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Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt

Kwikset Obsidian

Kwikset Kevo

Kwikset Premis

Schlage Sense

August Smart Lock

August Smart Lock Mortise Kit

Latch M-Series Smart Lock

Let's start with Yale's line of touchpad smart locks. Each one will let you assign different codes to different users, then track who's coming and going in a companion app. The newest generation goes all-in on those touchpad smarts, eliminating the keyway altogether.

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The Kwikset Obsidian is another key-free smart lock that'll hit the market this year. It's got a slick, minimalist design, and absolutely no place to put a key whatsoever.

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Now in its second generation, the Kwikset Kevo is a Bluetooth deadbolt that pairs with your phone. Touch it, and it'll scan for that Bluetooth connection, then let you in.

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Kwikset also makes the Premis, a touchpad smart lock that works with Apple HomeKit. That means you can lock and unlock it using Siri voice commands.

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Schlage was actually first to market with a HomeKit-compatible deadbolt.

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The August Smart Lock is another option that works with Apple HomeKit. It isn't actually a deadbolt, but rather, a deadbolt-turning gadget that fits over your existing lock hardware.

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August now offers a kit that works with mortise locks. They're more common in commercial settings and apartment complexes, so for now, it's available only for locksmiths, building owners and commercial dealers.

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The New York-based startup Latch is taking a similar approach with its own camera-equipped smart mortise lock. It's headed to businesses and apartments this year.

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