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I received a promotional email from RVLock regarding their soon to be released Bluetooth Pro upgrade that will allow locking/unlocking the electronic RVLock with a phone app.   Supposed to be backward compatible with any existing RVLock electronic locks.  Looks interesting, and will still allow use of the keypad or key as a backup.   I might wait a while though till they work out the early bugs.   And it does state that it uses a DC power adapter.  Who wants to go first?  
 


 

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2019 Oliver Legacy Elite II - Hull #461

Tow Vehicles:

Primary - 2019 Ford F-250

Backup - 2019 Nissan Armada 

 

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1 hour ago, FrankC said:

I received a promotional email from RVLock regarding their soon to be released Bluetooth Pro upgrade that will allow locking/unlocking the electronic RVLock with a phone app.   Supposed to be backward compatible with any existing RVLock electronic locks.  Looks interesting, and will still allow use of the keypad or key as a backup.   I might wait a while though till they work out the early bugs.   And it does state that it uses a DC power adapter.  Who wants to go first?  
 


 

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I think I’ll  keep my key lock and a spare key hidden seems simpler and less costly 🧐

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A bit useless for those few of us that do not carry cell phones.😁

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13 hours ago, Landrover said:

I think I’ll  keep my key lock and a spare key hidden seems simpler and less costly 🧐

The keypad/code access has been one of my favorite features.  If I’m out in the yard or garage and need to get into the trailer quickly, it’s nice to be able to unlock the door with the code, without having to go and get the key or the fob remote.  And the key can always be used as well just like a normal lock.  I do still keep plenty spare keys though in the tow vehicle and elsewhere.  And the lock does go through a set of batteries about once a year.   

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2019 Oliver Legacy Elite II - Hull #461

Tow Vehicles:

Primary - 2019 Ford F-250

Backup - 2019 Nissan Armada 

 

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Looking for a birthday gift for he-who-never-locks-a-door, I started researching keyless entry locks & came across one made by Bauer that is also bluetooth. On Amazon it's $255. Direct from manufacturer it's $275.

Although the keycode entry is all I really wanted, for $30 more, the proximity feature & being able to lock the door when already tucked into bed are nice perks.

Your thoughts?

Chris

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Neat. And it uses batteries, so doesn't require a wire run to the lock, like some of them.

If the proximity thing doesn't work properly inside the trailer, you could always turn off Bluetooth. Or the app .

We have a wifi app for our garage door. It has saved me countless trips back to the house to see if I  remembered to close the big garage door. And, love my keyless entry doors at home, too. Even though they require punching a code.

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