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[eBay Plus] Lockwood T-Lock Digital Smart Deadbolt Lock $109.65 Delivered @ Sellit1212 eBay

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Were clearing out some old stock.
These are similar/identical to the Yale Assure Smart Lock which retail for over $300 & should be a straight swap for a door with a deadbolt already installed.

At this price its cheaper than a locksmith callout on a drunken night out!

Please note these are new however old stock, sealed and requires a ZigBee hub to operate with internet. (We successfully run this on a $24 eBay ZigBee hub)

Using the coupon PLUSFL15 brings this down to $109.65 shipped (Note coupon expires 28/04/21)
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Also have this going if interested:
4x Smart Plugs $50.15 Delivered https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/174748956512

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        Any chance for me as well? Can’t dm you sorry

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        Hi, hoping I'll be able to redeem this offer as well. Non eBay plus, and can't DM (new account, but long-time lurker).

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    Perfect for the side door which has a jammed old deadbolt.

    Just bought one thanks OP!

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    If I use PIN codes to open the lock every time, Is there a risk of leaving marks on those numbers? ALso, can this be opened with the NFC of the iPhones?

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      Yes there is risk of leaving marks, however it's a glass surface so just wipe clean. Also less of an issue if you have 2+ people who each use different codes.

      No NFC support directly, however I have set up an NFC tag outside the door which tells Home Assistant to open the door for me. So entirely possible, just not super simple.

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    Does this have a replaceable wireless module? Like the assure lock?

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    Tempted to pull the pin, but what are the odds of somebody yelling "Alexa: open the front door" and it actually working?

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      Ha same thought 🤣

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      I believe a verbal pin is required. I'm not sure about this specific lock, but I think that's how Alexa/Google handle all locks?

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    Does it work with Alexa? If so can someone scream fro outside “Alexa unlock front door” and it would open? Thx

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    Would this be suitable for an internal garage door to the house?

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      yes if it has a deadbolt already should be a straight swap, not sure if it will fit a normal door handle as im no locksmith or carpenter

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        Ah it's not a deadbolt at the moment. Was thinking I could just add it as a deadbolt.

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    Can I confirm, as my reading suggests this is the case, that Amazon Echoshow 8 devices have a Zigbee hub built in? ie. No need for an additional hub to work with this lock?

    EDIT: Looks like only the largest Amazon Echoshow may have Zigbee inbuilt.

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    I have glass panels on my door. Would someone be able to unlock this from the inside whilst it was locked by reaching through?

    The current deadbolt has keyways on both sides so this isn't possible.

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      I have the same issue and decided not to get this. I believe they will be able to.

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      It is not 100% clear from the blurb but I think it is NOT locked from the inside. This seems to be a common issue for a lot of these electronic locks.

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      If they have broken the glass, a dead bolt isn't goin g to make a difference.

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        It will because a hand can fit through, but a body cannot. When I deadbolt my door you cannot open without a key from either side.

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          For fire risk reasons I think is best you are able to open from inside. I read that today when researching this lock.

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          If they are entering by a destructive method, they are getting in, they will just kick down the entire door. Or the window next to the door.

          A lot of these "security" is only for preventing non-destructive entry.

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            @annarchon: beak and entre you mean.

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            @annarchon: A lot of locks in general just keep the decent people out of your house….
            If a determined individual wanted to get into your house there are many ways to do so

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              @teh_gimp: This ^^^
              If someone really wants to get in, they will.

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    New to the market. Any good Zigbee hub to recommend?

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      Interested to know this too. Would prefer to have a smart lock that doesn't require another hub device at home in addition to what I already have, just for the sake of one lock. Otherwise would have jumped on this!

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      The Tuya ecosystem seems to be quite broad, so I would go with a Tuya hub. Although generally, Zigbee should work no matter what hub, I find that my Tuya light switches don't work with the Echo Plus. Philips Hue also uses its own Zigbee setup that won't work with much other than Philips.

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      look at hubitat

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    I have lockwood double cylinder deadbolt(kind of old) where the bolt is towards the bottom of the deadbolt rather than being in the center, will this fit in or do I have to drill in a new hole?

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    Tempted to add this into my smart home but still struggling to see how it really helps in the real world? Makes sense for Airbnb's, etc. But not for homes

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      What would you recommend?

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      No need to carry house key… or kids coming home from school don’t need to have keys on them to lose, they just need to remember their PIN…

      Or just for the simple fun factor of trying something new and different.

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      To let friends or family into your home when you are not there, eg. picking kids up when you are running late. My family has keys to my house as I have in the past forgotten my keys and got myself locked out, but I think this would be handy in many ways.
      Also you may be able to keep track on anyone coming in our out of the house.
      If yo are on the second floor and forgot to lock the house you can always lock it remotely etc

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      • No keys needed at all anymore
      • Special friend/delivery/handyman access codes for entry without anyone home
      • Remote notification of who unlocked the door based on access code
      • Automatic locking of door in any number of circumstances
      • Remote unlocking of door on demand (pairs well with a doorbell camera)

      Plenty of real world uses, just need to think outside the box!

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      I have an unconnected keypad lock at the moment that I use for Airbnb and so I don't have to carry a key. I'm trying to decide if making it Zigbee connected is worth it. If I'm able to change codes remotely (because I do it between guests) they might be handy, but isn't that useful since I can just as easily change the code from the current keypad in person when I clean the property.

      I don't currently have 9V battery backup connectors, but I do have key access.

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    Any idea of expected battery life?

    BTW, if you want to see some more images of rest of the lock this listing has a few.

    Don't forget to use your Shopback/Cashrewards

    Is cashback valid with coupons again?

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    When was this released? Understand it’s an older model. What would be its replacement?

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      No idea when it was released, but this is the same model, current product at almost 3x the price.

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    Is the lock, locked from the inside? If not, then someone could break a glass panel (if you have one) and reach around - is this correct? Thanks.

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      There is no key, so you can easily unlock if you have access to the back of it.

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      The same with any deadlock

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    Will this one work (can be added) into Smartthings Hub?

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    What happens if the lock experiences a failure and you're outside? There's no backup key option to manually open by the looks of the image/s available .

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      hahah I love to know this too.

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      Correct, if the failure is that the battery died, you should be able to use a 9V battery externally to power it and allow it to unlock. If the failure is something like the motor breaking, then you'd have a problem - the same as if the mechanism jammed for a key lock, but granted a failure of this type would be more likely to occur with an electronic lock. However, personally I can alternatively enter through the garage so that's less of a concern for me

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      There are contacts on it for a 9v battery to be used to "jumpstart" it. Still need to enter the pin obviously, but good backup. I chucked a battery in a tupperware container and have left near the front door just in case, but the batteries that it came with have lasted 1.5 years already.

      • +5 votes

        C'mon man: hotwire it with your solar garden lights LIKE A BOSS.

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    From quick googlin' you can setup a DYI Zigbee Hub with a Raspberry Pi and and a cheap CC2531 dongle.

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    Can this work with (Google Assistant through a Zigbee hub obviously)?

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    Does this work if I don't have any form of smarthub? I just want to replace the normal door knob and start using, is that possible?

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    If it takes the LockPickingLawyer > 2 minutes to pick it, then it is probably a decent lock.

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      Good click on one, two, false set… three

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    Would love to see the Lockpicking Lawyer pick one of these

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    Would this be good for side gate?

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      not if you can reach around and unlock from the inside.

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    What app does this use?

    Also, can you use auto unlock with this model?

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      It doesn’t have its own app. You connect it to a ZigBee hub which may or may not have an app depending on what platform you are using.

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    Does this support different modules like the Yale? or is it only the built in zigbee?

    i.e. can I use an August module with it?

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    How did you get ebay plus status when you have so few items in your store??

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    Does this have a door closed sensor?

    One problem I’ve had with smart locks is they “auto lock” after 30 seconds, but it just pushes the bolt out even when the door is open or slightly ajar

    Won’t work for our laundry door where we leave it open when hanging out laundry, and would probably annoy me too much

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      I don’t believe so, but you can get zigbee contact sensors for like $10-$15. Combine the two in an automation in a home automation suite such as home assistant.

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      ^what he said. Get a zigbee door/window sensor.

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      Do any digital locks come with a door closed sensor? I can't see any that do

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    If this is the old model what is the new version?

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    Thanks OP, got one.. good price!

    Quick question, can anyone confirm if this allows you to scramble the pin or add additional random numbers to make it harder for the peepers to guess? Like the Eufy ones do..

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    What happens if the lock fails completely. Not just the battery going flat but it just doesn’t work? It is one of the reasons we have been thinking about getting a lock with an override physical key.

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      The recommendation for this lock is it’s used in cases where there’s a secondary door or access. The Yale install guide for the Assure Lock SL actually states that in the manual in the fine print.

      If you have a single door I’d probably get one with a manual override.

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        Thanks. That was our view as well.

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      Yep, this has been my dilemma as well, but then I thought with the one with physical key, I would then be paranoid about the lock failing and will be stressed to make sure I have the key all the time, which defeats the purpose of keyless smart lock. With this, there is no key, hence nothing to stress about, and I have already planned on my alternative method to brute-force into the house, which I am not going to discuss here obviously ;).

      But yea, I don't think I would want this if I had no alternative means to get in.

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        With the key you get a couple cut and then leave one at a friends place who is close by. We have a Samsung, at the moment, and it is going great but it doesn’t have the key. We can alternate in via the garage so it isn’t a huge issue. Ours is great because you can program a MYKI card to work, as well. I don’t need to buy more tags. I haven’t seen any others that work with these; most need specially bought additional tags.

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          Yea, we think alike. I would have gone with same approach if this had a key. I have remote access via garage too and if that fails, a third brute-force option. Hence went with this because of the price. But that MYKI card sounds super convenient. Unfortunately this doesn't have it. I will try using a NFC tag to make it more convenient like someone else mentioned above, let's see.

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            @sud33p: We usually use the PIN but we have the card as backup. I’ve setup codes for all my family, and some friends, so they let themselves in if they drop by.

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    Oh No! I missed the boat…

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      Unfortunately, the tide was out long before you came to the beach… Hopefully more stock pops up down the track.

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        Still have plenty just DM me

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    So much sadness. The handle plate is one of the large rectangular ones and is 2cm too long to work with this :( Replace the lever or the door …

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    @dlda12345 it arrive today.. I have installed it.. took me about 1 hour. wasn't a straight swap as the hole needed to be larger, also the pins didnt fully match once installed and the hole in the door frame also needed to be slightliy large. aside from that everything worked well.
    However I have now connected the network module and cant seem to understand what to do next as there is not much to go with in the instructions supplied.
    Seems it wants to connect to Telstra Hub? I only have Alexa at home and the echo plus has zigbee.. so a bit of help to get it to do smart thing on the network would be great other wise this isnt fully smart.

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      Took about half an hour since everything fit and just had to replace existing deadbolt.
      As expected you don't need a Zigbee hub if all you want to use if for is a PIN lock.
      Now to figure out how to connect it to my Phoscon Zigbee network.

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        Let me know if you work out how to connect to network. My module is connected and i can see option 7 but from there it just flashes the number 1 for a few minutes then goes back to main menu as it can't find what to connect to

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        Once you get the Network module working and you see the nuber 7 option available from the menu then you can press the # key and it will go on discovery mode. Just before that I also told my Echo plus to look for devices.
        It paired pretty quick

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          I couldn't get it to work with my Conbee II, though it did connect it didn't come up as one of the light devices.
          The Telstra Smart hub was supposed to work with it originally though it may work with some other hubs if you're lucky. Good to know it works with Echo Plus.

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            @Phoebus: i will let you know if i find an app that works with it as well. Sorry i can help you with Conbee II

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            @Phoebus: There is no app that works with it btw.. Assa Abloy called me and said the new version is Yale and that has an app.. this one doesn't. So for $109 you get:
            - a locks that works with pin codes.
            - Can have different users,
            - can open/close with Alexa voice assistant.
            - can use the Alexa app to lock manually
            - can create a routine (eg. Alexa good night will turn everything off and lock the door)
            - Open/Close lock remotely. I have a Ring door bell so can see who i let in the house and also have an Arlo facing the front door as well so I can also see them walk in.

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              @Mahalo: Thanks, though how can you "Open/Close lock remotely" without an app? Do you go through Alexa or another ZigBee enabled assistant?

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                @MerlinKlendatu: Through the Alexa app.
                Devices > Locks (once paired you should see a Locks Category at the top) > your lock’s name > then you get a big round button to lock/unlock. On the same screen you get access to settings to change name and enable Alexa to interact with it. But it is just limited to voice.
                Some features I can’t get to work are:
                - be able to access a log, info of failed/successful entries
                - be able to turn the hue lights on and dim them when coming in at night if they were off.

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                @MerlinKlendatu: I am also using it with Home Assistant and Zigbee2mqtt via the cheap cc2531 controller. Zigbee2mqtt was about to pair with this without any problem but it was an unsupported device, hence no control OTB. But it was easy to add a zigbee2mqtt device profile by just copying one of the existing Yale profiles. Now I have remote control via the Home assistant app and I've also paired it with a NFC tag and Tasker app, so just a phone tap on the tag next to the lock will unlock it. My in-laws are super impressed. :D

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            @Phoebus: I got it to work with a Conbee. I’m using Home Assistant with ZHA. Was detected as a Yale lock.

            Haven’t actually installed the lock so haven’t used it much but it seemed responsive. Picked it up today so had a play with it in the coffee table. Will do the proper install in a few days.

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    Mine arrived this arvo and I've just installed and setup. Took about 20 minutes and was really easy, only had a bit of drama with the lock being a really tight fit with the latch hole, but gently tapping it with a hammer got it in.

    Waiting for my Zigbee hub to arrive so I can it up with Google Home/Homekit, but I'm really impressed with it so far, good build quality, easy to understand instructions and easy to setup.

  • +3 votes

    https://imgur.com/a/HYCwaEO

    Well that was easy to install.

    I liked my old lock … but this just makes so much more sense.

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      Do you have it in the network?

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    Bugger, missed the delivery.

    Guess CouriersPlease take it to the collection point most convenient to their run, not the customer.
    One literally a couple of minutes walk from my house, but he took it to one that'll need a 30 min round trip by car.

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    Got it today. Integrates well with Smartthings: easily found, can open/close via app, and use automations. Didn't fit it to the door yet, however, should be good.

    Is there any way to read out the history, e.g. which code was used when for entry? Doing this using Smartthings would be great but I settle for another option for when I need this.