Schlage Touch Century Deadbolt (Aged Bronze) BE375 CEN 716

June 7, 2017 - Comment

With Schlage Touch, no key means there’s nothing to lose, nothing to fiddle with, and-for intruders-nothing to pick. All in a slim profile that’s every bit as sleek as it is strong. When you take out the key, it’s amazing what all you can add. Product Features Fingerprint-resistant Touchscreen Grade 2 Security Rating 2 year

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With Schlage Touch, no key means there’s nothing to lose, nothing to fiddle with, and-for intruders-nothing to pick. All in a slim profile that’s every bit as sleek as it is strong. When you take out the key, it’s amazing what all you can add.

Product Features

  • Fingerprint-resistant Touchscreen
  • Grade 2 Security Rating
  • 2 year battery life with 9V battery backup
  • LED Down Lighting on the numbers and lever
  • Dedicated icons for low battery and programming mode
  • Keyless convenience – no more keys to lose, hide, carry or forget

Comments

JC in OKC says:

NOT SECURE. SCHLAGE CONSIDERING DESIGN CHANGE. Don’t use for security. Length:: 1:23 MinsĀ 

J. Canavera says:

A good value basic keyless lock Put this lock in today and it is really easy. I chose this due to its heavy duty components (just pick up a competitors lock and notice the difference in weight and the components). While it is electronic, the lock bolt is moved manually. This is important since battery life for locks with automatic bolts is greatly reduced. The fact that I turn the lock means I know the bolt is in place. My metal door gets sun during different times of the year and expands and contracts. An automatic…

Bill Rycraft says:

Electrical Problems out of the box. Also interferes with my screen door handle hitting it while trying to close door. I installed this along with other matching Schlage locks that we love. I love the Schlage brand, think they make the toughest locks and hardest to pick which is why when we wanted to upgrade into a keyless deadbolt Schlage was the brand we went with, replace other Schlage locks as an upgrade and change in color and style. After installing another lock this was straight forward, however when it came time to program it there was a problem. These are simple to program, enter the programming code…

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