Kwikset's Kevo Bluetooth-enabled deadbolt lock lets you unlock your door wirelessly with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and the Kevo app. You don't even need to take your iOS device out of your pocket or purse; just touch your lock and it recognizes you. No more fumbling for keys or memorizing codes.
Send an eKey
If family, friends, or visitors need to enter your house, simply send an electronic key (eKey) to their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Free Kevo Mobile App
You can use the Kevo app for initial setup; for sending, disabling, and deleting eKeys; and for viewing history of lock activity. Plus, it lets you set up a variety of other configurable features and options.
No iPhone—no problem
Each Kevo lock comes with one Kevo Fob. Keep your Fob in your pocket, purse, or backpack and enjoy the same Touch to Open convenience you have with your iOS device. Each Fob included with the lock is pre-enrolled, so there's no additional setup required. You can also purchase more Fobs for other family members.
- Bluetooth-enabled deadbolt
- An iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch acts as your key
- Touch to Open convenience
- Share eKeys via your iOS device
- Receive notifications and manage the lock and eKeys using the Kevo mobile app
What's in the Box?
- Kwikset Kevo complete deadbolt lock
- One Key Fob
- Two iPhone e-Keys (electronics keys)
- Two mechanical keys
- Four AA batteries
- Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 4.0
- Battery life: Up to 1 year
- Height: 7.41 in./18.82 cm
- Width: 2.75 in./6.98 cm
- Weight: 3.5 lb./1.58 kg
- Length: 2.75 in./6.98 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 99250-001
- UPC or EAN No.: 883351477659
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty. One year electronic warranty.
Kevo – Your Phone Is Now Your Key
Download the Kevo app for use with the Kevo Smart Lock made by Kwikset and Weiser.
With Kevo, your Smartphone is now your key.
No more fumbling for your keys. Keep your phone in your pocket or purse and just touch the lock to open.
Send eKeys to family, friends and guests from anywhere, anytime with the mobile app or from the web portal (www.MyKevo.com). Control access by choosing to send an Anytime, Scheduled or Guest eKey.
Check Kevo’s history to see lock/unlock events and eKey activity for all users.
The Kevo Bluetooth Enabled Deadbolt is available from retailers in the USA (Kwikset) and Canada (Weiser). For more information or to buy a Kevo smart lock, visit www.kwikset.com/kevo or www.weiser.com/kevo.
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. …
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Ratings & Reviews
Amazing and Simple
Love this thing. Easy to install and easier to use. (I even had to get a replacement part for a thick door and the team was supe Love this thing. Easy to install and easier to use. (I even had to get a replacement part for a thick door and the team was super easy to work with.) The sharing aspect is amazing as well, now all my friends can take care of my dog! …
- Written by Ryan A from Brooklyn
83 of 93 people found this useful
Even easier to install than expected
This new lock is even better than I had expected it to be. The install was very easy for me, a non-technical single mom wrangling This new lock is even better than I had expected it to be. The install was very easy for me, a non-technical single mom wrangling 2 little boys that wanted to "help" me get this set up. Unbelievable. It worked on the first try.
After having this installed for a few days, I'm getting incredibly spoiled based on the ease of use. I can unlock my door by touching the lock (while balancing on a far-too-narrow step with a purse, laptop bag, kids backpack, and several bags of groceries) without fumbling for my keys. It gets the little ones and I inside, out of the cold, in a snap. It's rare that products work better in real life than they do in commercials. And THAT is why I'm even taking the time to write a review. This thing is so sweet! …
- Written by Melissa C from Minneapolis
79 of 89 people found this useful
Keys were a bad idea in the first place
This is a great product, similar to the way a high-end car unlocks. The indoor/outdoor capability is amazing. Love the outside L This is a great product, similar to the way a high-end car unlocks. The indoor/outdoor capability is amazing. Love the outside LED's that indicate if the lock has been locked or unlocked. …
- Written by John F from New York
68 of 80 people found this useful
This lock looks just like the original lock it replaced
I put this lock on our cabin, so we can rent it via services like AirBnB and not have to hand off the key, simply email an eKey to I put this lock on our cabin, so we can rent it via services like AirBnB and not have to hand off the key, simply email an eKey to them, and disable it when they leave.
The best part of this lock is that when it is not active it looks exactly like the original lock it replaced, the lights are only visible when running. Install was easy with just 4 screws. Sadly I killed the first lock I bought by pinching the antenna cable, leave the adhesive on the antenna wire! Once in the door install the batteries while holding the program button and it will test for door direction and it is now ready for use. I woke the included key fob with a pencil tip and walked out the door. Touching it caused it to lock upon detecting the fob on my body.
I then used the key tool to swap the included key for the original house key so ALL my locks use the same key. Just turn the included key, insert the key tool, remove the key, insert your house key, remove the tool and turn your key both directions. Your house key now controls the lock, the included keys no longer do.
Lastly I downloaded the app to my iPhone 5 and followed the directions onscreen to have the lock registered in my name. Touch the program button and it became aware of my phone as a key, Touch the Calibrate button and perform the procedure (go outside with phone in pocket and tap the lock several times) and it calibrates the antenna to your phone and pocket, do this with the fob too. This makes it so when someone knocks on the locked door your approach doesn't allow those outside to unlock your door simply because your key is near on the inside of the door. The lock ONLY opens when you are outside with your eKey.
I have emailed several family members as test who simply downloaded the app, registered, and accepted my eKey invitation. When they arrived at the house their key allowed them to open and lock the door w/o me being there or hiding a key above the door frame. When they leave I can disable their eKey without removing their eKey so they can only use it again when I say they can, or I can retrieve the eKey and email it to someone else. I get a notification when anyone uses the lock right on my phone.
Since the eKeys and their tracking are controlled by the company they don't give you unlimited keys, currently they give you 5 extras when you buy (Summer 2014) but may change that number and require you to buy them. 6 total seems like enough for now.
The only feature I cannot find is let people in on certain days and times, like a dog walker or plumber. Guess that will come in a future release. I somehow also assumed that it would include the ability to unlock from the iphone, but I guess they don't want to be a target for hackers. Since NO ONE can unlock remotely, hackers will have to stand in-front of my door to try and get in, where hopefully I would notice them. …
- Written by Randal S from Alameda
3 of 3 people found this useful
We purchased two locks, one for our front door and the other for our back door. These locks had constant problems, one of them be We purchased two locks, one for our front door and the other for our back door. These locks had constant problems, one of them being that it would randomly lock without us touching the deadbolt when we would close the door. Needless to say my pregnant wife and I ended up locked outside on more then one occasion without our iPhone on us to open the lock back up again. We had other issues with repeatability of it unlocking when we did have our iPhone with us. I must have calibrated each lock 50-60 times with mixed results. Since we had two separate locks with similar inconsistencies on both I am of the opinion that Kevo's deadbolt technology is simply terrible.... …
- Written by Alan R from Calgary
8 of 17 people found this useful
Love and hate relationship
I have had my lock replaced 3 times. The first time it was because the wiring harness got in the way while screwing the lock onto I have had my lock replaced 3 times. The first time it was because the wiring harness got in the way while screwing the lock onto the door set. Kwikset is awesome to work with and very VERY quick to respond to your needs. The downfalls are, they do not tell you that you only get 2 e-keys and that in the first roll out they will give you an additional 5, after that you have to pay for each one. For some reason the app always decides to shut down, and as you need it to work, it will not open the door until you log back in, usually while standing in the rain with your hands full. Love the lock, hate the little glitches. I say buy it, but do your research. …
- Written by Shane G from Oceanside
11 of 13 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Are you able to know if some one open your door? Can you lock your house whenever you are away
- Asked by Eduardo V from Lewisville
- Apr 8, 2014
Can someone enter my house when they steal my iPhone?
- Asked by Selmar D
- Feb 24, 2014
Unlike losing a physical key to your home, you can delete an eKey from any browser. The other optio Unlike losing a physical key to your home, you can delete an eKey from any browser. The other option: you can always reset the lock (at the lock), and start over. I did have my iPhone stolen from pocket at grocery store. Logged into my Kevo account on my wife's, but could have used a computer in their cafe. viola! eKey deleted. bought new iPhone, logged in, eKeys back. I also did the find my iPhone thing (phone was already offline). etc. This was much easier then when the kids lost the physical key to the house month's earlier and we re-keyed all the mechanical locks. ugh. …
- Answered by Dirk W from State College
- Mar 20, 2014
Is the signal sent secured? Can someone intercept and hack in?
- Asked by Mark H from South Plainfield
- Mar 31, 2014
they use PKI encryption where each transaction is a unique challenge-response. So things like sniff they use PKI encryption where each transaction is a unique challenge-response. So things like sniffing are not relevant. Some additional info is on the Kevo site, and you can find info on line and places like wiki …
- Answered by Dirk W from State College
- Apr 7, 2014
does my friend or mom need to accept the electronic key (eKey) to open. or they can just open right away after i send the electronic key (eKey)
- Asked by Barry Jibb F from Anchorage
- Apr 3, 2014