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Yale Push Button Door Security Bolt Lock w/ Z-Wave (Satin Nickel) EXPIRED

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BuyDig via Rakuten has Yale Push Button Door Security Bolt Lock w/ Z-Wave (Satin Nickel, YRD110-ZW-619) on sale for $97.50 - $19.50 with coupon code HOME20 = $78. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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I have a question and hope someone has an help.
BuyDig is a very capable and reputable company, working under two name divisions (also BeachCamera) that throughout the years, has provided some of the best service to me (A usual consumer) with great price, reliable product and warranty, best return policy, fastest shipping, across the country, etc. So why one such a great company should get help, to sell a good product (Pay commission) to Rakuten, a company that had to change its name, because of uncontrolled and unacceptable documented record, including huge number of credit card fraud, unreliable sale and post sell services, over charging customers and many other ill-famed conducts?
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Can you please tell us more? Thanks
Schlage - we have the one with the keypad and the key - fails to engage when it rains or when it is humid. Going back to Kwikset
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Well, not all of us live in the sticks. 7-11 is 2 blocks from my house in case I need a battery,
It's really convenient to arrive home and have to go back out to the store to get a battery to get into your house? That defeats the purpose of having a lock attached to a door for easier access.
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I have a question and hope someone has an help.
BuyDig is a very capable and reputable company, working under two name divisions (also BeachCamera) that throughout the years, has provided some of the best service to me (A usual consumer) with great price, reliable product and warranty, best return policy, fastest shipping, across the country, etc. So why one such a great company should get help, to sell a good product (Pay commission) to Rakuten, a company that had to change its name, because of uncontrolled and unacceptable documented record, including huge number of credit card fraud, unreliable sale and post sell services, over charging customers and many other ill-famed conducts?
Just can't get it!
All of this is true.

However, Rakuten is still reaching a segment that is unavailable to BuyDig.
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Looks like a good deal. I have schlage keyless keypad locks all around and love them because they are manual; you turn the knob and know that the door is locked instead of relying on that little motor. I feel they're a bit more reliable; they only use one 9v battery which lasts for years because it only engages a little solenoid which connects the knob to the lock mechanism. I have nothing but good things to say about schlage. I had a problem with a lock once, and like the previous poster said, called and gave them the serial number, and got a new lock in the mail the next week, no questions asked.

If you have z-wave, sounds like this is a lot nicer since you can set auto-lock and get alerts.
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It's really convenient to arrive home and have to go back out to the store to get a battery to get into your house? That defeats the purpose of having a lock attached to a door for easier access.
You act like this will be a normal occurrence. If you're so concerned with convenience (which is not the point of this lock), might I suggest you get a good old fashioned key lock?
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To open remotely you will require a bridge
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It's really convenient to arrive home and have to go back out to the store to get a battery to get into your house? That defeats the purpose of having a lock attached to a door for easier access.
I haven't even seen a single 7-11 selling a 9v battery let alone many stores these days. 9v batteries are are rare as 2032 watch batteries. Now if they were smart they could have done it with a AA or AAA battery but no, they had to force you to get a 9v. LMAO
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I haven't even seen a single 7-11 selling a 9v battery let alone many stores these days. 9v batteries are are rare as 2032 watch batteries. Now if they were smart they could have done it with a AA or AAA battery but no, they had to force you to get a 9v. LMAO
You can find a 9v at most Dollar stores if you need one in a pinch, or at the local Walmart.
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Can it work without being connected to the internet or any hubs?
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This is one of those things that always yields the same stupid responses.

"I live 100 miles away from civilization and we don't have internet or electricity for that matter. I don't even have a front door or a house for that matter! Plus it's 150 miles to the nearest 9v battery! Thumbs down! Bad product!"


Not every deal on Slickdeals needs to suit everyone.

I have the touch screen version of this lock and the battery life is great. I would only imagine the physical button version to have even better battery life. I know people say they aren't "secure" but someone who wants into your house is going to get in wether you have 10 deadbolts or the door is unlocked. Unless you have bars over the windows.

I highly recommend these locks. I honestly think about how much I love mine every time I don't have to fumble with my keys to get in the house.
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Does anyone know if this smart lock, or any for that matter, can work without the keypad and work with the existing deadbolt? I'm looking for something like this that will not use a keypad on the exterior. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kwiks.../300641389
Check the August Lock. It works with the existing deadbolt and looks normal from the outside
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Does this work with the google home mini?
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It's really convenient to arrive home and have to go back out to the store to get a battery to get into your house? That defeats the purpose of having a lock attached to a door for easier access.
I've had Yale locks for 4 years and never have had a low battery issue that prevents lock operations. You get plenty of warnings and notifications that the battery is getting low. I have two locks so even if one did have a dead battery, I have the second lock as a backup.
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Right, like everyone carries a spare 9v battery around with them 24/7.
Personally, I think it would be easier to just run an extension cord and plug it into an external 120v AC outlet around the house and see what happens if you use the stripped ends of it on the same connector designed for the 9v battery. LMAO
Right, like everyone carries a spare extension cord and wire strippers around with them 24/7.
It's quite a bit easier running to the nearest store to buy a $2 9v battery or even asking a neighbor to borrow one, its faster and cheaper than a sledge hammer too.
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