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Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel

Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel

  • Create and delete entry codes for trusted family and friends (as much as 19)
  • Installs in minutes – no wiring wanted
  • Assured to suit on commonplace doorways
  • Silicone-coated keypad prevents numbers from sporting off
  • • Pairs with our hottest trim kinds to coordinate the look all through your own home

Flip-Lock function permits the person to lock and go away and not using a key. Perfect for entrance, again and aspect entry doorways the place deadbolts are required. Grade 2 ANSI/BHMA licensed. Industrial grade clutching motor drive. Vandal resistant free-spinning deadbolt flip. Code management; 6-digit programming code requir…extra

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Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel
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  • May 16, 2018 at 7:18 am
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    787 of 802 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    *Two locksmiths and a ball-peen hammer couldn’t get through this thing. So there’s that.*, August 15, 2016
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    This review is from: Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Satin Nickel (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I have never been so incredibly angry at a lock in my life, yet here I am purchasing another. Why? Glad you asked.

    Three years ago we purchased our first Schlage keypad deadbolt for our MIL suite door and we loved it so much we bought two more for our other exterior doors. It’s amazing how much your life improves when you don’t have to worry about carrying/losing keys. We changed the batteries on every New Year’s Day as a rule, just to be on the safe side. The override keys were stored in a safe place, or so I thought. I’m sure you can see where this is headed.

    Yep! Locked out in the pouring rain with guests arriving in five hours. The battery died after I’d accessed the suite to collect the linens. I’d locked the door behind me, went downstairs to load the washer, and when I returned it was a red blinking light and I was out of luck. But I knew where the key was, so no problem! Except that the key wasn’t where it belonged AT ALL and my husband had just boarded an airplane. Did I mention it was pouring rain?

    So after a few minutes of panicking and ransacking every drawer in the house, I called a locksmith. I felt instantly calmer when he arrived but alas, he couldn’t pick it nor could he couldn’t bump it. He tried for 45 minutes in the pouring rain, bless his heart. He called for back up. She couldn’t do it, either. They couldn’t pick it, they couldn’t bump it. They couldn’t do anything. Heck, even WITH the key you have to do some Key Gymnastics to engage the bolt and it just wasn’t possible to do that with the picks, even with three sets of human hands trying to hold the various bits all at once. She offered to come back and drill the keyhole part but expressed concern that all she’d accomplish would be the destruction of the lock without the benefit of it actually unlocking. She apologized profusely and they left. She gave me the number of “a safecracker” she knew (yeah, I don’t know and I didn’t ask.) but sadly that call went to voicemail. Maybe he was out busting into banks, who knows.

    After half a dozen phone calls to locksmiths all over town I was getting more and more frantic. My husband’s plane had landed by this point and no, he had no idea where the key was. He did, however, call a friend with some power tools who was kind enough to rescue me. We decided to start violently (since I was so so angry, now) by trying to beat the damned thing off with a ball-peen hammer. No dice. Why? Because that damned thumbturn just spins and spins and spins. Pretty brilliant design when you think about it. ANYWAY, he finally got in by removing the door trim and sawing through the bolt with a freakin’ 6″ grinder blade and even THAT took a spell. Then he replaced it with a cheapie Kwikset he had on-hand so my guests could lock their suite. It was an unbelievably stressful day that I do not ever wish to repeat.

    That being said: I sure did sleep better knowing how damned hard it would be to break into the house via the doors!

    SO here I am, buying a replacement. Was I ticked off the lock didn’t seem to give me an adequate enough warning about the battery? Absolutely. But I sure do feel safer knowing what a complete and total pain it was to get through that lock. Our local burglars are just not down for that kind of difficulty. They lack the drive.

    I highly recommend this thing BUT make sure you buy top-of-the-line batteries. Don’t skimp on those and DON’T misplace the key otherwise you’re going to need some heavy artillery.

  • May 16, 2018 at 7:46 am
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    197 of 202 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great quality, even better battery life, November 11, 2015
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    1234rc

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    Heavy duty and nice looking. This deadbolt seems to be better quality than the kwikset keypad deadbolt I have. I actually like the fact that you have to turn it to lock and unlock it instead of a little motor moving it, seems like this will last longer and the battery won’t drain so fast. It’s a little bit more complicated to change the code than any other electronic lock I’ve ever had. You have to actually type in a preprogrammed code that is printed in the instruction manual and then enter your own code. Not really a problem, just more difficult than kwikset. All in all I’m really happy with the product.

    Update over a year later 12/22/16

    I’m still on the same 9v battery this lock started with in November of 2015. the 4 AA batteries in my kwikset deadbolt have died and needed replaced 3 times this year. Both doors get about the same amount of use. This not only saves money but i never worry about getting locked out because of a dead battery. I would definitely recommend this deadbolt over a kwikset any day

    Update 8/27/17
    I’m still running on the same 9v battery after almost 2 years. I went ahead and replaced my Kwikset with another Schlage because I was sick of changing batteries.

  • May 16, 2018 at 8:27 am
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    67 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ***For those having trouble with “TURN-LOCK” feature.***, July 23, 2016
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    Madmox

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    This feature allows you to lock the door on the way out by simply pressing the Schlage button, without having to enter code.
    Pay close attention to step 6, (page 2) of the guide when installing your lock. If it is not oriented as shown in the drawing, TURN-LOCK feature will not work.I emailed and called Schlage several times and they told me that if, after performing a factory reset, the TURN-LOCK feature wouldn’t work, the unit was defective and to return it. I pulled the lock apart and noticed the little “Point Down!” thing was rotated 90 degrees while unit was in the unlock position, this is wrong.It should be oriented like the drawing shows when in the unlock position. Anybody having trouble with the TURN-LOCK feature, check this before you return unit.

    Here is the link to Schlage user guide […]
    This is a great unit, btw. Schlage should add this step to check, in the troubleshooting section of the guide.

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