• Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
  • Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris
Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris

Kwikset 916 Z-Wave SmartCode Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt, Featuring SmartKey in Polished Brass, Works with Alexa via SmartThings, Wink, or Iris

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  • SmartCode 916 is a one-touch locking motorized deadbolt that allows you to enter your home with the convenience of keyless entry and the back-lit keypad provides increased visibility
  • Does NOT work via Zigbee or Amazon Key, and is incompatible with Xfinity
  • Works With Alexa for voice control (hub required, Alexa device and hub are sold separately)
  • Requires 4 AA batteries, purchased separately
  • Easily installs in minutes with just a screwdriver

Customer Reviews

Nice to be able to use the full 0-9 codes, but weather/moisture can make entry quick difficult Lock works great, just like any other Z-Wave deadbolt from Kwikset. My old one was on its last leg, so I swapped it with this. I was able to re-use all my SmartThings apps, and most of the configuration. The upside is now I can use real codes, instead of having to convert them to the 0/1 2/3 4/5 etc codes.There are two downsides I can think of:1) If it's really moist outside, or your hands are sweaty, this thing is pretty darn impossible to use. Wipe your fingers, blow on them, etc, and maybe even wipe the 'screen' with your shirt. If it's inclement weather, you might actually be stranded outside your house. Please be aware of that.2) On the older versions without the capacitive 'touchscreen,' it just so happens that you can leave the interior cover unscrewed. The cover then just slides easily off vertically -- essentially on rails, of sorts. With this new unit, it pulls off straight towards you...meaning you really have to leave the machine screws in to keep the cover in place, versus gravity on the old unit. Problem is, you've got to keep the allen wrench in a drawer near by. Just makes it that much less user-friendly. These sorts of locks ANNIHILATE typical rechargeable batteries. On a regular household, I would be surprised if they survived even a 30-day period. I've had Kwikset Z-Wave locks for many years, so this does not bother me. I'm sure if I came from something far more efficient, I'd be very unhappy. 4I cannot recommend this to anyone We received the Kwikset device and installed it with our new door. The installation went fine, connecting to our hub and then to Alexa went fine. The issues started about a week into using it, it reported the batteries were dead. They were new batteries, but they were generics, so I replaced them with energizer batteries. A week later, dead again. Due to this, I opened a case with Spectrum brands support, they asked for pictures of the installation, and then sent me out a new lock. Again installation went well, but a week in and the batteries died again. Contacted support again, they walked me through a process to "drain any power from the lock". Then she had me put in some Duracell batteries. Again, a week later, dead again. Contacted support yet again, they asked for pictures, but this time it took a month to get the replacement.While this third one does not appear to have the battery issue, it does seem that the touch pad does not always work correctly. Since that is not to bad, I will deal with it, as I am afraid if I were to replace it again, I would be back to the battery issues.I cannot recommend this product for anyone who wants a smart lock. Maybe their Kevo is better, but you lose the keypad with that. 2Best paired with an intuitive app for full benefits Can't comment on others experiences but, my family and I really like this lock.The lock looks exquisite.I have mine setup on z-wave with a repeater close to the lock. As well, I have my system set to only "ping" the lock when in use. Multiple 'pings" or requests for status drain the battery.Our family has had this lock since Dec 1 and we use it 10-15 times per day and battery life remains very strong. (will update if it changes)We found it best to set the master code in the lock then program user codes through our security app. (This is a recommended security feature).UPDATE: 11/18/2018I have no complaints to date.We have had this lock installed for nearly 1 year. I placed a set of Energizer Lithium batteries in the lock and have not had to change them yet. As I said before, we have two repeaters between the lock and z-wave controller; one close to the lock and one close to the controller. The lock is directly exposed to the sun and I haven't experienced any cracks in the screen. This may be due to leaving the protective cover in place. The cover is kind of like having a shatter protector on your cell phone. 5Great Unit Check it Carefully When Opening As for the product itself, it is great, I love them. Buyer beware buying them from Amazon. I purchased 3 of these units. One was factory fresh out of the box, because the screen still had the sticky cover on it and the protective clear plastic cover in place. The other two were obvious returns. I know why these units get returned because it requires you to read the instructions, carefully to program and rekey. One unit would not function with the keys in the box, so unless you have the Kwikset rekey cradle to remove the cylinder and reset it or take it to a Kwikset dealer you could not rekey the unit. Fortunately I have the cradle so I was able to reset the cylinder and rekey the unit. The other unit was "over programmed" meaning someone had loaded more than 30 codes into it obviously they were not doing it right and returned the unit. Not difficult IF you read the instructions. Do a full factory reset which is not difficult and then program normally. Amazon need to look at these units when accepting returns. 49 months and starts eating batteries every 1 week, now the replacement will not initiate. I normally write positive reviews, but I can say Kwikset is a big fail. It was a lot of effort to just get this lock working properly and once I did I programmed it using the Z-Wave with my Honeywell Lynx Touch 7000. That was a lot of trial and error and the instructions were either not clear or not even there. I had to use youtube to find some examples. Fast forward 9 months and suddenly batteries are getting eat up once a week. It does not matter if I use Energizer Max Alkaline, similar Duracell, or even the Lithium Energizer, they are dead in a week though the Lithium lated 2 weeks. But at that rate it is pretty much a bill every month.After that I contacted Kwikset support and was able to reach a person. After a few questions and emailing my proof of purchase (Thank goodness I got them on Amazon because I could print out my purchase), Kwikset mailed me a replacement. It took at least 2 weeks to get the new replacement, about 2 sets of batteries later. Now I just replaced the old Kwikset with the new one and it fails to do what is called "door handling process", which is supposedly crucial to the lock operation. Basically once you insert the battery pack, the lock will open and close and finally display a column of numbers on the outside panel. Well, if never did anything, just sits there. I did a factory reset twice and it finally opens and closes the lock, but I never get any confirmation on the outside panel that it was successful. I cannot tell you how frustrating this lock is.I am going to have to contact support yet again and see if they have any ideas, and if I can get it setup, I still have to program it with my Honeywell security system. I have to say I will NEVER get an electronic lock from Kwikset again. The fact this thing cost a whopping $200 just makes me go through the agony of working with support to try and make it work.To add to the frustration, over the 9 months I had this lock there were three occasions that the lock lost connection to my Honeywell Lynx and it is not distance or anything. This lock is simply not designed well. Personally I would avoid it.Update: 08OCT2018Another complaint against Kwikset. The Installation Guide that come in the box shows on step 9 all you need to do is put the batteries in the special case, make sure the door is open, and insert the battery pack in the lock, and it will start doing a door handling process. That never happened for me, but there is a section G that says to press and hold the center button while inserting the battery pack, and then pressing the button again. This finally worked, but I wasted a lot of time trying to find this out. Why Kwikset doesn't put this simple instruction next to step 9 where you are already in a step to try and initiate the lock where this condition could happen is beyond me. Kwikset needs to change that. Unfortunately my Honeywell Lyric Touch 7000 still shows a message for my lock "Still not Ready". The drama continues...UPDATE 08OCT2018 Part 2 ---It turns out that the message "Still not Ready" was because I had existing users in my Honeywell Lynx Touch 7000 panel conflicting when it tried to sync. The message is horrible and I had to figure this out digging into all sorts of troubleshooting. To help save someone all this grief below are the steps in case you run into this and have a Honeywell Lynx Touch L7000 panel. To add, my Kwikset replacement was an updated version that had Z-Wave Plus. My security service said the Honeywell L7000 Z-Wave module was not compatible. I contacted Honyewell and they said it was, and sure enough it all worked once I did the proper steps.Steps for Kwikset to work with Lynx 7000 --- 1. On Honeywell L7000 panel select Security > More > Tools > enter Installer Code 2. Go to Users > DELETE all users associated with the Kwikset lock 4. On Kwikset 916 lock remove battery pack 5. Press and hold center button on lock 6. Insert battery pack and continue to hold button, this can take up to 30 seconds 7.A long beep will sound > Let go of button > Press the button one more time 8. Kwikset lock will start a door handling process ; latch bolt will go in and out. 9. On the Honeywell L7000 panel select Automation > Scroll down to find Tools > press Include Devices 10. When prompted to register device press the A button on the Kwikset lock (NOT THE center button) 11. Once the Honeywell L7000 finds the Kwikset it should beep. 12. It should take only a minute or two for the Kwikset lock to sync. 13. On Honeywell L7000 panel select Security > More > Tools > enter Installer Code 14. Go to Users > create a User and associate it with the Z-Wave lock. 15. Users will quickly sync and you should be able to open the Kwikset lock using a user code. 1Better than giving a key out There is a KwikSet 916 set to work with Amazon's Alexa, Z-Wave, Z-Wave Plus (updated Z-Wave), or Zigbee controllers. You'll need to know what smart controller you plan to sync the electronic lock to. One doesn't need to sync to a smart home controller for it to work, just to take advantage of programming possibilities as well as have up to 30 unique pincodes (you are limited to 16 w/out a smart home controller). KwikSet does sell a controller that one can sync to a wireless router as an alternative to a smart home controller. Think KwikSet's controller is about $90.Replacing an existing deadbolt is straightforward, the instructions were well written, albeit a bit small to read. Suggest going to KwikSet's website to watch the video on installation. If you are going to installing w/ a home controller, it may be required to connect the two halves and power up within 3 to 5 feet of the controller. This is to ensure a secure pairing with a low-powered signal from the controller to the electronic lock.The outside faceplace is no thicker than a standard deadlock. The inside faceplace is thicker as this holds the 4-AA battery pack (4 batteries were included).To wake up the lock, press one's palm or three fingers on the faceplace. If you have the added security feature activated (there is a dip-switch setting to turn this on/off) two random numbers will appear (e.g.: 3 and 8). You can press these numbers in low number to high number or vice-versa. After this, all the entries will light up on the faceplace. This is where you enter the unlock pincode (four to ten digit number).If one enters a bad or incomplete pincode, the faceplate will flash the 1 3 5 7 9 numbers and then re-display all the values again. As I am writing this, do not recall if there is a lockout if a bad pincode is entered multiple times. Will read through the documents again. With it synced with a controller, you'll get a message it time it is used.Different home controllers may offer different options, like restricting certain pincodes to certain day(s)/certain time(s) or a specific date and time-window. Each should allow you to receive a text message or email any time the lock is engaged.Took about 30 minutes to install, included time to read the instructions and remove the old deadlock. After one attaches the outside and inside faceplates suggest to not test the lock as the internal mechanism needs to zero-out the throw of the lock. There is a step in the instructions after installing the outside faceplace with the inside mounting bracket so as to test the lock movement.If you already are using KwikSet locks, you can re-key the new lock w/ your existing keys. If you do not have Kwikset locks, then there is a set to check your current home key w/ the lock for compatibility. The re-keying of the lock takes 5 seconds and the re-key tool is included w/ the kit.Have written KwikSet if there is a lockout after repeated 'bad' pincode entries. 5Kwikset 916 Z-Wave Smartcode It works, but not perfectly. Can set access codes for us and the pet sitter. Since I already had Kwikset locks on my house, I was able to use my current key wtih this systemUpdate: I dropped this two stars. I dropped this one star because I only got only 36 DAYS for the first set of batteries since I installed it. And the lock isn't even used much. All "extras' had been turned off. The second star was dropped because of the false advertising by "Larry" in the 2015 Youtube video at a trade show was asked about battery life and he said "the batteries will last 1 full year at 10 cycles per day." THAT IS AN ABSOLUTE LIE.Update February 3, 2019. After installing new batteries, it doesn't take long for the low battery LED indicator to blink. Last time it happened I just let it blink several months and the lock continued to work. I put new batteries in on Feb 1 because I wanted to make sure my pet sitter didn't have a problem. So far the LED is not blinking. Will update and let you know when it starts. 3Horrible battery life I wanted to love this, was completely excited about it but the battery life is horrible!! We have this almost 4 months now and the batteries die every 2 weeks! I just changed the batteries again (after the lock being dead for a month now) and I'm on hold with customer support (waiting 15 min now). It's not worth replacing the batteries every two weeks. I always bring my keys with me in case I come home one day to a dead lock that won't let me in...which defeats the whole point of the key-less entry. The touchscreen is not very sensitive either. I have to hit it hard, multiple times, before the keypad will light up. After a few days with fresh batteries, the keypad stops lighting up all together but I can blindly press the numbers where I think they are and it still works...for a week or so at least until the batteries die completely.Maybe I just received a bad one... 1Screen Cracked after 2 and half years Screen Cracked after 2 and half years. I read all kinds of complaint on battery performance, not meeting expectations. This thing worked like a champ even with a cracked touch screen. Most of the complaints read like bad installations on old doors. Im still on the original batteries 2.5 years later! If the lock is not up correctly this will burn up batteries. Minus 2 stars for the screen cracking. Currently on hold with Kwickset warranty line to see how they will handle this issue. Was on hold 25 minutes not good got a nice guy who could not help me!!! More on hold and the back of the line! opps just took off another star. " I got a bad felling about this"!!!******U P D A T E****** Added 1 star as they are sending me a replacement. I will update with information on shipping time of the replacement and add or subtract stars depending performance of the warranty replacement.****2 N D U P D A T E**** 7-20-2018 Well Kwikset delivered as promised. I just received a complete new lock system. So back to full 5 stars... 5Looks great, works great This deadbolt is very attractive, and matched the existing hardware on my 30-year-old house. So if you've got "aged bronze" hardware, this will look good alongside it.First and foremost, as a "dumb lock" it's great. The action is very smooth on it, installation was a snap with basic hand tools, and the "SmartKey" re-keying is amazing. To clarify, SmartKey is a mechanical technology unrelated to "smart home" stuff. It allows you to re-key the lock using a small tool and your existing lock's key. It works like magic and saved me a trip to Home Depot or a locksmith to have the deadbolt rekeyed.The keypad was the main reason I bought this lock, and it works really well. It is bright, clear, accurate, and responsive. The roof extends over my front door and protects it from the elements, so I can't speak to whether it works as well in a wet environment; by the same token, we live in a temperate climate so I can't speak to how well it works in sub-zero temperatures. That said, it gets cold enough to frost here, and I've never had an issue with it recognizing input.I've had the lock installed for almost two months, and the batteries still show 100% even I wind up using the keypad or SmartThings app to unlock the door several times a day.While I've had a lot of trouble setting this up as a Z-Wave device on my SmartThings hub, I attribute that more to the hub and its lackluster app and support than I do to the lock. My Samsung account got set up as a European account rather than a US account (probably due to my user error, but I don't remember it ever asking for a region), so as a result the lock never showed up on the "add Thing" screen. I was eventually (through many, many, many trials) able to get the SmartThings hub to recognize it as a generic Z-Wave lock, and now it works great.Overall I'm very happy with this lock and would recommend it to anyone who asked. 5
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Nice to be able to use the full 0-9 codes, but weather/moisture can make entry quick difficult Lock works great, just like any other Z-Wave deadbolt from Kwikset. My old one was on its last leg, so I swapped it with this. I was able to re-use all my SmartThings apps, and most of the configuration. The upside is now I can use real codes, instead of having to convert them to the 0/1 2/3 4/5 etc codes.There are two downsides I can think of:1) If it's really moist outside, or your hands are sweaty, this thing is pretty darn impossible to use. Wipe your fingers, blow on them, etc, and maybe even wipe the 'screen' with your shirt. If it's inclement weather, you might actually be stranded outside your house. Please be aware of that.2) On the older versions without the capacitive 'touchscreen,' it just so happens that you can leave the interior cover unscrewed. The cover then just slides easily off vertically -- essentially on rails, of sorts. With this new unit, it pulls off straight towards you...meaning you really have to leave the machine screws in to keep the cover in place, versus gravity on the old unit. Problem is, you've got to keep the allen wrench in a drawer near by. Just makes it that much less user-friendly. These sorts of locks ANNIHILATE typical rechargeable batteries. On a regular household, I would be surprised if they survived even a 30-day period. I've had Kwikset Z-Wave locks for many years, so this does not bother me. I'm sure if I came from something far more efficient, I'd be very unhappy. 4I cannot recommend this to anyone We received the Kwikset device and installed it with our new door. The installation went fine, connecting to our hub and then to Alexa went fine. The issues started about a week into using it, it reported the batteries were dead. They were new batteries, but they were generics, so I replaced them with energizer batteries. A week later, dead again. Due to this, I opened a case with Spectrum brands support, they asked for pictures of the installation, and then sent me out a new lock. Again installation went well, but a week in and the batteries died again. Contacted support again, they walked me through a process to "drain any power from the lock". Then she had me put in some Duracell batteries. Again, a week later, dead again. Contacted support yet again, they asked for pictures, but this time it took a month to get the replacement.While this third one does not appear to have the battery issue, it does seem that the touch pad does not always work correctly. Since that is not to bad, I will deal with it, as I am afraid if I were to replace it again, I would be back to the battery issues.I cannot recommend this product for anyone who wants a smart lock. Maybe their Kevo is better, but you lose the keypad with that. 2Best paired with an intuitive app for full benefits Can't comment on others experiences but, my family and I really like this lock.The lock looks exquisite.I have mine setup on z-wave with a repeater close to the lock. As well, I have my system set to only "ping" the lock when in use. Multiple 'pings" or requests for status drain the battery.Our family has had this lock since Dec 1 and we use it 10-15 times per day and battery life remains very strong. (will update if it changes)We found it best to set the master code in the lock then program user codes through our security app. (This is a recommended security feature).UPDATE: 11/18/2018I have no complaints to date.We have had this lock installed for nearly 1 year. I placed a set of Energizer Lithium batteries in the lock and have not had to change them yet. As I said before, we have two repeaters between the lock and z-wave controller; one close to the lock and one close to the controller. The lock is directly exposed to the sun and I haven't experienced any cracks in the screen. This may be due to leaving the protective cover in place. The cover is kind of like having a shatter protector on your cell phone. 5Great Unit Check it Carefully When Opening As for the product itself, it is great, I love them. Buyer beware buying them from Amazon. I purchased 3 of these units. One was factory fresh out of the box, because the screen still had the sticky cover on it and the protective clear plastic cover in place. The other two were obvious returns. I know why these units get returned because it requires you to read the instructions, carefully to program and rekey. One unit would not function with the keys in the box, so unless you have the Kwikset rekey cradle to remove the cylinder and reset it or take it to a Kwikset dealer you could not rekey the unit. Fortunately I have the cradle so I was able to reset the cylinder and rekey the unit. The other unit was "over programmed" meaning someone had loaded more than 30 codes into it obviously they were not doing it right and returned the unit. Not difficult IF you read the instructions. Do a full factory reset which is not difficult and then program normally. Amazon need to look at these units when accepting returns. 49 months and starts eating batteries every 1 week, now the replacement will not initiate. I normally write positive reviews, but I can say Kwikset is a big fail. It was a lot of effort to just get this lock working properly and once I did I programmed it using the Z-Wave with my Honeywell Lynx Touch 7000. That was a lot of trial and error and the instructions were either not clear or not even there. I had to use youtube to find some examples. Fast forward 9 months and suddenly batteries are getting eat up once a week. It does not matter if I use Energizer Max Alkaline, similar Duracell, or even the Lithium Energizer, they are dead in a week though the Lithium lated 2 weeks. But at that rate it is pretty much a bill every month.After that I contacted Kwikset support and was able to reach a person. After a few questions and emailing my proof of purchase (Thank goodness I got them on Amazon because I could print out my purchase), Kwikset mailed me a replacement. It took at least 2 weeks to get the new replacement, about 2 sets of batteries later. Now I just replaced the old Kwikset with the new one and it fails to do what is called "door handling process", which is supposedly crucial to the lock operation. Basically once you insert the battery pack, the lock will open and close and finally display a column of numbers on the outside panel. Well, if never did anything, just sits there. I did a factory reset twice and it finally opens and closes the lock, but I never get any confirmation on the outside panel that it was successful. I cannot tell you how frustrating this lock is.I am going to have to contact support yet again and see if they have any ideas, and if I can get it setup, I still have to program it with my Honeywell security system. I have to say I will NEVER get an electronic lock from Kwikset again. The fact this thing cost a whopping $200 just makes me go through the agony of working with support to try and make it work.To add to the frustration, over the 9 months I had this lock there were three occasions that the lock lost connection to my Honeywell Lynx and it is not distance or anything. This lock is simply not designed well. Personally I would avoid it.Update: 08OCT2018Another complaint against Kwikset. The Installation Guide that come in the box shows on step 9 all you need to do is put the batteries in the special case, make sure the door is open, and insert the battery pack in the lock, and it will start doing a door handling process. That never happened for me, but there is a section G that says to press and hold the center button while inserting the battery pack, and then pressing the button again. This finally worked, but I wasted a lot of time trying to find this out. Why Kwikset doesn't put this simple instruction next to step 9 where you are already in a step to try and initiate the lock where this condition could happen is beyond me. Kwikset needs to change that. Unfortunately my Honeywell Lyric Touch 7000 still shows a message for my lock "Still not Ready". The drama continues...UPDATE 08OCT2018 Part 2 ---It turns out that the message "Still not Ready" was because I had existing users in my Honeywell Lynx Touch 7000 panel conflicting when it tried to sync. The message is horrible and I had to figure this out digging into all sorts of troubleshooting. To help save someone all this grief below are the steps in case you run into this and have a Honeywell Lynx Touch L7000 panel. To add, my Kwikset replacement was an updated version that had Z-Wave Plus. My security service said the Honeywell L7000 Z-Wave module was not compatible. I contacted Honyewell and they said it was, and sure enough it all worked once I did the proper steps.Steps for Kwikset to work with Lynx 7000 --- 1. On Honeywell L7000 panel select Security > More > Tools > enter Installer Code 2. Go to Users > DELETE all users associated with the Kwikset lock 4. On Kwikset 916 lock remove battery pack 5. Press and hold center button on lock 6. Insert battery pack and continue to hold button, this can take up to 30 seconds 7.A long beep will sound > Let go of button > Press the button one more time 8. Kwikset lock will start a door handling process ; latch bolt will go in and out. 9. On the Honeywell L7000 panel select Automation > Scroll down to find Tools > press Include Devices 10. When prompted to register device press the A button on the Kwikset lock (NOT THE center button) 11. Once the Honeywell L7000 finds the Kwikset it should beep. 12. It should take only a minute or two for the Kwikset lock to sync. 13. On Honeywell L7000 panel select Security > More > Tools > enter Installer Code 14. Go to Users > create a User and associate it with the Z-Wave lock. 15. Users will quickly sync and you should be able to open the Kwikset lock using a user code. 1Better than giving a key out There is a KwikSet 916 set to work with Amazon's Alexa, Z-Wave, Z-Wave Plus (updated Z-Wave), or Zigbee controllers. You'll need to know what smart controller you plan to sync the electronic lock to. One doesn't need to sync to a smart home controller for it to work, just to take advantage of programming possibilities as well as have up to 30 unique pincodes (you are limited to 16 w/out a smart home controller). KwikSet does sell a controller that one can sync to a wireless router as an alternative to a smart home controller. Think KwikSet's controller is about $90.Replacing an existing deadbolt is straightforward, the instructions were well written, albeit a bit small to read. Suggest going to KwikSet's website to watch the video on installation. If you are going to installing w/ a home controller, it may be required to connect the two halves and power up within 3 to 5 feet of the controller. This is to ensure a secure pairing with a low-powered signal from the controller to the electronic lock.The outside faceplace is no thicker than a standard deadlock. The inside faceplace is thicker as this holds the 4-AA battery pack (4 batteries were included).To wake up the lock, press one's palm or three fingers on the faceplace. If you have the added security feature activated (there is a dip-switch setting to turn this on/off) two random numbers will appear (e.g.: 3 and 8). You can press these numbers in low number to high number or vice-versa. After this, all the entries will light up on the faceplace. This is where you enter the unlock pincode (four to ten digit number).If one enters a bad or incomplete pincode, the faceplate will flash the 1 3 5 7 9 numbers and then re-display all the values again. As I am writing this, do not recall if there is a lockout if a bad pincode is entered multiple times. Will read through the documents again. With it synced with a controller, you'll get a message it time it is used.Different home controllers may offer different options, like restricting certain pincodes to certain day(s)/certain time(s) or a specific date and time-window. Each should allow you to receive a text message or email any time the lock is engaged.Took about 30 minutes to install, included time to read the instructions and remove the old deadlock. After one attaches the outside and inside faceplates suggest to not test the lock as the internal mechanism needs to zero-out the throw of the lock. There is a step in the instructions after installing the outside faceplace with the inside mounting bracket so as to test the lock movement.If you already are using KwikSet locks, you can re-key the new lock w/ your existing keys. If you do not have Kwikset locks, then there is a set to check your current home key w/ the lock for compatibility. The re-keying of the lock takes 5 seconds and the re-key tool is included w/ the kit.Have written KwikSet if there is a lockout after repeated 'bad' pincode entries. 5Kwikset 916 Z-Wave Smartcode It works, but not perfectly. Can set access codes for us and the pet sitter. Since I already had Kwikset locks on my house, I was able to use my current key wtih this systemUpdate: I dropped this two stars. I dropped this one star because I only got only 36 DAYS for the first set of batteries since I installed it. And the lock isn't even used much. All "extras' had been turned off. The second star was dropped because of the false advertising by "Larry" in the 2015 Youtube video at a trade show was asked about battery life and he said "the batteries will last 1 full year at 10 cycles per day." THAT IS AN ABSOLUTE LIE.Update February 3, 2019. After installing new batteries, it doesn't take long for the low battery LED indicator to blink. Last time it happened I just let it blink several months and the lock continued to work. I put new batteries in on Feb 1 because I wanted to make sure my pet sitter didn't have a problem. So far the LED is not blinking. Will update and let you know when it starts. 3Horrible battery life I wanted to love this, was completely excited about it but the battery life is horrible!! We have this almost 4 months now and the batteries die every 2 weeks! I just changed the batteries again (after the lock being dead for a month now) and I'm on hold with customer support (waiting 15 min now). It's not worth replacing the batteries every two weeks. I always bring my keys with me in case I come home one day to a dead lock that won't let me in...which defeats the whole point of the key-less entry. The touchscreen is not very sensitive either. I have to hit it hard, multiple times, before the keypad will light up. After a few days with fresh batteries, the keypad stops lighting up all together but I can blindly press the numbers where I think they are and it still works...for a week or so at least until the batteries die completely.Maybe I just received a bad one... 1Screen Cracked after 2 and half years Screen Cracked after 2 and half years. I read all kinds of complaint on battery performance, not meeting expectations. This thing worked like a champ even with a cracked touch screen. Most of the complaints read like bad installations on old doors. Im still on the original batteries 2.5 years later! If the lock is not up correctly this will burn up batteries. Minus 2 stars for the screen cracking. Currently on hold with Kwickset warranty line to see how they will handle this issue. Was on hold 25 minutes not good got a nice guy who could not help me!!! More on hold and the back of the line! opps just took off another star. " I got a bad felling about this"!!!******U P D A T E****** Added 1 star as they are sending me a replacement. I will update with information on shipping time of the replacement and add or subtract stars depending performance of the warranty replacement.****2 N D U P D A T E**** 7-20-2018 Well Kwikset delivered as promised. I just received a complete new lock system. So back to full 5 stars... 5Looks great, works great This deadbolt is very attractive, and matched the existing hardware on my 30-year-old house. So if you've got "aged bronze" hardware, this will look good alongside it.First and foremost, as a "dumb lock" it's great. The action is very smooth on it, installation was a snap with basic hand tools, and the "SmartKey" re-keying is amazing. To clarify, SmartKey is a mechanical technology unrelated to "smart home" stuff. It allows you to re-key the lock using a small tool and your existing lock's key. It works like magic and saved me a trip to Home Depot or a locksmith to have the deadbolt rekeyed.The keypad was the main reason I bought this lock, and it works really well. It is bright, clear, accurate, and responsive. The roof extends over my front door and protects it from the elements, so I can't speak to whether it works as well in a wet environment; by the same token, we live in a temperate climate so I can't speak to how well it works in sub-zero temperatures. That said, it gets cold enough to frost here, and I've never had an issue with it recognizing input.I've had the lock installed for almost two months, and the batteries still show 100% even I wind up using the keypad or SmartThings app to unlock the door several times a day.While I've had a lot of trouble setting this up as a Z-Wave device on my SmartThings hub, I attribute that more to the hub and its lackluster app and support than I do to the lock. My Samsung account got set up as a European account rather than a US account (probably due to my user error, but I don't remember it ever asking for a region), so as a result the lock never showed up on the "add Thing" screen. I was eventually (through many, many, many trials) able to get the SmartThings hub to recognize it as a generic Z-Wave lock, and now it works great.Overall I'm very happy with this lock and would recommend it to anyone who asked. 5
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