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Kwikset 925 Kevo Single Cylinder Bluetooth Enabled Deadbolt for iPhone 4S, 5, 5C & 5S, Satin Nickel


 
 
Superior Security
Electronic: multiple levels of military grade PKI encryption.
 
Key Control: no matter where you are - work, vacation, or on the road, if something goes wrong in your home, you can remotely provide temporary access to those who need it.
 
Positioning Technology: Kevo can determine if you are inside or outside the door to help prevent unauthorized entry.
 
SmartKey Deadbolt Cylinder: passes the most stringent lock picking standard UL 437, par 11.6, and BumpGuard to prevent lock bumping.
 
 
Send eKeys via Smartphone
Send an electronic key (ekey) to family, friends, or visitors who have a compatible smartphone so they can use their phone as a key too.
 
Mobile App Convenience: manage lock and eKeys from the mobile web app. Receive notifications and view history of lock activity.
 
No Smartphone? No Problem: enjoy the same touch to open convenience with the key fob.
 
 
Traditional Key Works Too
The Kevo Bluetooth Enabled Deadbolt also works with a traditional key and features SmartKey re-key technology. With SmartKey you can re-key your lock yourself in 3 easy steps.
 
 
Replaces Your Existing Deadbolt
Easy to install
Fits standard doors-no screw holes required
No power or internet required
 
What's In The Box
This product contains one Kwikset Kevo deadbolt, one deadbolt interior, one fob, two keys, two electronic keys, 4 batteries, latch, strike, mounting hardware, installation instructions, user manual, SmartKey learn tool, and drilling template for new doors.
 
 
Kevo Frequently Asked Questions
Is Kevo compatible with my SmartPhone? Kevo is only compatible with SmartPhone that support Bluetooth Smart Ready/Bluetooth 4.0 hardware AND have an available Kevo app. The app is currently only available for iPhone 4S, 5, 5C & 5S.
 
Can someone hack into my Kevo lock? The Kevo lock does not only rely on the built-in encryption available in Bluetooth. Kevo also provides multiple levels of military grade PKI encryption.
 
What is the battery life? The Kevo lock operates on 4 AA batteries and with normal use, the batteries should last for a year before needing replacing. The lock provides multiple low battery indicators and provides plenty of warning to change batteries. In the event that the batteries are not replaced in time, you will need to use the standard key to unlock the door.
 
When I’m inside the house, can someone touch the Kevo lock to unlock it from the outside? No, the Kevo lock has a unique and patent pending feature to detect if the authorized user is inside or outside of the house, so there will be no accidental unlocking from an unauthorized user outside.
 
How will the Kevo App affect my SmartPhone battery life? The Kevo App needs Location Services and Bluetooth to be on, which do use some battery power (you would already be using this if you use other mapping apps or Bluetooth devices). The Kevo App is designed to take advantage of the new ultra-power-efficient Bluetooth Smart Ready Technology, so you shouldn’t notice a decrease in your phone’s battery life.
 
What happens if I lose my phone? Simply log into the Kevo app on another SmartPhone or into the Kevo web portal and disable or delete any eKeys associated with the lock. You will need to use your Kevo Fob or the standard key to unlock the lock until you retrieve or replace your phone.
 
Kevo Compatibility The Kevo app is currently available for iPhone 4s, 5, 5C, & 5S as well as the fifth generation iPod touch, third generation or higher iPad and iPad mini. We have plans to support all possible mobile devices. Currently Android 4.3, as well as Blackberry 10.1, does not fully support all Bluetooth LE features required by Kevo, but we hope it will soon. When it does, we will be ready shortly thereafter. You can still enjoy touch-to-open entry with a key fob and migrate to your Android device when available.
 
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