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The main difference between a combination lock and a digital lock is the method used to enter the code to open the safe.

Combination locks require the user to rotate a dial to enter a specific sequence of numbers or symbols, which must be entered in the correct order to open the safe. Combination locks have been used for many years and are well-known for their reliability and durability.

Digital locks, on the other hand, use an electronic keypad or touch screen to enter a code to open the safe. Digital locks are typically programmable and can store multiple user codes, making them convenient for use in commercial or shared settings.