Arrow Lock Introduces Arrow Revolution Deadbolt

Deadbolt users rejoice.  Arrow Lock has introduced the new Arrow Revolution Deadbolt, the latest offering from the manufacturer’s popular Arrow Revolution touchscreen keyless entry system product line.

For property owners, facilities managers, and security professionals looking for a high-tech security alternative to traditional deadbolt systems, the Arrow Revolution Deadbolt offers an extra level of security beyond the conventional lock and key structure.  State-of-the-art touchscreen technology eliminates the need to distribute and keep track of multiple keys and, with up to 25 available codes, the ability to lock out a single user is simple.

“We’ve had tremendous success with the Arrow Revolution and so it only made sense to expand the availability and benefits of that technology for broader use,” said Tom Harris, general manager of Arrow Lock.  “Deadbolt users are typically challenged when needing to update their systems without incurring major costs and undergoing significant renovation -- there just haven’t been affordable, high-tech solutions for the everyday user.  The Arrow Revolution Deadbolt is a direct response to this need.  It’s the ‘revolutionary’ security system for anything and everything that needs protecting.”

Equipped with an adjustable backset and designed to fit standard door thickness (1 3/8-inch to 2 ¼-inch), the aesthetic Arrow Revolution Deadbolt installs in less than 15 minutes for prepped doors, saving valuable time and money.

Additional features include:

  • Multi-lingual voice prompting (English, Spanish and French).
  • Uses off-the-shelf AA batteries with an estimated life of one year.
  • Key override for standard cylinder or SFIC prepped doors.
  • Weather resistant for indoor or outdoor applications.

For deadbolt users wanting to take advantage of the security benefits with the Arrow Revolution Deadbolt without the touchscreen or voice guided programming functions, the product is also available as a standard push-button lock.



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