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  • Installs Easily on Standard Doors and works with Alexa for voice control and Z-Wave smart home or alarm systems including SmartThings, Wink, Vera, Honeywell and Iris.
  • The backlit touchscreen keypad is easy to use by entering your pin code to unlock and simply tap the keypad to lock the door. Comes with 2 Keys for peace of mind.
  • Price Research: At the time of posting, our research indicates that Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad w/ Z-Wave is $31 less (18.15% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $171. -slickdewmater

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Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad with Z-Wave, Satin Nickel [massgenie.com] - $139.99

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That one does not include the Z-wave module. The z-wave version on amazon is $171 as of this writing.
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Why bother? Why not break any window into your house?
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Have a Ring alarm system, will this work with its zwave hub?
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Thanks for sharing
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good deal??
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I believe it is compatible with the ring system. https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us...26-500.pdf
Price looks good from a brief search. Amazon has it for around $170 and most other places were higher.
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$125 on Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Yale-Assur...9568&psc=1
That one does not include the Z-wave module. The z-wave version on amazon is $171 as of this writing.
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$125 on Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Yale-Assur...9568&psc=1
Thats without the z-wave
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$125 on Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Yale-Assur...9568&psc=1 [amazon.com]
No, that is non-Zwave. Different part number. YRD226ZW2619 - $171
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Is this really a good deal? I got the z-wave model with tactile buttons and no key slot for $80 last fall. Can't imagine those two small changes cost that much more, but I could be wrong.
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I bought this two weeks ago off amazon for about this price. I really like it. Will be adding a Samsung Smartthings eventually, but for now I like the autolock, the clean look, and easy to change out codes. Will be nice to have all synched with IFTT when I arrive home, but for now it does what it needs to do. The keys it comes with are very large and ugly, but hopefully would never really need them. Also I paid less because I got the shiny brass version, which I think maybe out of style, but its a lock, who cares.
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No, that is non-Zwave. Different part number. YRD226ZW2619 - $171
Thanks for pointing
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Does homebridge platform support it if I don;t have smartthings or any z-wave hubs?
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I have one of these for my front door. I absolutely love it. Connected through SmartThings and it works great. I also use Alexa to control it as well. The battery life is amazing, I only changed the batteries twice maybe three times last year. As opposed to the kevo we had which needed new batteries every month.
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