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eufy Security Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi Electronic Deadbolt w/ Touchscreen Keypad EXPIRED

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  • Smart Lock fingerprint door lock recognizes your fingerprint in just 0.3 seconds and unlocks your door in 1 second.
  • Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to control Smart Lock from anywhere via the eufy Security app.
  • A built-in sensor detects when your door is closed and locks it automatically behind you.
  • Open Smart Lock using your fingerprint, with your phone via the eufy Security app, or by using the keypad or key.
  • Sturdy zinc alloy and stainless steel frame
  • IP65 rating
  • 1-Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
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Last Edited by StrawMan86 April 7, 2021 at 12:20 AM
also $219.99 at Best Buy via eBay [ebay.com] (thanks littlemango)
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I have this and a Schlage encode. Both are self installed as they use standard deadbolt holes. They have both been 100% reliable over the last 2 years. I prefer the Schlage encode because the app user interface is better
Schlage drains battery fast and is unreliable with Samsung smart things

Kwikset is the best.
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Is this self installable, and a reliable product. I am new to smart locks but really would love feedback from someone who has used this one
I have it, honestly best bit of kit I've ever installed. Took about 25mins total and very simple instructions. You won't regret this
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Yes, I get that.
But my ONLY point is key hole is adding security flaw to the smart key without adding much feature/benefit. If I have to fill the key hole myself, then I don't need it to begin with.
Maybe it's building code in the majority of states and they have too?
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Fingerprints on the glass will show everyone what your code is
There is a feature you can activate that allows you to enter your 4-8 digit code after entering random numbers. I think you have 25 digits total to enter your code. So you could theoretically type 21 random numbers and then your 4-digit code, or up to 17 random and then your 8-digit code.

It also allows you to hide your code in the middle of random numbers - 4 random, your 4, 4 random.
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Maybe it's building code in the majority of states and they have too?
In my opinion, the only reason why ppl want to buy the smart lock with a key hole is for condo/apartment where they only have one means of entrance. If the smart lock ever experience a physical stuck, they can have the key to unlock it without needing to smash the door. That's where a building code might apply.
For most residential house, I don't think building code will restrict you from installing a keyless lock. MOST house has at least two ways of entrance. If one door lock is stuck, the CHANCE of the other one stuck is very low. So key hole is not necessary in this case in my opinion. That's why I don't want a smart lock with key hole, but if I live in a condo, I probably will want a key just in case.
I wish they at least offer the option without key.
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We have two of these without wifi, Bluetooth only, (self installed) and we love them.

The fingerprint scanner works well and supports many fingerprints if you want. We use the keypad for family that need access to the house, and it's nice to have a physical key backup just in case.

As mentioned by others, the autolock function is only ~90% there for us. One of our locks will always lock itself, the other isn't as keen on it.

Battery life is over a year with the included batteries, thus far.
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My problem with this smart lock is the physical key, it's confirmed that a lock smith can unlock it via the physical key hole, that also means a thief can too. So why do I need the physical key to begin with? That's just adding more security flaw to it.
What would stop you from plugging the keyhole with some epoxy? Problem solved!

Also, if you know the home doesn't have plywood or OSB around the entire perimeter, you could pop off a few pieces of siding, and kick through the foam insulation and drywall.
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What a pain in the butt to have to go through this. Easier to just not get a touch screen lock
Good to see another long-time member comment.

It's not for everybody. I have two of them because they each solved different problems/annoyances for me.

The fingerprint works great. The keypad is a backup/method but I haven't had to use it for myself as I use the fingerprint.

Contractors, cleaners, dog walkers, or other family can be given their own individual code with optional time limits - 2pm to 4pm.

The key, which will explode the other commenter's mind, is next backup/method.

I'm leaving a few more options... like opening via the app, etc.

It helps me so I bought it, and then bought another one after using it for a while.
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We have two of these without wifi, Bluetooth only, (self installed) and we love them.

The fingerprint scanner works well and supports many fingerprints if you want. We use the keypad for family that need access to the house, and it's nice to have a physical key backup just in case.

As mentioned by others, the autolock function is only ~90% there for us. One of our locks will always lock itself, the other isn't as keen on it.

Battery life is over a year with the included batteries, thus far.
Any lock can auto lock with Samsung smart things and with smarter conditions
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What would it touch pad like
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same price at amazon.
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