Fitting a keyless entry door lock is a brilliant way to add modern convenience to your home. You won’t need to worry about hunting around for your key among the contents of your pocket or bag, and you can let guests in easily, too. Both smart and non-electronic models are on offer to suit your preference, and you’ll find the top choices right here.
You can pick between letting yourself through the door with your phone, fingerprint, by code, or with a key if you opt for this design. For security, the code can be keyed in among a longer set of numbers so an onlooker won’t be able to steal it. The handle is reversible so you can fit it to suit the way your door opens.
Easy to fit
This elegant design is compatible with most lift-to-lock multipoint locks and is suitable for most PVC and composite doors. You’ll just need a screwdriver to add it. You can configure, control, and unlock from a smartphone, or open the door with a key tag or card, or phone tag. The lock is approved by the British Standards Institute.
No batteries required
If you prefer a lock that doesn’t need power, this design could suit you to a T. You can choose a four to eight-digit combination to open the door, but the numbers can be used in any order. Your door won’t lock automatically with this design, which you might prefer.
IOS and Android app
Put your finger on this sensor and it’ll wake it, and get you in speedily. The door’s automatically relocked after it’s used for security. You can get in via a smartphone as an alternative, or with a passcode, or a card. There are two of the latter included, as well as two keys.
Works with existing lock
This lock fits UK oval cylinder locks, and can be fitted without drilling or screwing. The lock opens automatically when you get home, and fastens when you leave with your smartphone still in your pocket. It can be used with Apple Home Kit, Siri, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Apple Watch, too.
Bring a wooden front door into the 21st century with this model, which can be teamed with a 60mm nightlatch. There’s the option to use a PIN code to get into your home, or a key card, or key tag, or remote fob, as well as enter with the smartphone app. There’s a built-in tamper alarm, and an alert if the batteries are running low.
A keyless door lock can be a real boon, allowing you and all your family members to get in and out without having to locate your keys. One of these can also allow you to give visitors access when necessary without fuss. The Ultraloq UL3 BT Bluetooth Enabled Fingerprint and Touchscreen Smart Lock provide the option to open your door using fingerprints, or a code, along with a smartphone.
If you like the assurance of the British Standards Institute kitemark, go for the Yale SD-L1000-PB Conexis L1 Smart Door. It fits most non-timber doors, can be fitted with a screwdriver and works via the Yale app as well as a key card or key tag.