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Promoted 07-11-2016 by Discombobulated at 07:02 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has select Schlage Lock Camelot Deadbolt Keypad (various colors) on sale for $69. Shipping is free. Thanks SaltyOne

Note, offer valid only for July 11, 2016 or while supplies last.

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Pre-programmed with 2 access codes for immediate use; back-lit keypad. Installs in minutes (no wiring needed) and guaranteed to fit on standard doors. Backed up by a 3-year limited warranty. - Discombobulated

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Edited July 11, 2016 at 06:29 AM by jersharocks
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A lot harder than breaking a window

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Good price. I was about to post this too.
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I'm interested in getting 1 or two of these for the garage/back door. Is it possible to get them Keyed to match what i put on the front door as well as what i put as the "bottom" handle? Do i have to buy Schlage brand to do so? Will Lowes do it for me?
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Quote from cormudgen View Post :
I'm interested in getting 1 or two of these for the garage/back door. Is it possible to get them Keyed to match what i put on the front door as well as what i put as the "bottom" handle? Do i have to buy Schlage brand to do so? Will Lowes do it for me?
Will there be any problem if it is installed on main entrance door too?

Is this better than Kwickset?
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Quote from cormudgen View Post :
I'm interested in getting 1 or two of these for the garage/back door. Is it possible to get them Keyed to match what i put on the front door as well as what i put as the "bottom" handle? Do i have to buy Schlage brand to do so? Will Lowes do it for me?
Yes you can get it rekeyed with rekey kits (Prime Line E2402 kit and Schlage 40-134). I actually got 2 of this exact model and rekeyed one last weekend with Schlage rekey kit using videos online. The lock on this particular deadbolt would "sink in" and felt a little awkward for me so I ended up rekeying back to stock and returning it.

Also, I rekeyed lots more different locks by Schlage last weekend. First one is always the longest, and much quicker after. Tip: before pushing the follower bar through cylinder, turn the lock a quarter turn (after inserting key) and push lock out firmly until lock is out completely. Do not back the follower bar up or springs will fly everywhere. If you do get springs flying though, there is a video on YouTube to fix it too and makes it much easier.
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how easy is it to hack the code? What I like is the manual turn so the battery can last awhile
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I know many Home Depot will rekey these. Not sure about Lowes. I recently purchased the Schlage Connect electronic keypad locks and some places that I asked said that they can re-key locks but only if I bought the locks at their store. But several Home Depot's said they will re-key any lock and the one I brought mine to they did it free of charge.
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how easy is it to hack the code? What I like is the manual turn so the battery can last awhile
A lot harder than breaking a window
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Are these the ones you can hook up to a smart hub?
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Are these the ones you can hook up to a smart hub?
No it is not. No wifi or Bluetooth
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Are these the ones you can hook up to a smart hub?
Afraid not, these do not have wireless capability. Check out the Schlage Connect line for z-wave connectivity.
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I jumped on this the last time around. Works extremely well. Installation was simple. The convenience of getting into the house without a key or having my family stop by and pick something up or drop something off is well worth it.
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Do the key pads on these wear from usage? I all see keycode doors with the combo buttons worn out, thus making them easy to narrow down.
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Quote from cormudgen View Post :
I'm interested in getting 1 or two of these for the garage/back door. Is it possible to get them Keyed to match what i put on the front door as well as what i put as the "bottom" handle? Do i have to buy Schlage brand to do so? Will Lowes do it for me?
Yes you can buy kit to re key or pay lowes
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