Lockey Digital M210 Mechanical Keyless Entry Bump Proof Deadbolt Door Lock Satin Nickel Finish

January 30, 2014 - Comment

Lockey Original Digital Door Locks L2000 M210 are bump proof, mechanical, keyless entry locks which do not require wires, batteries or electricity. These locks are perfect for new doors and easily replace existing hardware on your current doors. They provide keyless security, are easy to install and use, fit most doors and are weather resistant.

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Lockey Original Digital Door Locks L2000 M210 are bump proof, mechanical, keyless entry locks which do not require wires, batteries or electricity. These locks are perfect for new doors and easily replace existing hardware on your current doors. They provide keyless security, are easy to install and use, fit most doors and are weather resistant. Covers a standard 2 1/8″ hole. Fits all doors 1 3/8″ to 2″. 2 3/8″ – 2 3/4″ adjustable deadbolt. For right or left handed doors-changeable handling. Combination can be changed. Dimensions: LOCK ONLY 4 7/8″ X 1 7/16″ X 1 3/4″. TOTAL LOCK dimensions with trim plates 5 5/8″ X 2 1/2″. This is the same deadbolt as the Lockey 2000-different manufacturer packaging.

Product Features

  • Weatherproof Keyless Deadbolt
  • Change Code in Minutes
  • 100% Mechanical
  • Maximum Security
  • Bump Proof

Comments

S. S. "S. S." says:

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Gary Berton "bert-toolnut" says:

Look Mom, No Key!!! These Lockey digital Locks are the BEST. I was so sick and tired of keys, keys, keys everywhere. Then I had an employee lose the office key and she had to call a locksmith $$$. So I started researching electric battery locks. They did not seem to be very reliable, and what about when the battery dies. These Lockey Locks are high quality and easy to use and are totally mechanical, no batteries. You punch in the code and turn the knob, and yes, you can change the code. If you make a mistake, it is easy to clear the code by turning the knob and start over. You can even tell if someone has tried entering a code and not gained entry. The first thing you do when you approach the lock is turn the knob (this clears codes or mistakes), if you hear clicks, you know someone has tried entering a code (unsuccessfully). The lock comes with a pre-set code from the factory, but it is very easy to take the back off the lock and set your own code. Now my office, my home and even other…

Amazon Customer "Likes electronics." says:

Smooth and highly reliable 0

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