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Weiser Powerbolt 2.0 Keyless Entry Keypad Deadbolt - $69.97

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[Home Hardware] Weiser Powerbolt 2.0 Keyless Entry Keypad Deadbolt - $69.97

About $5 more than the last deal at Lowes. PM Home Depot or Cantire for a better price. Available in multiple colours.
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Apr 18, 2017
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That's a great price! I love mine. Going on 2 years with no problems or battery changes in northern Ontario.
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Mar 25, 2006
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The keypad only has half the number of buttons. Wouldn't that make it easier to be hacked?
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starscreamX wrote: The keypad only has half the number of buttons. Wouldn't that make it easier to be hacked?
Technically: yes

Practically: no

If you enter the wrong code more then a small number of times it goes into a 'lockout' mode, where it doesn't accept button presses for a certain amount of time, and screeches a loud alarm.

So you're not really giving anything away there.

And honestly, EVERY lock is merely a deterrent, if a baddie wants in, they will find a way in. MOST front doors can be just kicked in without issue.
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Jan 16, 2011
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Its showing 129.99 for me, did I miss something?
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Dec 31, 2016
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I have two of these. One of them was 8 years old and the finish started to come off... contacted weiser and they sent me out a brand new unit. Lifetime warranty on the finish.
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Oct 5, 2009
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I have this in my place, my parents, and my in-laws. Works very well. Make sure you disable 1234 after installation.
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my door is old..does this fit on the small hole or need to enlarge?
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It also showed $129.99 initially, then mysteriously, 5 seconds or so later, changed to $69.97 /EA
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Desna99 wrote: I have two of these. One of them was 8 years old and the finish started to come off... contacted weiser and they sent me out a brand new unit. Lifetime warranty on the finish.
Whoa! Did you have to send the old one back? How did you claim it?

Mine is turning brown!
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Is it practical using batteries on outside doors when winters usually below 30c
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chillychin wrote: Whoa! Did you have to send the old one back? How did you claim it?

Mine is turning brown!
No I didn’t send the old one back, that is why I have 2 of them lol. Just send them a photo, no receipt needed.
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Still looking for a solution for an unheated garage - anyone have one in this config? If so, how was its performance over the winter? Thanks!
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Aug 17, 2010
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I’ve had this for 1.5 years, the keypad number pad is starting to fade on the numbers that we press the most. Not sure if weiser covers this, but be aware.
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Triad wrote: Is it practical using batteries on outside doors when winters usually below 30c
Yzord wrote: Still looking for a solution for an unheated garage - anyone have one in this config? If so, how was its performance over the winter? Thanks!
Lithium batteries are the solution. Get them at shoppers 8 for $11 on sale, on 20x pts or super redemption days for the cheapest price, if you collect pc optimum. else Costco instore should have them $0.75-$1 each

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/energizer- ... 0197147941

Update: typo
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Jan 24, 2016
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I've got two of these for front and back door for about 3-4 years now. No issues at all even on -40+(SK) weather. Ive had to change batteries probably about 3 since day one.

Install was pretty easy as well. The first one took me about 30 mins(1st timer) then second was about 15 mins.
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Mar 23, 2008
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Thanks OP!
Just price match +10% in store at Lowe's for $63 pre tax.

The unit is solid but the design/material of the buttons is not the best and get sticky/stuck when u press them but can't complain for the price and warranty.
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Oct 26, 2012
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Whitehorse
I bought this same one for $109 at HD roughly six months ago. I'd say this is a decent deal. Easy install. Well built. Easy to use.
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I have this for a less used backdoor that's only accessible from the locked yard.

I personally wouldn't use this for a main door.

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