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

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Best Buy via eBay has eufy Security Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi Keyless Entry Bluetooth Electronic Deadbolt w/ Touchscreen Keypad (T8520J11) for $219.99 (must add to cart to see price). Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • 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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Eufy - Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi $219.99 Price Drop
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Eufy - Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi $219.99
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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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Fingerprint seems like a great convenience. My issue is our hardware throughout the house is brass and I see a this lock looking out of place with brass handle and hinges.
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Not a good price. March 27, 2021 was $186.99.
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Not a good price. March 27, 2021 was $186.99.
You are comparing two different products. The one that was for $186.99 comes with a wi-fi bridge. This one has built-in wi-fi.
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Anyone from the Midwest have one? How is winter performance?
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No HomeKit support FYI
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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
Then why the hell are you here? It's like some people just want to complain.
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I bought this model last month for the same price and I've been waiting ever since to buy a second one.

If you can install a regular deadbolt in your house, then you can install this one. It's super easy.

Packaging is on point! Everything feels high quality. It sets right up on my network and hasn't had any issues in the first month of use.

We don't use the auto lock feature because we go in and out of our doors 100 times per day. But, the ability to check if the door is locked when you're out of the house is worth the price alone. And the ability to unlock the doors for friends/neighbors to drop stuff off is so futuristic! Also, I've set up multiple fingerprints for multiple people in the family so nobody will ever get locked out.

We seldom use the number pad, but it's a nice feature if your fingers are wet and the fingerprint reader can't get a good read.

I get the point about the key being unnecessary, but it's probably an added comfort for some people. They are sitting in a drawer inside our house, so I doubt we'll ever use them.

We have Eufy cameras around the house, so it's seamlessly integrated. And it all works with our Google Home system, so it's a no-brainer for us.

Overall, I'm very happy with it and would definitely recommend to anybody looking for a smart lock.
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Whenever WiFi is out, you still can unlock it via Bluetooth or fingerprint.
If the battery is out, they give you the temporary port to connect an external battery to power it up.
I'm NOT here to argue how every hacker can hack into your WiFi. I'm ONLY saying key is adding security flaw without adding much benefit.
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Got this same price from Bestbuy last month. We have this and the no-wifi version as well. The motor in this new model much much stronger than the one using 4 AA battery. We dont use wifi feature that much but glad to get this because of the rechargeable battery and new motor. We use fingerprint 99% of time and it works great so far. If you have kids, this is it. You will not go back to the traditional one again.
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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.
I agree with your point, you can get Yale lock from Costco for 220, no physical key and it's very reliable. I have it for few months and no complaints so far
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You totally miss the point I'm making. Please re-read the last two sentences of my original post.

To answer your comment: If you already decided to buy a smart lock with WiFi, you must have accepted the internet security flaw, so that's a given. Now, why would you want to add more security flaw to it by keeping the key hole that can be physically easily picked?
By that logic I can say the same thing but about wifi. If you already decided to buy a lock with physical key hole, you must have accepted THAT security flaw, so that's a given. Now, why would you want to add more security flaw to it by keeping the wifi that can be picked wirelessly?

My problem with this smart lock is the wifi, it's confirmed that a you can unlock it via the wifi, that also means a thief/"hacker" can too. So why do I need wifi to begin with? That's just adding more security flaw to it.
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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.
Bro if you think locks can really stop someone from entering ....that is my problem...yes can delay it but can't stop
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My problem with Anker locks is getting duplicate keys made is pretty much impossible - probably why they include so many.
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By that logic I can say the same thing but about wifi. If you already decided to buy a lock with physical key hole, you must have accepted THAT security flaw, so that's a given. Now, why would you want to add more security flaw to it by keeping the wifi that can be picked wirelessly?

My problem with this smart lock is the wifi, it's confirmed that a you can unlock it via the wifi, that also means a thief/"hacker" can too. So why do I need wifi to begin with? That's just adding more security flaw to it.
You must not have any reading and understanding ability. Talking about logic you were trying to mimic, I didn't decide to buy a lock with a physical key (never said that, and never made that point), so that's NOT a given. So what's your point now? What's your logic? You sounds like a kid to copy and replace words commenting on others that has nothing to do with what others are saying . If you like to comment, initiate a comment of your own and make your own point. It just funny ppl like you to comment on others when they don't read and understand on what others are trying to say first.
You have the right to comment eventually, say whatever you want to say, I'm done replying to you, period.
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Bro if you think locks can really stop someone from entering ....that is my problem...yes can delay it but can't stop
I understand, I actually never think the lock is the stopper of a thief, where there is a will, there is a way.
I'm more thinking this lock already have 3-4 means of unlocking the door, why bother to waste the material to add one extra physical key, let alone the security risk. Eventually it's the consumer pays for it. If someone likes to carry the key, good for them. I bet many ppl simply leave their key at home, so the key in this case does no good if you get locked out.
or some ppl hide somewhere outside (this is getting too old, isn't it).
I at least would like to see an option without the key. One less unnecessary feature, one less thing to fail. That's it.
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