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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
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#46
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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.
Key or no key. If someone wants to get into your house, they'll find a way into your house. The key is more of a secondary backup for when/if the lock malfunctions and you need to physically unlock it.

Anyways, I have the non-WiFi version and it has been working great. Love not having to carry a key on me when I go for a run.
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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.
Once again, I can make the same argument with wifi instead of key hole; I didn't decide to buy a wifi enabled lock so that's NOT a given either.
To some the keyhole is a feature they WANT as an alternative or a backup in a wifi unlock. Others don't want connected lock at all. You pointed out one vulnerability, the key hole, I pointed out another one, wifi.
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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.
At first I thought, bummer, would be nice to have everything in one package, but the more I thought about it, being able to change out the batteries quickly, and having the bridge connected to an electrical outlet means overall power consumption on the lock itself would be lower. So both got its pros and cons, but I am leaning towards my setup with the bridge more.

Also, love the lock. Way better than 2nd gen August that I had before.

A lot of the "issues" that people have commented in here really aren't at all. Scramble mode takes care of prints on the touch pad. Not to mention since everyone can have their own, you could have smudges all over anyway. As for the key lock, most people wouldn't even know to slide the circular cover over to reveal key. So the average thief that's capable of lock picking probably would have to be determined enough to even try to figure this out.

Performance is great, and the application works/connects very quickly as well. Personally, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone.
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Fingerprints on the glass will show everyone what your code is
Thats why eufy allows you enter code before and after your actual code
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That's Pain in the butt, good luck getting everyone to remember doing that
I have the older version of this lock for a while and never had problems with that. I use the fingerprint 100% of the time anyways.. That's the main feature of this lock
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I would think that this type of lock is for convenience and not necessarily for improved security. If someone is into your wifi or Bluetooth then you've got big problems overall.

I see some added advantages:

- Many vehicles don't require keys in hand to lock their doors, so it's just one less annoyance of having to hunt for keys through a bag or purse to open the front door.

- Dark entries where it's hard to find the keyhole

- Rentals or airbnb can change codes as often as needed.

- No need for a key vault outside

- Kids who forget or lose their keys can be let in and the code changed. No need to rekey as long as the physical key wasn't lost.

It wasn't long ago when I was researching door locks to see which was the superior brand and bump proof. Times have changed.

Granted it's pricey for a door lock, but it comes down to whether you feel that the features outweigh the perceived risk.
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I've had this installed for about a week now. I love it. Previously had a Yale which was fine but I upgraded due to integration with my existing Eufy stuff, fingerprint, and Wi-Fi unlocking.
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At first I thought, bummer, would be nice to have everything in one package, but the more I thought about it, being able to change out the batteries quickly, and having the bridge connected to an electrical outlet means overall power consumption on the lock itself would be lower. So both got its pros and cons, but I am leaning towards my setup with the bridge more.

Also, love the lock. Way better than 2nd gen August that I had before.

A lot of the "issues" that people have commented in here really aren't at all. Scramble mode takes care of prints on the touch pad. Not to mention since everyone can have their own, you could have smudges all over anyway. As for the key lock, most people wouldn't even know to slide the circular cover over to reveal key. So the average thief that's capable of lock picking probably would have to be determined enough to even try to figure this out.

Performance is great, and the application works/connects very quickly as well. Personally, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone.
So, is it right in saying that the product here and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08HYTGFLR are the exact same in functionality? Just this one has in built wifi, rather than the external bridge?
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So, is it right in saying that the product here and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08HYTGFLR are the exact same in functionality? Just this one has in built wifi, rather than the external bridge?
I own both. Another difference is one uses a rechargeable battery (Wi-Fi built-in model) while the bridged one uses 4 AA batteries. The motor torque on the one with the built-in Wi-Fi definitely seems stronger than the bridged version, this is just my opinion though.
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I bought this a few weeks back at full price (thinking it wouldn't go on sale because it was just released lol). I'm in the camp of if a thief really wanted to get into my house, then a deadbolt isn't going to be stopping them. This appears to be one of the only ones on the market that has fingerprint/wifi/bluetooth/physical key access, so the convenience was a huge selling point for me and I don't regret buying at full price at all. I don't touch my keys at all after leaving the house. Would definitely recommend if you can afford it!

Edit - I also don't use auto-lock so I can't comment on that
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Can be installed on iron doors?
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So why do I need the physical key to begin with?
My guess is for commercial environments, like office doors. I work on a university campus, where police, fire, facilities, and cleaning staff all have master keys. Now, this lock would not be allowed there, but in a smaller office environment, you don't want to rely on having someone's fingerprint or code. Because this lock tracks who opens it and (theoretically) auto-locks, you can have an easy biometric lock without card keys or other things people can use.
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Dont buy it folks since this is very buggy (speaking from experience since I owned 2). 1st auto lock aint working as indicated. I set mines to eitger 1 or 30 seconds but took 3 minutes before the default kicked in. The 2nd issue is the critical one since it couldn't reconnect itself to the same wifi after the internet dropped and went back online. We have to be PHYSICALLY next to the lock to fix this issue ourselves. Even though I don't have this issue witg other smart devices but their technical support thinks it might be related to my router lol
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I got the schlage encode at $225, has wifi capabilities and autolock feature, no complaints
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