|Product Dimensions||16.51 x 15.75 x 3.81 cm; 171 Grams|
|Item Model Number||595|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Item Weight||171 g|
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|Brand||John N. Hansen|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||16.5 x 15.7 x 3.8 centimetres|
|Chamber depth||3.5 Inches|
About this item
- Deluxe Password Safe
- Input up to 400 accounts then just remember ONE password to access the whole kit and caboodle
- A secure way to remember all your passwords while protecting your identity
- Unit auto-locks for 30 minutes after 5 consecutive incorrect PINs
- Uses 3 AAA batteries, included. Approx.5" x 3.5"
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Don't forget your passwords again. This password vault stores login/user name and passwords for 400 web sites or accounts. Simply enter one PIN number to access your passwords. Includes search function. Unit locks automatically for 30 minutes after five consecutive incorrect PIN attempts. Not connected to Internet, safe from online hackers. Large backlit LCD screen. Full QWERTY keyboard. Built-in flash memory retains passwords during infrequent battery change. Small, pocket-sized design. Can be reset to permanently erase all data. Operates on one CR2032 button cell battery.
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Highly recommended especially for those people who aren't as technically minded as the younger generation.
I have wanted to buy another for Family Member, unfortunately none left.
This item is Highly recommended, let's hope there will be more in stock.
Thank you to the Seller 😊
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So far I am very happy with it and not encountered the problems some have mentioned elsewhere.
I do find the symbols on the two top lines a little difficult to read, but I have learned where my most used ones are .
Their are two OK buttons , one is in the middle of the direction arrows to the right of the screen, the other is to the right of the space bar at the bottom, it seems to do do exactly the same functions as the top one, but is more handy when you're typing in details.
To enter one or more capital letters you have to use the cap lock button.
On screen the letters, numbers and symbols are produced by dots, so some do look a bit strange at first, I found the lower case L rather strange but it's very easy to tell o from zero the zero has a diagonal line through it .
As mine is so new, I have no idea how long the three AAA battery's last, or the durability of this handy gadget.
To use the gadget you have to enter a password, according to the instruction leaflet, which I must add is very east to understand , if you enter the wrong password 5 times, it will lock up for 30 mins.and will keep doing so till you put in the correct one.
If you cannot remember the password , you have to insert something like a pen nib where it says erase.
Which will then erase all data entered, I think then you have to do the same with the reset button but am not totally sure on that bit, this will free up the gadget for use but you have to set it up from scratch again, I know it is a pain if you ever have to do this, but it does mean that your data is safe, unless of course others know your gadgets password
IMO it's to big to fit in a lot of pockets .
I have no intention of taking mine outside. But if you need to ,a brief case, bum bag hand or computer bag would be best
It does have a good back light which you can turn off, I haven't tried mine out in sunlight.
It has a flash memory , so you won't lose anything when you change the batteries
If I encounter any faults or problems I will update this review.
I am also using it as an address book., by putting names in the web area , telephone nu in the ID area, email in the password area and address in the note area.
I'm sure I will find some other uses too.
I am pleased I got this one