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Kwikset Electronic Keypad Deadbolt w/ Motorized Locking (Satin Nickel) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Kwikset Electronic Keypad Deadbolt w/ Motorized Locking (92640-001, Satin Nickel) on sale for $48.87. Shipping is free.

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  • Keyless entry with a motorized driven deadbolt for 1-touch locking, low battery indication, and easy install
  • For use on exterior doors
  • 6 customizable user codes along with temporary codes
  • Single cylinder electronic deadbolt operates by keypad or key outside and thumb turn inside, fits door thickness of 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. Alarm sounds after 5 consecutive entries and the keypad is deactivated for 45 seconds
  • Includes an adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations

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Amazon has Kwikset 92640-001 Contemporary Electronic Keypad Single Cylinder Deadbolt with 1-Touch Motorized Locking - Satin Nickel (8 x 4 x 6) for $42.10. Shipping is free.

Keyless entry with a motorized driven deadbolt for 1-touch locking, low battery indication, and easy install with just a screwdriver
For use on exterior doors where keyed entry and security is needed.Customizable automatic door locking after 10-99 seconds for peace of mind
6 customizable user codes along with temporary codes that can be used just once, perfect for visitors and service personnel
Single cylinder electronic deadbolt operates by keypad or key outside and thumb turn inside, fits door thickness of 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. Alarm sounds after 5 consecutive entries and the keypad is deactivated for 45 seconds
Includes an adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations

https://www.amazon.com/Kwikset-92...nic+Keypad
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MerryReward6473 asked this question on 10-05-2022 at 02:09 PM
10-05-2022 at 03:23 PM
I would not use these for outdoors as it uses battery. I used a mechanical lock for that purpose myself.


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I have had one almost 3 years. Purchased December 2019. That is used about 6 times per day.

It still has the original alkaline batteries that were installed when new. I tested the batteries about 6 months ago, and where still strong, so haven't replaced them yet.

I have a second one that is 6 months old. Original batteries still have like new charge.
I always avoid screen printed button rubber button. Over time, the number will fade, exposing your code, if you're the kind that never change it. Or they'll discolor, again, exposing the most frequently used buttons.
Maybe it's just this guy's experience but for awareness purposes

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Maybe it's just this guy's experience but for awareness purposes

https://www.amazon.com/vdp/1cfffa...7T3lVSX8Q7
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Lowest I got was $35
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Lowest I got was $35
Back in '20 I guess but periodically $42 almost always since then
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Maybe it's just this guy's experience but for awareness purposes

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Proper way to do auto lock is with a door sensor. But that's above this price point.
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Purchased a Tacklife lock for about the same price but this one is a more reputable company when it comes to door locks. Good price!
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I have 2 of these. One that is 2 1/2 years old, and one that is 6 months old. They work great, and also since Kwikset, easy to rekey the manual key part if needed.

I wouldn't recommend these for an exterior door. By the way it is made, especially the finish, it doesn't look like it would hold up very well exposed to the elements.

But great for interior doors, covered entryways, interior garage entry, etc.
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Wheres the handle?? 😅😂
It's a deadbolt
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Maybe it's just this guy's experience but for awareness purposes

https://www.amazon.com/vdp/1cfffa...7T3lVSX8Q7
Very helpful! Thank you fur posting link. The battery consumption rate is a bummer...
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I have never understood why deadbolts have a squared off end and not a slight taper to help center and pull in against weather stripping.
Also the auto lock feather for this device could easily have had a sensor switch to detect the door jamb presence so it didn't auto lock with the door open.
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I always avoid screen printed button rubber button. Over time, the number will fade, exposing your code, if you're the kind that never change it. Or they'll discolor, again, exposing the most frequently used buttons.
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Very helpful! Thank you fur posting link. The battery consumption rate is a bummer...
I have had one almost 3 years. Purchased December 2019. That is used about 6 times per day.

It still has the original alkaline batteries that were installed when new. I tested the batteries about 6 months ago, and where still strong, so haven't replaced them yet.

I have a second one that is 6 months old. Original batteries still have like new charge.
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I've had mine on the front door (actually 2 different front doors) - its been great and the batteries (for a family of 5) have worked for about 18 months before needing replacement.
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