In partnership with Sentry Safe UK, Safelincs are running a limited special offer on the new range of Sentry MS safes.
Designed for both home and office use, these safes are designed to protect digital media such as CDs, DVDs and memory sticks. The Sentry MS range offers 60 minutes protection against fire, has an overnight insurance rating of £1000 cash and £10 000 valuables and has the capacity to hold up to 75 standard case CD-ROMs and up to 150 jewel case CD-ROMs.
The Sentry MSW0809 model is ETL verified for water resistance in up to 8? of water for up to 24 hours. The safes come with a standard one year guarantee, as well as a replacement lifetime guarantee should the safe ever be involved in a fire.
The MSW0807 is available at £279.00 Inc VAT with free next day delivery. For more information on the MS0807 and our other range of safes, visit www.safelincs.co.uk
Special Offer:WAS £294.99 Inc VAT Now:£279.00 inc VAT
May’s customer survey winner was Mr Keith Spence of Frampton, Dorchester.
Every month Safelincs offers their customers the chance to win £25 worth of ‘Love2shop’ high street vouchers.
All he had to do was fill out a customer survey questionnaire and he was immediately entered into the prize draw.
Mr Keith Spence said: “I was absolutely delighted with the service. You were one of only a few suppliers that I found that had the items I wanted in stock and the goods arrived the next day. Overall, I was extremely happy and would highly recommend you.”
Safelincs have received praise for the high level of customer service recently received by their customers. Many customers have been in contact to share their appreciation of the service received.
One customer quoted:
I feel compelled to write to thank you all for the excellent customer service I received with my recent order. This was the first time I had used your company and I was really impressed and delighted with the level of service you provide.
My order was (slightly!) complicated by the fact that I needed;
- Fire extinguishers sent to an Offshore Scottish Island-no problem, your friendly customer service staff confirmed that you used a courier licensed to transport these items and confirmed a delivery timescale (several other suppliers couldn’t deliver!).
- The delivery sent to another address (a contractor working for me)-again, no problem!
- On the first delivery attempt the contractor wasn’t available to receive the goods and I asked for them to be re-directed to me at the address where I was working-again no problem, you contacted your courier and arranged accordingly and they arrived as planned!
Once again thank you, you made the whole experience as trouble free as possible and that really counts when you are working to a tight schedule on an offshore island.
Special thanks to Cheyney for all her help when I called.
Feel free to use my comments on any promotional material you wish and I will certainly recommend you to others.
A very satisfied customer,
The removal of batteries from smoke alarms, or failing to replace old ones is the cause of many deaths and injuries in home fires.
Some people remove batteries from smoke alarms because their alarm keeps beeping. If this is the case check you have the right type of alarm positioned correctly. See our helpsheet for more details.
Alarms save lives, but a smoke alarm with the batteries removed or with flat batteries will not protect you and your family. Regularly test your alarm and replace the batteries whenever the indicator sounds. Never remove the batteries permanently.
Tonight’s Coronation Street (Monday, 30 March 2009) highlights the importance of smoke alarms. In this episode the character Peter Barlow falls asleep with a lit cigerette and sets his flat on fire, where he lives with his son. In this case, the smoke alarm has had the batteries removed and the pair are subsequently overcome by smoke and fire and have to be rescued by neighbours, and leaves the character’s son fighting for his life.
Don’t let this happen to you and your family!
Following the granting of the design rights earlier in the year, Safelincs has now moved to the pre-production tooling stage for the new Safelincs Cavity Fire Escape Ladder, which is designed to fit in the inner leaf of newbuild homes. The ladder and all its elements are completely hidden from view and can be deployed in less time than traditional portable fire escape ladders. The next step is to go through the necessary safety certification as required for the building industry. One building company has already agreed to install these ladders in a number of their homes for final field trials.
Safelincs has been granted design rights by the UK Patent Office for a new, ground-breaking design of fire escape ladder located in the wall and cavity of new-built homes. This fire escape ladder is totally hidden from sight, is accessible within seconds and can be deployed easily, even by children. The ladder should be available by the end of the 4th quarter 2008