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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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Not shitting on this deal, but that's why I went with Schlage Connect that comes with a key.
You can just hold a 9v battery to it and it'll work fine when internal batteries are dead. So invalid point other than the very slim chance the entire unit fails electronically.
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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
They aren't rare, you must be blind. 9v batteries are used in basically every smoke/CO detector in every house and watch batteries are used in - wait for it - nearly every watch on nearly every wrist.
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is there a way to disable the pin numbers if you are out of the house for a few days or do you have to delete all the pin numbers, being the only way to deactivate the lock? also, is there a setting that allows it to auto-lock if it has been left unlocked for a period of time? thanks.
There are two options. In most of the yale locks there is an "all code lockout" mode that disables all user codes so only the master code will operate the lock. On newer Yale locks there is a new privacy mode that completely disables the keypad. This is great when you have a smart hub to control the lock and you are gone for an extended period of time.

If you don't use the radio module to connect to a smart hub, you have a 30 sec auto relock option. Once you pair to a hub, you can then set up to a 3 minute auto relock time.
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I don't understand all the concerns regarding the battery. The battery has a long life and you get notifications when the batteries are low. Also, Smartthings app has a battery indicator. The chances of getting locked out are nill. Sheesh!!
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I don't understand all the concerns regarding the battery. The battery has a long life and you get notifications when the batteries are low. Also, Smartthings app has a battery indicator. The chances of getting locked out are nill. Sheesh!!
Not all face this but to give you an example, I have a vacation home in mountain that has to deal with very cold winters (Best natural battery killing tool!). Then add it to the fact that you may not return in 2-3 months time, and on next arrival time (Possibly a cold weekend midnight) just to find out battery is not working. That is painful. I do get this often with door bell but then, that can be tolerated and postpone to next day.
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Can't get this to work with Z-Wave anyone else? Using Smarthings and I have the hub right next to it.
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