Updated February 01, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

The 10 Best Touchscreen Door Locks

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Since the initial publication of this wiki in January of 2019, we've made 8 edits to this page. When it comes to ensuring home and/or job site security, you can never be too careful. So why not fortify your property with one of these touchscreen door locks? We've included models that are capable of accepting commands from a variety of mobile devices, while also being able to store fingerprints and access codes. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best touchscreen door lock on Amazon.

10. Harfo HL91

9. Clevr Electronic

8. Pineworld Plus Advance

7. Ultraloq UL3

6. Schlage Camelot

5. Ardwolf A10

4. Toledo Combo

3. Yale Assure

2. PIN Genie Lockly

1. Samsung Biometric

Editor's Notes

January 31, 2019:

Added the Samsung Biometric for its built-in proximity sensor, fire and intrusion alarms, and the ability to temporarily deny access to a home after several failed code entry attempts. The Pin Genie Lockly is capable of scrambling numbers after each, use, preventing any snooping by unscrupulous users. Also included the Yale Assure due to its extremely thin profile and bottom-located battery terminal for emergency charging. I thought the Toledo Combo was a great option, thanks to the inclusion of an HD video camera as well as its 2-way audio streaming functionality. Both the Ardwolf A10 and Harfo HL91 offer convenient unlock tracking, which can be quite useful for monitoring the history of who's already come and gone. The Schlage Camelot offers a wide range of compatibility with home automation systems and it interfaces easily with most mobile devices. Also included the Pineworld Plus Advance, as its corrosion-resistant exterior steel body is ideal for use in all weather conditions. Finally, the Clevr Electronic's delayed auto-lock function makes it a useful choice for those who may fear that they've forgotten to lock conventional deadbolts.


Jeff Newburgh
Last updated on February 01, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

Jeff is a dedicated writer and communications professional from San Francisco with a bachelor of arts in anthropology from UC Berkeley. He began his career in computer consulting and later branched out into customer service. Jeff focuses on making complex topics easy to understand. With over 10 years' experience in research, his relentless curiosity fuels a love of writing and learning how things work, and has helped to build expertise in categories such as heavy-duty power tools and computer equipment. Jeff's passion for animals affords him a strong understanding of pet products, including dog houses, beds, and grain-free foods. When he's not writing, he prefers spending time with his family and three dogs, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.


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