Apple HomeKit

Danalock V3 HomeKit Smart Lock

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  • Overview

    The Danalock V3 Homekit is a wireless smart lock that lets you easily control access to your home from your iOS devices. With its simple Danish design and advanced encryption algorithm, the Danalock offers a secure yet elegant door-locking experience that meshes seamlessly with your home automation system.

    Now you can stop worrying about remembering your key when leaving home. Just take your iOS device and use Siri or the Apple Home app to unlock your door. The Home app also lets you give your family access. And you will always be able to use your usual key for locking and unlocking the door.

    For more details about which lock types are compatible with Danalock V3, please visit https://danalock.com/danalockv3-mounting-guides.html.

    Highlights

    Designed for Apple Homekit

    Easy installation — no special tools required

    Lock and unlock your door using Siri voice commands or Home app

    Highest standard of security with an advanced encryption algorithm

    Automatic re-locking after you get home

    Use your usual key as backup

    Give family members access via the Home app

    What’s in the Box

    Danalock V3 HomeKit Smart Lock

    Adjustable cylinder set (only included with locks for countries outside of Scandinavia)

    SCANDI adapter kit (only included with locks for Scandinavian countries)

    Four CR123A batteries

    Installation instructions

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Batteries Required, HomeKit Compatible, Wireless

    Connections: Wireless

    Power Source: Battery power

    Batteries: Lithium Polymer

    Battery life: Approximately one year.

    Height: 67 mm/2.83 in.

    Length: 59 mm/2.33 in.

    Width: 59 mm/2.33 in.

    Weight: 195 g/6.89 oz.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: 1032060

    UPC or EAN No.: 5712560000882

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

    Manufacturer Note

    Be sure to check with your individual home insurance provider ahead of purchasing a smart lock to ensure that your policy covers it.

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  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
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    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Really poor Homekit-integration & terrible attitude from manufacturer.

      The Homekit integration of the Danalock V3 is really poor; Homekit-versions of the Danalock V3 is NOT supported by the Danalock app itself, meaning you can't do The Homekit integration of the Danalock V3 is really poor; Homekit-versions of the Danalock V3 is NOT supported by the Danalock app itself, meaning you can't do more than lock and unlock via Apple Home. ALL other functionality like sending guest-invites with time-limited validity, or changing the settings of the lock remotely, etc is NOT available at all. But the worst part of all is the manufacturer's attitude which is "Apple's problem, not ours; - if the Apple Home app doesn't support those features it's Apple's fault, not ours. If you wanted those features, you should have bought the z-wave version of Danalock instead". Very surprised Apple accepted products with such poor Homekit-integration for listing in their store! Hopefully it will put the spotlight on the problems though, so manufacturer changes attitude. The hardware itself is good, or even really good. Just a BIG shame its more or less useless as a smart lock because of the non-existing software/app support. But worst of all, is the manufacturer's attitude of not even wanting to recognise and take responsibility for the problem.

      • Written by Pontus K from Höllviken

      39 of 44 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Really poor Homekit-integration & terrible attitude from manufacturer.

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Can’t recommend

      I would heavily recommend that no one buy one of these locks whilst they are supplied with Gerda lock mechanisms. I bought one last week from the Regent Street I would heavily recommend that no one buy one of these locks whilst they are supplied with Gerda lock mechanisms. I bought one last week from the Regent Street Apple store and then had a lock smith install it. All good apart from only having 3 keys supplied as standard. No problem I was led to believe as I was also supplied with the key card entitling me to additional keys from Gerda. 1st issue no lock smiths seem to exist in the UK that can provide keys as apparently Gerda refuse to supply blanks to them. Not sur if this is true or not but I contacted Gerda directly who told me to bu a new lock because they only supplied replacement keys to customers buying locks directly from them. After having spent nearly £300 including the lock smith I have a lock without enough keys and am waiting for Gerda, Danalock or Apple to respond to how this will be resolved. Given my experience I can’t recommend anyone else buy one and end up in the same position.

      • Written by Michael B from Trinity

      32 of 34 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Can’t recommend

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Things are not always as claimed

      Excellent hardware design and function, works well with Siri for locking/unlocking and Homekit for auto lock/unlock. Low noise level when operating and good no Excellent hardware design and function, works well with Siri for locking/unlocking and Homekit for auto lock/unlock. Low noise level when operating and good notifications when used via a Homekit hub. Please note that some of the advertised functions are not available via Homekit and that emails asking for advice are ignored by Danalock support. My example was shipped with a Gerda brand adjustable cylinder that was of poor quality and unusable because it could not be inserted into the eurolock aperture. An email of complaint was speedily and efficiently answered by Danalock support and the replacement Danalock brand cylinder was of excellent quality and fitted perfectly. Part of the confusion regarding Homekit functionality is caused by the multiplicity of web articles detailing various versions of the product. Danalock needs to resolve this confusion before selling too many of the V3 Homekit version lest an excellent and well-designed product becomes tainted by claims of misrepresentation.

      • Written by trevor H from Tynemouth

      15 of 18 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Things are not always as claimed

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Can’t recommend

      I would heavily recommend that no one buy one of these locks whilst they are supplied with Gerda lock mechanisms. I bought one last week from the Regent Street I would heavily recommend that no one buy one of these locks whilst they are supplied with Gerda lock mechanisms. I bought one last week from the Regent Street Apple store and then had a lock smith install it. All good apart from only having 3 keys supplied as standard. No problem I was led to believe as I was also supplied with the key card entitling me to additional keys from Gerda. 1st issue no lock smiths seem to exist in the UK that can provide keys as apparently Gerda refuse to supply blanks to them. Not sur if this is true or not but I contacted Gerda directly who told me to bu a new lock because they only supplied replacement keys to customers buying locks directly from them. After having spent nearly £300 including the lock smith I have a lock without enough keys and am waiting for Gerda, Danalock or Apple to respond to how this will be resolved. Given my experience I can’t recommend anyone else buy one and end up in the same position.

      • Written by Michael B from Trinity

      32 of 34 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Can’t recommend

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Things are not always as claimed

      Excellent hardware design and function, works well with Siri for locking/unlocking and Homekit for auto lock/unlock. Low noise level when operating and good no Excellent hardware design and function, works well with Siri for locking/unlocking and Homekit for auto lock/unlock. Low noise level when operating and good notifications when used via a Homekit hub. Please note that some of the advertised functions are not available via Homekit and that emails asking for advice are ignored by Danalock support. My example was shipped with a Gerda brand adjustable cylinder that was of poor quality and unusable because it could not be inserted into the eurolock aperture. An email of complaint was speedily and efficiently answered by Danalock support and the replacement Danalock brand cylinder was of excellent quality and fitted perfectly. Part of the confusion regarding Homekit functionality is caused by the multiplicity of web articles detailing various versions of the product. Danalock needs to resolve this confusion before selling too many of the V3 Homekit version lest an excellent and well-designed product becomes tainted by claims of misrepresentation.

      • Written by trevor H from Tynemouth

      15 of 18 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Things are not always as claimed

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Really poor Homekit-integration & terrible attitude from manufacturer.

      The Homekit integration of the Danalock V3 is really poor; Homekit-versions of the Danalock V3 is NOT supported by the Danalock app itself, meaning you can't do The Homekit integration of the Danalock V3 is really poor; Homekit-versions of the Danalock V3 is NOT supported by the Danalock app itself, meaning you can't do more than lock and unlock via Apple Home. ALL other functionality like sending guest-invites with time-limited validity, or changing the settings of the lock remotely, etc is NOT available at all. But the worst part of all is the manufacturer's attitude which is "Apple's problem, not ours; - if the Apple Home app doesn't support those features it's Apple's fault, not ours. If you wanted those features, you should have bought the z-wave version of Danalock instead". Very surprised Apple accepted products with such poor Homekit-integration for listing in their store! Hopefully it will put the spotlight on the problems though, so manufacturer changes attitude. The hardware itself is good, or even really good. Just a BIG shame its more or less useless as a smart lock because of the non-existing software/app support. But worst of all, is the manufacturer's attitude of not even wanting to recognise and take responsibility for the problem.

      • Written by Pontus K from Höllviken

      39 of 44 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Really poor Homekit-integration & terrible attitude from manufacturer.

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