The Best Wall Safes in 2024

Wall safes are a terrific way to protect your most prized valuables without taking up floor space. Easily installed within walls, the wall safes will have two methods of entry and plenty of interior space. We’re here to direct you to the best of the wall safes on the market.

Eyeing each product for its method of locking, steel thickness, dimensions, etc., we’ve created a comprehensive list of the ten best models available. Let’s check out our top recommendations before diving into the full list.

  • Our top recommended wall safe is the Paragon Lock & Safe 7750 Electronic Wall Safe. This safe is heavy-duty, and heavy, and comes with a long-term, 10-year warranty. The hinges are tamper-proof and you’re able to open the safe with a pin or keys.
  • Our next top recommendation is the Barska Biometric Fingerprint Security Wall Safe. This model is approved as safe by the Department of Justice and comes equipped with a biometric fingerprint reader. The Barska model comes with all necessary mounting hardware, AA batteries for the locking mechanism/fingerprint reader, and keys for backup entry.
  • Our third and final top recommendation before diving into the full list is the Paragon Lock & Safe 7725 Flat Electronic Wall Safe. Like the previously mentioned Paragon model, this model is heavy-duty and heavy itself. It’s also nearly identical in its features to the previous Paragon, including the 10-year warranty. The main difference is a slight difference in the locking mechanism and the unit is black.

Best Wall Safes:

1. PARAGON SAFES Electronic Flat Wall Safe Box

As was previously mentioned, the wall mount safe is the Paragon Lock & Safe 7750 Electronic Wall Safe. The unit sports 1/8′ steel and has a powder-coated finish. Additionally, it has tamper-proof hinges and includes anchor bolts.

Aside from some consumers receiving broken safes upon delivery, most consumers are pretty satisfied with this safe. It’s noted as being a strong safety that’s heavily protective, but it’s also noted as being slightly space-limited due to its large locking mechanism.

Specifications

  • Programmable electronic lock with buzzer and LED (opens with secret PIN code or included keys)
  • Powder-coated exterior finish, tamper-proof hinges
  • Material: 1/8″ steel
  • Color: gray
  • Dimensions: 22″ x 16″ x 4″
  • Weight: 39lbs
  • Anchor bolts included; runs on AA batteries
  • 10 Year warranty

Pros

  • Found to be easily installed; anchor bolts included
  • Comes with a 10-year warranty so the unit is guaranteed for at least that time

Cons

  • Due to the large locking mechanism, interior space is somewhat limited
  • Some consumers have received broken safes

2. Barska Biometric Fingerprint Security Wall Safe

The next model in review is the biometric wall safe on the market. The Barska Biometric Fingerprint Security Wall Safe is approved safe by the Department of Justice and is equipped with a 120-fingerprint biometric module.

This model has two removable shelves so that you can maximize its interior space to your specifications. Notably, the door opens to the right and this isn’t adjustable.

Consumers are iffy about the biometric fingerprint reader. A notable group of consumers has had a malfunction with this mechanism, leading to inoperable safes. Some consumers report having no issue as well, so it’s difficult to discern the true issue.

Specifications

  • The DOJ-approved safe comes with a 120-fingerprint biometric module that is easy to program
  • 2 x Removable shelves for convenience organizing
  • Material: 1/16″ durable steel (dual built-in pry-resistant steel deadbolts)
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions: 20.75″ x 15.4″ x 3.73″
  • Weight: 28.8lbs
  • The door opens to the right (not adjustable)
  • Includes mounting hardware, 2 x Backup keys, 4 x AA batteries

Pros

  • Comes with all required mounting hardware, a set of backup keys, and four AA batteries necessary for the biometric operation

Cons

  • Some consumers have consistent issues with the biometric fingerprint reader and getting the safe open
  • The door only opens right and is not adjustable

3. Paragon Lock & Safe – 7725 Superior Wall Safe 7725 Flat Electronic Wall Safe

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The third in-wall gun safe (or jewelry, etc.) is the Paragon Lock & Safe 7725 Flat Electronic Wall Safe. This model is constructed of 1/8″ steel and has a powder-coated exterior.

Its interior is carpeted in grey mat padding and its hinges are tamper-proof. As with the previous Paragon safe, this model comes with anchor bolts and a 10-year warranty.

Consumers find this Paragon safe to be super heavy-duty and well-constructed. A small opposition of consumers notes having issues with the locking mechanism that has prevented them from even opening the safe. However, plenty of consumers highly recommend it.

Specifications

  • Programmable electronic lock with buzzer and LED (opens with secret PIN code or included keys)
  • Powder-coated exterior finish, tamper-proof hinges, grey carpet mat padding on the inside bottom
  • Material: 1/8″ steel
  • Color: gray
  • Dimensions: 22″ x 16.5″ x 4″ (exterior); 20.25″ x 14.25″ x 3.75″ (interior)
  • Weight: 37lbs
  • Anchor bolts included; runs on AA batteries
  • 10 Year warranty

Pros

  • Found to be easily installed and heavy-duty; anchor bolts included
  • Comes with a 10-year warranty so the unit is guaranteed for at least that time

Cons

  • The locking mechanism has given a group of consumers trouble and even prevented some from opening their safes

4. Protex PWS-1814E Electronic Keypad Wall Safe

The Protex PWS-1814E Electronic Keypad Wall Safe is the next model in these reviews of residential wall safes. This Protex model has removable shelves, as many do, to increase the interior space or for customizing it.

This unit has a motorized locking bolt system that automatically opens the door after entering the PIN. The unit also sports roughly .44 cubic feet of interior space.

Consumers are highly satisfied with this Protex safe and are notably excited about its fireproof feature. Consumers mostly love this safe but are warned not to get upset over installation.

Specifications

  • Burglary-resistant wall safe with digital electronic locking system; motorized locking bolt system opens the door automatically
  • Dual live motorized chrome bolts (3/4″ diameter)
  • 2 x Removable shelves
  • Approximately .44 cubic feet of storage space
  • Material: steel
  • Color: Beige
  • Dimensions: 18.2″ x 14.1″ x 3.9″
  • Weight: 28lbs
  • Includes 4 x AA batteries necessary for the locking mechanism and a key

Pros

  • Can be opened by an electronic lock or a biometric lock; you have the option
  • Shelves are removable to create maximum interior storage space

Cons

  • Some consumers have received units with warped metal and others claim the locking mechanism has malfunctioned on them

5. First Watch – Homak Between the Studs High-Security Steel Tall Wall Safe

This next safe is more of a built-in wall jewelry safe than a larger, shelved safe. The First Watch – High-Security Steel Wall Safe is a small wall safe that’s easy to conceal behind mirrors, picture frames, inside closets, etc., and takes on a less obvious appearance than other safes.

The unit comprises 1.5mm of heavy-duty steel and is very lightweight compared to other safes on the market at roughly four pounds.

Consumers find this First Watch model to be very practical and conveniently easy to conceal. The white color of the safe is noted as helping to conceal it. One complaint about the safe is it’s relatively easy to break into should an intruder/thief find it.

Specifications

  • Easily concealed behind a mirror, picture frame, or inside a closet
  • HMC High-security tubular locking system
  • Material: 1.5mm heavy-duty steel
  • Color: white
  • Dimensions: 17-1/4″ W x 4-1/8″ D x 60-1/8″ H

Pros

  • The compact size makes it easily concealable and it’s designed to fit between wall studs
  • Super-lightweight makes this safe and simpler to install

Cons

  • Some consumers find that the safe can be easily broken into

6. Paragon Digital Wall Safe

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Coming in at the sixth spot on the list is another Paragon model. The Paragon Lock & Safe 7700 Flat Electronic Wall Safe is another wall-mounted safe that comes with an electronic lock with a buzzer.

As with all Paragon models reviewed thus far, the steel of this is safe and is 1/8″ thick and the unit is heavy-duty, weighing in at 37 pounds. It also comes with a 10-year warranty that is seemingly the standard from Paragon models.

Consumers, as with the other Paragon models, find this unit to be solid, well-constructed, and strong. One complaint that’s noted is the reduction of interior space due to the locking mechanism jutting into it.

Specifications

  • Programmable electronic lock with buzzer and LED (opens with secret PIN code or included keys)
  • Powder-coated exterior finish, tamper-proof hinges, grey carpet mat padding on the inside bottom
  • Material: 1/8″ thick steel
  • Color: gray
  • Dimensions: 22″ x 16.25″ x 4″
  • Weight: 37lbs
  • Anchor bolts included; runs on AA batteries
  • 10 Year warranty

Pros

  • The locking mechanism is more petite and creates more interior space
  • Anchor bolts and AA batteries included
  • Comes with a 10-year warranty so the unit is guaranteed for at least that time

Cons

  • A segment of consumers has received a defective safe upon delivery

7. V-Line Quick Vault Locking Storage for Guns and Valuables

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This next wall safe box in review is the V-Line Quick Vault Locking Storage. This safe is designed so that the border sits flush on the wall and the safe door sits slightly recessed in the wall. This safe doesn’t need any batteries as its locking mechanism is mechanical; this mechanism supports the possibility of 1081 access combinations. Fortunately, the locking mechanism doesn’t protrude into the interior space at all.

Consumers find this unit highly reliable; no electronics means no intermittent issues or malfunctions. Surprisingly, consumers also find installation to be somewhat simple.

Pros

  • The compact size makes it easily concealable and the locking mechanism is completely integrated into the door without imposing on interior storage space
  • Felt-lined interior protects your jewelry and other valuables while being stored

Cons

  • N/A

8. BUYaSafe WES2113-DF Fire Resistant Electronic Wall Safe for 8″ Deep or Deeper Walls

This next wall-mount safe is potentially the most spacious model on the market. The BUYaSafe WES2113-DF Fire Resistant Electronic Wall Safe has a depth of eight inches, which is double the depth of most comparable safes on the market. This creates loads more interior space.

Additionally, its shelves are removable and the interior is velvet-lined for the protective keeping of your valuables. It also has short-term fire protection.

Consumers are very pleased with this BUYaSafe model. The depth of the safe is noted as being its greatest feature, creating plenty of space for valuables. Additionally, the keypad mechanism is noted as working nearly flawlessly, with no notes of mishaps or malfunctions.

Specifications

  • Designed to be installed between 16″ O/C wall studs
  • Built with 30 minutes fire protection feature
  • Velvet interior
  • 2 x Removable shelves
  • Material: 3/16″ steel
  • Color: Beige
  • Dimensions: 20.75″ x 13.625″ x 8″
  • Weight: 49lbs
  • Includes 4 x AA batteries necessary for the locking mechanism and a set of keys

Pros

  • One of the deepest models on the market, making its storage space massive
  • Shelves are removable to create maximum interior storage space

Cons

  • Must have 2×6 studs (which is typically standard), not 2×4 studs for proper installation

9. Protex Safe Fingerprint Wall Safe

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Finishing off the list of top safe models is the Protex Safe Fingerprint Wall Safe. This digital wall safe has a fingerprint locking system and a motorized locking bolt system that allows for automatic door opening.

The unit also sports the standard two removable shelves for increasing interior space and space customization. The unit comes with the necessary four AA batteries and a key you might need as a backup.

Consumers have mixed reviews about this Protex unit. The fingerprint reader has consumers reporting on both its capability and its constant failures, making it hard to discern its quality. Others call the safe good for the money. For the most part, it seems consumers are having relative success with this safe.

Specifications

  • Burglary-resistant wall safe with fingerprint locking system
  • A motorized locking bolt system will open the door automatically
  • Equipped with a state-of-the-art fingerprint reader
  • 2 x Removable shelves
  • Designed to be installed between 16″ O/C wall studs
  • Approximately .44 cubic feet of storage space
  • Material: steel
  • Color: gray
  • Dimensions: 18.2″ x 14.1″ x 3.9″
  • Weight: 29lbs
  • Includes 4 x AA batteries necessary for the locking mechanism and a key

Pros

  • Motorized locking bolts make opening the door automatic and hands-off after entering your access code
  • Shelves are removable to create maximum interior storage space

Cons

  • A fair bit of consumers have issues with the motorized bolts and claim they become defective rather quickly

Factors to Consider

The following is a list of factors to consider when buying a home wall safe:

Interior size:

The first factor to consider when buying a home wall safe is the interior size. Depending on what you need a wall safe for, there are different size options to choose from. If you only want to use one for jewelry, the smaller, more concealable safes are your best bet.

If you need to store other valuables such as money, guns, etc., you’ll want to go for the larger, 20 or more-inch high safes. Some models have poorly designed locking mechanisms that interfere with the interior space and this should be noted.

Conceal-ability:

The next factor to consider is the conceal-ability of different safes. Some models, such as the First Watch model, are designed to be easily installed behind mirrors, picture frames, etc., and are easier to conceal.

Others, even the larger safes in review, are designed to sit flush on or slightly recessed in the wall, making it easy to cover up. The shape of the safe is the main driver of your ability to conceal it, so be sure to choose a model you can conceal practically in your home or office.

Type of locking mechanism:

The third factor to consider is the type of locking mechanism being used in the safe. It’s a personal choice but fingerprint-reading models are considerably more secure than code and key models.

However, not everyone is keen on fingerprint technology and for those consumers, there are of course normal PIN models, keypad models, and key models. Whichever type of lock the safe you choose utilizes will determine the way and how easily you interface with your safe.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the wall safe on the market is the Paragon 7750 model. This unit is heavy, comes with a long-term, 10-year warranty, and has tamper-proof hinges for ultra protection.

If this model isn’t to your liking, perhaps you can entertain the Barska Biometric Fingerprint Security Wall Safe. This unit utilizes fingerprint reading technology for the highest form of personal security and is even approved as safe by the Department of Justice.

Of course, there are plenty of varying models on the market you can choose from, as the reviews help to show.

No matter which model of wall safe you choose to entertain, be sure that it covers your bases and is at least comparable in its features to models found here on the list. There’s never been a better time than the present to start protecting your valuables, so get your wall safe today and keep your possessions protected

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