Kwikset 912 Z-Wave SmartCode Electronic Touchpad with Tustin Lever, Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass

April 6, 2018 - Comment

The SmartCode 912 touchpad smart lock lever with Home Connect technology enables the lock to wirelessly communicate with other devices in home. The lock allows the user (through a web enabled device) to remotely check the door lock status, lock or unlock the door and receive notifications via email or text. SmartCode is a one-touch

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The SmartCode 912 touchpad smart lock lever with Home Connect technology enables the lock to wirelessly communicate with other devices in home. The lock allows the user (through a web enabled device) to remotely check the door lock status, lock or unlock the door and receive notifications via email or text. SmartCode is a one-touch locking motorized deadbolt. With your personalized code, you can enter your home with the convenience of keyless entry and the back-lit keypad provides increased visibility. SmartCode is easy to install, program and use, and operates on 4 AA batteries. It also features SmartKey Security as the back-up keyway.

Product Features

  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately). Does not support unlock by voice at this time.
  • Designer style and superior security with this Kwikset Signature Series product
  • For use on exterior doors where keyed entry and security is needed
  • Featuring SmartKey re-key technology; re-key the lock yourself in seconds in 3 easy steps
  • Keyed lever operated by key outside or electronic keypad and thumb turn inside
  • Z Wave certification number: ZC08-15060008. Please refer the Instrctional Video from the Image Section before use which is highly essential.
  • Color: Polished Brass

Comments

Doug Colt says:

This lock is a fantastic value for the money This lock is a fantastic value for the money. I have a Schlage z-wave enabled lock for the main entry to my condo and it has been absolutely trouble free for 5 years. It also costs $240!For half the price, these locks are great. I purchased 3 of them for each of my bedroom doors. Installation was very simple and the locks have a very heavy, sturdy build to them. Compatible with left or right-handed doors.Pairing with my Vera3 z-wave controller was simple and…

Brendan Bush says:

… little over a year now and I have some pretty mixed feelings about it I’ve had this lock for a little over a year now and I have some pretty mixed feelings about it. I like that it’s compatible with the self re-keying technology, I like that it’s zwave compatible, and I like that it will allow keyless access…. however, combining numbers on buttons makes it far less secure. There is no good way to manage user codes built in (there are apparently some hacks you can use with smartthings, but I would like to have seen something included in the app itself) adding…

Amazon Customer says:

Just don’t do it, Stupid design, not secure I spent a number of years as a locksmith in the 80’s and always recommended Kwikset Locks because they were well designed, rugged and user friendly. With their current wave of smart locks, they have failed on the first two. This is the second z-wave kwikset lock I have bought. The first was a deadbolt for a front door and now a lever for a back door with the goal of every exterior having one z-wave lock to manage my house, not so much anymore.First the center spindle is small, thin and…

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