Keys are for Suckers | Smart Lock Upgrade

Time for a small confession: I don't like change. I'm one of those 'if it ain't broken, don't fix it types. I was one of the last people to get a cell phone, I don't gravitate toward gadgets or tech innovation and I don't like watching television on my computer. I could give you a longer list but let's just say, I'm part Amish. So when it comes to implementing technological advances in my home, I usually shy away. Not so shocking when you think of my love of old homes and vintage furniture I suppose - the old way can sometimes be the better way. Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong generation!

But there are some rare cases of a truly better mousetrap. It just takes one little crack in the facade to see the light.  Case in point, we installed the Schlage Sense deadbolt at our shore place and I am.in.love.

Keyless Lock


I had been thinking of replacing our standard deadbolt with a keyless deadbolt for years but now we have finally done it, it's such a huge convenience. The advantages are many - especially in a vacation home.
  • No longer having to carry a key to the beach preventing the whole "hide the key in a shoe" game. Nope, criminals will never figure out our genius hiding place!
  • Never having to make a copy of a key again. Sorry local hardware store.
  • Being able to give friends and family their own unique codes (and being able to turn them on and off at will)
  • Being able to give temporary codes as needed to the occasional plumber or condo inspection
  • Never being locked out again because you forgot your key (no, that never happens to me - my mind is a steel trap!)
  • Schlage Sense has a keyed option (although I don't plan on ever using that - keys are for suckers)

Schlage Sense Keyless Deadbolt
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So what took me so long? Well, I was worried it would be difficult to install (I was wrong - it installed with a screwdriver), I was worried it wouldn't be secure (wrong again - it meets the highest industry rating for security), I was concerned it wouldn't work with our less than stellar Wi-Fi signal (no issue here because it uses Bluetooth, not Wi-Fi). So essentially I was worried about absolutely nothing and I'm so pleased I got over my fears and went ahead and joined the modern age.

Schlage Sense Keyless Lock Set

What about you?  Does new technology scare you off or peak your interest?


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Schlage. The opinions and text are all mine.


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