Lockly Flex Touch Fingerprint Deadbolt Review

Lockly Flex Touch Fingerprint Deadbolt Review

You may create eBadges and register up to 99 biometrics with the Lockly Flex Touch Fingerprint Deadbolt. The Wi-Fi hub is an additional buy but is simple to install and reliable in testing. The Ultraloq U-Bolt Pro Wi-Fi with a fingerprint sensor and a touchpad is our best selection.


Deadbolt lock Lockly Flex Touch Smart Lock has 4xAA batteries and a constructed fingerprint sensor. You can move a lock if its batteries die by using a regular 9-volt battery. The lock can also be opened or shut manually from the inside using a button. 4 Rechargeable AA batteries must last nine to ten months, according to Lockly.


With the Flex Touch Smart Lock from Lockly, you can open and lock doors with just a touch. It features a fingerprint scanner. It functions by scanning the user’s fingerprint, and when successful, a green light is displayed around the pad. The lock system is quite loud; as it opened and closed, a crushing sound could be heard throughout my house. I turned off the automatic locking and closed it manually.

App Option:

On the My Property tab of the application, each of your Lockly devices is listed alphabetically. To access a Command screen with a symbol that flashes red when the door is unlocked and blue when the door is closed, tap a lock. Anywhere in the app, press the Control button to revert to the home screen.


Like the majority of smart locks, the door determines how simple an installation is. If you’re doing it yourself, all you have to do is take out the old lock, put in the Lockly deadbolt, mount the front operation and feed the wires through, mount the backing plate, and finally mount the rear of the lock on the plate.

 Insert the batteries in and utilize the application to verify your fingerprints to open the lock once it is installed and capable of being unlocked automatically. Your fingerprint is scanned by the Lockly Flex Touch Smart Lock and stored on the lock itself, not in the cloud or on your phone.

This means that even if your Internet access or the electricity goes out, the lock can still function. Passwords are not supported by the lock; you must instead use your finger, a key, or an electric key you make in the app. Additionally, it allows voice commands with Google Home or Alexa from Amazon.

A Fine Fingerprint Lock:

You only need to press your finger on the Lockly Flex Touch Fingerprint Deadbolt to open and close your door. It utilizes Bluetooth to link up with a smartphone companion app so you can make eBadges. Although the lock is on its own, using voice recognition or remote control requires a  Wi-Fi hub.


  • Installation and use are simple
  • A regular lock appears from the front.
  • does not need external electricity or the Internet to function


  • Wi-Fi connection necessitates a separate hub
  • third-party integration is scarce.
  • Batteries are not included in the package.


The Lockly Flex Touch Fingerprint Deadbolt allows you to open your door with your finger, a smartphone, or a conventional key, but voice commands and remote monitoring require a separate Wi-Fi hub.

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