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10 Best Keypad Deadbolts

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Keypad deadbolts are widely used for home automation and are replacing the traditional lock and key. These deadbolts allow you to easily enter your home; Keylessly. Hence, you only need to remember the code. These keypad deadbolts work great for letting your kids enter home nice and safely without the fear of losing keys somewhere.

This article lists the best keypad deadbolts for your smart homes.

10. Ardwolf A1 Keypad Deadbolt ($137.60)

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This Ardwolf’s A1 keypad deadbolt uses five ways to unlock: fingerprint, user code, user code + fingerprint, fingerprint + fingerprint, mechanical key. It has a capacity of 100 fingerprints and 100 user code capacity. It doesn’t need a drill to install and fits doors between 1-3/8″ and 2-3/8″ width. The reversible handle fits either left or right handed door and reversing lever is controlled by the key. The removable key cylinder lets the user make key copy or re-key without bringing the whole lock.

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“This door lock is excellent. I had no trouble installing it or programming it. Directions for programming are super easy to follow. I’m using it to secure my office, and it works perfectly for that. It feels like it will last a long time and fits in standard doors. I love the three different options for opening it (key, code, or fingerprint) and that it automatically locks when I close it so I don’t have to worry about “setting” it. I would consider using this on an outside door, but I would have to get a different dead bolt.” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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9. Morning Industry Keypad Deadbolt ($86.99)

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This keypad deadbolt allows for keyless entry through your front door. It also operates on remote and keys. The unit uses 10 different codes and can be individually added as well as deleted. It uses simple programming and needs an admin password to enter new codes. It is solidly built and pretty easy to install.

“I installed this about two years ago. I haven’t had any problems at all. It opens when it should open and locks when you push the button. Battery life is definitely not an issue. I changed mine after about a year and a half. It seemed to be working a little slower, but I changed them mainly because I was nervous that they lasted so long. It has been great not having to keep a key on my car’s key fob and it’s even better that I don’t have to take keys with me when I take the dog for a walk. I am moving next month and I will be buying one for my next house.”- Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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8. Kwikset Single Cylinder Electronic Deadbolt ($56.22)

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This single cylinder electronic deadbolt operates by key pad, or a key. It does not contain any plastic components and has 6 customizable access codes. It also comes with an adjustable latch to fit all door standards. This unit looks great on your door. It also allows you to set temporary passwords and has one-touch and auto-lock features. The installation instructions are not very clear and requires a locksmith to rekey the unit.

“Works perfect !! I have done a deadbolt lock a time or two so the install was a breeze . Read the instruction very careful for the programming of the lock so that you wipe out the factory codes . I have set it up for 90 seconds to auto lock . All in all as of now a perfect lock for everything I needed at a great Prime Day price !!!!” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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7. Kwikset 907 Deadbolt Keypad ($68.61)

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This deadbolt is operated by an electronic keypad and has a backlight for increased visibility during night. The unit features six user access codes, one master code and one temporary code. An alarm sounds after five consecutive re-entries and keypad gets disabled for 45 seconds. It fits most of the standard doors and installs with a screwdriver within minutes. This unit works with 4 AA batteries and comes with clear instructions.

“I replaced a traditional deadbolt on a patio storage door, this will be much more convenient, I don’t always have my keys handy when I’m out in the yard. Super easy install, the electronic function is very sensitive, though. The lock felt a little stiff with the key, but it turned out that the alignment of the original latch plate was slightly off so the bolt rubbed it so the motor would abort locking/unlocking. The tiny adjustment wasn’t enough to patch the screw holes and drill new ones so I used a Dremel to grind the latch plate just a bit. Works perfectly!” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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6. Schlage BE468 Keypad Deadbolt ($158.74)

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This is a durable resistive touch screen keypad deadbolt for your house. The matte finished surface protects your door lock against fingerprints and smudges. The Anti-pick shield protects lock tampering and has a backlight for nightly assistance. The Z-wave technology allows home automation by letting you lock and unlock your door via smartphone or the web(Requires a Z-wave controller/hub, sold separately). This lock uses a battery and does not require much power to operate.

“Have used this lock for two months. Still, a full battery has never disconnected on me. Always available and has always worked. “Buzz in” feature from Iris app is great, unlocks then locks behind you about 20 secs later. Comes with only one key, so have spares made immediately.” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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5. Schlage FE575 Keypad Deadbolt ($104.94)

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This is Schlage FE575 keypad deadbolt featuring automatic lock after 5 seconds. It has a night illuminating keypad and accommodates  2-3/8-inch to 2-3/4-inch backsets. The unit works well on 9 volts battery and is easy to program. The lock overall has a nice built and smooth feel. It allows only four-digit codes and does not have an old school lock and unlock button. 

“This lock was easy to install and solves all the problems of our kids losing their keys. I feel very secure with this and intend to get one for every home I own in the future. A solid lock that I highly recommend!” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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4. Kwikset 909 Keypad Deadbolt ($98.98)

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This is Kiwiset’s909 electronic deadbolt featuring a smart key.  The unit has one-touch locking with a motorised deadbolt and has eight customizable access codes with a back-lit keyboard. It also has customised auto-locking option after 30 seconds interval. This product is durable, sturdy, easy to use along with easy installation. It has emergency code option which allows you tot to get locked out if you forget your code. A decent option.

“I just received this lock from the mail and immediately installed it. I’m a female in my early 20s, and I installed and programmed this lock on my own in under an hour. The only confusing part is the way the directions are presented. It makes it somewhat hard to stay in order on the steps.
I haven’t used the lock yet but have been playing with it while home. It’s just as strong of a lock as my previous deadbolt and is so easy to use. Love that there is a backlight and just one push of a button locks it. Always recognises the code and unlocks well. No complaints so far.” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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3. Schlage FE595 Deadbolt Keypad ($109.67)

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This nickel-finished, keypad deadbolt fits in 1-1/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. doors with an adjustable backset and lever. The flex-lock feature allows you to switch between unlock or automatic re-locking mode with the turn of a button. It has an illuminating keypad for nightly assistance and works well with a 9 volts battery. You can easily add and delete codes using the lock’s unique 6 digit programming code. 

“Like other Schlage locks I have owned, this unit seems to be very well made, sturdy, and easy to install. The programming of codes is simple, and codes can be added or deleted just by using the keypad. Keypad use as far as entering codes or even updating codes is straightforward. The buttons are also epoxy-coated, so the numbers won’t “wear off” thus revealing the codes used. I have a separate code for each family member, and can easily add codes if I have a contractor stopping by. A key can be used to open the lock if for some reason the electronic part stops functioning .” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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2. Schlage BE469 Keypad Deadbolt ($199.00)

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This is Camelot’s touch screen keypad with a built-in alarm. This deadbolt features Z-wave technology that connects to your home automation and lets you lock and unlock your door via the web or a smartphone. It has three alert modes allowing you to know of the potential threats or forced entry. Schlage delivers the highest level of durability and has fingerprint-resistant, resistive touchscreen which ensures that smudges and fingerprints remain undetectable. It has a memory for 30 different access codes and anti-pick shield works against lock tampering. The built-in alarm technology senses movement and alerts the homeowners. The product isn’t Bluetooth compatible.

“I’ve installed 3 of these. Easy to install and connect to my home security automation program.” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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1. Schlage BE365 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt ($94.04)

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This is Camelot Keypad Deadbolt by Schlage Lock Company. This Camelot keypad can also be purchased with a handle set or Plymouth keypad. It comes in 9 different colours and installs very easily in minutes with just a screwdriver (no wiring needed).  You can create and delete access codes (valid for up to 19 friends and family). It fits in all standard doors and has silicone coated keypads to protect the numbers from wear. The keypad is backlit but only if you push the key before entering the code. It uses a standard 9V battery.

“I started using these locks in my home to test them about 4 years ago, and for the past 3 years have been transitioning my rental properties to them. They have worked flawlessly. The locks have been keyed alike by my locksmith and lock codes can be changed in a matter of seconds when required. I am able to add or remove codes for tenants, guests or workers and don’t have to worry about keys being lost, copied or compromised. Battery life has been excellent and has sufficient ‘lead time’ warning to change. I use this style for interior doors and the other style that automatically locks when closed for exterior doors. Tenants love them, too. Another plus: I don’t have to take my keys when I walk my dog!” – Amazon’s Customer Review. 

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What do you like best? We would appreciate your valuable feedback in the comment section below.

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