Who hasn’t forgotten their keys? Or hasn’t been able to find them as they’re trying to dash out of the house? If you’re among the absent-minded, you might want to consider the Schlage Camelot Deadbolt Keypad (well, unless of course you’re so absent-minded that you can’t recall numbers and combinations. If that’s the case, you’re sort of screwed).
The Schlage Camelot Deadbolt Keypad allows you to set a code that locks and unlocks your door without the use of a key. Besides being great for key-forgetting types, the keypad system is ideal if you’re going on a run and don’t want to bring your keys (if you’re like me, there’s nothing quite as irritating as having a bundle a jingling metal pressing against you as you pretend to like exercise).
The numbers also light up when in use, which is pretty handy if it’s the evening and your front porch light is off. This avoids the potential embarrassment of blindly and suspiciously trying to punch in a code while your neighbors call the police to report a burglar at your house.
The reviews for the Schlage Camelot Deadbolt Keypad in Aged Bronze
on Amazon, where it retails for $121, have all been quite positive. It looks good, is easy to install and works just like you expect it to.