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Kwikset Powerbolt2 Electronic Deadbolt w/ SmartKey & Cove Passage Knob EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Kwikset Smart Door Locks on sale as listed below. Shipping is free.

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  • Kwikset Powerbolt2 Single Cylinder Electronic Deadbolt w/ SmartKey Security & Cove Passage Knob
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  • One-touch locking motorized deadbolt.
  • With your personalized code, you can enter your home with the convenience of keyless entry.
  • Easy to install, program and use and operates on 4 AA batteries.
  • Features SmartKey Security as the back-up keyway.
  • This single cylinder deadbolt can be locked or unlocked by using the keypad or key from the outside as well as the turn button from the inside.
  • Includes a Lifetime Mechanical & Finish Warranty.
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Not a super slick deal but I needed a smart lock with Smart Key feature otherwise I would have purchased the Lowes Kwikset. This deal includes a passage knob ($15.97 value), that makes it slick.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kwiks.../311205969
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kwiks.../311210185

Amazon has Kwikset 99090-018 Signature Series Deadbolt, Pack of 1, Satin Nickel for $56.54 if you prefer that look. Thanks Pandamania!
https://www.amazon.com/Kwikset-Sm...B00NT1OX5K
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Your door should have a hole above the knob/lever where your deadbolt currently is. You remove the deadbolt and install this in its place.
The Smartkey feature allows you to rekey the lock to the key you are already using. Saves you from carrying another key around.

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Thank you, OP!

I will be returning mine to Amazon. Your Black Friday Savings deal includes the passage knob.
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Thank you, OP!

I will be returning mine to Amazon. Your Black Friday Savings deal includes the passage knob.
Thanks! Will add to the post.
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Thanks! Will add to the post.
The savings on the Cove Passage Knob is $15.97.
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Noob question here when it comes to these types of locks and knobs. Do I need to cut another hole to accomodate the keypad and the space above the knob (from the inside of the door)? I can't determine if I do or not given the pictures on the site.
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Noob question here when it comes to these types of locks and knobs. Do I need to cut another hole to accomodate the keypad and the space above the knob (from the inside of the door)? I can't determine if I do or not given the pictures on the site.
Your door should have a hole above the knob/lever where your deadbolt currently is. You remove the deadbolt and install this in its place.
The Smartkey feature allows you to rekey the lock to the key you are already using. Saves you from carrying another key around.
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Your door should have a hole above the knob/lever where your deadbolt currently is. You remove the deadbolt and install this in its place.
The Smartkey feature allows you to rekey the lock to the key you are already using. Saves you from carrying another key around.
got it. Thanks. happy to hear I don't need to do any additional cutting or drilling from what's already there. ordered 1!
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Anyone have any experience with how long the batteries last in one of these. Of course it depends on how many time it's used but just a general idea.
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Anyone have any experience with how long the batteries last in one of these. Of course it depends on how many time it's used but just a general idea.
It does depend on usage. I have heard many say within a few months but my first one lasted about a year with moderate usage.
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I don't have a deadbolt on my garage access door. So, I guess I need to drill a circular hole with a hole saw. Is that hard to do it myself? I am somewhat handy, and have mounted several flat screen TVs on the wall and such. Please advice if I need to hire someone to make a hole for the deadbolt? If so, that kills this deal for me personally.
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Anyone have any experience with how long the batteries last in one of these. Of course it depends on how many time it's used but just a general idea.
I use rechargeable enloop batteries and they last at least 3 months for me. I use this lock in the door leading to the garage.
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I don't have a deadbolt on my garage access door. So, I guess I need to drill a circular hole with a hole saw. Is that hard to do it myself? I am somewhat handy, and have mounted several flat screen TVs on the wall and such. Please advice if I need to hire someone to make a hole for the deadbolt? If so, that kills this deal for me personally.
I would hire somebody to do it. Measurements for the cut in the door and door frame would have to be pretty good otherwise you ruin a good door.
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I don't have a deadbolt on my garage access door. So, I guess I need to drill a circular hole with a hole saw. Is that hard to do it myself? I am somewhat handy, and have mounted several flat screen TVs on the wall and such. Please advice if I need to hire someone to make a hole for the deadbolt? If so, that kills this deal for me personally.
It is not that bad to do but you'll want to buy a template to make sure you drill it in the right place. Depending on what tools you have it is not that bad but you have to drill the main hole, the cross hole from the door edge to the handle and rout or chisel out the recess for the cover plate. You also have to drill the receiver hole for the deadbolt in the door frame. Template kit will probably run around $20-25.
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I don't have a deadbolt on my garage access door. So, I guess I need to drill a circular hole with a hole saw. Is that hard to do it myself? I am somewhat handy, and have mounted several flat screen TVs on the wall and such. Please advice if I need to hire someone to make a hole for the deadbolt? If so, that kills this deal for me personally.
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It is not that bad to do but you'll want to buy a template to make sure you drill it in the right place. Depending on what tools you have it is not that bad but you have to drill the main hole, the cross hole from the door edge to the handle and rout or chisel out the recess for the cover plate. You also have to drill the receiver hole for the deadbolt in the door frame. Template kit will probably run around $20-25.


It's actually pretty easy if you have just average handy skills. You'll need the proper size hole saw (most likely 2-1/8 inch) for the deadbolt and a 1 inch bit (spade bit will be fine) for the Strike hole. Most deadbolts come with a paper template and instructions.
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