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  • A standard key lock is a perfectly good solution, but bear in mind that you must keep the two safe keys secure and away from the safe. With an electronic combination lock you have no keys to keep safe, and you can have more users with their own codes to access the safe if required. User codes can be changed by the “manager” if needed. Electronic combination locks are nearly all battery powered and will indicate when the batteries need changing. Mechanical combination locks are available. They don’t need batteries, and there are no keys to keeps secure. However, it does take a bit longer to dial in the code, so may not be suitable if you are accessing the safe frequently.