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Product Name: Kwikset SmartKey lock

Have you ever loaned out a key that was never returned, or would you like to be able to grant temporary access to neighbors or a contractor? The Home Depot can help. SmartKey rey-key technology is the solution. The Kwikset SmartKey lock gives homeowners the ability to quickly and easily re-key their own locks without removing them from the door.

You can increase your home’s safety and pick up a Kwikset SmartKey lock from The Home Depot today. SmartKey offers increased security and peace of mind because lost, loaned or unreturned keys become useless. It also offers one-key convenience for your home – you can re-key your front, back and side doors to the same Kwikset key.

Kwikset SmartKey’s re-key technology features a patented side-locking bar, central to the locks’ ability to be rapidly and easily re-keyed. The bar replaces the traditional pin and tumbler design that is particularly vulnerable to increasingly popular lock-bumping attacks.

Delivering outstanding strength and protection, SmartKey deadbolts have passed the most stringent lock picking standards and offer ANSI/BHMA certified Grade 1 security. Grade 1 security is the highest level of tested residential security available in the industry.

Based on performance and features, Kwikset SmartKey deadbolts earned the prestigious Best Buy rating from Consumers Digest Magazine in the residential deadbolt lock category in February 2010.

Purchase Information: Kwikset SmartKey deadbolts can be purchased online at and at your local The Home Depot store.

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We love the Home Depot and shop there whenever we are doing things around the house.  And we are always happy with the service we receive there.  Just this morning, my husband was there at 6am when they opened.  We had a LOT of rain yesterday and last night and our ground was pretty soaked.  Then we lost power about 3:30am and our sump pump obviously wasn’t working without power so water started coming into the basement.  We decided that we just needed to bite the bullet and get a generator, no matter what the cost because our basement is partially finished.  We needed to avoid the water getting into that part of the basement.  So my hub was there when they opened to get us a generator, and he was very successful – Yeah Steve!

So what does this have to do with Home Depot?  Well he was very impressed at how many employees were there first thing in the morning and everyone who helped him was extremely nice and helpful.  He didn’t even have to ask for help getting it onto the cart and then in the car.  My husband expects good service, but he thought this was better than good service.  I told him I wasn’t surprised they had so many employees working because whenever I go there, I never have a problem finding someone to help me, which I usually need!  That’s what I love about the Home Depot.

If you are looking for a holiday gift for your man, perhaps one of these Kwikset SmartKey locks will work?



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