- Unlock your door without keys by entering your code on the lock's backlit keypad. Lock the door behind you by pressing any button or by enabling auto relock.
- Lock and unlock your door from anywhere by adding the lock to a compatible Z-Wave smart home or alarm system and app (i.e. Samsung SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Wink, etc.). Requires compatible hub sold separately and app - no Yale app is used for this lock.
- Replaces your existing deadbolt in minutes on standard doors, 1-3/8" to 2-1/4" thick with just a screwdriver. No additional holes are needed. Mounting hardware and batteries are included.
- 9V battery terminal prevents lock-out due to dead batteries. Fits on doors 1 3/8" to 2 1/4" thick. Environmental 22F to 140F.
This is by far the best smart lock I've installed and/or operated. I've installed and operated both Kwikset and Schlage locks, and this one out performed them all. It paired instantly, worked wonderfully, and the battery life is incredible. I have these linked to a Vera home controller and it's aces.The only instance where it might get funky, which really isn't even Yale's fault, is if the door isn't perfectly aligned or you have to press the door by hand to compensate for any trim seal around the frame. That issue aside, it is quiet, super easy to use and program, and looks awesome. The bolt is actually tapered, so it can help make up for a little misalignment, but try to have a smooth action if you can. You'll thank yourself. I have 4 of these for my house and they were worth every penny to automate those locks.TIPS:1 - Always make sure you have an easy to access door into your house if you're going to go fully keyless. If these locks ever fail, the only way to unlock them would be to do so from the inside. If you have multiple ones of these that are easy to access, the likelyhood of all of them failing at the same time is PRETTY slim, but make sure you have a fallback plan in case that actually was to happen.2 - Make sure you "hand" these locks AFTER you install them. That's when the lock determines if your door is right handed, or left (the direction in which the bolt actually locks). It's a slight pain in the butt to rehand these locks, as I found out the hard way. The instructions are actually clearly lacking this information, so just follow them step-by-step and you'll be fine.
Very easy install, and THIS is the way to write an instruction manual! My goodness, the writer needs some kind of award for best supporting instruction manual of the decade or something, I'm telling you, if you can't install this thing for lack of knowing how to follow this manual just put your screw driver down right now and go mop a floor or something, very impressive, oh and the lock works flawlessly by the way.
This was a very easy install. My door was the right size (garage - we already have on on the entrance door) and my strike plate fit so I got very lucky with this baby. I love these locks because I don't have to fumble with the keys anymore plus I'm always leaving them at home on the nightstand anyway along with my garage door opener. She Who Must Be Obeyed won't let me keep one in the car...her philosophy is...they can steal the car but I'll be darned if I'm giving them access to the house too!! So we all have our own.I love that it talks you through the programming as you do it. That's about as easy as it gets. Plus it's sturdy and heavy as heck so the mechanism is good. You hear the bolt slide into place. You can set a master code for your family, and give guest codes to your guests or friends or house sitters or whatever and that She likes very much.The pad is lighted. The keys don't wear down and lose the lettering. There is a key in case of a power failure (in this case batteries but a flashing red light tells you to change them long before that). I use the default 'push any key to lock' setting when I leave which makes it easy to lock the door.Everybody who lives here loves it. There's only two master keys however. I don't know about making copies yet. Need to get some.I highly recommend because it works flawlessly, doesn't hang up, and when you're standing there dripping rain you'll be glad you can zip right in!
We love that this supports longer PINs (harder to brute force), and was super easy to install and program.
Me and my friend were walking to my house one night. when a deranged madman shouted at us that he was going to kill us. we ran like the wind but in our haste I dropped my keys. with the madman close on our heals we reached the door. thank God that I had the yale assure lock. while my friend was getting brutally murdered I was able to make it inside safely. And with the murderer trying to break down the door after he was finished with my friend, the yale assure lock held strong. I feel save knowing that my life is in the capable hands of the yale assure lock......o ya RIP Chris