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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Schlage Connect Z-Wave smart lock $149.99

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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Schlage Connect Z-Wave smart lock $149.99

Good deal on this z-wave lock.
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I have this lock at home. Very easy to install. Getting SmartThings to pick it up initially was a bit of a chore however, but now that I've got to to connect it works great.

Been using it about 4 months now.
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Price in the title please.
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I have a similar one with Apple support.

Is a great door lock but I use it for garage door only. Don’t like keypad for front door.

For front main entrance door, I use August with no keypad .
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I have 2 of these locks. If you're looking to save some money and have a good zwave network or the door is very close to the hub then it's a good choice. If not, I wouldn't recommend it. The range is very short (~10ft at my house with a wall/door in between) and there are less features than with the new version (zwave plus) and no software updates. I got both my locks for less than $100 clearance at Lowe's so I can't complain.
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THINKPOD wrote: I have a similar one with Apple support.

Is a great door lock but I use it for garage door only. Don’t like keypad for front door.

For front main entrance door, I use August with no keypad .
Haha with the deal on the August smart lock today, I'll have the opposite setup. I have a Ring Video Doorbell at the front door a well, for piece of mind.
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cbd223 wrote: I have 2 of these locks. If you're looking to save some money and have a good zwave network or the door is very close to the hub then it's a good choice. If not, I wouldn't recommend it. The range is very short (~10ft at my house with a wall/door in between) and there are less features than with the new version (zwave plus) and no software updates. I got both my locks for less than $100 clearance at Lowe's so I can't complain.
They also have the Z-Wave Plus version on sale as well, $50 more.

https://www.amazon.ca/Schlage-BE469ZP-C ... PQMXS?th=1
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I originally bought the August lock but canceled the order and got this instead.

The August lock is decent without needing a hub, but I have a Wink hub (which I might need to migrate off eventually) and needed a keypad. If I'm out for a run and I don't carry my keys or phone, the August lock would be a pain without the extra keypad.
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redkulat wrote: What is the difference for Z-wave plus? Further connectivity?
Mostly improved range and battery life.
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If you choose the Century Z-Wave plus model, it's $169.59 before tax.
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saint2e wrote: I have this lock at home. Very easy to install. Getting SmartThings to pick it up initially was a bit of a chore however, but now that I've got to to connect it works great.

Been using it about 4 months now.
Yep same experience when I tried ST, ended up going back to Wink but upgraded to an used Hub 2
Even with all the hate around Wink, it supports these locks out of the box with no fiddling (except for range issue when pairing), access code, alarm/sensitivity, vacation mode, all of it.
dfm74 wrote: Mostly improved range and battery life.
The non plus claims 1 year battery life with a set of 4xAA already, improved range can help if you have no other z-wave devices to form a mesh or a big house...

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