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Franklin Series

A Small Investment in Big Security


An affordable line that offers many of the benefits of our higher tier safes, our Franklin safes feature the following:

  • 75 minutes of certified fire protection
  • 11-gauge steel safe body
  • Up to 15 - ¼” thick locking bars
  • 4-in-1 Flex™ interior

The Franklin models also include these accessories:

  • Electrical outlet kit
  • Interior lights
  • Deluxe door panel
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PRICE: Starting at $1,949
Payments starting as low as $44.34 for 60 months (14.99% APR) or 12 Months Same-As-Cash! Subject to credit approval.

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Franklin Ratings and Reviews


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Average 4.9 out of 5 stars for 4134 customers ratings and reviews


Third safe not a charm
written by Powell, Ohio on June 29, 2014
I just received my third Liberty Franklin safe. I have been very happy with #1 and #2, so I purchased #3 assuming the same quality as in the past. This is not the case. When opening and closing the door, the bolts made a loud scraping sound. I had to remove a bolt tab and bend it further to eliminate the scraping sound. This never should have passed inspection. The adhesive for the edge material on the shelves seems dry and sparse, thus the edging is coming off. I will have to re-glue the edging. Finally, the eLock will not allow me to change the combination. I have followed instructions and also contacted retailer personnel for assistance, and they could not get it to work. Awaiting next steps to resolve this issue. Overall, I spent nearly $2900 and have a much higher expectation of quality out of Liberty Safes. It is my hope they will work diligently to correct the poor quality issues. I have been a loyal customer and expect a much higher quality for the price paid.
Liberty's Response:
Sounds like you are having some issues that we need to get fixed up for you. You are right...it should not have made it past inspection that way. As you know from your other 2 safes, we build a quality product and will get your safe up to the quality standards that you/we expect. A customer service rep will be in contact either today or tomorrow.

Took 5 months to get here
written by AHAB on August 28, 2013
While i am happy with the quality of my new safe, i am not pleased with waiting 5 months for delivery. the safe i ordered was a normal production with no special bells and whistles. the dealer failed to keep me updated on the status of my order unless i prompted him to research it. i was told that it is coming in on the "next truck" for the last 2 months and then it just showed up one day out of the blue with no warning. i cannot imagine running a business like that.
Liberty's Response:
Glad you like your safe AHAB. You're right, it's discouraging to have to wait so long for your Liberty. Demand for Liberty's have been so strong, the lead times were extended in 2013, selling out for most of the year. Nevertheless, we should have done a better job in communicating the status of your order. We will use this as a training issue with our dealers. Thanks for letting us know. The Franklin safe is one nice safe. We're glad you are happy with it.

Unrealistic gun capacity
written by shutz4fun on June 7, 2013
This 27 gun safe might hold 27 broomsticks but never 27 rifles or shotguns. Door pushes against guns in front row of 3 row section. None of the slots is appropriate for a double barreled shotgun. On the plus side: It does have an outlet for a dehumidifier; and it is pretty.
Liberty's Response:
Yes, gun capacity varies based on size of guns, barrels and scopes attached. It may be helpful to turn the stocks of the gun slight to help fit the front row better. 

Disappointed
written by TK from TX on February 22, 2013
I've spent the last 6 months reviewing and researching safes as I am very picky when it comes to quality, especially on something that should last as long as a safe.
That said, I'm wondering if I made the right decision in the end with the Liberty Franklin 35. I haven't even had it for a week yet and have serious doubts.
The locking hub is cosmetically damaged upon delivery. They are supposed to be fixing that so I'll let that one slide but my largest concern is the door. The door is warped or something and doesn't close flush against the jamb. When the top corner of the door hits the jamb the bottom of the door has almost a half inch gap. The safe was delivered missing the door adjusters but even if it had them I will have to always use my foot to press the bottom of the door closed in order to turn the spokes and lock up the safe...not really something I'm looking forward to for the life of the safe.
I noticed last night that the felt liner is starting to fall already like a 15 year old car head-liner and the fire seal on the door has sections that keep coming unstuck from the jamb surface.
The quality is not near what I expected especially after waiting for it 7 weeks. For those who got a perfect one...congratulations. I've had several emails back and forth with Liberty and I do not think anyone "gets it" yet or understands my issue with the door not closing properly and it will never seal the way it is now. I wish the shipped product was as good as all the floor models I looked at.
Liberty's Response:
Wow, it's very unfortunate and rare someone has this kind of experience with a Franklin safe. First off, we'll pass this information on to manufacturing and quality control so they can review. Then, let's see what we can do for you to resolve your issues early in the week. Can you send over the serial # and who you have been working with in our customer service department; that will help us to get the history on your safe. I'm going to forward to our customer service manager so we can review and get back with you. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience. You pay good money for a quality safe, let us see what we can do to make it right.

UPDATE: JUNE 24, 2013 
So I made the original purchase Dec 27 and the original safe was delivered in late Feb. You can look for the original review on Feb 22,2013. Finally got the replacement in. It appears to be what I originally expected. Seems to be a very good quality and everything in working order. This one has all the parts and pieces included and/or installed and the door works perfectly. The hub on this one even spins easier and feels better that the original. If you are thinking of a safe, you cannot go wrong with Liberty...as they proved to me that even if you happen to get one with issues and are not 100% satisfied, they will make it right. I think I just happened to get one during the "peak" sales due to the governments' current views and their QA got a little loose or hurried...but it did seem to be a very isolated incident. I am glad I chose this one over the thinner and/or China made ones.

Frustrated with Quality
written by Kryssy on December 3, 2012
I have to enter the code sometimes 4-5 times before it will open, if i needed to get in the safe immediately, I would be screwed. In addition the "velcro" lights fall down and won't stay up, they are poor quality. For this kind of safe, I expected more.
Liberty's Response:
We agree, issues like these shouldn't happen. Our locksmith is apparently currently working with you to figure out the combination mis-dialing. We also have some new velcro we can send you for the lights. Let us know if everything works out.



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