Why advertise the keys to your most valuable possession are in a small box on the wall?
This unique Police Approved Key Safe is incredibly inconspicuous, ultra secure, easy to fit and convenient.

Commercially used for void property, repairs and maintenance and facility management industries. Also perfect for carers, friends, relatives, temporary occupiers or paying guests.

Main features and benefits

Incredibly inconspicuous
Ultra secure and robust
Record activity of use
Keys are retained within the lock box on retractable wire lanyard
Self expiring temporary codes, daily, weekly
Permanent codes
Move from site to site
Optional letter slot/mail opening
Damage-free installation
Simple to use and easy to fit
Sold Secure Tested Bronze
Secured by Design
Designed and manufactured in the UK

Loxal Letterbox Key Safe product shot
Tradesman with key safe access checking for code
Home helper with letterbox key safe access
Block Lock vertical installation

The key safe has been independently tested Sold Secure and has achieved “Police Preferred Specification” status from Secured by Design. We estimate the Letterbox KS has been installed at approximately 20,000 properties and not a single breach has been reported.

Low power consumption means batteries will last approximately two years. The Key Safe is quick to install, without intrusive fixings and with no damage to the door.

Inside the lock box drawer, several keys can be stored including Mortice Lock keys. Keys are attached to a retractable wire lanyard, so the keys remain with the safe not in someone’s pocket or removed accidentally from site.

A choice of storage options are available for the original letter flap, so this can be retained and kept safe. The letter box can be completely sealed preventing the ingress of unwanted mail and incendiaries, or opened to receive mail.

Like all Loxal products, the Letterbox Key Safe is operated by IDACS, our unique, secure code management system. Please view IDACS page for more information.
Use for this product include elderly or domiciliary care, family and friends’ access, temporary or emergency accommodation, schools and student accommodation, second homes, holiday homes and lets, retail and commercial, hostels, property guardians

Related information

Tradesman user checking mobile for access code
Police van patrolling street
R&D Engineer designing at a computer screen