I have this and it works well, especially useful when you start the car and realize u need to run in... don't have to remove the keys and restart the car. I rekeyed 12 locks in and around my house with a schlage retail re-key kit which costs $110ish, but at $9 a pop at ace hardware to re-key it paid for itself, and came with enough pins to re-key hundreds of locks. I could probably re-sell it on ebay for what I paid for it right now. I actually re-keyed my locks to be the same at all my locations so I have one key that works everywhere.
FWIW I purchased a front entry handle/keypad combo which brought the cost of this effectively down to ~$40. I also disabled the lock on the door this is on so that I can't possibly get locked out.
I am confused as to what this does...If it doesn't move the dead bolt, I still need a key to open the door. What is the point then?
Once you enter your code using the buttons, you can use the "knob" on the outside of the door to open the lock.
Or, you can open the lock by using your key without entering the code.
I have the same with lever handle on my front door, and never have anything except Schlage; they make fine locks.
I have had this lock for about a year. It is good quality and works fine. I used to have a fingerprint door lock, but it was unreliable (by a different manufacturer). I read some bad reviews on the qwikset one before.
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