Stack-On Products Portable Cases For Security on the Go

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posted on February 8, 2012
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These cases feature a slim line design which allows for storage under the seat of many cars and trucks. Foam padded interior protects the contents from scratching. All are designed to be secured by a steel cable (1500 lb test strength) that passed through the body of the case and is locked in place when the lid is closed. A cable is included with each unit.

Two of the new Portable Security Cases come with Biometric locks. The locks are programmed to accept 28 different fingerprints and include a backup trouble key. Biometric access provides greater security and easy access with no combinations to remember.

The other two Portable Security Cases operate using a 3 touch electronic key pad that can store a 3 to 8 digit code. Easy to use and program with the users personal code. A backup key is included.

Two sizes are available for each of the locking methods - a smaller, briefcase sized case that can hold a pistol plus room for valuable storage (dimensions are 11" w x 12-1/2" d x 2-3/8" h) or it's big brother that can hold 2 pistols plus room for valuables or an iPad/tablet (dimensions are 12-1/8" w x 12-1/2" d x 2-5/8"h)

Stack-On Products Company is a leader in Security Products for sportsmen, law enforcement and consumers. Stack-On offers a full range of products from portable pistol/valuable cases to Fire Rated and Waterproof safes; Stack-On protects your gear. For more information regarding Stack-On Products, log on to www.stack-on.com.

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