|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.26 x 3.26 x 2.21 inches|
|Item model number||ASL-2|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Keyless Home Entry with Your Smartphone|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||7|
|Average Battery Life||8765 Hours|
August Home 1st Generation Smart Lock - Dark Grey
|Price:||+ $8.57 shipping|
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- Secure - Safe, keyless access to your home with iOS and Android smartphones
- Easy DIY Retrofit Install, - Replace the interior of your existing deadbolt; outside is unchanged
- Total Control - You control who has access to your home and manage how long their access lasts
- Always On - Powered by batteries means it's always on, even if your power, Wi-Fi, or cable go down
- Kindly refer the installation videos, August Smart Lock works with the free August app to create keys, grant access, view the activity log, and more, available for Android(TM) and iOS.
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The August Smart Lock is the intelligent, secure way to manage access to your home from your iOS and Android devices
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The real issue that I have is that we had to disable the auto-unlock function. For a few nights in a row, we were in bed and clearly heard the lock unlock, then re-lock, then unlock, then re-lock. We both felt that we could never be certain that the door was locked when we are away. That issue defeats the main reason that I installed the lock to begin with. I wanted to be able to approach the door and have it unlocked when I got there.
All of this may be due to the fact that we live on the 22nd floor and one of our phones might have pinged off of a different cell tower leading the lock to think that we had left and come back. However, I just do not trust the thing. It may be a completely different story were we still in our house on the ground.
The one true redeeming quality of the the mechanism is that it is exceedingly ergonomic. I think that my mother would be able to lock and unlock the door with ease due to the size of the mechanism that locks and unlocks the door.
I might reconsider this lock in the future with some significant hardware and software upgrades. However, right now I do not feel safe with the auto-unlock functionality.
As an iOS engineer, here's a couple of tips. The auto-unlock uses something on iOS called geo-fencing. Geo-fencing is not reliable on the iPhone and other devices when you turn WiFi is turned off - don't turn it off (it has marginal impact on battery)! The lock itself relies on Bluetooth (as are many, many things on your iPhone that you don't even realize) so do not turn that off either. This is the same reason why you need to leave the area of your home and come back for the auto-unlocking to work.
My only grip, and it's nitpicking, is it's bigger than I was expecting. You get used to it, but the deadbolt mechanism is replaces it's larger by comparison.
-auto unlock only works about half the time, maybe less
-"everlock" does not work reliably which is a deal breaker since this feature leads one to believe the door will lock itself. When it randomly fails to lock you're left with an unlocked door. Unacceptable.
-connecting to the locks takes a long time (sometimes 30-45 seconds sitting there waiting for it to do whatever so you can unlock the stupid door)
-"august connect" is silly. it doesn't connect via wifi automatically, you have to push the remote connect button and wait for it to connect.. and you can't change lock settings over the internet
I also have a kevo smartlock, and while it has less features it opens reliably in <2 seconds and I've never had it break. Seems like one is lucky to get the August to work at all
Pros: install is easy, attaching to existing deadbolts is handy except when the deadbolt is hard to close and the august can't quite do it, but thinks it can so it lies to you and says the door is locked when it's not