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Stack-On RFID Portable Security Case
Item No. 219897
Stack-On RFID Portable Security Case is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
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Stack-On RFID Portable Security Case

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Item No. 219897
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The Stack-On Personal Security case features an RFID lock for instant access. The case is designed to secure a wallet, credit cards, cell phone, or other valuables while you're on the go. The RFID Lock is opened by holding one of the three included RFID devices over the center button on the case. A wallet-sized card, a key ring FOB, and a self-adhesive label are included for convenience. Replacements are also available upon request. The case also includes a three button electronic lock and a key backup for three unique and convenient ways to open the case. A foam padded interior protects valuables while on the go and a carry handle adds convenience. The included steel security cable allows for the case to be secured while traveling. Scanner and keypad can be silenced. All-steel construction. Low battery warning system. TSA compliant. External dimensions: 7.5" x 12.25" x 2.75″.
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  • Secure Valuables While on the Go
  • RFID Activated for Instant Access
  • Keypad & Backup Key Included
  • Durable All-Steel Construction
  • Foam Padded Interior for Protection
Accessories Included Security Cable
Exterior Dimensions 7.5" x 12.25" x 2.75"
Exterior Finish Black
Gun Capacity 1
Lock Type Electronic RFID
Model Number PC-1702-RFID
Weight (lbs.) 5.00 lbs
Unit Weight 6.25 lb
Brand Stack-On
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I liek it, got it on sale less than $30 godo case This is solidly built, better than the stock portable safes by far, big enough for a springfield mod 2, nice foam. Programming the RFIDs may take a youtube,I figured it out, the instructions neglected to say you had to hit the program button at the end of programming too. Fits in my f150 console. I programmed the button sequence, the keychain rfid, and the sticker button that fits on a phone case. Opens much more easily than the std combination or key cases I had.
Date published: 2018-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good safe, easy use Good box, works well, easy access. The handle machine screw came out the first time I picked it up. Replacement was going to be a hassle so I took the box apart and fixed it. All is well now.
Date published: 2019-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Very easy to use. Much better than the key or combo cases
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great idea but... Unfortunately, I have had this case less than a month, and the handle has already ripped off, and not from rough use. I just picked the case up after I had put my valuables in it. Took the case apart and found the screws holding the handle on were not long enough and the handle simply slipped off them. And other problems. The batteries spontaneously pop out of their casing and then none of the electronics work. Kind of defeats the purpose of having an electronic combination or an RFID device to open it, if you have to carry the key all the time. The case itself is attractive and well built, but for lot less money I would have just got one with mechanical keys. I am still using it. I took the case apart and found some longer screws in my tool box and re-installed the handle myself. And I wound some tape tightly around the batteries so hopefully they don't continue to pop off the contacts in future. It took me about 2 hours to figure out what was wrong and fix it all. Then I had to reprogram everything, since I guess the batteries popping off several times invalidated the previous programming and neither the combination nor any of the previously programmed RFID devices worked at all until I reprogrammed it. This was a xmas gift. If I had bought it myself I would have returned it for a refund.
Date published: 2020-01-25
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