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Samsung Smart Bluetooth Rim Lock SHP-DS705 - $199 (Was $239) @ Bunnings

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First time poster long time Ozbargain leacher.

Saw this instore today at Bunnings as I've been eyeing them/it for a while now. Price is $199 down from $239 that I remember - but it's not on sale, looks like a new regular price.

Quick google has JB at $249 amongst a number of other resellers.

I didn't buy, came home to research whether or not it's google assistant compatible even via IFTTT.

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  • Price in the title please.

  • Bunnings $199 - Samsung $199 Smart Bluetooth Rim Lock SHP-DS705 $199

  • +10

    Always make sure your rim is locked

    • +8

      You had me at rim

      • +2

        you had me on edge the whole time, or was that rim the whole time…..bleh

    • An experienced person can easily pry open a locked rim with their fingers.

      • +4

        It's usually done with a tongue though.

        • -1

          Even on an old crappy rim?

    • Better not let the misses see this lol

  • I bought it this morning using power pass for 189. It has always been this price in Bunnings. Recently even cheaper because of jb hifi discount and you could do price mach.

  • do these smart lock work for double door? just curious to know

  • im thinking of buying this for my room, are there additional cuts I have to do to replace the current knob that I have?

    • +3

      Don’t cut your knob mate, one hole is enough.

      • Lame ass OzBargainers. The Bunnings link says that no additional cuts are necessary.

      • +2

        Upvoted, def does't deserve to be in the negative.

    • If you are talking about mounting it to an internal door to replace the handle to keep your mum and dad from walking in while you’re wrestling the one eyed trouser snake, or to stop your flat mates from pilfering your hand cream and tissue stash, then no, not really. There is a bit more involved than just pulling the handle out and putting this in. It may not be advisable to install this lock if it going onto an internal door. Also, is it your house?, as it will possibly require at least some mounting screws at the bare minimum.

      These are a replacement for rim locks and dead latch or bolts, something you shouldn’t put on internal doors. If you want a lock on your door, just buy an internal door lock and latch set that has a key in it, or if you really want an electronic lock, try something like a Lockwood Code Handle lock.

    • Got one of these, it replaces the standard knob, works great. Was $80 before the Covid.

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/223949099285

  • If it's replacing a common deadbolt then you are gunna end up with a hole on the side of your door if they have no bolt on the door edge or if they have no blocker plate to fill the hole.
    If it's a rim lock and requires a strike plate mounted on the frame then it could mean drilling holes and chiselling a flat section to mount the strike onto, if that's the case you are locked into keeping this lock for the future unless you want visable holes left in your frame when you change locks.
    If this lock fails do you know a local locksmith that always stocks replacements or are you willing to visit a store that hopefully still has them at whatever price they have them at, at the time? If you aren't interested in the latter then it could be useful to not fill the original deadbolt holes.

  • +8

    Product: Samsung Smart Bluetooth Rim Lock
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  • I bought this from Bunnings, easy to install and works well.
    Good keyless door lock with tag or Bluetooth.
    Back end is huge and butt ugly.
    This is not a dead bolt lock.
    You can probably connect to zwave but don't think it's support in Australia.

  • I bought mine from binglee few months back for $185. Work fine and easy to install

  • yep. seem about the right price for a good rim lock….

  • Can this be 'snibbed' (temporarily disabled so you don't need to unlock the door everytime)?

    When this is locked can you open it from inside?

    There's two schools of thought on this
    1. You want to be able to if there's a fire and you want to get out without a key.

    1. If burglars get in elsewhere you don't want the door to be openable as it makes it easier to take stuff out.

    I prefer the latter option as my thinking is if you're home why would you deadlock it?

    • +1

      There is an option for auto close the lock when it detects its closed, which can be disabled.

      There is heat and intrusion detection. If inside temp is more than 70, it automatically unlocks and stays that way so you can quickly get out.

      Yes, you can open from inside with just a button press.

      If the burglars get in, you would be safer if they get out quickly. Human life is more important than things.

      • What you're describing is how a Lockwood 001 works, except it also has the option to dead lock it with a key (for when you go out). That means it can't be opened from inside. If you're not home that's what you want (I do at least).

        I'd only lock it if I go out, so I don't want them breaking in and being able to easily cart away everything by unlocking the door. Also insurance wont cover it if you've stated you have deadlocks.