The best smart lock for a keyless home – Christopher Null

While traditional lock-and-key systems have improved over time, the basic mechanism hasn’t really changed since the first lock was invented more than a thousand years ago: A piece of metal that is just the right shape pushes pins inside a lock into the proper position, allowing the lock mechanism to turn. As a society, it’s been tough to replace a system that has worked reasonably reliably for literally a millennium.

Updated December 31, 2021 to add our Securam EOS review. It’s not the prettiest smart lock we’ve encountered, but it has an outstanding fingerprint reader and it can also be unlocked via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, its numeric keypad, or a physical key. We’d have scored it a lot higher had we not experienced connectivity issues. 

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