Here is a small Leabank royal safe. It is key and combination. Here is another example of a cheap combination lock that confuses most of its users. Nearly every single one of these safes I’ve attended has been the same story. The dial is taped over and the owners just use the key.
These safes are easy to disable so you don’t have the problem of dialling if you forget the code or are unaware of the code. Just give me a call or email to discuss. Price to disable will only be a standard area call out. These safes hold no real cash rating and are referred to as ‘tin box’ safes. If the combination lock is disabled the security will rely on the keylock only so I would advise the owner to buy a cash rated safe.