Lockly Vision Doorbell Camera smart lock Review

Lockly Vision Doorbell Camera smart lock Review

A smart lock with a video doorbell and fingerprint scanner, the Lockly Vision. To connect to your home network, you’ll need a Wi-Fi hub (which is also included). The lack of night vision and motion sensing in the video doorbell holds it back.

Design and Features:

The Satin Nickel Lockly Vision is a fully assembled lock that includes installation, user, and quick-start instructions. A 2.5-inch capacitive touch screen, a biometric 3D fingerprint scanner, and a keyhole hidden beneath a protective shell are all included. A 720p video camera with a 150-degree field of vision is incorporated in the top bezel of this model. Because the camera lacks night vision, you may not be able to see who is at your door late at night. The Lockly Secure Plus and the Vision both use the same smartphone app.

It contains a thumb turn for locking and unlocking it manually, as well as a Privacy button that turns off the external keypad and fingerprint scanner. It runs on eight AA batteries (included) and contains a Bluetooth radio for close-range phone communication. When you select the Vision tab, a Control screen appears, with a video panel on top.

Installation and Performance:

The Vision lock is similar to the Secure Plus in terms of ease of installation, however the hub requires a few extra steps. My fingerprint was always recognised by the fingerprint scanner, and the touch-screen pad was always responsive. The lock had no trouble responding to Alexa voice commands to lock and unlock the door.

Batteries and Battery life:

The Lockly Vision video doorbell runs on 8 AA batteries, which you’ll need to have on hand in the future. The batteries are said to last up to a year, but that depends on how you use them. To avoid early battery exhaustion, there are energy-saving measures such as an automatic 30-second timeout on the video feed.


  • Doorbell camera with a built-in camera.
  • Touchpad, fingerprint scanner, and keyed access.
  • Voice command.
  • The quiet operation.
  • Touch-screen code protection using Pin Genie.
  • Video storage on-site.


  • Pricey .
  • There is no night vision or motion detection. Support for HomeKit and IFTTT.


The Lockly Vision Doorbell Camera Smart Lock allows you to lock and unlock your door in a variety of ways. Before unlocking, it allows you to see and speak with whoever is outside, but it lacks night vision and motion sensing. The RemoBell S, a wired video doorbell with a high-resolution camera and sharp night vision, is a good match for the Ultraloq U-Bolt Pro, our Editors’ Choice smart lock. Both devices are compatible with other smart devices.

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