OK icon (green check mark lights up). The E-Lock does not unlock (no clicking noise). Check with your local safe centre
After entering the sixth digit the safe does not open. (3)
The display shows the red “X” icon. Code is incorrect. Please try again with the correct code.
Attention: Manipulation block after 3 failed attempts
After entering the sixth digit the safe does not open. (4)
None of the icon in the display light up
Change the batteries. Please only use high quality brand batteries. No accumulators!
Clean the battery contacts or use either pole grease or contact spray. It may be necessary to tease out the springs to create a better contact.
If it still does not work, then first remove the batteries then push the ON/ENTER button at least 3 times, insert new batteries and try again with the correct code.