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Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel

  • Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for remote locking/unlocking without additional accessories
  • Manage up to 100 access codes via Schlage Home app or Key by Amazon app
  • Works with Alexa for voice control and battery status updates
  • Fingerprint-resistant, capacitive touchscreen with one-touch locking
  • Built-in alarm technology for security breaches detection
  • Easy installation with snap ‘n stay technology
  • Product specifications include battery indicator, hands-free operation, and connectivity with voice assistants


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  • $184.69 - June 8, 2024
  • $199.69 - May 9, 2024
  • $209.69 - April 26, 2024
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  • Lowest Price: $184.69 - June 8, 2024
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Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel
Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel


The Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel is a cutting-edge smart lock that combines convenience, security, and style. With built-in Wi-Fi, this smart lock allows you to lock or unlock your door from anywhere without the need for any additional accessories. You can easily pair it with the Schlage Home app or Key by Amazon app to create and manage up to 100 access codes for trusted friends and family, offering recurring, temporary, or permanent access.

This smart deadbolt works seamlessly with Alexa, enabling you to check the status of your lock, lock or unlock your door, and receive low battery alerts. You can even set up smart reorders through Amazon Dash Replenishment to ensure you always have replacement batteries on hand when needed.

The Schlage Encode features a fingerprint-resistant, capacitive touchscreen with one-touch locking, providing convenient access to your home. Optional voice control allows for hands-free operation with voice-enabled devices. The built-in alarm technology can detect potential security breaches, while the low battery indicator offers advanced warning for battery replacement.

Installation is a breeze with the Schlage Encode thanks to its snap ‘n stay technology, which allows the deadbolt to snap onto the door for easy hands-free installation. The smart lock is designed for residential single-family doors with a door thickness range of 1-3/8 inches to 1-3/4 inches.

Product Features:

  • Brand: Schlage
  • Special Feature: Battery Indicator, Hands-free, Smart Lock, Touchscreen, Wi-Fi
  • Lock Type: Keypad
  • Material: Nickel
  • Recommended Uses For Product: Door
  • Style: Deadbolt
  • Color: Satin Nickel
  • Finish Type: Brushed
  • Controller Type: Vera, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa
  • Shape: Oval
  • Item Weight: 3 Pounds
  • Control Method: Voice
  • Connectivity Protocol: Wi-Fi
  • Manufacturer: Schlage Lock Company
  • Part Number: BE489WB CEN 619
  • Item Model Number: BE489WB CEN 619
  • Batteries: 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Size: Century
  • Pattern: Century
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Number Of Pieces: 1
  • Special Features: Battery Indicator, Hands-free, Smart Lock, Touchscreen, Wi-Fi
  • Batteries Included: Yes
  • Batteries Required: Yes
  • Battery Cell Type: Alkaline
  • Warranty Description: 3-Year Electronics Warranty and Limited Lifetime Mechanical and Finish Warranty

Enhance the security and convenience of your home with the Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel. With its innovative features and stylish design, it is a perfect addition to any modern home.

Additional information

Specification: Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel



Special Feature

‎Battery Indicator,Hands-free,Smart Lock,Touchscreen,Wi-fi

Lock Type


Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎0.89 x 3 x 5 inches






‎Satin Nickel

Finish Type


Included Components

‎Lockset, Hardware, Installation Instructions

Controller Type

‎Vera, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa



Item Weight

‎3 pounds

Control Method


Connectivity Protocol



‎Schlage Lock Company

Part Number

‎BE489WB CEN 619

Product Dimensions

‎0.89 x 3 x 5 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number

‎BE489WB CEN 619


‎4 AA batteries required. (included)







Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Special Features

‎Battery Indicator,Hands-free,Smart Lock,Touchscreen,Wi-fi

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Type


Warranty Description

‎3-Year Electronics Warranty and Limited Lifetime Mechanical and Finish Warranty

Schlage Encode Smart Wi-Fi Deadbolt with Century Trim in Satin Nickel Videos

Price History

Price history for Schlage Encode Smart Wifi Deadbolt (BE489WBCAM619)
Latest updates:
  • $184.69 - June 8, 2024
  • $199.69 - May 9, 2024
  • $209.69 - April 26, 2024
Since: April 26, 2024
  • Highest Price: $209.69 - April 26, 2024
  • Lowest Price: $184.69 - June 8, 2024

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  1. Amazon Customer

    This lock is well worth the premium. My spouse was originally skeptical about a ‘smart-lock’, but having experienced this one, she’s stated that she never wants to go back. Easy to install and setup. The mobile app works well on Android but the Alexa Integration is sometimes spotty (1 in 5 times). For instance, I can tell Alexa to lock the Front Door, but Alexa thinks about it for a while before performing the action. I can assure you this is not an issue with Wi-Fi connectivity on Alexa’s side.

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  2. jeri

    I had door installers put these on a new door for me (not a locksmith). Then I had someone else set it up for me. The app works great, takes only 1-2 seconds to respond. I was a little lost at first but the guide on Schlage’s blog helped me out a lot. Easy to set up new users and virtual keys. Love it! It looks really pretty too ^_^ I bought mine with the matching handle and interior door levers 🙂

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  3. Robert Woodworth

    This is a good looking product that was easy to install. The hookup to the wi fi was easy and the ap is functional. A quality product

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  4. MichaelJ

    6/27/20 update: still no major issues to date. The lock ‘just works’. We don’t think anything special about it day to day and that’s probably as it should be. Only complaint long term is only way to light the panel at night is to touch a button. Best so far is to memorize wheee the lock button is and press that as it won’t register as a number entry. Batteries don’t last quite as long as they claim (no surprise) but it’s not been particularly hungry either using amazon’s batteries.

    8/17/19 update: still going strong. Schlage has released several firmware updates but I haven’t been able to tell any difference. So that part has been seamless.

    I use the Schlage app and not Amazon Key and have had zero problems to date. The lock can not be in both modes at the same time. It’s either an Amazon Key or using Schlage. Without a camera for Amazon to open your front door I’m not sure of the use of letting Amazon manage your lock. The lock in Schlage mode works fine with Alexa.

    A few hiccups with the app early on where it would act like it forgot or couldn’t find the lock. But that hasn’t happened now for quite a bit. That may have been part of the firmware updates.

    Anyhow I’d buy it again. Only complaint is that they are expensive and you have to have a locksmith to rekey them if you have more than one and want the keys to match.

    Original review: Bought this to replace an old Kwikset that had the finish worn off from years in the Florida sun. We will see how well this finish lasts (I replaced the door handle with a matching set as well).

    Installation was pretty straight forward, though I did have to do a little work on the door jam to install the deeper double plate that comes with Schlage locks (this is important BTW, as it’s what gives these locks a better break in resistance rating over their competitors. Without that plate and extra long screws your lock installation isn’t as secure as it otherwise would be). This unit is much quieter than the lock is replaced, and it’s also more compact. I can still hear it, but it’s not that loud. I also had to go and find some door paint to touch up the areas the old lock covered that this one doesn’t.

    The app gets bad reviews, but I think that’s because of some of the other locks and not so much the app itself. With this lock, I had zero problems installing it and setting it up. It took a few minutes to join my network and probably 3-5 minutes to do the firmware update. The Alexa skill was also quick and mostly painless.

    I also setup an account for my wife and shared the lock permissions with her, so she can do everything from her phone as well except delete the lock from her account. Getting this part to work is a little tricky, since it’s not well documented. I only figured out because a Shlage rep had posted on here in reply to one of the other negative reviews about what you needed to do. You have to give them a virtual key but to do that the app wants, on an iPhone anyhow, to automatically share something but it doesn’t tell you what. After some fumbling around I figured out it wanted to send the text of an e-mail with a onetime use password. The app should just do this automatically instead of opening the iOS share menu, as things like AirDrop don’t work (or better yet MAKE AirDrop work for this so I can do the exchange that way!). Likewise, on my wife’s phone the link from this e-mail opened the app store and then took me to the app page which allowed me to launch the app and then it asked me for that code. Seems like the link should just ask if you want to open the app and do that (like Facebook does).

    Lastly, the app doesn’t know your type of lock in advance, so it gives you the option to use HomeKit right from the first screen, but this lock doesn’t support HomeKit. So that might cause people some grief as well.

    Overall, I’d say 5 stars for the lock and 3.5 stars for the app, but mostly because of the lack of directions for the shared setup I noted above. I applaud Schlage for participating in reviews and hopefully they will take the feedback to heart. Let’s also hope they spent more than a few minutes thinking about the security of this thing and employed some smart people in the use of good crypto, nonces, etc. so it’s really secure and not hackable. No excuses for that in this day and age when there are many competent security professionals they can pay to design these things.

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  5. Handyman Shopper

    This Schlage Decode lock is great! I owned the Kevo 2nd Gen previous to this but the Kevo was problematic and did not have as many nice features like this. I’m going to compare the 2 so you know the pros and cons of both.

    Schlage: Con: You have to get it rekeyed at Lowe’s or HD if you want it rekeyed. Or you have to get a special kit and then you can rekey. Not as simple as Kwikset’s simple rekey technology. Standing on the outside, I open my door inward and my door swings to the right. When first installed, the thumbturn seemed to not fully turn to thrust the deadbolt fully into the lock strike-plate. It turns out, you have to turn on the phone app and then enter the preprogrammed lock combination on the lock panel. Then a note will appear on the phone app to ask to proceed. After telling the App to proceed, the Schlage door lock will open and close and then the thumbturn will function properly.

    Pro: LOTS. Lock is quiet and smooth in it’s operation of thrusting and retracting the deadbolt. WiFi remote ability included. It pairs with my WiFi router easily since the door location has great signal. I can operate this lock from anywhere in the world using the phone app as long as my phone has internet capability. To operate this lock at the lock itself, locking is simply pushing the lock icon button on the lock’s numbered panel. You can also assign multiple access digit codes on the lock number panel for different people. As a result, everyone can choose his own number code to operate the lock and the App will show who opened and closed the lock based on which codes were used. Takes only a few seconds to enter the number code to open the door and kids love doing this.

    You can also program it to lock automatically from 30 secs to 4 minutes after it’s been unlocked. I set it to 4 minutes in case I forget to lock my door; it automatically locks in 4 minutes. 30 seconds is too short because I sometimes need to get something from my garage or patio and I don’t want the lock to automatically lock so quickly. Four minutes is plenty of time to go out to do a short errand around the house.

    It also comes with a real backup key which I hide but have access externally in case the battery runs out or the electronics malfunction. Some of the smart locks don’t have backup mechanical key function and this in my mind is dangerous. Sure, you can put a 9 volt battery to power the lock and it will solve the low internal battery problem but what if the electronics are defective? And who stores a 9 volt battery outside just in case the lock’s battery goes too low? Speaking of batteries, the Schlage App shows the actual battery strength. So far, I’ve used the lock heavily for 1 week and the battery percentage went down 1% so a set of 4 batteries should last 6 months to 1 year. Also, to change the battery, the cover just pulls up and the battery is quickly and easily changed.

    I really like this Schlage lock.

    Kevo 2nd Gen – Pro: Can be re-keyed easily. Yes, you can re-key it to use your old keys by just turning the key while in the lock, pushing in a flat metal tool, removing old key, inserting new key, and turning lock. Simple, fast, and easy.

    Con: Noisier than Schlage when it mechanically moves the deadbolt.

    Con: Kevo App doesn’t tell what the battery strength is, unlike the Schlage. To change the battery, 3 screws must be removed and the faceplate must be removed and then the battery can be changed. Too big of a hassle when you have to do this monthly.

    Must use a smart Phone to unlock Kevo and be nearby since it only uses bluetooth. You have to be less than 20 ft to remotely open/lock the Kevo. To use wifi, you have to buy a Wifi adapter costing about $100 extra.

    No code access. There is no number panel on lock so anyone without a phone cannot open the door without a key. As a result, my 10 year old could never unlock the door. To open, the Kevo app must be opened on the phone and you can remotely open the lock if you are less than 20 ft away since it uses bluetooth. Or if the app is opened in the background, you can touch the “rose face-plate” of the Kevo and it unlocks. However, sometimes this doesn’t work and I would have to use the app to remotely open it or even just use the key. The Kevo is not as reliable as the Schlage and there is no number panel to key directly to the Kevo in case remote operation doesn’t work..

    So just spend a little more money and get a Schlage Decode. It provides all the features I want in a smart lock and is reliable in it’s operation. Also, make sure the deadbolt travels into the strikeplate easily, without resistance. Otherwise, it’s requires more energy (shortens battery life) and lock may jam.

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  6. Walter Miguel Farrer

    Sin duda es un gran producto para residencias, departamentos y quienes manejen propiedades de renta temporal tipo Airbnb. Es un producto robusto, resistente, de fácil instalación y administración. Permite asignar códigos numéricos a todos los usuarios u llevar registros de todos los ingresos y aperturas de la puerta a través de una APP.

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  7. Kath G

    After much research, I finally bit the bullet and bought a Schlage Encode, and I’m so glad I did. I love this lock! Installation instructions (especially the online interactive instructions) made it easy to install, although I did have to make a few minor modifications because it didn’t quite retrofit to my old lock fittings. Now that it is installed, everything seems to be working perfectly. The Schlage Home app makes it super easy to lock/unlock the door (great to do from the car when you have an armload of shopping or from bed if you’re not sure the door is locked), set up user codes for specific dates and times (which I need for my Airbnb guests) and notify me when the door is locked and unlocked. It can be set up to automatically lock or not after the door is open (great for when people leave to ensure the door is locked). I’m so happy not to have to take my key with me when going out. Definitely worth the price.

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