Review: Adel LS9 Biometric Fingerprint Keyless Door Lock

adel-ls9Summary: The Adel LS9 biometric fingerprint keyless door lock is fast at reading fingerprints but it’s made of plastic. I prefer theSamsung SHS-P718 LBK/LMK lock. It’s sturdier, it has a better design and it comes with extra security features.


  • Fast fingerprint recognition
  • Easy to install


  • The housing and levers are made of plastic
  • Installation and operating instructions are poorly written


  • 3 Ways to Unlock: fingerprint, code/password, mechanical key
  • Guest Password– for friends and relatives
  • Supports up to 120 users
  • Easy Group Management – for fingerprint storage
  • Passage Mode – for conferences or business purposes
  • Adjustable Handle Direction – the handle can be installed either to the left or right
  • Low Battery Indicator – you will receive a notification whenever your battery is running low
  • 9 W Battery Probe – in case the lock fails you can use a battery to open the door

Is This Biometric Lock Right For You?

The Adel LS9 biometric fingerprint keyless door lock can be mounted on a front door, garage, storage or office door.


  • 1 x Fingerprint Door Lock
  • 2 x Keys
  • 2 x Key Cylinder
  • 3 x Accessories
  • 1 x Screw Pack
  • 1 x Installing Manual
  • 1 x Operating Manual
  • 1 x Combination Hammer/Hand drill
  • 1 x Screwdriver
  • 1 x Drill
  • 1 x Rasper

Installation & Usage Tips

The lock is guaranteed to fit almost any door (30-60mm/1-2 inches door thickness).

Bottom Line

The Adel LS9 biometric fingerprint lock has a decent fingerprint recognition system and it also comes with lot of useful features, such as low battery alert, guest password and adjustable handle direction. One disadvantage of using this lock is that the housing and leavers are made of plastic. I believe theSamsung SHS-P718 LBK/LMK is a better lock because it sturdier, it has a stylish design and it comes with additional security features.

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