We have uploaded a new set of videos on our YouTube channel that will assist and help you get a better understanding of our full-line of safe products. Our training videos will show you the specifications and features of the different types of safes we have available. Our videos will also assist you in the basic functions and how to operate our safes. You will learn how to operate the standard electronic locks, installation, emergency key, changing user codes, unlocking the safe and other additional features. Look to our new training videos for the technical support you need. We also have a technical support section that features all the different types of electronic locks we use on our safes. There you can download a copy of your own PDF manual on how to operate the lock, or you can click the image of a specific lock that will direct you to an operating instructions page. If you still have any questions or concerns left, then feel free to call our live technical support department available from Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm (Pacific Standard Time) Phone: 1-800-490-5624.
Learn the features and specification of MESA’s MFS Series U.L. Classified Fire Safes. The video will show a tutorial and demonstration of how to unlock the safe, open the safe, dimensions and core features that include models MFS45E, MFS55E, MFS63E and MFS80E. These fire safes have been rated and approved for quality inspection. These fire safes are ideal to protect your belongings from the effects of fire and extreme heat. Keep your sensitive documents such as passports, insurance, social security, taxes, birth certificates and other confidential items protected and secure in case any wildfires, accidents, gas leaks or any other fire disasters.
The Hitch Vault is one of the most versatile safes in the MESA line. It’s portability and lightweight design offers a security blanket for your traveling experiences. Forget having to carry all your personal items with you when you don’t need it. Keep your items safe from becoming lost or misplacing them by securing them inside the Hitch Vault. If you need to store your keys, wallet or cellphones while you’re surfing, snowboarding, hiking or other outdoor activities the Hitch Vault is the perfect solution. Simply attach the safe onto the hitch of your car and you’re ready to go! The video will have a full demonstration of the Hitch Vault’s strength, security and durability to withstand extreme abuse and physical damage. You won’t believe how much abuse this rugged and tough safe can endure until you see the video yourself!
Learn more about the Hitch Vault and it’s features here: Hitch Vault
MESA’s Hotel Safes have been the favorite among commercial applications, but are also suitable for personal use. These safes provide the right amount of security, weight and protection to store personal items such as wallets, watches, jewelry, passports, laptops and other valuable items. The safe’s basic features and compact design allows for storage in small areas where space is limited, which is why it is popular in universities, hospitals, dorms, hotels and other residential facilities. The hotel safe uses an electronic keypad feature to set up your own passcode for multiple users and even has a magnetic card swipe feature for added convenience. This video will teach you the basic and extra functions of MESA’s hotel safe.
MESA’s Hitch Vault – “On-The-Go Protection”
This video features a quick demonstration of the Hitch Vault in action. You can see how simple, quick and convenient it is to store your items without having to bring them along. On-The-Go Protection you can trust.
Orange, CA , July 5th, 2011 – Mesa Safe, a leading Residential and Commercial Fire and Depository Safe company located in the United States, announced today that security industry veteran Derrick Allison has been named National Sales Manager for North America.
Allison, who brings to Mesa Safe more than 20 years of industry experience, began in the Security, Access Control and Fire Life Safety business in the late 80’s as a security sales representative for ASSA Abloy in Chicago, IL. He has gained a breadth of experience in such roles as sales representative, Business Unit Leader, Regional Sales Manager, National Sales Manager and VP of Sales primarily with Best Lock Corporation, ASSA Abloy, Stanley Security Solutions and most recently with Corporate Safe Specialists.
“Derrick brings to Mesa a wealth of sales knowledge and management experience,” said Mesa Safe President George Vicente. “We are proud to have him as part of the Mesa Safe family and look forward to his contributions as part of our leadership team.”
“I’m excited to join a company whose main priority is customer satisfaction,” said Allison. “Consistent year-over-year productivity and goal achievement is realized through focus on strategic daily activities and the drive to meet all of our customer’s expectations. With over 20 years in this business, there is already a great deal of experience and knowledge to build on, but what stands out most about Mesa Safe is their strong customer relationships and their outstanding team effort approach to delivering results and to bringing innovation to the marketplace. I couldn’t be more excited to be part of this growing organization and to adding my resources in helping them seize the opportunities that exists within the greater North America marketplace.”
Since the devastating earthquake disaster that wrecked the Miyagi Prefecture, reports have mentioned that over 2,000 safes have been turned in. That is a pretty high number considering that in other countries including the United States, not many people would have the decency to turn in a safe, especially after a disaster such as this one. Many of the safes have remained unclaimed.
Most of the safes were discovered by the people in the area and by police officers. According to the police there has been an estimated 1,000 safes that could be opened with crowbars and other tools. What they have found inside is hundreds of millions of yen; even one safe contained 70 million yen. The other safes that remain closed probably contain a great amount of money the police say.
The reason for opening the safes is to be able to identify the true owner of the safe through identification documents that could be also be contained inside the safe. Based on the information from bankbooks, deeds, insurance or other confidential records, the police’s accounting team will be able to determine their owners.
The police will also take on the challenge of matching up the lost safes based on the owner’s lost report description including the manufacturer, size and how much money was contained in the safe. Though, the police have only found 60% of the rightful owners to the opened safes. The difficult task in matching up the safe with the owners is that most of the safe did not have the manufacture name or separate names of the individuals that would normally be easy to trace to the owners. Many of the safes have also rusted or have been damaged significantly that has changed their appearance after the earthquake and tsunami, which makes it difficult to match according to the original description.
May 11th, 2011 - The 2nd day at the National Hardware Show was as awesome as the first. We got to meet a lot more people and had more people visit our booth to check out our products. We had manufacturers and companies who came to visit who were really nice, down to earth and interested in selling our products. It was a wonderful feeling to network with so many successful companies and we hope to keep in touch even after the show. We passed out a lot of our business cards, brochures and our popular Mesa Gazette newsletter.
Our Mesa Gazette newsletter featured topics on security safes and the benefits of an all steel safe compared to a plastic safe. It was a big deal for us as it was for those who received the newspaper because it informed them about the difference between the two types of safes. Many people who picked up a newspaper were amused with the comics, personals and our crossword puzzle. We hope to have delivered a fun experience, but also an educational one for those who came through.
We're still getting a lot of attention with our Hitch-Hiker safe. Many people just love the fact that they can store their valuables without having to bring it along with them during their outdoor activities. No more worrying about losing your keys or misplacing your wallet when surfing or snowboarding. Our hitch safe wasn't the only safe getting all the attention. Our fire and gun safes also sparked massive interest. A lot of folks wanted something that can store their firearms to protect against theft and fire. Our gun safes were the ideal choice. With summer approaching, many people were interested in our fire safes to protect their valuables under extreme heat or in case of any fire emergencies. We were really eager and motivated to answer any questions people had.
We would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth so far. It’s an honor and pleasure to share our products with you. The same goes for those who have also shared their products with us. From all the different companies we’ve connected with so far, its no wonder the National Hardware Show is one of the most respected and valued shows in the world. We still got one more day ahead of us and we’ll certainly make the most of it. We would also like to thank those who have been following us on Twitter.
Las Vegas, N.V. (May 2010) – Mesa Safe Company, the leader in residential and commercial safes, showcased their U.L. Class 350 – 1 Hour Rated Fire and Water Resistant Safes at the 2010 Hardware Show held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV, May 4-6, 2010. To thousands of exhibitors, attendees, and industry professionals, Mesa Safe Company proved their commitment to highest quality products at the lowest possible prices.
“After years of seeing what was available to the general public in fire safes, I knew we needed to do something different, something that really is secure,” said George Vicente, founder of Mesa Safes. “We needed to combine fire resistance with more than just basic lock security. Our safe had to offer fire protection, be a deterrent to theft, and be made of steel construction inside and out. Water resistance is a must so it was added. We did it not just because customers demanded it, but because we know they deserve it.”