Schlage Touch Century Lock with Latitude Lever (Satin Nickel) FE695 CEN 619 LAT

May 6, 2018 - Comment

Schlage FE695 Century Touch Screen Lever is security in a sleek bundle. Without a key, there’s no key to lose nor cylinder to pick. It is ideal for all applications where a lock is required. Backed by a limited lifetime mechanical and finish and 1 year electronic warranty. Product Features Fingerprint-resistant Touchscreen Grade 2 Security

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Schlage FE695 Century Touch Screen Lever is security in a sleek bundle. Without a key, there’s no key to lose nor cylinder to pick. It is ideal for all applications where a lock is required. Backed by a limited lifetime mechanical and finish and 1 year electronic warranty.

Product Features

  • Fingerprint-resistant Touchscreen
  • Grade 2 Security Rating. Door thickness range- 1-3/8 to 1-3/4 inch thick. Exterior dimensions- 3 x 5.4 x 5.2 inches
  • Universal latches and deadbolts fit 2-3/8 inch or 2-3/4 inch backsets. 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

Andrew says:

and I thought this might be a good opportunity to get a bluetooth-compatible lock that could be … After 10-years, the door handle between our house and garage was beginning to wear out. After a few unsuccessful repair attempts, I decided to replace it with a “smart” lock.I’m a self-admitted nerd, and I thought this might be a good opportunity to get a bluetooth-compatible lock that could be unlocked with our smartphones. But, after some research and a quick cost-benefit analysis, I decided that at least today, that would be more hassle than it’s worth.So, I…

Andrew says:

Excellent! I installed 5 of these on my home at every entry. As I live in a wooded area, I always lock my doors. Whether I’m in the home or working in the woods, my doors are always locked. Keys were always problematic, as I would constantly lock myself out and have to wander into the woods for my “hidden” key… This now ensures I will not get locked out. I do, however, have a 9V battery stashed in my tractor in case the battery ever goes out while I’m away.Note – I had a regular handle and…

Jason R. says:

Easy to install & program This thing was a piece of cake to install, all it really requires is a couple Phillips screwdrivers and a little time. Yes the programming & default codes are printed on a label on the back of one of the pieces, but fear not, there is also the same sticker on the front of the manual, so you don’t have to write anything down beforehand.I did make an oops and install one of the handles backwards, but it was very easy to fix using the little pin tool they include to pull the handle out…

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