Review: Adel Trinity 788 Biometric Fingerprint Keyless Door Lock

adel-trinity-788Summary: The Adel Trinity 788 biometric fingerprint keyless door lock is sturdy and has a fast fingerprint recognition system, but it’s not very accurate and the scanner is sensitive to sunlight. I recommend the Samsung SHS-P718 LBK/LMK lock instead.

Pros

  • Fast fingerprint recognition
  • Sturdy and well made
  • Easy to install

Cons

  • The fingerprint recognition is not very accurate
  • The scanner gets activated by sunlight
  • Poor customer support

Features

  • 3 Ways to Unlock: fingerprint, code/password, mechanical key
  • Supports 99 users
  • Uses 4 x AA batteries (included)
  • Reversible handle – accommodates left or right opening doors
  • Infrared sensor automatically turns fingerprint reader “ON”
  • 9 W Battery Probe – in case the lock fails you can use a battery to open the door
  • Mechanical keys for emergency use

Is This Biometric Lock Right For You?

The Adel Trinity 788 biometric fingerprint keyless door lock was designed to be use at home or at the office.

Bottom Line

The Adel Trinity 788 biometric fingerprint lock has a well made case and it’s fast in detecting fingerprints. However, it’s not really accurate and sometimes it will take as many as 3 tries to unlock the door. Another disadvantage is that the scanner will get triggered by sunlight. I recommend the Samsung SHS-P718 LBK/LMK , which is a much better alternative.

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