Craftsman EntryEase Fingerprint Keyless Entry Pad

$4.97 $119.99
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Comments (15)

scottkinva (L1)
Aug 12, 2010
Totally cool -- putting it next to current number pad so can use either.
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ryanyoung (L0)
Aug 10, 2010
a little hesitate...but it looks good, any users here?
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briko3 (L2)
Aug 11, 2010
I've got it. The only thing is to remember EXACTLY the angle you used to scan your print or it won't open. I had mine a little to the side and have to scan it that way each time. Not a big deal, and I caould rescan, but it's something to keep in mind if you find it "not working properly".
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furquanatique (L3)
Aug 10, 2010
Do note that this device does not have a keypad, which means you cannot punch in any combination of numbers to enter, you MUST be or have the person with the recognized finger to enter.
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shacketj (L2)
Apr 13, 2010
Its cool no matter who you are...
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furquanatique (L3)
Aug 10, 2010
The reviews aren't.
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nadball (L1)
Apr 12, 2010
i'd be weary of a fingerprint garage door opener: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MythBusters_%282006_season%29#Fingerprint_Lock
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nadball (L1)
Apr 12, 2010
if that link doesn't work, try this one:

http://bit.ly/bWhpIt
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Thursdae (L1)
Apr 13, 2010
But who is going to get a copy or latex copy of your fingerprint. A lot of work to get into your house. Just about as much as it wold be to find out the code
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skyk (L5)
Apr 12, 2010
Alive again!!
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shacketj (L2)
Apr 08, 2010
No longer available :(
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akaricke (L5)
Apr 07, 2010
Alive again! $5 cheaper. Now $34.97
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(L)
Sep 03, 2009
price is $119 on Sears.com
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ellis (Mod)
Sep 03, 2009
This deal has expired.
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(L)
Mar 09, 2009
Ok so i checked out this product. In response to the person below me, the keypad requires NO wiring. So it must run on batteries. Secondly, if you don't have a garage door that uses this wireless technology (not IR) you will need to also purchase the reciever.
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