Model # 354ATK RDB 15 SMT CP 6AL

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Baldwin Prestige Alcott Satin Nickel Entry Knob Featuring SmartKey
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Prestige Alcott Satin Nickel Entry Knob Featuring SmartKey

  • Satin nickel finish
  • For use on exterior doors where keyed entry security is needed
  • Smartkey re-keying tech allows you to re-key the lock yourself
$50.97 /each
Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Lifetime Polished Brass
  • Satin Nickel

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Baldwin has a 60 year legacy of craftsmanship and innovation. Rated #1 in quality by builders and contractors, Baldwin is pleased to offer a line of luxury hardware for the discriminating consumer, our Prestige Series. Feel the difference - Baldwin hardware is solid throughout. With a 60 year legacy of superior style and quality, Baldwin is the choice for an elegant and secure presence. The classic round shape and intricate lines of the Alcott knob complement and enhance a variety of design styles. The crisp, clean appearance of the satin nickel finish adds to the overall look of the product and brings a modern feel. Both knobs/levers can be locked or unlocked by key on the outside, or turn button on the inside. SmartKey Re-key Technology allows you to control who has access to your home. Re-key the lock yourself in seconds in 3 easy steps. Have you recently moved or had a child lose a key? It’s time to re-key. SmartKey provides the highest level of residential security and features BumpGuard to protect against lock bumping.

  • Use it on doors with an exterior exposure where a secure, locked entry is needed
  • Featuring smartkey re-key technology and re-key the lock yourself in seconds in 3 easy steps
  • Patented side locking bar technology offers improved security by protecting against lock bumping, an attack technique used to defeat conventional pin and tumbler locks
  • Solid zinc construction
  • ANSI/BHMA grade 2 security
  • Features a fully adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations
  • Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty
  • Note: product may vary by store




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Are all Baldwin Smartkeys interchangeable?

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August 31, 2016
Several of the Baldwin locks offer the Smartkey. Can they all be keyed regardless of style, series, etc? Will be buying several new lock sets and need all to be keyed the same eventually.
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Baldwin Model# 354ATK RDB 15 SMT CP 6AL Prestige Alcott Satin Nickel Entry Knob Featuring SmartKey allows the you the flexibility to re-key your own locks quickly and easily without removing them from your door. SmartKey locks can be rekeyed to work with the key from other SmartKey locks but are not compatible with other brands.
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What is the maximum door with that this lock will fit

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December 10, 2015
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Baldwin Model # 354ATK RDB 15 SMT CP 6AL, Prestige Alcott Satin Nickel Entry Knob Featuring SmartKey, fits doors from 1-3/8” to 1- ¾” thick.
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can this be re-keyed to match existing baldwin deadbolt?

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Baldwin Prestige Model # 354ATK RDB 15 SMT CP 6AL is Smart Key equipped. The Smart Key locks utilizes a KW1 keyway which can be rekeyed to any KW1 or KW10 key and is not compatible with the traditional Baldwin C-Keyway pin and tumbler design.
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can not re-key lock

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I inserted the original key and turned to the right than inserted the pin device remove the original key and turned to the left, pulled the pin and returned the key to the center position, new key not unlock the knob
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These are the steps to re-keying Smart Key units (Note: You must have your Functioning Key and Learn Tool for this to work).
1. Insert functioning key & turn 1/4 turn clockwise.
2. Insert & remove the Smart Key learn tool. Remove functioning key.
3. Insert new key & turn 1/2 turn counter-clockwise. Done. Your lock is now re-keyed!
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Prestige Alcott Satin Nickel Entry Knob Featuring SmartKey is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Baldwin door knob Seems to be working great. Was easy to install. Looks nice.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product but incompatible with other Baldwin locks The door knob is really solid and looks great like other Baldwin locks. Unlike other Baldwin locks, the SmartKey locks use a KW1 (Kwikset) key blank while the non-SmartKey Baldwin locks use a different blank. So if you were intending to have multiple doors with Baldwin locks use the same key, make sure they are all SmartKey or none SmartKey.
Date published: 2011-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks beautiful, feels quality, Smart kay lock cylinder failed during rekeying This door lock looks beautiful, just the look I was hoping for, feels heavy and good quality, love the detail on the rosette. When my husband tried to rekey with the Smart Key instructions, the cylinder got stuck in an odd position. Now it won't lock at all and the key doesn't work. Took the whole thing off and took it to Home Depot for help - locksmith there said we needed to replace the cylinder or get a whole new set. Me must call The Home Depot for help.
Date published: 2012-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Doorknob This thing has excellent quality. It cost somewhat more than the lower priced ones, but when you hold the doorknob in your hand and realize the heft of it, you know that it is something elegant. I had purchased other ones in a polished brass finish, but needed one with the brushed nickel, and this thing looks great. The Smart Key feature is actually easy to use if you know how to read the directions.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, Easy to install A much more substantial lock than the builder grade locks I replaced. I wanted the Smartkey feature. I have purchased Baldwin in the past so my expectations were high. I was excited to see a Baldwin lock for such a good price. I was a litle disapointed with the product finish and have since found out that Kwikset bought Baldwin a few years ago. This model is a high end Kwikset lock or a low end Baldwin. I would not have purchased a Kwikset lock and hope I am not disappointed with the performance.
Date published: 2011-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An A APlus Lock With F MINUS Installation Instructions A great solid lock, worth the extra money over the less expensive Schlage and Kwikset lines that are carried by Home Depot. The box labeling is a bit deceptive though,says "Solid Construction", in large letters and "Solid Brass Finish" at another location on the front of the box (note that the words "solid" and "brass" are used, but not together), this led me to believe that I was getting a solid brass lock, when in fact the knobs and flanges are brass plated "solid" zinc. We had bought solid brass Baldwin locksets before, and that's what I though this one was. Still, a much better build and feel relative to Schlage and Kwikset. Baldwin has a big problem with the supplied installation instructions for the new Prestige Series locksets. I am not going to retype all of the problems I had with the knob setscrew design on these locksets - see my review of the bedroom/batch privacy lockset I posted the other day. What you need to know is that the way the setscrews secure the knobs to the shafts is TOTALLY DIFFERENT than any knob you have ever installed before, and there is NOTHING in the printed installation instructions to alert you to how different they are. The set screws are located IN THE SHAFTS, not in the knobs, as they usually are found. Instead of tightening a setscrew in the knob onto a flat or recess on the shaft, you must place the knob with the EMPTY setscrew hole (no they did not forget to put the setscrews in the knobs, or cut the threads in the knob setscrew hole) on the shaft so the hole lines up over a retracted setscrew in the shaft. You then back the setscrew OUT of the shaft to have it come up tight from the inside against the (apparently tapered) setscrew hole in the knob to secure the knob tightly on the shaft. And to really make this confusing, the setscrews are REVERSE THREADED, so you have to turn them CLOCKWISE with the supplied Allen wrench to raise them up from the flush position on the shafts to engage the tapered setscrew holes in the knobs to secure the knobs on the shafts. Now this is where things get really bizzare. What I just described is how both of the knobs on the bed/bath lockset I installed last week worked. The entry lockset I just purchased to replace a cheaper one on our basement door had TWO DIFFERENT variations on the "setscrew in the shaft" design. The one on the "inside" shaft had to have the setscrew secured by placing the knob setscrew hole directly over the setscrew,and then raising the setscrew up into the knob as described above like the bed/bath lockset, with a REVERSE THREADED screw. The other "outside" knob had to be inserted with the knob setscrew hole located 180 DEGREES OPPOSITE the exposed head of the setscrew on the shaft, so the setscrew could be tightened into a spotface recess on the ID of the knob 180 opposite from the knob setscrew hole. On this this side of the lockset, the setscrew was installed so its hex key end was INSIDE the ID of the shaft, and it was accessed by inserting the Allen wrench through a tiny hole on the opposite side of the shaft from the set screw. And guess what - this setscrew was NORMALLY threaded, so you turn it clockwise from the wrench end to drive the screw out of the shaft to engage the spotface recess on the knob on the opposite side of the shaft. There was a small sticker on one of the two knobs, (which could be installed on either side of the lockset, I was l lucky enough to go to the side with the little hole opposite the setscrew first) that gave a vague hint about how the design worked) so I got that one on OK, but when I went to do the other side, no little hole! So I ended up installing that side the same way I did the two knobs on the bed/bath locket, by putting the knob hole directly over the setscrew,and then backing out a REVERSE threaded setscrew against the knob. I looked more closely at all of the knobs on my two new Prestige lockets, and they all have the spotfaced recess on the ID of the knob opposite the setscrew hole. This leads me to believe that the intended design is to have a normally threaded setscrew installed so it is operated from the small hole in the shaft opposite the setscrew. I'm starting to smell a situation where Baldwin had a production problem with a run of locksets that were incorrectly made without drilling the small hole for the Allen wrench to access a screw head on the opposite side of the shaft with the head inside the shaft, so they did a work around and by using reverse threaded screws that could be accessed from the outside of the shaft, rather than correcting the problem by drilling the missing hole in the shafts. I am a 61 year old engineer, with 40 years of experience writing technical procedures and following them. I had to figure out how to work these unusual, and more upsetting, different on opposite sides of the lockest setscrew designs myself, and it took a lot of time, and a trip to our local Home Depot on the first lockset to figure out how something that should be so simple worked. I can't imagine a non-technical person figuring them out! The supplied printed installation instructions for both locksets merely say "Install the knobs on the shafts and tighten the setscrews" which is all that is needed for a normal "setscrew in knob" design. And form a human factor standpoint, someone in the future trying to remove one of these design's knobs will end up either rounding off a setscrew head or breaking the hex key trying to turn the wrench to the left on a REVERSE THREADED setscrew! And to have different arrangements on opposite sides of the same lockset is inexcusable. Baldiwn, get your act together on this! I'll bet you are getting lots of returned lockests as a result of this issue.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real solid quality We built our house 13 years ago. Although the original front door knob assembly was still functional, there was noticeable play in the mechanism and the "brass" plated exterior was badly deteriorated and did not respond to attempts to polish it. The new knob had a somewhat different assembly procedure than the many lower quality knobs I'd installed over the years. It works very smoothly and the brass finish is guaranteed to maintain its appearance. An unexpected bonus is that the new knob has a very "solid" feel when you grasp it. Two different visitors have remarked about its quality, appearance, and solid feel. I never expected compliments on a plain brass door knob!
Date published: 2015-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Product Very solid feel to the knob and lock, well made. The Smartkey process was a little tricky, but one 2 minute phone call to Baldwin reached a helpful person who helped us finish re-keying all of the locks and Baldwin deadbolts on our new home. A little more costly but definitely worth the investment if you plan to be in a home long term.
Date published: 2012-05-22
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