I’m considering the Wyze Lock, but have a vital safety question. First, some context.
With children at home, we had to be sure they could get out in an emergency, no matter what, especially if an adult was not present or was unable to open doors for them. I removed the exterior door deadbolts and replaced the rest of the exterior door hardware with lever handles, ones where the inside lever still worked even if the door was locked. Any child that could reach the lever, including toddlers, could get out if needed. (There were separate locks on the gates, so we had no risk of escaped children!)
If I am going to get a Wyze Lock, it must have the same ability: It MUST NOT EVER trap anyone in the house during an emergency, especially those too small to reach (or understand how to operate) the deadbolt.
Does the Wyze Lock lack this ability? Is it a hazard in a home with small children?