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Does it come in a double cylinder design?
The lock appears to be of a single cylinder design, meaning it only has key access on one side. If a burglar breaks in through a window, they can unlock it by hand from the inside and remove larger items such as televisions through the door. The window at least limits the size of what they can steal to small items.
- Asked by Luis C from Austin
- Apr 1, 2014
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In USA the Kevo comes in "Venetian Bronze" colour but I can find this option in Australia. Will this be offered here?
- Asked by Duncan W from Mona Vale
- Nov 16, 2014
- Flag as inappropriate (In USA the Kevo comes in "Venetian Bronze" colour but I can find this option in Australia. Will this be offered here?)
Can the lock still be picked or defeated with a bump key?
I like the concept of the electronic lock, but I don't like that they still left the standard key hole. I understand that you need a back up if there is a power/internet outage, if your phone dies, or if you lose your phone. When it comes to the lock on my front door, I care more about security than a second of convenience. But, have they made the lock tamper resistant? Can't the bad guys just use a bump key to defeat the lock?
- Asked by Paul J from Kingwood
- Mar 19, 2014
- Flag as inappropriate (Can the lock still be picked or defeated with a bump key?)