Redefining what it means to be secure, Schlage ® , a brand of Ingersoll Rand, unites brains and brawn in the new Touchscreen Deadbolt lock, putting the highest grade of security at homeowners’ fingertips. The Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt, a 2013 Electronic House Product of the Year award winner, is a strong, innovative lock that brings together the industry-leading home automation features of NexiaTM Home Intelligence, the worry-free convenience of keyless entry, and protection of a built-in alarm, to create a lock like no other on the market. The multi-function lock offers keyless control using simple access codes, so homeowners never have to worry about losing, hiding, carrying or forgetting their house keys again.
To celebrate the launch, during the month of January Schlage will choose 13 lucky winners to take home a new Touchscreen Deadbolt as part of a New Year, New Lock promotion. For a chance to witness the Touchscreen Deadbolt difference, visit the Schlage Facebook page.
Every aspect of the Touchscreen Deadbolt has been designed with homeowners’ security in mind. Backed by more than 90 years of inventive Schlage design, the Touchscreen Deadbolt delivers an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) grade 1 security rating, the highest residential rating awarded on the market, as certified by Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA).
The Touchscreen Deadbolt can hold up to 30 unique access codes and is designed to support temporary codes for homeowner convenience. Codes can be tailored to specific days and times of the week to provide home access only when scheduled, such as for cleaning service personnel. Depending on the current setting, the built-in alarm technology enables homeowners to hear instantly when someone goes in or out, tampers with the lock or tries to break into the home.“We call it a fully loaded lock for a reason,” said Chris DeSchamp, Schlage electronics portfolio leader. “It has the most features on the market – the highest security rating, a built-in alarm, plus the ability to control it remotely – ultimately creating a self-monitored security system for your front door. This is our strongest lock and it changes everything.”