The Supra P500 is a more robust and tougher version of the of Supra C500 but costs around £20 more. Is it worth the extra spend? We dig deeper.
They are both made from a thick hardened zinc alloy single piece casing, come with a big locking bolt, a stainless steel punch resistant front and hardened pin hinges.
Both are designed to withstand a physical and forceful attack.
The P500 has these additional benefits:
We've used both lock boxes, and they are both really good. However, the P500 just feels a bit better built, is even more secure and comes with an anti-tamper cover which makes it a little more discreet.
In the manufacturer's own words, the P500 comes with an "attack resistant insert, code cover and optional alarm."
According to the manufacturer, the P500 comes with a heavy gauge steel vault liner insert, while the C500 doesn’t.
The P500 also comes with an anti-saw and drill insert
If you’re already spending upwards of £60 on security, then another £20 on a more secure product could be worth the investment.
Both the lockboxes have been granted the Secured by Design quality standard and both meet the LPCB LPS 1175: Issue 6, Security Rating 1.
Yes, they are easy to use and have been designed for single-hand usage.