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Liberty Safe SafElert Monitoring Alarm

Liberty Safe SafElert Monitoring Alarm

Liberty Safe

Liberty Safe

Payson, Utah - -( Liberty Safe, World famous for their line of super tough reliable firearm safes,, has devised a revolutionary portable and wireless safe monitoring and alarm system, the Liberty SafElert, ( )  in cooperation with Elertus Cloud Services.

But now it is even better and might make a great Christmas gift.

Liberty Safe has eliminated the annual $39.99 monitoring charge for SafElert.

“People have enough monthly fees to worry about and we decided not to add to them. We have determined that our customers are best served if we offer this great service with no additional fees attached. We are pleased to announce that Liberty Safe’s SafElert now comes with FREE monitoring service–forever!” –Kim Waddoups, CEO, Liberty Safe.

Near total protection: SafElert affords Liberty Safe owners the capability to monitor the status of their safe (any brand) and other protected property from almost anywhere in the world.

Liberty’s SafElert is a compact 3x2x1-inch wireless hi-tech communications device employed in any existing firearm or valuable safe, dresser drawers, liquor cabinet, or even a refrigerator to catch a secret snacker.

The SafElert is set into any safe or targeted area you might want protected by active monitoring as if you were standing right there. With SafElert you simply turn it on and go enjoy your life.

But let’s stick to safes for our example here. The Liberty SafElert will notify you if your safe (any safe) is jarred, hit, pried, moved, opened, over heated, the handle is jostled or most anything else out of the ordinary. Additionally the system will even automatically send you a weekly status report-humidity, temperature, batter level-from the inside the safe.

“SafElert is another example of Liberty’s innovative thinking in an increasingly complex and dangerous world. We are always looking for ways to better protect what our customer’s value.”–Kim Waddoups, President, Liberty Safes.

The alarm and reports are sent as texts or emails through a Wi-Fi system and received via email messaging and cell/smart phone via Elertus Cloud services. If any of those systems fails, SafElert will even notify you of that particular failure event when it checks in every hour. It even notifies you when the batteries are getting low.

You can have up to five people receive this information. So if you forget your cell phone or go on a hunting trip without your electronic toys and an alert comes in, any one of these other people can react to the alarm.

What you need: A home Wi-Fi network (wireless router) and smartphone, tablet, PC, or Mac connected to your wireless router.

Safely order the Liberty SafElert on Amazon :


  • · Case: Polycarbonate plastic
  • · Size: 3.1″ long x 2.5″ wide x 1.05″ high
  • · Weight: 2.5 oz. (without batteries)
  • · Power: Two AA 1.5 Volt alkaline batteries (generally last one year)
  • · Heat range: -30 to +150 Degrees F
  • · Humidity range: 0-100%
  • · MSRP: SafElert unit, $199.00
  • · Monitoring: NOW FREE-forever!
  • · Available though all Liberty Safe Dealers

Making it work:

  • 1. Place batteries into the SafElert (okay, this is getting complicated)
  • 2. Sign up at
  • 3. Choose various targeted items to be monitored (heat, movement, humidity, etc.)
  • 4. Place SafElert inside the safe or protected item and you are set.
Liberty Safe
1199 West Utah Avenue
Payson, UT 84651
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