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PREMIUM 20

Tons of Features • Compact Design


When space is at a premium, look no further than the best compact safe to meet that need... Liberty Safe PREMIUM 20! Specifically built to fit within a 24 inch deep closet or any custom location, this safe has 75-mins of fire protection and ample security. Beautifully trimmed and fully customizable interior. Packed with features like an electronic lock and 2 jewelry doors...the Premium 20 is a sweet safe in a compact package.

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PRICE: Starting at $2,049
Payments starting as low as $46.61 for 60 months (14.99% APR) or 18 Months Same-As-Cash! Subject to credit approval.

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Premium 20 Ratings and Reviews


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Average 4.8 out of 5 stars for 336 customers ratings and reviews


Premium 20
written by AAB on August 24, 2014

Nice safe, would be better if all of the fratures listed on Libe
written by Jafo on August 12, 2013
This is a nice sized safe for anyone who can't fit a larger safe into their home. The one I received was missing items that were supposed to be include in the safe, the missing items were recessed lights in the ceiling and a bolt down kit. These items are on the Liberty web site information about this safe. The safe was even inspected before it left their factory. It also took Liberty an extra month to build my safe so I would have figured that it should have include all of the features that is listed on the Liberty web site. The reason I ordered this safe was due to the features listed on Liberty's web site.

If the safe would have been built right with all of the features listed on their web site I would have given this safe 5 stars instead of 3.
Liberty's Response:
You're right Jafo, you should have received the lights and bolt down kit. We will have Randi contact you first thing tomorrow and ship them to you via UPS. Thanks for your review. We will forward on to our final assembly manager for training.

Decent Value in a Closet Safe
written by Alskar on October 21, 2012
I purchased a Premium 20 about a year ago. It was one of the few safes that I found that would fit in a closet upstairs. The safe had to make its way up an elaborate set of stairs in my older home and fit into a narrow closet.

Overall I'm satisfied, but the cheap motion sensing (Chinese made) LED's lights are kind of poor quality and the hook-and-loop fasteners that came with the safe won't adhere to the cups in the top of the safe. I bought some better hook-and-loop fasteners at Home Depot and eventually got the lights to stay in place.

I'm an engineer and I'm a bit skeptical that this safe will meet it's fire rating. There are large pockets in the sheetrock to make room for the internal hinges. I can feel the external sheet metal in these pockets, meaning there is no insulation whatsoever in the hinge pockets.

Also, the sticker on the door jam says "11 gauge steel body", but I measured it, and it's really 12 gauge. The graphic right next to "11 gauge steel body" shows 12 gauge as well. Seems like even Liberty doesn't know what gauge metal they're using in this safe.

I think the S&G D-Drive lock is top-notch and the overall assembly quality is very good, though it arrived from Liberty with a big scratch on the door.

I'm reasonably satisfied with the safe overall, but when it came to buy another safe for my significant other, I purchased a different brand that was less sketchy with their specifications.

I don't trust that this safe meets the specifications that Liberty advertises.

Liberty's Response:
Thanks Alskar for your review on the Premium 20:

We need to verify the correct sticker was put on your safe. It should read 75 minutes at 1200 degrees along with 12 gauge in bold (next to other gauges) on the steel thickness.

We have also come up with a new solution on the velcro attachment for the lights, similar to what you have done.

Regarding fire protection. The Premium 20 is certified for 75 minutes at 1200 degrees with a 10 minute ramp up. The thermal couples that measure the heat only show a minor variation in temperature rise on that side of the hinges. The steam that comes from the fire board during a fire negates any measurable heat gain. We're confident that the safe will perform to these certifications.

Thanks again for your feedback. Very helpful.


Need help with interior lighting
written by Jimaculous on September 21, 2012
The case and door seem very solid. The motion sensing lights were an important feature for us, but the method of attaching them to the recessed plastic cups is unsatisfactory. When I tried to remove the housings in order to change the batteries, the adhesive tabs pulled away as well. Re-securing the light units was a major hassle.



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