We are delighted to announce the launch of our all-new Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi.
Unlock the future with this all-new eufy Smart Lock and enjoy:
Fingerprint Identification: Smart Lock recognizes your fingerprint in just 0.3 seconds, and unlocks your door in 1 second. It’s faster than fumbling for your keys.
5 Ways to Unlock: Open remotely via Wi-Fi, unlock in an instant using your fingerprint, or open via the eufy Security app with Bluetooth, or by using either the electronic keypad or the key.
Automatic Locking: A built-in sensor detects when your door is closed and locks it automatically, keeping your home secure even when you’re in a hurry.
All-Weather Protection: With an IP65 weatherproof rating, Smart Lock is ready to protect homes in any location. It’s capable of withstanding temperatures ranging from -30°C/-22°F to 70°C/158°F as well as rainfall.
I have the Smart Lock Touch with WiFi, at least the first version. It works well, mostly. Occasionally the lock, which is actually Bluetooth, will lose connection with the WiFi module which is plugged into an outlet less than three feet from the lock. After seeing an article today (link below), I get the feeling that I got an old lock with a bandaid fix to appeal to our appease those people who wanted WiFi connectivity and thus, interactivity with platforms like Alexa and Google home. Less than 3 months after the release of the “WiFi” version, which is technically the old Bluetooth version with an add-on, I see they have released a newer version with WiFi built into the lock, with no need for a separate module that is sometimes glitchy. I feel kind of taken advantage of.
I would not recommend buying the lock until they fix their issues with homebase. The homebase currently only connects to some of their products, not all. If you have two homebases, they do not talk together.
This can lead to significant problems with any security system you set up.
Further, the locks do not connect with other home security protocols such as various z-wave devices, making the lock very limited in its use. Better to go with a z-wave lock at present.