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Ultraloq Smart Locks Deadbolt w/ Bluetooth & Keypad (Nickel or Black) EXPIRED

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Great deal! I have this lock for over an year and works great. Opens in an instant with fingerprint unlike my previous august lock where I had to wait until the Bluetooth connection is established.
It's interesting how LPL literally reviewed this lock few days ago, and now it's on sale.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Os1oyIfhM-o
I haven't had such luck. I have both the key pad version and the fingerprint with keypad. I found the finger print to be very unreliable. both my wife and have to scan multiple times. in many cases it takes 4-5 fingerprint tries to get it to unlock. I found myself using the keypad rather then the fingerprint scanner as it ends up taking longer with so many misreads.

I've re-registered my fingers many times, tried different fingers, always the same very inconstant results for both my wife and I. We do have the z-wave version which I doubt has a different scanner in it.

I do like the overall look and functionality of the base keypad lock and would buy it again. I'd avoid the extra expense of the fingerprint reader as it's just too low quality. We have the z-wave (not part of this sale).

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11-29-2022 at 07:56 AM.
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How's the battery life? Reviews claim battery runs out monthly. And it only takes alkaline battery. Rechargeable doesn't work.
I've only had to change the batteries maybe 2 or 3 times since I've had it. And of those 2-3 times, 1 or 2 of those times came from when I was trying to figure out why the lock stopped working (as mentioned in my previous comment). I currently have IKEA rechargeable batteries in my unit for the past 6+ months without having any issues and daily use from the whole family going in and out of the house.
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11-29-2022 at 07:58 AM.
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I've never really had issues with the fingerprint scanner unless it's been a windy/dusty day and the scanner is dirty. I just wipe first and then try my fingerprint and it works flawlessly 99% of the time.

Best smart lock I've found by far

That's great, I wish mine worked like that. It's inside an enclosed porch so very little exposure. Maybe mine just has a poor sensor.
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11-29-2022 at 07:59 AM.
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How's the battery life? Reviews claim battery runs out monthly. And it only takes alkaline battery. Rechargeable doesn't work.

Great, I've had mine since July and have not replaced the battery yet. Go in and out that door a couple times a day, it's set to auto lock after 5 minutes.
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11-29-2022 at 08:17 AM.
This site has the newer version of little extra at $145

https://www.wellbots.com/products...k6_11nojx&

has the Updated version of this lock (inbuilt WIFI, No WIFI adapter required)
Which one is better ?
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11-29-2022 at 08:43 AM.
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I haven't had such luck. I have both the key pad version and the fingerprint with keypad. I found the finger print to be very unreliable. both my wife and have to scan multiple times. in many cases it takes 4-5 fingerprint tries to get it to unlock. I found myself using the keypad rather then the fingerprint scanner as it ends up taking longer with so many misreads.

I've re-registered my fingers many times, tried different fingers, always the same very inconstant results for both my wife and I. We do have the z-wave version which I doubt has a different scanner in it.

I do like the overall look and functionality of the base keypad lock and would buy it again. I'd avoid the extra expense of the fingerprint reader as it's just too low quality. We have the z-wave (not part of this sale).
idk the z-wave version might have a different scanner, I have the wifi+bridge model and the scanner works perfectly fine.
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11-29-2022 at 08:52 AM.
Quote from WherryAt :
I haven't had such luck. I have both the key pad version and the fingerprint with keypad. I found the finger print to be very unreliable. both my wife and have to scan multiple times. in many cases it takes 4-5 fingerprint tries to get it to unlock. I found myself using the keypad rather then the fingerprint scanner as it ends up taking longer with so many misreads.

I've re-registered my fingers many times, tried different fingers, always the same very inconstant results for both my wife and I. We do have the z-wave version which I doubt has a different scanner in it.

I do like the overall look and functionality of the base keypad lock and would buy it again. I'd avoid the extra expense of the fingerprint reader as it's just too low quality. We have the z-wave (not part of this sale).
I have the same lock as well and can confirm this. The fingerprint functionality is really finicky and not reliable. I don't know if it's subject to the outside temps or what but there are times where it simply does not work for me and then the reader just freezes after attempting once (and failing). Over 50% of the time I have to resort to entering the code in. It's annoying but the lock itself is pretty cool and the keypad is quite reliable. I also like the fact that you can access the standard key hole if you happen to have a key on you. The other feature that's neat is the ability to power the unit externally (with powerbank) in the rare case that the batteries have failed and you don't have a key. If I had to do it over, I'd just get the non-fingerprint version. What I do like is that the fingerprint version covers up the key-hole... not that it's a big deal but I think it looks nicer.

I bought the standard keylock/code one off Amazon for my in-laws but haven't gotten around to installing it yet. Their place has an outside security screen door which takes larger diameter locks so I doubt this would work there... they typically lock that outside security screen door as well, so even if we installed this on their regular entry door, it would somewhat defeat the purpose of having a lock that can be remotely unlocked; I'm still trying to figure out a solution but we would probably need to install a remote lock on the security screen door, if such a lock exists. Anyway, the whole point was to be able to easily unlock their door (and remotely if necessary) in case there is an emergency with them - e.g. one of them is out of the house and the other slips and falls and can't get to do the door... yes, you can create copies of keys and such but sometimes there are circumstances where even those with the keys can't get there in time - remotely unlocking (or at least having a code) for paramedics, firefighters, neighbors, etc could be invaluable
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11-29-2022 at 09:04 AM.
Why do so few smart locks come in an oil rubbed bronze finish? It's a pretty popular choice for door hardware, lighting fixtures, etc.
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11-29-2022 at 09:34 AM.
I have this Wyze lock and its been working great: https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-Wireless-Hands-Free-Compatible-Deadbolts/dp/B08FSBXT99/ref=pd_ybh_a... [amazon.com]

Standalone without keypad is still on sale for $87: https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...7J5V4&th=1
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