Decorative knobs and pulls company Hickory Hardware has introduced a new electronic keypad deadbolt that allows homeowners to unlock their home with a simple access code.
The line of locks offers added features such as “vacation mode” to disable all access codes except the owner’s and “One Time Use" codes, which allow a single access for a contractor, repair person, or relative.
“For homeowners, remodelers, builders, architects, or design-conscience retailers, Hickory Hardware’s Electronic Keypad Deadbolts deliver security, convenience, and control with exceptional style and design,” says Tim Emmitt, president of Belwith, the parent company of Hickory.
The new keyless lock accepts up to 10 sets of access codes, allowing easy toggling between stay-at-home, work, vacation, and one-time use modes. It instantly safeguards the home with a simple, push-button operation to lock the door, so each time the correct four- to six-digit access code is entered, the motorized bolt locks or unlocks, and the lock icon light illuminates.
Additional features include backup key override, backlit keypad, low battery indicator, and a versatile installation that fits both right- and left-hand doors.
It comes in transitional, traditional, and contemporary styles and in aged bronze, satin nickel, and polished brass. The line has a suggested retail price from $93 to $115.