The King Charles I Model C26,
TL-15 High Security Safe
Occasionally you may see an ad that calls a cheap safe a "High Security Safe." The person running the ad is intentionally or unintentionally misleading you. In the world of safes, a High Security Safe has an Underwriter Laboratories' burglar rating of TL-15 or higher. Only a professional safe cracker would intentionally tackle breaking into a High Security Safe. Less experienced burglars may attempt entry, but they soon realize they don't have the experience or the equipment needed.
The body of our C26 TL-15 is just as strong as the body of a TL-30, it's construction provides protection equal to a one-inch thick slab of solid steel! Don't be misled when you see a nice looking safe and read, "heavy 7 gauge steel." 7 gauge steel is .1793" thick, or less than 1/5th of an inch. When the measurements are in gauge or millimeters (in the U.S.) you can be pretty sure the seller doesn't want you to know how thick the steel is. Steel is heavy, expensive and more costly to ship, but more steel always
means more security!
How much is peace of mind worth? If you have some expensive jewelry, cash reserves, or a collection of silver or gold coins, don't entrust them to anything less than a High Security Safe!