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eufy Security Smart Lock, 4 ways to unlock with App Control, Keyless Entry Door Lock $105.99 and More

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eufyHome via Amazon [amazon.com] has eufy Security Smart Lock Touch, Fingerprint Keyless Entry Door Lock for $129.99. Shipping is Free.
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eufyHome via Amazon [amazon.com] has eufy Security Smart Lock with Wi-Fi Bridge, Keyless Entry Door Lock with Wi-Fi for $105.99 when you apply Coupon=$30 in your Cart. Shipping is Free.
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Coupon=$30 don't work on this deal
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Average deal. I paid less than that for mine with the finger print reader. I will wait to see if the price drops lower at Black Friday as I need another.
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Average deal. I paid less than that for mine with the finger print reader. I will wait to see if the price drops lower at Black Friday as I need another.
How long does the battery last?
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How long does the battery last?
I was getting a couple months at first and then less with each recharge. When it got to be monthly I did a hardwire job to it.
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How is "eufy Security Smart Lock with Wi-Fi Bridge" comparing to " eufy Security Smart Lock Touch" (not the wifi version)?

If not considering wifi, is the fingerprint the only difference? How are the other aspects?
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I was getting a couple months at first and then less with each recharge. When it got to be monthly I did a hardwire job to it.
I was expecting a minimum of 3 months .
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God damn, I bought the smart lock touch with built in wifi for $220 in March 2021, definitely wouldn't mind saving $100+ to have a bridge plugged in. Use it everyday, only charged 2 times besides when I first installed it, so about 3 months per full charge is about right
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Quote from suifengls :
How is "eufy Security Smart Lock with Wi-Fi Bridge" comparing to " eufy Security Smart Lock Touch" (not the wifi version)?

If not considering wifi, is the fingerprint the only difference? How are the other aspects?
I have the same question. Does the wifi one not use fingerprints?
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so, legit question. First, I do have a digital lock on my front door (not a smart one though), but for this one, let's say you got into a car crash and you and your phone were trapped in the car and it caught fire and although you were pulled out you still suffered significant burns to your finger tips. Your phone, however, was melted into a glob of unrecognizable plastic. Also, when you're taken home from the hospital, your power is out from the storm that occurred earlier that evening; which is why you got into a wreck to begin with due to the fact you forgot to Rain-x your windshield and were having trouble seeing out of your windshield. Everything was a blur and your wipers were torn and were smearing the water and mud more than cleaning it causing you to jump the curb after you panicked as your accelerator became stuck in the 'full throttle' position thanks to a cheap imitation chinese chip the manufacturer thought they'd get away with using due to the shortage.

How would you be able to get into your home without breaking in?
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so, legit question. First, I do have a digital lock on my front door (not a smart one though), but for this one, let's say you got into a car crash and you and your phone were trapped in the car and it caught fire and although you were pulled out you still suffered significant burns to your finger tips. Your phone, however, was melted into a glob of unrecognizable plastic. Also, when you're taken home from the hospital, your power is out from the storm that occurred earlier that evening; which is why you got into a wreck to begin with due to the fact you forgot to Rain-x your windshield and were having trouble seeing out of your windshield. Everything was a blur and your wipers were torn and were smearing the water and mud more than cleaning it causing you to jump the curb after you panicked as your accelerator became stuck in the 'full throttle' position thanks to a cheap imitation chinese chip the manufacturer thought they'd get away with using due to the shortage.

How would you be able to get into your home without breaking in?
What make and model car was it?
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Have the non Wi-Fi version of this. Enjoying it without having to recharge since installing it in late July.
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Quote from LightningDemon :
so, legit question. First, I do have a digital lock on my front door (not a smart one though), but for this one, let's say you got into a car crash and you and your phone were trapped in the car and it caught fire and although you were pulled out you still suffered significant burns to your finger tips. Your phone, however, was melted into a glob of unrecognizable plastic. Also, when you're taken home from the hospital, your power is out from the storm that occurred earlier that evening; which is why you got into a wreck to begin with due to the fact you forgot to Rain-x your windshield and were having trouble seeing out of your windshield. Everything was a blur and your wipers were torn and were smearing the water and mud more than cleaning it causing you to jump the curb after you panicked as your accelerator became stuck in the 'full throttle' position thanks to a cheap imitation chinese chip the manufacturer thought they'd get away with using due to the shortage.

How would you be able to get into your home without breaking in?
Probably the same way you would if you lost your key
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Quote from LightningDemon :
so, legit question. First, I do have a digital lock on my front door (not a smart one though), but for this one, let's say you got into a car crash and you and your phone were trapped in the car and it caught fire and although you were pulled out you still suffered significant burns to your finger tips. Your phone, however, was melted into a glob of unrecognizable plastic. Also, when you're taken home from the hospital, your power is out from the storm that occurred earlier that evening; which is why you got into a wreck to begin with due to the fact you forgot to Rain-x your windshield and were having trouble seeing out of your windshield. Everything was a blur and your wipers were torn and were smearing the water and mud more than cleaning it causing you to jump the curb after you panicked as your accelerator became stuck in the 'full throttle' position thanks to a cheap imitation chinese chip the manufacturer thought they'd get away with using due to the shortage.

How would you be able to get into your home without breaking in?
The one for $129.99 has a key slot for a normal key hidden behind the large gray circle.
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Also it takes passcode....so you need to make the story more dramatic so there won't be anything you can do to enter the house without using dynamite....
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