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Smartscan keyless door lock?

PigsDad

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My only comment, because it is not completely clear from the description, is to make sure the deadbolt can be easily unlocked manually from the inside, even if the batteries are dead. This is just a safety concern, in case of an emergency. Some earlier versions of electric deadbolts I had seen a few years ago required a key to manually operate in failure mode. Not something that you want to be doing if the house is dark and filled w/ smoke.

Other than that, it looks like a really cool product. I wonder how much of a pain it is to replace the batteries.

Kurt
 
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