Coming in over $51 cheaper than the last sale, Amazon have the Samsung SHP-A30 for $397.95 as part of their mid-year sale (30% off the normal price of $569).
If you're quick you may be able to price beat at Bunnings also for $358.15 before they drop their price.
- Fingerprint, pin pad and mobile app access
- Unlock your door from anywhere in the world via a smart phone
- Invite friends or family to your home via the free smart phone app, they can then unlock the door remotely, adjust settings and send access to others
- Create and send PIN codes via the app with temporary time restrictions
- Receive real time arrival notifications when a family member unlocks your door and view an activity log of up to 30 entries
- Easily install this lock into your current deadbolt door lock, just follow the instructional video to complete this DIY install
If you don't need fingerprint access or mobile connectivity, or can make use of a ZigBee connection the Lockwood T-Lock may do the job as a much cheaper alternative, still available for $119.50 or $109.50 with eBay Plus.
For the Home Assistant users, the Samsung A30 does not integrate that easily. It uses it's own app "Samsung Smart Doorlock" which while it works fine standalone, the system doesn't offer any API to integrate. It is possible however, as you can link the lock with SmartThings and integrate that with Home Assistant. The downside is the SmartThings API requires an internet accessible Home Assistant (or Nabu Casa subscription) to work, and as far as I can tell only offers basic lock/unlock service, no identification of which fingerprint or code was used to unlock, temporary codes etc that are available in the Smart Doorlock app. I haven't gone so far as to open my Home Assistant to the world to try it.
I do have both the A30 and T-Lock though so any questions feel free to ask.