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

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Sorry to hijack this post, but I have a general question concerning deadbolt locks. Do you have a single cylinder deadbolt on a door with glass either in the door or beside the door? If so, do you feel it's safe? I've never felt secure knowing a small hammer is all someone needs to break the glass and then reach in to open the door.
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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.
Can you change code from your phone?
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Sorry to hijack this post, but I have a general question concerning deadbolt locks. Do you have a single cylinder deadbolt on a door with glass either in the door or beside the door? If so, do you feel it's safe? I've never felt secure knowing a small hammer is all someone needs to break the glass and then reach in to open the door.
Why bother? Why not break any window into your house?
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Why bother? Why not break any window into your house?
It's much more difficult to crawl through a broken glass window than to open a door from the inside. I'm pretty sure that the vast majority of break-ins are by a door.
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Sorry to hijack this post, but I have a general question concerning deadbolt locks. Do you have a single cylinder deadbolt on a door with glass either in the door or beside the door? If so, do you feel it's safe? I've never felt secure knowing a small hammer is all someone needs to break the glass and then reach in to open the door.
Any door can be broken into, deterrence would be things like guard dogs, security cameras, security doors, motion lights, bars on windows, no bushes blocking view of windows, alarms, etc.
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Sorry to hijack this post, but I have a general question concerning deadbolt locks. Do you have a single cylinder deadbolt on a door with glass either in the door or beside the door? If so, do you feel it's safe? I've never felt secure knowing a small hammer is all someone needs to break the glass and then reach in to open the door.
All a residential door/deadbolt is going to do is keep honest people honest. If an unscrupulous person wants in your house, they're going to make short work of it. You're only buying this for convenience, not more security.

If you're concerned about someone breaking glass, get the first floor windows of your house wrapped in security film and replace all off your doors with steel doors with steel casings lagged into triple studded jambs.
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Can you change code from your phone?
There is an option to program in codes from the lock pad. If you have smartthings and have a device handler for the lock, then you can program in codes from your phone. I use RBoy apps, and have it sync two z wave door locks(different manufactures)
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There is an option to program in codes from the lock pad. If you have smartthings and have a device handler for the lock, then you can program in codes from your phone. I use RBoy apps, and have it sync two z wave door locks(different manufactures)
Nice that app is a gem! Do you manage Short term rentals?
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Sweet deal!
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Does this one work with the nest alarm natively? Or am I thinking of another product ?
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Work with the ring app?
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$125 on Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Yale-Assur...9568&psc=1
I dont think the cheaper ones are wifi compatible
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Any better option?
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Wait,

someone said battery life is great only changing it 2-3x a year? sheesh thats still not good enough.

Need only 1x a year to change battery. They need to make proprietary batteries that have higher capacity.
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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.
Can you send a link? Thx
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