Security Never Looked So Sleek.

Update your entryway with a sleek new deadbolt and contemporary levers from Kwikset. Mix & Match contemporary hardware using our Style Visualizer.

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Slim & Stylish Design

Uptown, a slim, round deadbolt, and Downtown, its square counterpart, are the perfect home accents for the style-conscious homeowner.

Low profile deadbolt in Satin Nickel

Style Visualizer

Uptown and Downtown perfectly coordinate with other contemporary levers from Kwikset. Mix and match to find the combination that fits your style.

Shown: Uptown Deadbolt, Halifax Lever, Polished Chrome Finish

We responded to the market need for a high security yet stylish deadbolt that complements contemporary door hardware. With a guidance from builders, architects, and designers, we developed a lock that meets these design cues and provides the security their customers want.

Michelle Gangi

Senior Product Manager

Less is More

Uptown and Downtown are 50% slimmer than most deadbolts on the market. Their modern approach to design — less is more — contributes to the overall appeal of the entryway. Use the button below to compare the difference in size.

Door with low profile deadbolt

New Advanced SmartKey Technology

Advanced SmartKey™ Security provides strong resistance against sophisticated forced entry techniques and undetectable entry methods such as lock picking and lock bumping.

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Includes SmartKey® Re-key Technology with Bumpguard™ Protection.

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Highest Residential Security Rating

Uptown & Downtown are ANSI Grade 1 Certified

Deadbolts are lock pick resistant, all metal, bump proof, and have re-key technology
Chart showing ANSI rating from 3 to 1 - 1 is best

Levels of ANSI Grading

America National Standards Institute (ANSI), a private non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the voluntary standardization to develop and maintain performance standards for builder's hardware.

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ANSI Grading

According to ANSI standards (ANSI Code 156.2, Series 4000), the following scale is used to grade locks. Each grade specifies minimum acceptable requirements for operation, key torque cycles, pull strength, impact resistance, and finish.

ANSI Grading image showing Basic through Highest

*ANSI/BHMA is an independent industry organization that certifies builders hardware products.

Simple to Install

All you need is a screwdriver. For new installation, please watch the video for complete instructions.

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