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Alfred Smart Touchscreen Home Deadbolt ensures you know who’s coming and going

If you often have guests, the Alfred Smart Touchscreen Home Deadbolt can help you keep everything safe. This smart home deadbolt stores up to 20 PINs, so you know exactly who comes and goes—and when. In lieu of a personal butler, this touchscreen deadbolt will bring a sleek look to your front door. Because this smart lock uses a touchscreen, it is free of any buttons or moving parts. This gives your door a streamlined, modern look. Plus, this Bluetooth-enabled smart deadbolt lets you in when you just touch it if your connected Bluetooth device is near the lock. Some Alfred models also feature Z-Wave and key override, if you prefer to use that mode of entry. Next time you have someone come work on your home, you can give them their personal Alfred PIN, so you can cancel it when they’re through.

Alfred Smart Touchscreen Home Deadbolt ensures you know who’s coming and going
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9.3/10
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Genevieve Healey
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PIN Storage
20
Models
DB1, DB1-A, DB1-B, DB1-C
Bluetooth
Yes
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