Deal on Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt: list priced $299.99 is now on 6% discount

The Encode Smart WiFi Deadbolt is Schlage’s newest smart door lock. It is also the company’s first Wi-Fi lock that you can access from anywhere without a hub. The Encode was made to be easy to set up. It has an easy-to-use mobile app that makes scheduling and programming a breeze, and it can be controlled by voice commands through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Like the Schlage Sense lock, the Encode has two trim styles to choose from: the chiselled Century or the more rounded Camelot. You can choose to have it finished in Matte Black or Satin Nickel. This is a complete lock assembly that comes with a deadbolt latch mechanism, a weatherproof exterior keypad escutcheon, an interior escutcheon, four AA batteries, different mounting hardware, a backup key, and a quick start guide.


  • Easy to install
  • Works with Amazon Alexa, Amazon Key, and Google Assistant
  • Integrates with Ring devices
  • Multiple scheduling options

The lock fits doors that are between 1-3/8 and 1-3/4 inches thick, and it uses the standard 2-1/8-inch lockset hole and 1-inch latch hole. The exterior escutcheon is 5 inches tall, 3 inches wide, and 0.9 inches deep. It has a keyway for a physical key and a 12-button capacitive touch-screen keypad with 0-9 buttons, a lock button, and a house icon that flashes a blue check mark when a correct code is entered.

If you enter the wrong code, a red X will flash on the house icon. Each full code entry is accompanied by a beep. The interior escutcheon is 5.5 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 2.2 inches high. It has a thumbscrew knob for locking and unlocking by hand. Under a removable cover are a place for four AA batteries, a button for pairing, an embedded 2.4GHz Wi-Fi radio, and an alarm that goes off if the cover is opened.

The Encode is different from the RemoteLock OpenEdge RG in that you don’t need a cloud subscription to add users and see the lock’s activity history. You can make up to 100 permanent, recurring, or temporary access codes and set specific start and end dates and times. You can also have the app send you a push alert when the lock is locked or unlocked and by whom.

How to get Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt smart lock?

The keypad can be used to programme the lock by hand, but the Schlage Home app for Android and iOS devices is much easier to use. When you open the app, it takes you to a home screen that shows the name of the door and a big lock icon that shows whether the door is locked or not. To lock or unlock the door, tap the icon.

John Brister
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