Is the Agile Ultralight Model 52 Pro difficult to assemble? How long does it take?
It is not difficult. Assembly takes most people about 20 minutes. It is recommended to have a helper. Once you are familiar with the assembly process, they go together quickly. People building several cabinets tell us the first one took 20 minutes, the next one took 10.
Can I bolt an Agile Ultralight Model 52 Pro to the wall or floor?
Yes and we recommend it. Agile™ safes have pre-drilled holes, 4 in the bottom and 4 on each side. They are designed to easily attach to each other or to walls and floors.
Will the weight of the door cause the cabinet to tip over?
If the cabinet is empty and not anchored to the floor or wall, the weight of the door can present a tip hazard. We recommend anchoring the Agile™ 52 to the floor or wall to prevent tipping. If you are stacking an Agile™ Model 40 on top of an Agile™ Model 52, we recommend bolting them together using the additional hardware included with the Agile™ Model 40 and anchoring the stacked storage unit to both the floor and wall.
Can I put a shelf in the bottom of an Agile Ultralight Model 52 Pro safe and store ammo under my guns?
Yes! The Agile™ Model 52 Ultralight Pro comes with a shelf. Additional shelves (full span adjustable shelf and a 2/3 width) can be found under “Shelves” our accessory section
Does the Agile Ultralight Model 52 Pro have a key override (backup)?
Yes, the Model 52 has a key override, it is behind the “Agile” decal on the front of the door. Please note: It is a key override, intended to function as an access point in case your battery is dead or in any situation where the electronic lock is not functioning. The Keys are unique and specific to the lock, so they should be stored in a safe place OUTSIDE of the safe. If you lose these keys, please Contact Support to purchase a replacement lock/key set.