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Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Deadbolt Keypad, Satin Nickel
List Price: $238.00

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Product Description

Camelot, Satin Nickel Finish Keypad Deadbolt, Fits Most Standard Door Preps, 9V Battery Operation, Easy 1 Tool Installation.

Features:
  • Keyless entry provides enhanced security
  • Easy one tool installation
  • Compatible with 1-3/8-to-1-3/4-inch thick doors
  • Codes are easily added or deleted right at the keypad using the lock's unique 6 digit programming code
  • Includes 9-volt battery, 6 digit programming code, and two 4 digit user codes pre-set at the factory

Customer Reviews:

  • No more locked out problems
    Quick to install. Works 100% as I had hoped and Schlage promised. Easy to set code - just keep that master one handy so that you don't need to disassemble to recover the code that is on a sticker inside the lock (indoor side).

    I lost my key and had none hidden out doors. Now I don't need a hidden key.

    Bought another one for my mother - that way she will lock her door when she goes to the store and not worry about messing around with keys....more info
  • Best One That I Have Installed
    I have had the brass version of this deadbolt for bout a year and I love it. It is th best one that I have come across (and yes - the most expensive - but you get what you pay for). It is eye-catching rather than an eye-sore. Be careful, some of the cheaper competitor's models have a plastic back that is very unappealing for a main door. The unit is smaller than many by requiring only a 9 volt battery because it does not lock/unlock the deadbolt for you. You do it manually.

    Pros:
    1) Appealing design (front and back - no plastic)
    2) Smaller than most (due to use of 9v battery)
    3) Keypad lights up when you touch it for nighttime entry
    4) Never get locked out. Give the neighbor a temporary code to get in.

    Cons:
    1) Pricey ut you get what you pay for...more info
  • awsome lock
    We use this lock at work , With multiple employees coming in and out of the same door 24/7 , This lock has stood the test of time. The 9 volt battery seems to last forever. We had to implement a annual time to change the battery because we werent really sure when the battery would die. These locks are solid and are very weather resistant. I would buy these locks for my home , If I could afford it ...more info
  • Works great. Easy install.
    This is great lock if you have kids who loose their keys. It installs fairly easy and has worked very well for us. It is also easy to program, although it looks like it is really important to save the instructions along with the master code to re-program the lock if neccesary. ...more info
  • Hi quality lock, easy to install and use
    This is a great lock. I only wish it was a self locking deadbolt, but that's not really an issue. The fit and finish is great, and installation was a snap....more info
  • Buyer beware. Weak link is the standard key and pin/tumbler setup
    I installed one of these for a client and it seems to be a good product as all the reviewers say. What no one has talked about however is the standard Shlage key that can also be used to open the lock. It seems to me that this would allow the possibility of using a "bump key" to open it. One of the benefits of digital locks is their immunity to bumping. If you want the keypad just for convenience, that is fine. Just remember that any lock that can be "bumped" provides zero security....more info
  • Very Pleased
    I'm very pleased with this lock. It's really useful for families with kids, because you don't have to worry about them losing their key. It also has some intelligent features ... when you press the top button (above the keypad), the keypad lights up ... if it's unlocked, pressing that same button above the keypad allows you to lock the door, without entering the code. I put it on my garage door, and I'm considering getting one for my front door, too. ...more info
  • Well worth the price
    I just purchased a home and the first thing I did was replace the locks on the front and back door. I installed this on the front door, which matched the existing Schlage hardware. Installation took less than 5 minutes, using only a screwdriver. It really can't get much easier than that.

    Since I'm doing some work on the floors and am still on the lease at my apt, I only go to the house on the weekends. Wouldn't you know it, I forget to bring the keys to the new deadbolt on the back door. With this lock on the front door, it wasn't an issue.

    This is one of the more expensive keypad locks out there, but in my opinion, it's one of the best looking. It was well worth the investment for a solid, secure, good-looking lock....more info
  • Keypad deadbolt
    I bought this lock for my business. I recently bought a new building. My previous shop was in a multi-tenant building and usually there was some one from one of the other business that could accept my deliveries if I wasn't there, or the package could be left out in the common hallway in front of my office door. I am the only business in my new building and I am away a good percentage of the time doing installations at customers' locations so I don't have anyone to receive deliveries. I bought this lock and have programmed codes in for UPS, FedEx and my other vendors. I also have a generic code for the odd delivery. I leave a note on my door telling the delivery person to call my cell phone to get an access code. I only give out the code if I am expecting a delivery and I have to know the company I am receiving the delivery from or I won't give out the code. The generic code is erased after I give it out once and a new one is entered. This lock has worked great for this purpose. It has also saved the hassle of giving out keys to employees. I assign a code to each employee, leaving it up to them to give me a number they can easily remember. It also helps when recently I let an employee go. I didn't have to worry about whether he still had access to my building by secretly making a duplicate key, I just erased his code.

    I had one problem with the lock a few days after installing it. The twist knob locked up and wouldn't turn. I had to disassemble the lock and found the shaft fell out of the hole it was placed in. I don't know if this was a problem with the lock or just that I did something wrong when I installed it. It has worked fine ever since. I also found it took a little work to program it but now that I figured it out it's pretty easy....more info
  • Go Keyless!
    I installed this lock about a month ago. There are 10,000 possible combinatins, so it's pretty secure. Nice finish, great lighted buttons. Easy programming. Works well. Using the key is a bit tricky (if you insert it without using the proper method, it just spins), but if the battery is changed periodically (every 3 years recommended), you shouldn't need the key! Love it! Now, just need a keyless vehicle!...more info
  • Easy to install, and it looks great!
    This lock really was as easy to install as they claim. I agree with a previous reviewer that the key can be a bit tricky, but as long as you change the battery periodically there should be no issue. According to the manufacturer, the 9-volt battery should last about 3 years! In addition, the lock gives warning signs when the battery is going low.

    Locking the deadbolt from the outside is really a pleasure. You simply hit the Schlage key and turn the lock, it's that simple. Unlocking is a breeze as well, though you must enter the correct 4-digit PIN in order to get the lock to operate without the key.

    Highly recommended....more info
  • Schlage BE365VCAM619Camelot Deadbolt Keypad
    For years we have been using a key pad activated deadbolt for front doors in our various homes - no keys to lose or give to various family members - only four digit codes. Up until now, all of the key pad units we have installed, extend and retract the deadbolt using a small battery powered electric motor.

    This issue we've encountered is when the batteries become weak, the motor (in some cases) does not have enough power to retract the bolt and we must revert to another entrance to get into our home. Although these unit allow one to use a key to override the electronics, we never seem to have the key "on us" when it's needed. Fortunately we have a keypad on our garage door and that serves as an alternative entrance when this occurs. These deadbolt retraction failures have been occurring more and more often even with fresh batteries. I suspect the motor is or has worn out.

    With this in mind, I shopped the market for an electronically activated dead bolt with manual bolt action. In other words, instead of a motor extending and retracting the deadbolt, one would use a lever or knob to perform this function. The keypad (electronic segment of the unit) would serve to activate the manual knob or lever. I found the Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Deadbolt Keypad, Satin Nickel on Amazon at an extremely reasonable price and it has all of the features I wanted - electronic key pad activation, manual extension and retraction of the deadbolt upon activation.

    The unit arrived yesterday and after a few problems with the unit being confused as to whether the bolt was retracted or extended (my fault), the unit works perfectly. Note, I already had a deadbolt lockset on the door, so it was a simple process of removing the old, and installing the new.

    It's an extremely high quality unit without the cheap plastic casing my prior unit had on the inside casing. It's all metal. Changing or adding key pad codes (combinations) is relatively easy. One must enter the units six digit master code (don't lose this code, keep it in a place that you can go to each time you wish to change the codes - Using a permanent marker, I wrote it on the inside of the lock), and then enter your personal four digit code. We use two codes however the unit can store many codes. You may want to add a temporary code to let a service technician into your home, then delete that code when the work is completed.

    One feature I like is the lighted key pad which our old unit did not have. If we forget to turn on the porch light, by simply pressing the "schlage" button at the top of the keypad, the keys light up.

    Here's the basic operation.

    When you're leaving the house, close the door, press the "schlage" button, wait for the click, then extend the deadbolt. You'll hear a confirmation click confirming that the locking knob/lever has been disengaged from the deadbolt after the deadbolt has been extended.

    When you arrive home, simply enter your four digit code, you'll hear a click, then manually retract the deadbolt and enter the home. I you wish to use the keypad light; simply press the "schlage" button to light it up. Obviously this is not needed during daylight hours.

    Basically the nine volt battery is operating the keypad, a knob/level engagement solenoid and the keypad back light and should last for hundreds and hundreds cycles.

    Bottom Line - I highly recommend this high quality unit.
    ...more info
  • Works exactly as advertised!
    The bolt may be a little bigger than standard, but that's good, right? The install is almost like a regular lock... no big deal. The operation is rock solid. It didn't mention it in the product description but I believe this lock is bump resistant. (The lock mechanism is not directly connected to the cylinder unless you insert the key and apply pressure.)

    This was definitely worth it, especially since more "bump proof" locks are ~$120 anyway. You can't beat a Schlage!...more info
  • Fantastic Item for Securing Your Home
    We were consistently running into problems with the number of house keys we had given out to: contractors, landscapers and house cleaners. At some point there's no way to track who's coming and going into your house and whether or not they left the keys.
    This little gadget eliminates the issue. I can now program the lock with one-time or multiple use codes unique to each individual coming to my house. It installs as easy as any other deadbolt and programming new codes takes about 10 seconds. This has quickly become my favorite new gadget....more info
  • nice lock, instructions could be better
    This lock works as advertised, really great solution to avoid carrying keys around. My wife who hates technology even likes it!

    One thing that might be useful if you purchase this is that you may think you are missing a screw because the inside latch plate only comes shipped with the upper screw attached. This screw is for SHIPPING and is longer than the 2 that are provided to actually attach this to the lock. It can be set aside, and is not used. The 2 smaller screws are found in the plastic bag that accompanies the lock. Also, you'll need to rotate the inner cam to the "use" position before removing the 2 INTERIOR screws that will allow you to take this lock out of the packaging (it ships screwed in to a piece of foam).

    These are 2 simple issues, but not covered in the otherwise decent manual.

    Also, if you plan to bore you own door, the manual says to go to the website, but doesn't specify the exact address. The address for all support for this lock is at

    [...]...more info
  • Schlage BE365VCAM619Camelot Deadbolt Keypad
    For years we have been using a key pad activated deadbolt for front doors in our various homes - no keys to lose or give to various family members - only four digit codes. Up until now, all of the key pad units we have installed, extend and retract the deadbolt using a small battery powered electric motor.

    This issue we've encountered is when the batteries become weak, the motor (in some cases) does not have enough power to retract the bolt and we must revert to another entrance to get into our home. Although these unit allow one to use a key to override the electronics, we never seem to have the key "on us" when it's needed. Fortunately we have a keypad on our garage door and that serves as an alternative entrance when this occurs. These deadbolt retraction failures have been occurring more and more often even with fresh batteries. I suspect the motor is or has worn out.

    With this in mind, I shopped the market for an electronically activated dead bolt with manual bolt action. In other words, instead of a motor extending and retracting the deadbolt, one would use a lever or knob to perform this function. The keypad (electronic segment of the unit) would serve to activate the manual knob or lever. I found the Schlage BE365VCAM619 Camelot Deadbolt Keypad, Satin Nickel on Amazon at an extremely reasonable price and it has all of the features I wanted - electronic key pad activation, manual extension and retraction of the deadbolt upon activation.

    The unit arrived yesterday and after a few problems with the unit being confused as to whether the bolt was retracted or extended (my fault), the unit works perfectly. Note, I already had a deadbolt lockset on the door, so it was a simple process of removing the old, and installing the new.

    It's an extremely high quality unit without the cheap plastic casing my prior unit had on the inside casing. It's all metal. Changing or adding key pad codes (combinations) is relatively easy. One must enter the units six digit master code (don't lose this code, keep it in a place that you can go to each time you wish to change the codes - Using a permanent marker, I wrote it on the inside of the lock), and then enter your personal four digit code. We use two codes however the unit can store many codes. You may want to add a temporary code to let a service technician into your home, then delete that code when the work is completed.

    One feature I like is the lighted key pad which our old unit did not have. If we forget to turn on the porch light, by simply pressing the "schlage" button at the top of the keypad, the keys light up.

    Here's the basic operation.

    When you're leaving the house, close the door, press the "schlage" button, wait for the click, then extend the deadbolt. You'll hear a confirmation click confirming that the locking knob/lever has been disengaged from the deadbolt after the deadbolt has been extended.

    When you arrive home, simply enter your four digit code, you'll hear a click, then manually retract the deadbolt and enter the home. I you wish to use the keypad light; simply press the "schlage" button to light it up. Obviously this is not needed during daylight hours.

    Basically the nine volt battery is operating the keypad, a knob/level engagement solenoid and the keypad back light and should last for hundreds and hundreds cycles.

    Bottom Line - I highly recommend this high quality unit.
    ...more info