Kwikset 914 SmartCode Z-Wave Electronic Deadbolt featuring SmartKey Security and Avalon Handleset with Tustin Right Handed and Left Handed Lever Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris in Satin Nickel

January 6, 2019 - Comment

Product Features This bundle includes the Kwikset 914 electronic deadbolt, one Avalon Handle, and two Tustin Levers Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately). Does not support unlock by voice at this time. 30 customizable user access codes for family, friends, contractors or dogwalkers, and is ANSI/BHMA

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Product Features

  • This bundle includes the Kwikset 914 electronic deadbolt, one Avalon Handle, and two Tustin Levers
  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately). Does not support unlock by voice at this time.
  • 30 customizable user access codes for family, friends, contractors or dogwalkers, and is ANSI/BHMA Grade 2 certified
  • Home Connect technology – communicates wirelessly to security and home automation systems via Z-Wave
  • The traditional look of the Avalon handleset is the perfect complement for this traditional deadbolt.
  • Comes with a Lifetime Mechanical and finish warranty and a one year electronics warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Zigbee required for Comcast Home system Purchased pre-opened. I discovered, after failing to get it to pair, that someone had put the zigbee card in backwards. Once seated properly, set-up was a snap.You can ensure you have the Zigbee by checking the product ID on the electronic card inside the unit. (Its the rough equivalent of the SIM card in your phone, except much larger.) Zigbee will have ZB in product ID, Z-Wave will have a ZW.I really like this product. I’m using it with Comcast Home security system…

Anonymous says:

Works fine, but replace 4 x AA every two weeks. I feel disappointed. The lock works fine. It looks nice. It even works exactly like the box says. Here is my problem. Every 2 weeks, I have to change 4 batteries. I use this door to leave and come home. It self-locks on my way out and I manually close it when I get home. So it may have to auto-close using battery 2 or 3 times a day on average (M-F) and weekends once maybe. Four brand new batteries should last at least 6 weeks. I wouldn’t even be sad if it was 6 weeks. I think I’d be…

Anonymous says:

Not user friendly The product beeps all the time and sometimes will not open. We opened it up to check the batteries and they are still new. Now the device will not allow us to program it again. Very frustrating!Update: It never worked. We bought the Wink 2 Hub so that maybe we could see if there was a diagnostic code or get more information as to why this piece of junk was not working. It turns out that Wink does not support the Kwikset 914, so we had to return it and buy the Samsung Things Hub…

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