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Yale Locks Assure Lock Key-Free w/ Bluetooth & Z-Wave (Satin Nickel) EXPIRED

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BuyDig via eBay has Yale Locks Assure Lock Key-Free w/ Bluetooth & Z-Wave (YRD446ZW2619, Satin Nickel) on sale for $137.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Also the keyless version is superior to the keyed version: the keyless version has an external 9v battery terminal so you can't get locked out due to low battery. It also can't be picked/bumped. I actually came home from vacation one time and my keyed model ran out of juice and thank good my backdoor keyed unit still had juice otherwise I'd have been locked out. FYI battery lasts about 4-6 months depending on usage.
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Yes you can disable all sounds. I put one in my condo and my neighbor has the same model. Could not be happier with these locks. I use them with alarm.com and smartthings.
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Hmm better or worse than Schlage?
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Hmm better or worse than Schlage?
I have the z-wave version of these (no bluetooth) and they've been awesome. I can't ask for more. No keys are the way to go.
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I've seen z-wave (key) locks for well under $100. What are the chances of finding a keyless lock for $100 or less?
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FYI, this is z-wave plus (more secure) and lower than the lowest prices on CCC.
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FYI, this is z-wave plus (more secure) and lower than the lowest prices on CCC.
How do you know for sure this is z-wave plus? Yrd-446 indicates it is, but I'm wondering if you've ordered from them before? I'm skeptical as not many retailers have the newest version
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Installed this lock three weeks ago and super happy with it.
Took me 2 hours to install it by myself (including a trip to hardware store to buy a drill saw bit). Installation is very simple - just make sure that you didn't forget to use attached schema when drilling a hole in your door.
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How do you know for sure this is z-wave plus? Yrd-446 indicates it is, but I'm wondering if you've ordered from them before? I'm skeptical as not many retailers have the newest version
That's a valid point, but since it's being sold by buydig, I'm inclined to trust them. If it isn't a YRD446, they've got a 30 day return policy. Or E-bay/paypal/CC return policies if I have to.
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Based on videos it is better for houses. Having one in condo, it is too talkative and too many audio effects. Not sure if one can disable them, but I surely don't want it to beep each time I leave or enter.
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Based on videos it is better for houses. Having one in condo, it is too talkative and too many audio effects. Not sure if one can disable them, but I surely don't want it to beep each time I leave or enter.
Yes you can disable all sounds. I put one in my condo and my neighbor has the same model. Could not be happier with these locks. I use them with alarm.com and smartthings.
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Also the keyless version is superior to the keyed version: the keyless version has an external 9v battery terminal so you can't get locked out due to low battery. It also can't be picked/bumped. I actually came home from vacation one time and my keyed model ran out of juice and thank good my backdoor keyed unit still had juice otherwise I'd have been locked out. FYI battery lasts about 4-6 months depending on usage.
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I was looking at these, but in the oil rubbed bronze. The keyed ones could be opened with a paperclip so keyless sounds way better.
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Does this notify you when someone unlocks?
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Anyone know if this lock supports remote code programming?
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