|Item Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 1.4 x 2.7 inches|
|Size||3321 - Keyless deadbolt lock|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SHS-3321|
Samsung Ezon SHS-3321 Keyless Smart Universial Deadbolt Digital Door Lock, Black
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- Touch pad screen Keyless deadbolt lock Standard 160/161 prep installation
- Adaptable to various door type by adjustable deadbolt, Burglar alarm & Fire detection sensor, Multi-leveled security code entry
- PSB Fire tested,Emergency external battery terminal
- Number Combination:4~12 digits number combination, User Capacity (Maximum Registration):1 master password, 70 user card/ PIN code, Access Combination:PIN/ Card, PIN+Card
- Door Thickness:35~55mm (1.4 ~ 2.2"), Material:Zink Alloy, ABS Plastic, Power:DC6V (Alkaline AA) x 4pcs, Duration (Baterry):Average 3,650 accesses (Battery duration is approx, 10 months)
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Follow the instructions closely. There are a few places where you can damage the deadbolt if you do not follow them.
2. The instructions are unclear sometimes. For example, the instructions do tell you how to tell if your door is a right-hand door or a left-hand door, but there is one place where you need to wire the magnetic door sensor to the circuit board on the interior side of the deadbolt and the printed directions simply say "Install the magnetic door sensor. It should be installed in the right way of the door." Not exactly clear, but if you have a left-handed door (most everyone in the US) you should plug the the sensor cable into the left handed plug on the board (which happens to be on the right side of the board if you are looking at it).
3. My installation required modifications to both my door and my door jamb. If you do not feel comfortable taking a hammer and chisel to your door or door jamb, you might want to hire someone or look for a manual deadbolt. The bolt action must be extremely smooth or the electronics will back off and not lock your door. Your mileage may vary, but my house is 10 years old and has settled a bit since the door was originally hung.
4. Contrary to other reviews on this and other Samsung deadbolts, the chimes are not onerous and last 1-2 seconds to give you an audio cue of what is happening. Upon closing your door to leave for the day, it's a good idea to wait and listen for that 1-2 seconds (faster than you can find your key and lock your current lock) for the confirming chime to make sure that everything lined up correctly and the door locked. For me, this happens correctly about 95% of the time, but again, your installation might be different.
So, given all that, why did I choose this particular deadbolt?
1. 5-digit (minimum) key code entrance with wear protection. This means that if your code is 12345, you'll have smudges and eventually wear over the 12345 numbers of the touchscreen. Samsung thought of this and enables a mode that forces you to press two lit up random numbers before you enter your code. This adds another half-second to your unlock time, but it does provide a layer of protection over the mechanical combination deadbolts out there.
2. There is no traditional key. There are other versions of this Samsung deadbolt that have a traditional manual key lock attached. I did not want this because the manual deadbolt mechanism is not a high-security lock and can be easily defeated with a bump key.
3. There is no Internet connectivity. Home automation protocols such as Zigbee are fairly insecure and there is no reason (in my mind) to use them for your deadbolt. Want to unlock your door for someone? Tell them your code and then change it later or set them up another code ahead of time and then remove it later.
All in all, I'm happy with this product and I'd buy it again if I had it to do over again and that's about the highest praise I can give a deadbolt.
The cylinder on the photo appears to be in the bottom where the turn knob is but NO it is between the number pad and the round part in result you can't install this in doors where you already have two part lock, the bottom part of this lock needs about 2.5 inches space therefore it blocks the top part of your lower lock (handle) I hope I was able to describe well. It is of course very nice and well made and ideal and very luxury item for a new door. I returned it with regret.
Also, as far as the user management goes, the fobs and pin codes are separate and don't go under the same user. So when doing double authentication, any fob will work with any code...which they don't say in the description or docs online. It's a minor thing, but being the security freak I am, it's a downside.
All in all, I love this unit so far but it wasn't really worth the price they wanted compared to the other options. (BioBoltX2, Yale, etc) I have to admit that the key for this unit is a very good one though. And I haven't tested to see if I can get NFC on my phone working as a fob like the other unit without the manual key option.
It's been a great lock so far, but one thing just showed up and I haven't had a chance to investigate. For whatever reason the deadbolt stopped pulling all of the way in which keeps the door from opening. In my case I can get it to go all the way in by forcing it to error on relocking. I have a feeling the motor got turned somehow or it is possible their software that drives it all has a glitch. I will know more this weekend hopefully.
The issue I was having with it relocking disappeared. I ended up using the backup key for a while. It is possible it might have been temperature related due to the freezing of winter, but not entirely sure. Whatever the case, it is working fine now and has been for the last couple of months.