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"Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?



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Post Fri Aug 12, 2011 8:42 am

Re: "Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?

mick wrote:
s1deshowmick wrote:Excellent cash box, hope to see it opened one day soon.

What state are you in?

Hey s1deshowmick , im in victoria.
Cheers Mick

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Post Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:16 pm

Re: "Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?

I'm also in Vic, but alas I've never tried Lever Locks nor anything Safecracking related except for picking the tubular reset keys on Bunnings Safes. Looking at the clock face, there wouldn't be too many different combos, 3600 to be exact, and fast to get through, although you might not be able to open the lever lock, it's a start, and your local locksmith might be able to open it pretty quickly.
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Post Fri Aug 12, 2011 2:20 pm

Re: "Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?

I don't know what the box is worth. Looks like a collectible to me. But you have a good point about the postage. If you sent it to me, AI would likely receive it within a week (judging from past history); But on the return, it is just as likely to get hung up in your country's Customs for a month or more!
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Post Fri Jan 13, 2023 6:04 am

Re: "Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?

Hi and hello from Germany

Happy I found this thread, because I just bought a one like this:
https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-anz ... 0-242-6444

Sadly my combination lock is only two poor single disc - so super easy to open.
What is missing here is the key. Can any one give me some recommendations how this could look?
Is it always the same, or any recommendation on which blank I could use and how I could build it. Think impressioning (don´t know if its called like this in english) is not an option. Would not expect the mechanics inside to be very stable. My box is open, but see no chance to disassemble it.

Have a great one

PS: Pictures i found:
https://i.etsystatic.com/7457341/r/il/1 ... 4_njxm.jpg
https://m.blog.naver.com/PostView.naver ... 1463999666 - here is a good picture - think i have to photoshop it later
Maybe also interesting to translate https://kolock-1004.com/safe/hand-safe
Found a good one!!! :) https://aucview.aucfan.com/yahoo/g1043760709/


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Post Fri Jan 13, 2023 9:53 am

Re: "Misono High Class Hand Safe" or is it?

That looks like a slightly warded lock. Silca has a wide range of key blanks suitable for this type of lock. You have to find there a good one and then adjust it as necessary. Best would be to get the measurements from a genuine key. Next best, try to measure the key hole.
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