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Kwikset Single Cylinder Electronic Deadbolt w/ Keypad EXPIRED

annalerman 203 792 December 31, 2015 at 03:40 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 01-02-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:35 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has Kwikset Single Cylinder Electronic Deadbolt w/ Keypad (264CNT 15 SCAL SCS) for $34. Store pickup is free if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45 or more. Thanks angielevi
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Edited December 31, 2015 at 03:20 PM by cricket702
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Kwikse.../205474027


Sale Price - $34. Free In store Pickup or Free Shipping on $45+. Regular Price - $69

New low price! Was $39 before.

SmartCode Satin Nickel Single-Cylinder Motorized Electronic Entry Door Deadbolt with Keypad
• 6 customizable access codes strengthen your home's security and provide keyless entry to guests and family members
• Satin nickel finish deadbolt with a lighted keypad from the SmartCode collection adds style and security to your entryway
• AA battery required
• Fits standard doors (1-3/8-in to 1-3/4-in) and features an adjustable latch
• Motorized driven deadbolt provides 1-touch locking for peace of mind
• Low battery indication alerts you when power diminishes
• Temporary 1-time codes allow you to grant access to a neighbor or service person when you're not home
• Limited lifetime mechanical/finish warranty and 1-year electronics warranty
• Operates by keypad or key outside and thumbturn inside
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That feature makes it incredibly easy to bypass these Kwiksets with a $15 force tool you can buy on ebay. My house was broken into easily, and there were no signs of forced entry, since they used the tool that can open the "smart key" locks. I'd personally suggest staying away from those locks.
Exactly. The goal of the common house lock (Anything that's a sane amount of money) is to keep opportunists out. If someone cares enough to try to pick your lock, they care enough to break into your house one way or another
I'm thinking this would be a reasonable lock for inside-the-garage door. It adds some convenience but doesn't take away much security (if someone is already inside your garage, they can usually close the garage door & take their time with the lock, I think)

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Returning my defiant now thanks
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Coming up 39.88 for me in San Antonio. Is this a regional sale?

OK once it's scanned it comes up 34.00. Thx OP.
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Last edited by woodpaq December 31, 2015 at 07:31 AM.
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If only it had the feature where u can retrain the physical key.
I live in two family house and have the keyed lock where I can change the access keys myself.
Don't know why the don't have this feature on the keyless entry.
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So many bad reviews from Lowes.com. I pass.
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Quote from LaserBangtail1964 View Post :
If only it had the feature where u can retrain the physical key.
I live in two family house and have the keyed lock where I can change the access keys myself.
Don't know why the don't have this feature on the keyless entry.
That feature makes it incredibly easy to bypass these Kwiksets with a $15 force tool you can buy on ebay. My house was broken into easily, and there were no signs of forced entry, since they used the tool that can open the "smart key" locks. I'd personally suggest staying away from those locks.
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Last edited by nurseturkleton January 2, 2016 at 10:40 PM.
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wouldn't a numeral lock be kinda easy to hack? plus I'd imagine anything electronic dies and/or gets hacked somehow?
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So many bad reviews from Lowes.com. I pass.
I was in store and nearly bought this. Took a quick look at reviews online and decided to go with a regular lock.
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I'm thinking this would be a reasonable lock for inside-the-garage door. It adds some convenience but doesn't take away much security (if someone is already inside your garage, they can usually close the garage door & take their time with the lock, I think)
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That feature makes it incredibly easy to bypass these Kwiksets with a $15 tool you can buy on ebay. My house was broken into easily, and there were no signs of forced entry, since they used the tool that can open the "smart key" locks. I'd personally suggest staying away from those locks.
Eek. We have a more expensive Schlage lock on our front door. Can those be hacked also?
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If some one is determined enough this or any lock will keep them out. Much quicker to break a glass and get in. But really how many crack heads know how to "pick this or any lock"
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Eek. We have a more expensive Schlage lock on our front door. Can those be hacked also?
The Schlage brand is the one I was told is the best, so you should be good.
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The Schlage brand is the one I was told is the best, so you should be good.
lol oh you're safe! You have the schlage
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If some one is determined enough this or any lock will keep them out. Much quicker to break a glass and get in. But really how many crack heads know how to "pick this or any lock"
Exactly. The goal of the common house lock (Anything that's a sane amount of money) is to keep opportunists out. If someone cares enough to try to pick your lock, they care enough to break into your house one way or another
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