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Kwikset 916 Deadbolt with Zwave in Satin Nickel only @ AWD $93 - $105

dude123 715 292 October 6, 2016 at 10:55 PM in Tech & Electronics (2) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by wuzzy October 7, 2016 at 08:47 AM
AWD has returned/used Kwikset 916 in Satin Nickel for $92.74 to $104.71. Deals []

Kwikset SmartCode 916 Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt with Z-Wave Wireless Remote Home Automation Compatibility and SmartKey Re-key Technology, in Satin Nickel
Acceptable - $92.74
Good - $98.73
Very Good - $104.71

I am able to find one very good without any cosmetic imperfection.
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Good deal but very insecure lock. You can bump it open really easily due to the Rekey system
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Quote from pbatt4801 View Post :
Good deal but very insecure lock. You can bump it open really easily due to the Rekey system
Oh man, that's disturbing, I thought Kwiket lists their re-keyable looks as "bump proof".
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I took a law enforcement-oriented lockpicking class and the instructor said, "Kwikset, quick pick." The Kwikset example locks were generally easier to pick conventionally, although both Kwikset and Schlage were equally easy to bump open.
That said, I still really like the smartkey system and continue to buy Kwiksets as no lock will stop a determined criminal from getting in your place, and most will opt to just force open or break a window for entry instead.
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