The Compact Biometric Security Safe
3.7 million home invasions occur every year – that’s 7 homes per minute. Don’t let your family become part of the statistic.
With the Biometric Fingerprint Lock, you’ll be able to keep your firearms away from your kids while still ensuring instant access during any critical moment. Its advanced BioSecure Technology scans, stores, and remembers fingerprints in seconds, granting reliable access to people you trust and locking out those you don’t.
Feel secure all day, every day with Barska’s Biometric Security Safe.
What’s in the box?
Backup Key x 2
Protective Floor Mat x 1
AA Batteries x 4
Allen Key x 1
User Manual x 1
Faster than Fast Access
Human error can mean the difference between success and failure during emergencies. With the biometric gun cabinet, there will be no lost keys or forgotten numerical combinations! Its central database remembers up to 120 fingerprints for precise, 2-second biometric scans every time.
For successful unlocking on the first attempt, scan and save the same fingerprint at these suggested positions:
Security You Can Trust
We’ve coupled advanced biometrics with a sturdy steel frame to give you durable protection for your valuables and DOJ approved storage for your firearms. Tamper-proof inner edges, 2 pry-resistant steel deadbolts, and a mountable design will keep sensitive materials safe from intruders and your handguns away from young children. The safe even emits a continuous tone if left unlocked for more than 3-5 min for heightened security, extra value, and peace of mind.
*Disclaimer: This is not a fireproof safe. Please take appropriate caution during fire emergencies.
With 0.28 ft³, the Biometric Home Safe has the compact space you need to secure semiautomatics, ammo, medicine, jewelry, and private documents. Mount it in your closet, hide it beneath your bed, or even bolt it onto your nightstand. By optimizing storage functionality, the Biometric Security Safe acts as the most effective, secure, and discrete storage solution for hotels, firearm owners, and parents.
*Be sure to measure large objects beforehand to ensure that they properly fit inside the safe.
4 AA batteries power the Biometric Security Safe for up to 1 year. And if you accidentally forget to change batteries, simply use the keys and hidden keyhole for manual access when you need it most. The safe is also compatible with backup battery packs for worry-free access year-round.
|Speed of Biometric Module (sec)||2.5 to 2.7|
|Locking Sytem||2 Solid Steel Deadbolts|
|Deadbolt Thickness (in)||7/10|
|Lock Mechanism||Motorized Deadbolts|
|Body Thickness (mm)||1.5|
|Door Thickness (mm)||5|
|Product Weight (lbs)||13.3|
|Power Source||4 AA Batteries|
|Battery Life||1 Year (10,000 Biometric Scans)|
|Storage Space (ft³)||0.28|
|Exterior Dimensions (in)||11.875 x 7.875 x 7.875|
|Exterior Dimensions w/ Biometric Module (in)||11.875 x 8.875 x 7.875|
|Interior Dimensions (in)||11.75 x 5.938 x 7.625|
|Pre-Drilled Mounting Holes||2 (Back); 2 (Bottom)|
|Fireproof||No (Please Take Appropriate Caution During Emergencies)|
|Warranty||One-Year Limited Warranty|
Question: Can the beeping sound be turned off?
Answer: Yes, the audio notifications can be turned off by following the "Beep Sound Option" instructions in the user manual. << Click Here For Safe Manual >>
Question: Can more than one person access the safe?
Answer: Yes, the safe can store up to 30 different users.
Question: Is this safe fireproof?
Answer: No, this safe is not rated for fire protection.
Question: How long does the battery last?
Answer: The battery can last a few years, depending on usage.
Question: How can I open the safe when the battery dies?
Answer: The safe can be opened with an included manual key that is inserted by removing a logo plat on the front door. Also, an external power supply can be purchased to momentarily power the safe so you can open the safe with the biometric scanner. << Click Here To Buy External Power Supply >>
I almost bought the larger version of this, but this was the perfect size for my needs. It is small so mounting it is a must, but it fits nicely in one of my closet shelves. I like that the keyhole is hidden and the biometric quality is unheard of at this price, which is the main reason I bought this as opposed to other gun safes. There's no way my kids can accidentally open it. It won't keep someone with a sledgehammer out but it will keep my sons away from my firearms and that's all I care about.
I really needed a biometric scanner now that my kids are starting to walk and explore their surroundings. The scan for this safe takes about 3 seconds and I'm happy that it opens on the first try 98% of the time. Really, really nice safe and does a sufficient job of keeping my pistol away from my daughters.
Easy to install with mounting holes in back & bottom. The silent feature ( turning off the beep ) is a plus. Seems to be fairly sturdy. I just needed a small safe for downstairs where I keep my wallet, phone, keys, etc and this is just the right size.
I bought this safe to replace a GunVault MiniVault which had suffered a series of progressive failures in its electronics, which culminated in it completely losing any ability to change the access code from the factory default. GunVault seemed uninterested in repairing it. The Barska Compact is a much better safe for the purpose, better built, better designed, faster to get into when needed, and with better control over who can open it. The first thing that struck me is that while the MiniVault is made from slightly heavier gauge steel, the locking bolts on the Barska are very clearly far more serious than the very small spring-loaded hook latch on the Mini_Vault. Second is that while the total interior volume of the Barska isn't all that much larger than the Mini-Vault, it's much more usable due to its shape. And the third physical win is that the mounting holes for bolting the Barska down are MUCH more usable and accessible than the MiniVault's. Since it appears the safe will accept an external 6VDC power supply (and then presumably use the batteries only for backup power), it would be nice to know what current output and connector type are needed. It should of course go without saying that one should NEVER rely on a small safe like this UNLESS it is securely bolted to an immovable -- or at least not practically movable -- object.