Smart Lock, ULTRALOQ U-Bolt Pro + Bridge WiFi Adaptor, 6-in-1 Keyless Entry Door Lock with WiFi, Bluetooth, Fingerprint and Keypad, Smart Door Lock Front Door, ANSI Grade 1 Certified

(2 customer reviews)
BrandULTRALOQ
Special FeatureANSI Grade 1 Certified for Highest Commercial Level of Security and Durability, Fingerprint ID, Smartphone Control From Anywhere, Simple Installation with No Drilling RequiredANSI Grade 1 Certified for Highest Commercial Level of Security and Durability, Fingerprint ID, Smart…
Lock TypeKeypad Lock
Item Dimensions LxWxH2.95 x 2.95 x 1.22 inches
MaterialZinc
Recommended Uses For ProductFor home front door, airbnb, office door, etc.
  • Control Your Ultraloq Smart Lock Anytime, Anywhere: Unlock, share access and see a Log of who’s entered and exactly when they did remotely using smartphone App with WiFi Bridge included. Share ekey or code remotely to your family, guests or service people for permanent access, specific dates or periods of time. Connectivity: 2.4GHz WiFi (802.11 b/g/n)
  • 6-in-1 Keyless Entry Smart Lock: Touch and Go 360° Fingerprint ID + Anti-peep Keypad + Smartphone + Auto Unlock + Shake to Open + Mechanical Key
  • Auto Lock and Auto Unlock: Smart Lock automatically locks as you leave and unlocks when you arrive at your door with your smartphone in your pocket. Voice control with Alexa and Google Assistant. Works with IFTTT. Compatible with Apple Watch.
  • Certified Highest Security and Durability: ANSI/BHMA A156.36 Commercial Grade 1. Proven for up to 35 times strength of standard residential locks along with a 7 times longer lifespan. IP65 rated dust and weatherproof external Smart Lock built to withstand heat and cold.
  • DIY Installation: Replace your current deadbolt with just a screwdriver. Backed by Ultraloq, world’s leading smart lock brand with more than 1 million happy American users. Plus lifetime mechanical warranty and 18 months electronic warranty.
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‎18 months electronic warranty and lifetime mechanical warranty

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‎2.95 x 2.95 x 1.22 inches

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‎UL ListedTRALOQ Smart Lock with Fingerprint Scanner and Hidden Key Hole, Wi-Fi Bridge Adaptor, Mounting Hardware, Backup Key, AA Alkaline Batteries, User Guide

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Product guides and documentsUser Manual (PDF)

Frequently asked question

Can I rekey the key core to a primus locks schlage core?

Experimentally, I found that there seem to be two different types of U-Bolt Pro cylinders, so that the bolt comes with either a Schlage-like keyway or a Kwikset-like keyway (at random). I was personally unable to successfully re-key the Schlage-like keyway to match an OEM Schlage C keyway. A professional locksmith succ… see more Experimentally, I found that there seem to be two different types of U-Bolt Pro cylinders, so that the bolt comes with either a Schlage-like keyway or a Kwikset-like keyway (at random). I was personally unable to successfully re-key the Schlage-like keyway to match an OEM Schlage C keyway. A professional locksmith succeeded in re-keying the Kwikset-like keyway to match an OEM Kwikset 980 SmartKey deadbolt (using the Kwikset 980 as the new global key, and discarding the Ultraloq keys). If you contact Ultraloq customer service, they will send you a new cylinder (Schlage-like or Kwikset-like), which you can then bring to a professional locksmith along with your home's existing key. The locksmith's re-key will cost around $25. I recommend that you do not try to re-key yourself, because the Ultraloq cylinders are proprietary and don't match OEM dimensions. Hope this helps.

Can this be used for double doors?

If you have double doors they make a lock that installs on the top corner of one of the doors usually the least used door. It can only be unlocked from inside and pretty much stays locked all the time except when both doors are needed to open. I also use these with roommates on one key locks on my balcony door just to … see more If you have double doors they make a lock that installs on the top corner of one of the doors usually the least used door. It can only be unlocked from inside and pretty much stays locked all the time except when both doors are needed to open. I also use these with roommates on one key locks on my balcony door just to feel safe. They also make a flushmount style that takes little more skill to install. I myself have found double doors can be pushed in if one of the door isn’t locked firmly in place. They aren’t expensive and pretty easy to install hardest part lining up the lock to latch. Hope this helps

can one bridge do multiple locks? like front and back door.

No it can NOT. I bought the UL1 and I bolt pro for the same door. … see more No it can NOT. I bought the UL1 and I bolt pro for the same door. They each need a bridge.

What happens if the batteries go dead? Am I locked out?

You won't be locked out, 1. When the Lock shows the 'Low Battery' alarm display, don't worry, you will be able to open your door for 1,000 more times, you will have more than enough time to replace the batteries. 2. This item have a function 'Micro-USB For Emergency Power'.

2 reviews for Smart Lock, ULTRALOQ U-Bolt Pro + Bridge WiFi Adaptor, 6-in-1 Keyless Entry Door Lock with WiFi, Bluetooth, Fingerprint and Keypad, Smart Door Lock Front Door, ANSI Grade 1 Certified

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  • Anonymous

    Four Ways to Unlock With NO Monthly Fees?! Now THIS is the Smart Lock You've Been Looking For!

    Let’s keep this really simple – just get this lock. Why you ask? Fine, fine, I guess I should explain the *why* behind getting this lock. But be warned, this is a long review…
    Truly, the U-Bolt Pro is everything a lock should be – literally. By biggest gripe with smart locks is that they usually have two features – some sort of key manual access and then some sort of technology. Maybe it’s a key unlock and a smart phone app, or maybe it’s a key unlock and a number pad, or maybe it’s a key unlock and a finger print reader. But this lock, my friends, has *all* those things.
    First off, in case anyone has not said this, you CAN get this lock rekeyed to match your existing set of keys. I love, love, love this – now I do not have to be stuck with some new random key for the deadbolt in addition to my current house key. The strange thing is, while the manufactures site states that this uses a Schlage style barrel, it actually uses a Kwikset key? Odd right? The locksmith I had rekey the barrels (which yes, you can remove from the lock and can take to your local lock smith!) was baffled as well. Personally this was not an issue for me (more of a great surprise actually) as I already had Kwikset keys on my house, but if you were expecting Schlage then you’d be disappointed as the barrel does not work with them. I assume one could buy a Schlege barrel and place it in the lock… however my locksmith warned against this as the tail is quite long on the included barrel and he did not believe there were any Schlege style barrels with such a long tail. So your mileage may vary – but TL,DR, this lock can be rekeyed to Kwikset keys!
    But back to what I was saying – I cannot, I repeat cannot, understate how important the all-the-above options to unlock the deadbolt was to me. You have SO many choices to unlock the door – and yes at first that might sound silly – but trust me, it’s great. Especially for people like my parents who do not want to use a smart phone app.
    Let me give you a general run down of how all these features have made my life simpler. When I pull into my neighborhood, the app alerts me that the locks are ready to unlock when I approach my house. And when I pull into my driveway, the locks instantly unlock so I do not even have to take the keys out of my pocket to get inside. And when I finally step into the house, the locks (after a set amount of time I preconfigured) will auto lock behind me. Just like that, with my hands full of groceries, I did not even have to pull the keys or my phone out of my pocket. Wow. And this becomes exponentially better when it’s raining and I am not fumbling for my keys to unlock the door! I can just run inside barely getting soaked! Now it’s not always perfect, maybe once or twice a month I have a Bluetooth issue where the lock does not detect I’m there but hey, I can stomach that inconvenience – especially when you have other options to unlock the door.
    Leading to my next comment – the fingerprint and pin pad unlocking. Maybe I left my phone at home or perhaps the lock did not detect me at the door. No problem, finger print scanner to the rescue. Just one two second hold with my finger and the door unlocks without a hitch! And when I’ve had gloves on and that’s not an option, I can unlock the door with the number pad. Also FYI, these are the two methods my parents prefer the most – they don’t want to have the app on their phones, but they also would like for a way to unlock the door without having to fumble with a key. A fingerprint or a number code stored locally on the device (that can work even without Wifi!) is excellent for them. Now if you want to unlock the device from the app when say you’re at at work for example and no where near your house, you will need the bridge – but otherwise the device functions entirely on Bluetooth locally.
    If all else fails – my phone did not connect, the finger print reader was not reading my thumb for some reason, or perhaps the lock is dead and the number pad cannot function – I can just flip down the lid and insert my traditional house key. Did you count that? There are FOUR different ways to unlock this deadbolt! And did I mention there are NO MONTHLY FEES fees for this?!
    Okay okay look I concede, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. There’s one eency weency issue: Alexa and this lock hate each other. Perhaps this can be fixed with a software update… but the issue still persists to this day for me. Now the lock will pair fine with Alexa, and I can even ask Alexa to unlock the device or lock the device with my voice. But, that’s where the problem begins. First you have to tell Alexa a pin to unlock the deadbolt… which seems crazy to me. Yes I know, the whole point is so that no one can just shout ‘Alexa, unlock the front door!’ from outside your house and the Alexa device inside hears the command and unlocks… but also, I really would prefer not to have to tell Alexa a pin every single time, especially when other people around me outside could hear such a pin. However honestly it wouldn’t matter if they did hear my pin as, surprise, Alexa cannot unlock this lock! She will lie to you and say she has but oh no, do not believe her beautiful voice – she is a liar! The Alexa app will say the door is unlocked too, but that is also false. It simply just does not work with Alexa – and if that is something incredibly important to you then this may not be the lock for you. With that said, I really don’t believe it should be, though, I never once felt the need to unlock the deadbolt with Alexa nor ever found the idea more convenient than using the location proximity/the app, my fingerprint, the number pad, or the key itself. Maybe it would have been nice when I’m already inside to make sure the door is locked, but isn’t that what the auto lock feature or the app is for already? And I guess this issue could be solved down the line with an update too, so maybe by the time you are reading this the whole paragraph is a nonissue!
    Wow, I typed a lot here – though when you’re spending almost $200 on a lock, you want to make sure that your money is going towards a good investment. I can confidently say that yes, it absolutely is – heck, I bought three of them, dropping more than half a grand… and without a doubt, it’s been 100% worth it. If you want a lock with multiple smart unlocking options, a physical key option, and no monthly subscription, you found it. Installation was simple too! I just really, really, really like this lock if you can’t tell by now – and I hope you will too.

    09/25/2022
    Verified Purchase

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  • Anonymous

    Outstanding device. Key-free, Worry-free, Teenager-proof

    The best purchase I made for my new home. I no longer have to deal with teenagers always forgetting or losing my keys. The Ultraloq does what it claims with the exception of the bluetooth unlocking feature as my phone nears the door. More on that below. All of the other features are great: fingerprints, codes/profiles, unlock from anywhere via the wi-fi bridge, auto-lock feature, etc. It does it well.
    Pros:
    1) Fingerprint: I find that I use the fingerprint unlock the most. Never a misstep. It takes your fingerprint from every angle so you can be assured that your fingerprint works correctly each time. I’ve set up myself and my son for this and no issues with unlocking.
    2) Auto-lock: As I get busy and older, I lose most of my marbles or I find I’m developing OCD tendencies to check if I locked the door every few mins because I just KNOW I forgot something I did 20 secs ago. I don’t think about it anymore. The door locks with a 30-sec delay and that’s that. To note: My neighborhood has recently had thieves put rubber bands on the pull handle that would prevent a door lock from engaging. The locking mechanism for the bolt and the door handle are separate so I don’t have that worry. And no longer worried about my forgetful absent-minded teenager or myself. Completely worth the price for that alone.
    3) Codes/random input: I don’t use this often because i’m lazy but I have used it and works well. I set up normal users for the home, a code/key for family that I trust, a code/key for temporary use (i.e. electrician that needs to drop in while I’m away, etc.). what every the reason, I can set up multiple codes/keys, assign them appropriate access and length of time to use it. I recently put this into action when I had my internet installed and provided my technician a code to use so I didn’t have stand near the door as they went in and out. I have used the random input (hitting numbers with the correct code buried in). Works as intended. I can see this working well for those in an apartment or townhouse setting with many people coming by, but on the front porch of my home with nary a visitor much less passerby on the street that is yards away, It’s not a concern for me. I’m just happy the option is there should I decide to move and take this with me to an environment like that again.
    4) Wi-fi Unlock: Another feature I was very excited about. My car has this feature and I can start my car that’s parked at the airport while I’m away in Turkey. Works the same. The kit comes with the wi-fi bridge. Once connected and set up on the wi-fi, the feature works. I’ve tried this while I was in another state and my aunt dropped by so I can test it. One caveat is that it does not work on the 5 ghz spectrum of your wi-fi, just 2.4.
    5) Battery: I have cons about this, more below. However, this was a saving grace as well. During a power outage on my block, the only thing working was this door lock and the security panel that has a battery built in for emergencies. Because it’s not hardwired, I was able to get in and out. And now that I leave my key behind ( I need to change that), we would have been locked out otherwise. Again, worth the price. It also comes with the option to charge the lock via a USB connection but I don’t regular carry a powerpack around to provide it juice should this happen. just make a regular maintenance to change the battery (my recommendation is every 3 months/quarterly) and this shouldn’t be a worry.
    6) Installation: It was easy peasy. The instructions were more than adequate, including the illustrations provided. I’ve never installed a door lock before and I had ZERO issues with doing this. I did take a look at a you-tube video prior but it was unnecessary as the instructions were detailed. I did change out the cylinder to a more secured key and that process was super easy too. I don’t ever have to worry about hiring a locksmith unless I’m truly locked out (which I will rectify soon).
    7) Physical key: This was a deciding factor in my purchase. I still wanted to use my key on the off chance of a power outage, battery failure, etc. Being locked out of your home is no fun. I did change out the cylinder to a more secured key and that process was super easy too. I don’t ever have to worry about hiring a locksmith unless I’m truly locked out, which I will rectify soon by putting the key in a location outside my home.
    Cons:
    1) The bluetooth unlocking feature as my phone nears the door does not work as claimed. I can’t say if this feature simply doesn’t work or if it’s just my signal as I live in a virtual dead-zone in my neighborhood (i.e. I have to be on wi-fi calling while in my home), but it’s a no-go for me. I don’t complain much about this because all the other features work so well but I wish this did as I hate having to push a code or use my fingerprint when I’m carrying a dozen grocery bags. And I’d rather carry 25 grocery bags than make multiple trips the car. It’s one of the features I was most excited about (says every mom ever).
    2) The push notification telling me that U-tec bolt is jammed when it’s not. I don’t know the cause of this. Some times, it correctly identifies a jam (i.e., I didn’t close my door completely flush or I left it ajar when the auto-lock function activates). Most times, it doesn’t. It hasn’t impeded the security system from activating so I just simply take a look if I’m home and dismiss the notification. I know when i’m leaving, if I’m in a hurry, i just push the ultraloq button on the bottom of the pad to lock it and I hear the lock engage. Most times, I just close the door firmly when leaving and I’m confident in knowing the door is flush for the lock to engage on the auto-lock timer.
    3) It will drain batteries far quicker than advertised. I installed my Ultraloq 11/29/2019 and it need new batteries by 3/1/2020. Far less than the 6 months advertised. And I didn’t use the batteries provided. I used a fresh pack of Energizer Max.
    4) Pairing the wi-fi brige was a beast. It only works on the 2.4 spectrum of the network so I had a lot of issues with the set up as my phone only registers/prefers the 5 ghz spectrum. It took much longer than it needed for the app to recognize the bridge. I had to close and open it multiple times in order to get it work. Once done, it was fine. However, I recently changed providers and it wasn’t easy to change the network in the app. Very difficult. I had to nearly delete the app or reset. However, just going in, removing the bridge function and re-initiating it allowed me to set up on a new network. Not cool
    I cannot comment on integration with Alexa or Google. It’s my plan in the near future to integrate with both in order to have a hybrid system. It doesn’t integrate with my security system (ADT) but I knew that prior to purchase so it’s not a con for me. Once I do integrate, I’ll update my review. Because I”m able to use the U-tec app to lock the door, it’s a workaround of the integration for now.
    In all, it is an outstanding device and just what I needed. Despite the cons I listed, I don’t really have much to complain about as the pros outweigh this for me. I feel secure in and out of my home with it so it’s one less worry that I have, especially as person that travels so much. I chose this device over others because of the features this one has that would provide me multiple ways to access my home. Namely the battery and physical key. Knowing that power outages happen, I didn’t want to be left out in the cold one day that I’m least expecting it. Also, coming from years of apartment living, my son loses keys and fobs ALL THE TIME. The money I’ve spent replacing these are staggering. I didn’t want to deal with this again.
    I love this product. It didn’t receive 5 starts because of the cons I mentioned. It’s not a perfect product or it’s not perfectly working for me. However, it works exceptionally well and would be a great product to use anyone’s home for peace of mind. Please note: My review is not endorsed, sponsored, paid for, or anything else that would signify a monetary exchange. I don’t often leave reviews (something I should change since I rely on them) but I was compelled to do so especially after recent events at my own home that tested this purchase.

    07/28/2022
    Verified Purchase

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