Kwikset 99140-131 Signature Series 2nd Gen Round Smart Lock Featuring SmartKey Security and Home Connect Technology Traditional Z-Wave Plus Deadbolt, Venetian Bronze

October 10, 2019 - Comment

The Signature series deadbolt 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. This single cylinder deadbolt can be locked

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(as of October 13, 2019 11:01 am UTC - Details)

The Signature series deadbolt 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. This single cylinder deadbolt can be locked or unlocked by using the keypad or key from the outside as well as the turn button from the inside. The Venetian Bronze finish is hand-rubbed to reveal unique bronze highlights and provides a rich and warm complement to the product’s style.

Product Features

  • Kwikset Signature Series 2nd gen smart lock comes with Home Connect technology which allows your lock to wirelessly communicate with your home automation system like Alexa or SmartThings Hub (smart home hub required and sold separately)
  • Discreet, durable, secure keyless entry door lock for your home and for peace of mind
  • Lock or unlock your door from anywhere with a supporting smart home system using your phone, tablet, or internet-connected device
  • Z-Wave Plus Certified with the Z-Wave 500 chipset gives extended wireless range and superior 128-bit wireless encryption
  • Featuring Smart Key Security. Now you can re-key the lock yourself in seconds in 3 easy steps

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works Flawlessly With Ring Security to link with Alexa! I bought this specifically to integrate with my Ring Security system and for use with my Amazon Alexa devices. I can either control the lock with my Ring app or (my favorite part) I created a routine with the Alexa app where I say, “Alexa, goodnight” and it will lock my door as well as turn off the lights I have also connected to Alexa. Installing the lock was relatively easy using the included instructions but the YouTube video seemed to make it a bit easier since I do better with visual…

Anonymous says:

I have 2 and they have been great. Battery life is the only issue. Normal alkalines last about a month with what I would imagine is average use for most families. This time I am trying some high powered lithiums. If not for that I would give 5 stars. I have 2 and they have been great.Update: I tried out lithium batteries and they lasted about 3 months in my front door and about 5 months in my back door which gets a lot less use. Btw, I didn’t mention above but I use these with Smartthings. They integrate…

Anonymous says:

Just installed… Meh… I finally got this installed. Not that there was any particular reason, just collecting dust. After I got it installed and I wanted to get it connected to SmartThings, there was a little difficulty. At first, it wouldn’t pair. The instructions aren’t the easiest to know whether I was doing it correctly or not. It would seem like they would want people to have a positive experience with the installation process and provide as much online help as possible. But anyway, not sure what happened…

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