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Kwikset Kevo Smart Lock with Keyless Bluetooth Touch to Open Convenience in Satin Nickel

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  • Kwikset Kevo Smart Door Lock - Install & Review!

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    For the last few weeks, I’ve been using a new lock system on my front door, and that’s the Kevo smart lock by Kwikset. It’s Bluetooth-enabled, so with the help of your smartphone, you can lock and unlock any door with ease! So far my experience with Kevo has been pretty good, whether I use the included wireless key fob, or my iPhone with the power of the Kevo app, the smart lock holds up pretty well and works like a charm. In this video, I do a quick unboxing, installment, and review of the Kevo to share my thoughts so far.


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    This product contains one Kwikset Kevo deadbolt, one deadbolt interior, one fob, two keys, two electronic keys, 4 batteries, latch, strike, mounting hardware, installation instructions, user manual, SmartKey learn tool, and drilling template for new doors.

  • The KwikSet Kevo Lock is a unique and innovative door lock system for the home. Instead of the usual way of opening the door lock with a key, this special lock system allows users to use the smartphone as the key by using Bluetooth. Users need not even take out their smartphone out of their pockets to open the lock. All they need to do is touch the Kevo lock and it will recognize the smartphone and unlock the door. All users need to do is to download the Kevo mobile app free from the Apple Store. Currently, the app is available for iPhone 4S and 5 models only. Eventually the app will be available for other smartphone models. The app allows users to set up the Kevo lock as well as send out eKeys to some trusted people coming in and going out of the house. The eKeys will authorize others to open the Kevo lock when recognized.

    Unlock your door with the convenience of Bluetooth when you replace your traditional deadbolt with the Kwikset Kevo Signature Series Bluetooth Deadbolt. Whether you want to use your Bluetooth smartphone or the included Bluetooth keyfob as your wireless key, you can stop fumbling for a turnkey and just tap this touch-activated lock to unlock the door! And in case your phone or fob isn’t available, you can always use a traditional turnkey as your backup.

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  • About - Kwikset Kevo 925

    The Kwikset Kevo 925 is part of the door lock test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, door lock models like the Kevo 925 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

    Kick-in as sold:
    Resistance to kick-in as sold is how well the lock survived increasingly forceful impacts using the hardware it comes with.

    Kick-in reinforced:
    Kick-in reinforced is the same test using an aftermarket Box Strike in place of the included strike or, for surface-mount locks, 3-inch screws; models scoring Excellent as sold were not retested.

    Drilling shows how well the lock stood up to assaults with a drill.

    The Kwikset Kevo can make locking and unlocking your door quick and easy -- when it works, that is. At first glance it doesn't look much different from a normal deadbolt, but if you touch it, the lock will light up, giving you visual feedback as to whether the door has been unlocked or not. In tests says the Kevo worked, "never once letting us in when it shouldn't have." And setting it up is pretty "straight forward" according to , provided you're only swapping out your old lock for the Kevo -- if you're installing it on a brand new door, they say you should be "rated Bob Villa-class." For CNET, though, setup of the actual device was hit or miss, and it took them "multiple attempts" to get it calibrated. also ran into issues in regards to distance, finding they needed to be "within 12-18" inches to make the door unlock quicker. The companion app includes powerful tools like an entry log and the ability to hand out temporary e-keys to friends and family -- but only if they're iOS users, since the Kevo doesn't work on other devices. If you're the type who wants your door to be connected like everything else in your life the Kevo is certainly promising, but limited device support, a quirky setup process, and a $219 price tag means most are better off sticking with a good old fashioned key.

KWIKSET KEVO FACT SHEET - Electronic Press Kit

They have connected locks on their website but I won't profess to know how their connectivity compares to the Kwikset Kevo....... ninja edit - I've just noticed zwave mentioned in the link below :)