• SentrySafe Combination Fire/Water Safe: Model SFW123CS

  • SFW123CS Combination Fire/Water Safe is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 134.
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  • Extra LargeModel SFW123CS
  • Interior Capacity 1.23 cubic ft
  • Price Range: $100-$200
  • Security Protection Security Protection
  • Fire Resistant Fire Protection
  • Water Resistant Water Protection
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  • UL Fire Endurance

Top of the Line Protection

  • Fire Protection

    UL Classified to protect your valuables in a fire for 1 hour in up to 1700°F (927°C)

  • Water Protection

    ETL Verified water resistance to protect your valuables in up to 8 inches of water for up to 24 hours

  • Security Protection

    More Information

    2-4 live-locking bolts, solid steel construction and pry-resistant hinge bars provide our best protection from forced entry and tool attacks


The SentrySafe Combination Water and Fireproof Safe SFW123CS is designed to protect your important documents, digital media and other valuables. Solid steel construction and a pry-resistant hinge bar help protect against unwanted access. This safe also offers UL Classified fire protection and ETL Verified water protection for fire and flood damage and an interior organizer to meet your home and office security needs.


Combination Lock

Our 3- or 4-number factory-set combination locks are one of the most reliable form of securing your valuables.

4 large 1-inch bolts

60% bigger than traditional safes

Digital Media Protection

Protect tablets, phones, external hard drives, memory cards, USB drives, CDs, DVDs and other electronic storage devices.

Pry-Resistant Hinge Bar

Pry-resistant hinge bar reinforces the door of the safe for added protection against theft.

Steel Construction

Solid steel construction for durable and reliable protection.

Interior Organization

Key rack, door tray, and deep door pocket


  • Exterior Size

    17.8 in H X 16.3 in W X 19.3 in D

  • Interior Size

    13.8 in H X 12.6 in W X 11.9 in D

  • Capacity

    1.23 cubic ft

  • Lock Type


  • Peril Type

    Security, Fire, Water

  • Weight

    85.250 lb

  • Material

    Steel-Cased Fire Insulation

Note: All dimensions and weights provided are approximate, and are subject to change without notice.


  • Product Manual

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  • FAQs

    Find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

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  • Videos

    Guides to safe setup, troubleshooting, and other support needs.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by SBRumner from Excellent little Waterproof Safe for the Price I originally purchased this safe 3 years ago and like it so much I just purchased 2 more this past month. I did notice my older one does not have the rubber gasket around it though (so that one is on top). I stacked them for now. Going to bring one up to the cabin eventually. I much prefer the dial combination safes. Only negative for this safe is that you can not change the combination on these safe. It sucks, but good with numbers and have a password manager that I can access just in case. As far as security, even $4,000 + safes can easily be broken into. So this is more for waterproofing / fireproof protection and peace of mind. If someone broke in you'd know right away, so more of a deterrent, but for me it works great.
Date published: 2018-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by Aleh from It's a toy box, not safe! 1. Cheap plastic handle and parts of combination lock are ready to break at any time. 2. Poorly installed door. The space between the wall and the door at the top of the safe is double the space at the bottom. See pictures. 3. Back wall of the safe has 4 !!!(four) ~1.5 inch diameter holes covered with plastic. Because of that this box cannot be called a "safe". See picture 4. Rather than the sides of the safe being welded to the back wall, the back wall is attached the side walls at a 90 degree angle with tight connection, where the back wall curves on top of the side walls. This creates visible seams, which can be pried open. Overall, this "safe" isn't really a safe at all. It'll protect your valuables from children and fire, yes, but if any adult really wants to break into it, they will probably be able to do so in less than half an hour. I bought this safe online at Walmart, and I returned it the next day. I don't recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2018-08-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by 99bottles from Disappointed in this product. Safe doesn't sit flat on the floor. It rocks back and forth on the opposite corners where I drilled for the floor bolts. I think it's because the insulating material became displaced during the drilling process. White chunks and powder came out of the holes and what was left inside moved around. I also think the fire rating itself is compromised because of this. Not good!! As others have stated, the handle seems rather flimsy for a safe of this size. It's also a lot smaller on the inside than I was anticipating.
Date published: 2018-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lorne from A good, economical safe This is an economy safe that provides good security for the price class. I especially like that it has both fire and water protection, as many of our most important possessions are documents that are uniquely susceptible to both. Also, this safe is great for a renter like me, because you don't need to bolt it to a floor or put it into a wall, which no landlord is likely to let you do. The only downsides are that it is easy to carry off and that being a combination-lock-only safe, somebody who is determined to get in will be able to crack it, but as with most things in our country, if you want something better, you're going to have to go way up in price class. All in all, it is a good safe for the price, and I'm pleased with my purchase.
Date published: 2019-08-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by Meme85365 from Weak handle It is a good size on the extrerior but interior space diminishes because of the materials building the wall which is appropriate but slightly unexpected. It will perform our needs which is having a centralized location for documents but the handle is made of plastic which feels like you could break it every time you try to open it. Also weird since it’s a fire retardant Safe? Won’t the handle melt?
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by weswong from Great value and features We were focused on a safe to protect our sensitive information and other small valued items from natural disasters and discourage casual thievery (whether from cleaners and other service providers or even our kids!). This fit the bill perfectly. We like the flexibility of storage - the numerous key hooks, pockets, and adjustable shelving is great. There are also 4 bolts securing the door, which is an improvement from the 2 that my father's old SentrySafe has. Considering his happiness level, we are confident we will be as well.
Date published: 2018-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by A Guy With a Safe from Great Safe That Could Be Bettter With Improvements I like it fine. Meets my needs. Two things that would improve it: 1. A metal handle. The current plastic latch/handle feels cheap like it could break at any moment with little force or pressure. 2. I wish the door wasn't so thick. That way there would be more room inside for storage. I also definitely don't need the pockets in the door. That is just a waste of space as far I am concerned. So replace the plastic handle, lose the interior door pocket and make the door as thin as possible, and you got a real winner!
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by MJM1 from Not Safe for Pain Meds This safe is heavy because of the sand fill used for fire protection in the walls and door. The walls and door actually only have a light gauge steel skin over the fill material. A person was able to use a screw driver to peel back the door skin on the hinge side on my safe, gouge out the sand fill, then slide back the four lock bolts, allowing the door to be removed. (See photo) A determined attacker with a little time will break into this safe. The use of "solid steel" in the description seems misleading.
Date published: 2019-04-30
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