Scott gives an overview of MyCube safe and some of the core functionalities that make MyCube safes different from other safes.
A video describing how to use the hardware kit to securely bolt MyCube to various surfaces. The video also mentions the items contained in the hardware pack.
This video describes how to change your personal user code, which also occurs automatically when you change the batteries. Make sure to flip the switch to change the code, and also to flip the switch on when changing the code as a result of installing new batteries.
The MyCube Classic safe (available in Blue, Orange, and Pink) features an internal charging outlet that allows users to charge electronic devices from within the safe. The power outlet has no bearing on the keypad, which is charged by 4-AA batteries.
Scott describes how to set your MyCube code when first getting started with your safe. Out of the box, MyCube safes are programmed for individual user use, so once you set your code, you only need to press “Lock” to lock your safe.
If you don’t want to see your code on the keypad, pressing the “Clear” button first will show dashes on the LED screen as opposed to numbers.