Schlage Connect Century Touchscreen Deadbolt Review

schlage connect century touchscreen deadbolt review

Schlage has brought another state-of-the-art locking device as Schlage Century digital lock system. The new Schlage lock comes in two different styles and colors as Century and Camelot. The new Schlage Century lock has a different design and style from its twin brother Camelot. The new digital lock features digital touchscreen lock system. Now, customers can unlock the door by simply entering the set password. Along with the password, the digital lock system can also be opened through the traditional key system.

schlage connect century touchscreen deadbolt review

The Schlage uses the state-of-the-art fingerprint scanner system that can recognize the fingerprint impression while wearing the gloves and can work well in wet conditions too. This means total protection with complete peace of mind. Now, customers have the liberty to set the fingerprint code while wearing hand gloves without the need to remove their gloves. Users can unlock the door by entering a 4 digit unique code. Customers can set a total of 30 different and unique codes that can be enabled or disabled any time at the will of the customer.

The device also supports Z-wave compatible smart hub. Customers have to synchronize the Z-wave smart hub with their home’s Wi-Fi system. With this system, customers can monitor each and every activity of locking or unlocking the door remotely on their smartphones from almost anywhere on the planet. With Z-wave smart hub, customers can get instant notification on their internet enabled smartphone during the attempt of locking or unlocking the door. Customers can also likewise monitor the activity if the door lock has been tampered with or has been forced to open.

The new Schlage digital lock system comes with a standard 90 dB alarm. The sound of the built-in alarm is as loud as any standard smoke alarm system. Customers can set the alarm for activity mode, forced entry mode or tampering mode. The sound of the alarm can be well-heard in daytime or nighttime.

The Schlage digital lock system also features backlit light; means customers can easily set the desired code in the absence of any external light source. The LED digits of the lock system are easily to readable in dark conditions.

Like the case with the Camelot door lock system, the Century door lock system also runs on standard 4 AA alkaline batteries. The life of a battery can be one year long. The lock also gives warning when the battery needs to be replaced.

The new Schlage digital lock system comes in a variety of finishes. The product comes with 1 year’s electronics warranty and lifetime limited finish and mechanical warranty.

Installation Schlage Connect Century Touchscreen Deadbolt:

Like the case with the Camelot digital lock system, the installation of the Century lock system is also not so difficult. The total installation requires not more than half an hour in total and the only tool needed for installation is a Philips screwdriver.

Additional Features of Schlage Connect Century Touchscreen Deadbolt:

  • The door lock is easy to use
  • Capable of Z-wave smart hub feature
  • It comes in a variety of finishes
  • Digital touchscreen display
  • User can set up to thirty different digital codes
  • Editing, enabling or disabling of codes is also simple and easy
  • Comes with 1 year battery life
  • Comes with 90 db built-in alarm system
  • Nighttime digit entering mode
  • Installation of the product is very easy.


The new Schlage Century digital lock system can be a great choice for protecting your home or offices in an efficient way. Apart from using digital pass codes, users can also have the privilege to open the door by the traditional key system. The lock features Z-wave smart hub, through which user can monitor each and every activity of the door remotely on their smartphones. The door comes in a variety of finishes. The installation requires just 30 minutes.



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