Eufy Smart Lock Touch WI-FI Review

Eufy Smart Lock Touch WI-FI Review

The Eufy Smart Lock Touch With Wi-Fi Bridge is more expensive than the original. It’s one of only a few smart locks with an embedded WiFi radio, but it’s rising in popularity. It works well, but it lacks the third-party assistance that the Editors’ Choice award winner offers for a similar price. The firm is best known for its robotic vacuum cleaners, but it is also developing an expanding line of smart home products. One disadvantage is that it is quite large in comparison to other smart locks, making it more visible on your door.

Design and Features:

The Eufy Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi is a budget-friendly lock that comes with a fingerprint scanner and a 12-button touch-screen keypad. The waterproof outside component of the lock measures 6.0 by 2.7 by 1.2 inches and has an IP65 rating (HWD). The lock’s interior component has the same finish as the exterior component. It has a thumb turn for locking and unlocking the door manually, as well as a keyhole hidden behind a magnetic disc. The Eufy August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is a low-cost door lock with a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack that should last up to 10 months on a single charge (depending on use). The Hampton Connected Door Lock and the Kwikset Halo Touch Fingerprint Smart Lock both have a 3.5-inch touch screen and 2.4GHz and Bluetooth radios.


Whether I used the app, a passcode, Amazon Alexa, or Google Assistant, the Eufy Smart Lock Touch & WiFi worked great for me, locking and unlocking swiftly. It took the reader many times to successfully read my fingerprint. The fingerprint reader’s recognition rate will increase with time, according to the business, thanks to its “built-in self-learning AI chip.”

Simple Installation, Smooth  operation:

The Touch & Wi-Fi lock is simple to set up thanks to Eufy’s detailed written and video instructions. The touch screen had fantastic illumination and was quite sensitive, and the lock responded to app inputs almost instantly. The fingerprint scanner and voice commands to lock and open the door worked perfectly. When a Ring Floodlight Cam detected motion, an Alexa Routine I wrote activated the lock as expected.


  • Fingerprint reader built-in.
  • Wi-Fi built-in for Alexa and Google Assistant.
  • Installation is simple.


  • Expensive Doesn’t support HomeKit or IFTTT and has a small number of third-party integrations.


You can lock and unlock your door using your voice, phone, or fingerprint with Eufy’s Smart Lock Touch & Wi-Fi. It’s simple to set up, has built-in Wi-Fi, and works with Alexa and Google voice commands. It isn’t compatible with IFTTT applets or Apple’s HomeKit platform, limiting its utility in a smart home setup Wyze Lock is an excellent choice if you’re working within a budget.

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