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

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BuyDig has Yale Locks Assure Lock Key-Free w/ Bluetooth & Z-Wave (YRD446ZW2619, Satin Nickel) on sale for $139 - $5 w/ coupon code DIG5 = $134. Shipping is free. Thanks Cookie21

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  • Lock and unlock your home with just your smartphone
  • Share digital keys, view access history, receive notifications, create pin codes and customize settings using your Yale assure app
  • Features Z-Wave to work with SmartThings, Wink, Alarm.com, Vera, Iris and more. Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings or Wink
  • Touchscreen keypad: backlit and capacitive touch so that numbers won't ever wear off
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  • Lock and unlock your home with just your smartphone
  • Share digital keys, view access history, receive notifications, create pin codes and customize settings using your Yale assure app
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You want a z-wave module if you are using smartthings, not a WiFi module.
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I got two of these installed in my home. Don't expect the app/bluetooth disaster to work on this. I bought these on clearance at Sam's awhile back, and although they're fine for keyed entry, the app is complete trash. The reviews on Google Play echo my sentiment.

I ordered in a wifi module to test with my SmartThings setup; I've read that they work better in that configuration as long as you don't go the Yale app/bluetooth configuration.
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Not out of the box. You need to install the Smartthings lock manager add-on. It takes over the z-wave security and allows you to manage pins, add users etc... With z-wave the lock isn't bad, but as mentioned, the Bluetooth is a horrible joke. That said, the entire lock isn't that good. Batteries can suddenly die, the keypad is just OK. I prefer Schlage as they have a more powerful lock motor and more reliable wireless.
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this or the August smart lock second gen for $100 from Walmart?
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I got two of these installed in my home. Don't expect the app/bluetooth disaster to work on this. I bought these on clearance at Sam's awhile back, and although they're fine for keyed entry, the app is complete trash. The reviews on Google Play echo my sentiment.

I ordered in a wifi module to test with my SmartThings setup; I've read that they work better in that configuration as long as you don't go the Yale app/bluetooth configuration.
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I got two of these installed in my home. Don't expect the app/bluetooth disaster to work on this. I bought these on clearance at Sam's awhile back, and although they're fine for keyed entry, the app is complete trash. The reviews on Google Play echo my sentiment.

I ordered in a wifi module to test with my SmartThings setup; I've read that they work better in that configuration as long as you don't go the Yale app/bluetooth configuration.
You want a z-wave module if you are using smartthings, not a WiFi module.
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Anyone used this lock with SmartThings? How is it working out for you? I probably won't use the bluetooth / app functionality given all the average reviews on that feature, but curious how SmartThings users like it.

Can you manage PINs with STs?
Can you both lock AND unlock with STs?
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Anyone used this lock with SmartThings? How is it working out for you? I probably won't use the bluetooth / app functionality given all the average reviews on that feature, but curious how SmartThings users like it.

Can you manage PINs with STs?
Can you both lock AND unlock with STs?
Not out of the box. You need to install the Smartthings lock manager add-on. It takes over the z-wave security and allows you to manage pins, add users etc... With z-wave the lock isn't bad, but as mentioned, the Bluetooth is a horrible joke. That said, the entire lock isn't that good. Batteries can suddenly die, the keypad is just OK. I prefer Schlage as they have a more powerful lock motor and more reliable wireless.
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decent.. thanks for posting this deal
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this or the August smart lock second gen for $100 from Walmart?
August
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this or the August smart lock second gen for $100 from Walmart?
Neither.

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Amazon reviews from people who gave 1 star really gives me the scare.

A front door lock needs to work 100% of the time not 99% of the time. One can quibble about app interface and other features but the Lock function should work perfectly.

Looks like schlage is the only one.
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It won't hold up in direct sunlight. I live in SoCal and had it replaced under warranty 1 year ago because the touch screen glass started having tiny split lines. Now its happening again.
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If this runs out of batteries there is a hidden 9v jack at the bottom for emergency power. This lock had been flawless on smartthings. I also have 3 using the alarm.com zwave system and they are flawless also.
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is this zwave included? or need to get zwave module?
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is this zwave included? or need to get zwave module?
/*EDIT: I think I misunderstood your post. This has z-wave and bluetooth*/

Z-wave is a communication protocol like wifi or Bluetooth. You need a z-wave device that can tell the lock what to do and receive basic information back from the lock. It's the same as using your phone to control a Bluetooth speaker.

I'm not sure what z-wave devices this natively is supported by but I'm sure it's in the specs or someone else will chime in and add to this answer
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I love this lock. Does the app suck? Absolutely. But if you're using a smart lock with out a smart home hub you're doing it wrong. Get RBoy apps for SmartThings and you won't be disappointed. http://smartthings.rboyapps.com/
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