• Kwikset 910 Door Lock for U.S., 910TRL ZW L03 SMT (Lifetime Polished Brass), by Kwikset, Cert ID: ZC08-15060007
  • Kwikset 910 Door Lock for U.S., 910TRL ZW L03 SMT (Lifetime Polished Brass), by Kwikset, Cert ID: ZC08-15060007
Kwikset 910 Door Lock for U.S., 910TRL ZW L03 SMT (Lifetime Polished Brass), by Kwikset, Cert ID: ZC08-15060007
Kwikset 910 Door Lock for U.S., 910TRL ZW L03 SMT (Lifetime Polished Brass), by Kwikset, Cert ID: ZC08-15060007

Kwikset 910 Door Lock for U.S., 910TRL ZW L03 SMT (Lifetime Polished Brass), by Kwikset, Cert ID: ZC08-15060007

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  • Works with Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately).
  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub sold separately)
  • Stores up to 30 personalized user codes at a time
  • NOTE: Kindly review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance.
  • For use on exterior doors where keyed entry and security is needed. Replaces any deadbolt for keyless entry convenience.
  • Backup keyway featuring SmartKey re-key technology.
  • Compatible with Z Wave home automation systems. Z Wave certification numbers: ZC08-13100007; ZC08-10020007; ZC08-11110001

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I love this lock I recently installed the whole Ring security system which is fantastic. I wanted to add a door lock that integrated in with it. This was one of the certified compatible one's listed by Ring and it fit the bill for what I wanted. Works perfectly. The integration with Ring was seamless and simple. I particularly like that it will disable the alarm when you unlock the door. If you have Ring, this is a great way to go. 5Good Lock for home automation I've had this lock for about a month now. Installation was simple. The smartkey feature made it easy to re-key it to match my existing Kwikset locks.Programming is fairly simple. You can program and operate it Without a Z-wave controller system. Without a Z-wave system you can manually program two access codes. With a Z-wave controller system you can program up to 30 codes. The lock creates an "Alarm" device as a sub-device on your Z-wave controller which relays a long list of events you can use as triggers.For example, when a user code is entered to unlock the door and it's night, I have the entryway light come on. When the door is locked from the outside, I turn off all lights in the house.You cannot operate it with a handheld controller. You need to have a computerized controller like Mi Casa Verde or Homeseer and your Z-wave interface or USB stick needs to have the latest firmware. I had to update my WDUSB-10 USB stick in order to make it work.While this lock has only 5 buttons vs the 10 buttons on the Schlage lock, The Schlage lock allows only 4 digit combinations where the Kwikset allows 4 to 8 digits.4 to 8 digit codes from 5 buttons = 390,625 permutations4 digit codes from 10 buttons = 10,000 permutationsUpdate: I recently bought another one for my garage side door. The product has been updated since the first one I bought. The new unit is functionally identical but the build quality seems much better now. Not that it was bad before but this one seems sturdier overall. 5Not directly Echo Plus compatible, the Zigbee model (99100-044) is Echo Plus Compatible. I ordered this to be used with my Echo Prime. Unfortunately, it is Zwave and not Zigbee. If you have an Echo Plus and not Zwave controller be sure to purchase this item instead: Kwikset 99100-044 SmartCode ZigBee Touchpad Smart Lock. They are the exact same price. :)I purchased the Zwave model on-sale 11-30-17 and upon receipt 12-04-17, Amazon would not allow me to exchange the Zwave model for the Zigbee (Echo Plus) model without paying full-price for the Zibee model. I am going to make this work but was hoping to keep everything Zigbee and not introduce a Zwave hub to my smart home system.FYI, the keypad extends 1/8 inch farther from the doorKwikset 99100-044 SmartCode ZigBee Touchpad Smart Lock works with Echo Plus & Alexa, featuring SmartKey, Satin Nickel than the previous lock causing it to contact my storm door handle when closing. Eventually, there will be a mark on both. 4Great Support, Company takes care of customers No Z-wave daughter card. The single reason I purchased this lock was for the z-wave functionality as advertised on the listing. When I received the product and performed the installation, the final step is to make sure the RF daughter card is installed. There is no such card in the box nor in the slot where it is supposed to be. Trying to contact support, but I'm not hopeful. I don't want to go through the hassle of sending this back. I would rather just have them send me the daughter card that was supposed to be included.UPDATE June 2018I want to publicly thank the stellar support team for Kwikset. Within a few days of emailing their support, a UPS label was emailed to me to return the defective item. A few more days after that, a brand new unit arrived. I took the new unit out of the box, but the defective one in the box, and sent it back. Thank you! It works great now. 5Secret to Frustration-Free Z-wave Pairing Here's the secret to easy pairing (and not covered in the instructions): Before anything else, pair the lock with your hub.Here's the reason. These locks require "secure" pairing with the hub and that requires a stronger than usual signal from the hub. If you wait until lock is installed, signal may be strong enough to pair but not to securely pair. This leads, as I learned from sorry experience, to squirrelly behavior. Took a very knowledgable tech person from my z-wave hub manufacturer to figure this out and had to look at some fairly obscure hub data to see lock was paired but not securely paired..So, the details of how to do the "first thing" pairing. Grab the smart end of the lock (the piece that goes inside the door) out of the box. Pull off the shiny plastic decorative cover to reveal the battery holder and programming buttons (not to be confused with the pin-entering buttons on the lock component that goes outside the door). Pull out the battery holder, insert 4 AA's, and reinsert the battery holder. (Make sure arrows at top of battery holder point toward where the door will eventually be located.)Now lay the lock component, programming button side up, right next to your hub. Let them touch, why not. Put your hub in Inclusion mode (your hub instructions will explain how). ONLY THEN, put the lock component in Z-Wave inclusion mode by pushing the upper left "A" button once (For ZigBee instead of Z-wave, check directions buried in middle of installation instructions; on my model, I push the upper right "A" button 4 times.) Leave that third button, bottom center, alone: you will use it later to program pin codes to operate the lock manually.Hub should then quickly find and include your lock. Have yet to have this fail.Now, pick up the instructions that came with the lock and start the physical installation. Your lock has been paired even if you pull out batteries during installation, wait a couple of days, or whatever.Over the years, I have put in more than a half dozen of these in two houses, two different hubs. So, I obviously like them. But there have been many hours of trying to include them, exclude them to try again to include, do factory resets, and such. Until I learned the preceding trick. Now, I can change out an old bolt lock and put in the new one in 10 minutes. 5Smartthings app makes this lock awesome! I have to say that this deadbolt has been working perfectly since day one. I waited a little while to review because of some of the not so great reviews I read. However if using a smartthings hub make sure after you setup that you go to automations and add smartapps, under the Samsung recommends section there is an app for locks, this allows you to not only monitor and work the lock but also to track all lock functions as well as add, change, or delete user codes without the manual button way. It's great for letting someone in once and then deleting if necessary. It also notifies you of unlocking based on mode. It really makes this lock very user friendly. I'm assuming some older reviews may not know about it or maybe it wasn't an option earlier. But this really has worked out perfectly for my needs. 5Lasted about 9 months before it died Had this lock installed for about a 9 months.Came home recently and the dead bolt thumb turn was sticky and the automatic locking motor kept faulting out.Took it apart (I'm a handy kind of person) and found the detent pin on the main rotation gear (keeps the lock from going beyond the stops) had come out and was jammed in the mechanism.I put the pin back where it was supposed to go and put it all back together. Tested it and it worked beautiful for about 5 minutes... then the pin popped out again and this time the lock was jammed hard.Wound up replacing it with a different brand smart lock.I'm not going to talk about the other lock much, but I will say this.Compared to the new lock, the Kwikset 910 Z-Wave is really not very high quality.The internal mechanism is plastic gears and the whole thing just feels kind of flimsy.The new lock is rock solid and sturdy. I'll see how long it lasts, but I can tell right away that it's at least more heavy duty than the Kwikset.Pros:Easy to install (literally about 10 minutes)Smart-Key lets you re-key the lock to your existing key (as long as it's a kwikset compatible key)Smooth operationIntegrates with Wink and other smart home controllers relatively easyAllows variable user PIN code lengths (didn't realize this was a nice feature until I installed the new one)Cons:Flimsy build (plastic internal parts, thin housing material).Strike plate is thin which makes it easy to break open the door if wantedNo alarmingLoud gear mechanism (like... really loud).The flimsy build is my biggest issue with the lock. For a home security device (which a smart deadbolt should be) it should be built out of more sturdy material. 2Too bad it uses SmartThings, big mistake. Update after two years. The lock works great and I have only had to replace the batteries once. It s realky a top notch product. SmartThings on the other hand, sucks and you need to use them together to use all the features. SmartThings is constantly losing accessories and I am always having to reset sensors and less occasionally my door lock. It s pretty good about geo fencing my phone and unlocking my door until it stops working after a few months. SmartThings has also not worked when I am away from home and needing to let someone in, I have to give them the code, and who wants their shady drug dealer standing out front of your place for hours for the whole world to see? Or having the code to your front door?I bought this a year ago now, and it has worked perfectly the entire year. It is so convenient to come home and have the door unlock itself, if i forget to lock it and my smartthings hub senses my phone is away it locks itself. It works perfectly every time, and it is the only thing smartthings is good for. The only reason I am rating it slightly lower is because you cannot setup your entry codes with your phone, you have to do them manually, which is silly to me. 1Great if installed correctly. First off, you can't just take this lock and swap out your existing lock if your door isn't square and the existing dead bolt hole is in anyway impeding the operation of the bolt. I installed this no problem, however, due to the bolt rubbing on the existing bolt hole, it made a clicking noise and wouldn't lock completely. To fix this I took a chisel and hollowed out the hole for the bolt so it wasn't rubbing on the wood in any way. After that it operated perfectly.Additionally, to re-calibrate this bolt, you need to remove the battery sled, press the lock button a few times to drain any remaining power, then hold the lock button and re-insert the battery sled, while still holding the lock button for a few seconds the lock will re-calibrate. This information wasn't in the instructions but it's how you flip the electronic lock depending on which way your door opens.Have had this lock installed for a few week and it's operating really well. My front door is under a covered porch, so I'm not sure how it would operate over time if completely exposed to the weather, but I impressed so far. 5great zwave device for automation (works great with 2Gig Go Control Panel) I got this as part of my 2Gig Go Control alarm system install. I would assume that this works with any alarm system or hub that is capable of talking "Z-Wave". This has worked wonderfully for us. No more getting locked out or forgetting the keys, we just hit the lock button on the way out and punch our entrance code when we return. Its so easy that about a year ago my now 5 year old started punching her own code in when we would get home.Since this is a Z-wave device, you can pretty much control it via your alarm system's app or automate it so that it locks automatically when you set the alarm or unlock automatically when you disable the alarm. As far as batteries go, they last about 6 months or so and that's with us constantly going in and out. I have been tempted to get more for the other doors (currently it resides in our garage door), but still mulling that over.Update: 05/19/16While fixing the door handle that "lives" underneath this deadbolt, I realized that this device has Kwikset's re-key technology. It had never occurred to me to re-key this device. I was able to re-key it and we can now use the same set of keys as the rest of the house. Not a big deal as you almost never use the key hole, but its just another bonus feature to this device.As for the device, I recently replaced the batteries with some new lithium batteries and wow, big difference. I was starting to wonder if this thing was going out since occasionally it seemed to make funny noises while locking or unlocking. I was never sure if it was just the batteries or this thing slowly giving out. For us we honestly use it a lot, so with these new set of batteries, it is working as if new. We love it! Good luck! 5
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I love this lock I recently installed the whole Ring security system which is fantastic. I wanted to add a door lock that integrated in with it. This was one of the certified compatible one's listed by Ring and it fit the bill for what I wanted. Works perfectly. The integration with Ring was seamless and simple. I particularly like that it will disable the alarm when you unlock the door. If you have Ring, this is a great way to go. 5Good Lock for home automation I've had this lock for about a month now. Installation was simple. The smartkey feature made it easy to re-key it to match my existing Kwikset locks.Programming is fairly simple. You can program and operate it Without a Z-wave controller system. Without a Z-wave system you can manually program two access codes. With a Z-wave controller system you can program up to 30 codes. The lock creates an "Alarm" device as a sub-device on your Z-wave controller which relays a long list of events you can use as triggers.For example, when a user code is entered to unlock the door and it's night, I have the entryway light come on. When the door is locked from the outside, I turn off all lights in the house.You cannot operate it with a handheld controller. You need to have a computerized controller like Mi Casa Verde or Homeseer and your Z-wave interface or USB stick needs to have the latest firmware. I had to update my WDUSB-10 USB stick in order to make it work.While this lock has only 5 buttons vs the 10 buttons on the Schlage lock, The Schlage lock allows only 4 digit combinations where the Kwikset allows 4 to 8 digits.4 to 8 digit codes from 5 buttons = 390,625 permutations4 digit codes from 10 buttons = 10,000 permutationsUpdate: I recently bought another one for my garage side door. The product has been updated since the first one I bought. The new unit is functionally identical but the build quality seems much better now. Not that it was bad before but this one seems sturdier overall. 5Not directly Echo Plus compatible, the Zigbee model (99100-044) is Echo Plus Compatible. I ordered this to be used with my Echo Prime. Unfortunately, it is Zwave and not Zigbee. If you have an Echo Plus and not Zwave controller be sure to purchase this item instead: Kwikset 99100-044 SmartCode ZigBee Touchpad Smart Lock. They are the exact same price. :)I purchased the Zwave model on-sale 11-30-17 and upon receipt 12-04-17, Amazon would not allow me to exchange the Zwave model for the Zigbee (Echo Plus) model without paying full-price for the Zibee model. I am going to make this work but was hoping to keep everything Zigbee and not introduce a Zwave hub to my smart home system.FYI, the keypad extends 1/8 inch farther from the doorKwikset 99100-044 SmartCode ZigBee Touchpad Smart Lock works with Echo Plus & Alexa, featuring SmartKey, Satin Nickel than the previous lock causing it to contact my storm door handle when closing. Eventually, there will be a mark on both. 4Great Support, Company takes care of customers No Z-wave daughter card. The single reason I purchased this lock was for the z-wave functionality as advertised on the listing. When I received the product and performed the installation, the final step is to make sure the RF daughter card is installed. There is no such card in the box nor in the slot where it is supposed to be. Trying to contact support, but I'm not hopeful. I don't want to go through the hassle of sending this back. I would rather just have them send me the daughter card that was supposed to be included.UPDATE June 2018I want to publicly thank the stellar support team for Kwikset. Within a few days of emailing their support, a UPS label was emailed to me to return the defective item. A few more days after that, a brand new unit arrived. I took the new unit out of the box, but the defective one in the box, and sent it back. Thank you! It works great now. 5Secret to Frustration-Free Z-wave Pairing Here's the secret to easy pairing (and not covered in the instructions): Before anything else, pair the lock with your hub.Here's the reason. These locks require "secure" pairing with the hub and that requires a stronger than usual signal from the hub. If you wait until lock is installed, signal may be strong enough to pair but not to securely pair. This leads, as I learned from sorry experience, to squirrelly behavior. Took a very knowledgable tech person from my z-wave hub manufacturer to figure this out and had to look at some fairly obscure hub data to see lock was paired but not securely paired..So, the details of how to do the "first thing" pairing. Grab the smart end of the lock (the piece that goes inside the door) out of the box. Pull off the shiny plastic decorative cover to reveal the battery holder and programming buttons (not to be confused with the pin-entering buttons on the lock component that goes outside the door). Pull out the battery holder, insert 4 AA's, and reinsert the battery holder. (Make sure arrows at top of battery holder point toward where the door will eventually be located.)Now lay the lock component, programming button side up, right next to your hub. Let them touch, why not. Put your hub in Inclusion mode (your hub instructions will explain how). ONLY THEN, put the lock component in Z-Wave inclusion mode by pushing the upper left "A" button once (For ZigBee instead of Z-wave, check directions buried in middle of installation instructions; on my model, I push the upper right "A" button 4 times.) Leave that third button, bottom center, alone: you will use it later to program pin codes to operate the lock manually.Hub should then quickly find and include your lock. Have yet to have this fail.Now, pick up the instructions that came with the lock and start the physical installation. Your lock has been paired even if you pull out batteries during installation, wait a couple of days, or whatever.Over the years, I have put in more than a half dozen of these in two houses, two different hubs. So, I obviously like them. But there have been many hours of trying to include them, exclude them to try again to include, do factory resets, and such. Until I learned the preceding trick. Now, I can change out an old bolt lock and put in the new one in 10 minutes. 5Smartthings app makes this lock awesome! I have to say that this deadbolt has been working perfectly since day one. I waited a little while to review because of some of the not so great reviews I read. However if using a smartthings hub make sure after you setup that you go to automations and add smartapps, under the Samsung recommends section there is an app for locks, this allows you to not only monitor and work the lock but also to track all lock functions as well as add, change, or delete user codes without the manual button way. It's great for letting someone in once and then deleting if necessary. It also notifies you of unlocking based on mode. It really makes this lock very user friendly. I'm assuming some older reviews may not know about it or maybe it wasn't an option earlier. But this really has worked out perfectly for my needs. 5Lasted about 9 months before it died Had this lock installed for about a 9 months.Came home recently and the dead bolt thumb turn was sticky and the automatic locking motor kept faulting out.Took it apart (I'm a handy kind of person) and found the detent pin on the main rotation gear (keeps the lock from going beyond the stops) had come out and was jammed in the mechanism.I put the pin back where it was supposed to go and put it all back together. Tested it and it worked beautiful for about 5 minutes... then the pin popped out again and this time the lock was jammed hard.Wound up replacing it with a different brand smart lock.I'm not going to talk about the other lock much, but I will say this.Compared to the new lock, the Kwikset 910 Z-Wave is really not very high quality.The internal mechanism is plastic gears and the whole thing just feels kind of flimsy.The new lock is rock solid and sturdy. I'll see how long it lasts, but I can tell right away that it's at least more heavy duty than the Kwikset.Pros:Easy to install (literally about 10 minutes)Smart-Key lets you re-key the lock to your existing key (as long as it's a kwikset compatible key)Smooth operationIntegrates with Wink and other smart home controllers relatively easyAllows variable user PIN code lengths (didn't realize this was a nice feature until I installed the new one)Cons:Flimsy build (plastic internal parts, thin housing material).Strike plate is thin which makes it easy to break open the door if wantedNo alarmingLoud gear mechanism (like... really loud).The flimsy build is my biggest issue with the lock. For a home security device (which a smart deadbolt should be) it should be built out of more sturdy material. 2Too bad it uses SmartThings, big mistake. Update after two years. The lock works great and I have only had to replace the batteries once. It s realky a top notch product. SmartThings on the other hand, sucks and you need to use them together to use all the features. SmartThings is constantly losing accessories and I am always having to reset sensors and less occasionally my door lock. It s pretty good about geo fencing my phone and unlocking my door until it stops working after a few months. SmartThings has also not worked when I am away from home and needing to let someone in, I have to give them the code, and who wants their shady drug dealer standing out front of your place for hours for the whole world to see? Or having the code to your front door?I bought this a year ago now, and it has worked perfectly the entire year. It is so convenient to come home and have the door unlock itself, if i forget to lock it and my smartthings hub senses my phone is away it locks itself. It works perfectly every time, and it is the only thing smartthings is good for. The only reason I am rating it slightly lower is because you cannot setup your entry codes with your phone, you have to do them manually, which is silly to me. 1Great if installed correctly. First off, you can't just take this lock and swap out your existing lock if your door isn't square and the existing dead bolt hole is in anyway impeding the operation of the bolt. I installed this no problem, however, due to the bolt rubbing on the existing bolt hole, it made a clicking noise and wouldn't lock completely. To fix this I took a chisel and hollowed out the hole for the bolt so it wasn't rubbing on the wood in any way. After that it operated perfectly.Additionally, to re-calibrate this bolt, you need to remove the battery sled, press the lock button a few times to drain any remaining power, then hold the lock button and re-insert the battery sled, while still holding the lock button for a few seconds the lock will re-calibrate. This information wasn't in the instructions but it's how you flip the electronic lock depending on which way your door opens.Have had this lock installed for a few week and it's operating really well. My front door is under a covered porch, so I'm not sure how it would operate over time if completely exposed to the weather, but I impressed so far. 5great zwave device for automation (works great with 2Gig Go Control Panel) I got this as part of my 2Gig Go Control alarm system install. I would assume that this works with any alarm system or hub that is capable of talking "Z-Wave". This has worked wonderfully for us. No more getting locked out or forgetting the keys, we just hit the lock button on the way out and punch our entrance code when we return. Its so easy that about a year ago my now 5 year old started punching her own code in when we would get home.Since this is a Z-wave device, you can pretty much control it via your alarm system's app or automate it so that it locks automatically when you set the alarm or unlock automatically when you disable the alarm. As far as batteries go, they last about 6 months or so and that's with us constantly going in and out. I have been tempted to get more for the other doors (currently it resides in our garage door), but still mulling that over.Update: 05/19/16While fixing the door handle that "lives" underneath this deadbolt, I realized that this device has Kwikset's re-key technology. It had never occurred to me to re-key this device. I was able to re-key it and we can now use the same set of keys as the rest of the house. Not a big deal as you almost never use the key hole, but its just another bonus feature to this device.As for the device, I recently replaced the batteries with some new lithium batteries and wow, big difference. I was starting to wonder if this thing was going out since occasionally it seemed to make funny noises while locking or unlocking. I was never sure if it was just the batteries or this thing slowly giving out. For us we honestly use it a lot, so with these new set of batteries, it is working as if new. We love it! Good luck! 5
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