eufy Security Smart Touch Smart Lock

Last updated: October 4, 2021

eufy Security Smart Touch Smart Lock

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We looked at the top Smart Locks and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Smart Lock you should buy.

Overall Take

You can unlock the door in less than a second with this smart lock. It has built-in sensors to lock your door automatically. The lock can withstand extreme temperatures and rainfall.

In our analysis of 27 expert reviews, the eufy Security Smart Touch Smart Lock placed 7th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Fingerprint Identification: Smart Lock recognizes your fingerprint in just 0.3 seconds, and unlocks your door in 1 second. It’s faster than fumbling for your keys. (Does NOT support Wi-Fi connectivity or remotely control.) 4 Ways to Unlock: Open in an instant using your fingerprint, unlock via the eufy Security app with Bluetooth, or by using either the electronic keypad or the key. Automatic Locking: A built-in sensor detects when your door is closed and locks it automatically, keeping your home secure even when you’re in a hurry. All-Weather Protection: With an IP65 weatherproof rating, Smart Lock is ready to protect homes in any location. It’s capable of withstanding temperatures ranging from -30°C/-22°F to 70°C/158°F as well as rainfall. Protecting Your Privacy:Stores your fingerprint and in-app data locally—rather than on the cloud—to keep your personal information safe and private.

Expert Reviews

What experts liked

Sturdy design. Unlocks quickly with fingerprint. Can set up temporary codes.
Greatly improved fingerprint reader. More streamlined setup and smoother hardware operation. Rechargeable battery pack is more convenient than AAs.
Smooth deadbolt mechanism. Easy to setup and use.

What experts didn't like

Still on the pricey side.
It doesn’t offer remote access, which isn’t essential; however, it has the largest internal housing we’ve ever seen and a similarly large external one, so we’d recommend looking for one of the many other smaller devices available.
Same price as our top pick in this category. Oversized interior escutcheon. Minor operational hiccups.
Bluetooth only. Bulkier than some other smart locks we tested.


Have you ever lost your keys or just fumbled around trying to unlock your door? A smart lock is an excellent way to unlock your door using an app on your phone or a button on a keypad. It provides people with more flexibility and convenience when it comes to locking and unlocking the door.

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There are several different types of smart locks on the market. A common style of smart lock uses Bluetooth connectivity to automatically unlock the door when you are in proximity. You can also unlock a Bluetooth smart lock using your phone or a key fob. If you also want to increase security, consider using a biometric smart lock. It uses your fingerprint to allow entry. You can easily program the lock to read multiple people’s fingerprints.

RFID smart locks use a card or key fob to unlock the door. They typically lock automatically, so it’s important to have your key fob on you at all times. A keypad smart lock uses a pin number to unlock the door. You can program in different codes for different people and change codes as needed. A WiFi smart lock uses an internet connection to function. You can lock or unlock the door using your phone, usually from anywhere else in the world.

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