I have the keys, but...

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crated51
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I have the keys, but...

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The emergency key in my wallet is sealed in metal duct tape signed with wife's initials - zero possibility of accessing without evidence of tampering.
Her key is held in a small metal tube with a fingerprint padlock preventing its use. Zero possibly of accessing without her permission. :shock:
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crated51 wrote: Sat Feb 06, 2021 8:00 pm Zero possibly of accessing without her permission. :shock:
As it should be...
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We used a numbered plastic seal to secure the emergency key, but my wife didn’t like that. It was tamper-proof but also easy to get to. Now the key is in a steel key-box with a combination lock. If I ever need it, I have to call her to give me the combination. And just in case, the key is still sealed inside... I realize that in an emergency, this might make things complicated but I will just have to deal with it then.
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The fingerprint padlock took some time in understanding how to save a fingerprint (had to read the instructions), but the simplicity is profound. Access to the key is controlled by her willingness to place her finger on the lock (small square pad). No combination number to remember.

The unlocking process has a small motor releasing the hasp so that gives a little dramatic effect. There is also a beep and a tiny red flash if her finger is not placed correctly on the pad, which give a ominous hint that the key might remain unavailable. Don't think there is a limit on the number of attempts - other than her deciding it wasn't meant to be.
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crated51 wrote: Wed Feb 10, 2021 12:19 pm Access to the key is controlled by her willingness to place her finger on the lock (small square pad). No combination number to remember.
I mounted this on the wall in the bedroom closet. This is where she keeps the key to my CD.
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The fingerprint lock would be easier for her but not for our current situation. I'm home most everyday and M-F she is at work. Should an emergency arise (as UltraWhiteStar mentioned) all I have to do is call her, describe the need to be released and if warranted she will give me the combination. She can choose a new lock combo when she gets home.

Unless of course I pulled a James Bond (Diamonds Are Forever) and had her fingerprint available. :lol:
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