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Yale Assure Lock SL Keyless Touchscreen Deadbolt - multiple colors - $99.00

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Yale Real Living Assure Lock SL Key-Free Touchscreen Deadbolt - With Price Match Guarantee
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YRD256NR-619, YRD256NR-0BP
Options to add a Yale iM1 network module (buy separately) to use the lock remotely
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Give yourself the peace of mind you deserve. The Yale Real Living Assure Lock is one of the sleekest, thinnest, and most cutting-edge smart locks available. After the initial set up, a 4-8 digit entry code all it takes to open your door, while one simple press on the keypad to lock the door behind you. The Yale Real Living Assure Lock also allows you to program unique opening codes to all its users, so you can keep track of who's entering your house at all times.

Product Features

Easy Installation replaces the existing deadbolt in minutes
Works with Apple iOS and Android devices
"Twist & Go" unlocking activates the deadbolt with a simple motion for convenient keyless entry
No Key Cylinder eliminates key loss situations or the lock being picked
Unique Pin Code Access Numbers can be assigned to different users to track who and when the lock is being used
One-Touch Locking secures the deadbolt when exiting with a simple tap of the keypad
Touch Screen Keypad offers an additional way to enter the home by punching in a code on easy-to-see backlit numbers
Battery Back-Up ensures you'll never be locked out
Privacy Button doesn't let anyone enter unless they have access code&
Free-to-use Assure Lock App manages users, sets unique access codes and shares digital keys

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I have already ordered and got free shipping. Customer Service mentioned free returns with 14 days. Planning to buy the Yale iM1 Network Module later. Amazon has the same for $109. So this is $10 cheaper than Amazon.
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do this one work with google assistant? and does it require a wifi bridge?
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do this one work with google assistant? and does it require a wifi bridge?
The iM1 module is HomeKit only.

You could use the "Connected by August" module which will then allow you to use the lock with the August app. You can then use the August bridge and connect it to Google.
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The iM1 module is HomeKit only.

You could use the "Connected by August" module which will then allow you to use the lock with the August app. You can then use the August bridge and connect it to Google.
thanks. then what is the difference between yale app and august app? I am so confused. Do I need two apps to make it work?
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thanks. then what is the difference between yale app and august app? I am so confused. Do I need two apps to make it work?
I have two locks, one with the iM1 and another one with the August module. The August is more versatile but requires the WiFi bridge. HomeKit uses any iPad or Apple TV as a bridge.

The August module is better as you can use Siri, Google or Alexa to operate the lock, whereas the iM1 would only work with Siri. There's a couple of other modules as well (Z-Wave and Zigbee)

With the August module you can program to unlock as soon as you enter a geofence area for example. The iM1 requires you to unlock your phone in order to unlock a door (HomeKit restrictions).

Look here https://www.yalehome.com/en/produ...ible-lock/

and then select Smart Home Compatibility.
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I am confused, can I not buy a module and still use Yale app to remote lock & unlock? If so, what protocol it is using? wifi?
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Looks like Amazon has matched the nickel version:

Yale Assure Lock SL - Slim Key Free Touchscreen Keypad Deadbolt - Satin Nickel
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077YRHFHQ/
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Looks like Amazon has matched the nickel version:

Yale Assure Lock SL - Slim Key Free Touchscreen Keypad Deadbolt - Satin Nickel
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077YRHFHQ/
yes looks like few mins back. I have been waiting for Amazon to match until before buying and posting it. So I guess the trick is post it, wait for Amazon to match and then you have option buy from either.
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I am confused, can I not buy a module and still use Yale app to remote lock & unlock? If so, what protocol it is using? wifi?
This lock has a slot / area in the part which is behind the door (towards the house) to add a Network module (which you need to buy separately). Once you add that you can use the apps. Depending on which network module you adding, the app of that module will be used. Without the network module, the lock just works as a keyless lock with the keypad. But once you add the network module you can use the lock remotely with the app connecting to wifi. Check the below youtube video on how the network module is added to a Yale Assure Lock.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doT_ezlxhng
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXlB_EM3MKk

It supports multiple different network modules like iM1, Z-wave, August, Zigbee etc. Depending on which ones you already have at home you can choose. If you donot have any then you can decide which family of products you will be buying in the future and select that network module. So this lock is very versatile or open-ended for home automation. Hope this helps.
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ah I see, thanks for the clarification. This makes sense now! Repped
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Looks like Amazon has matched the nickel version:

Yale Assure Lock SL - Slim Key Free Touchscreen Keypad Deadbolt - Satin Nickel
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077YRHFHQ/
Amazon actually $0.99 (99 cents) cheaper. But PC Richards was first to give this deal.
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I just want to be able to type in some numbers and unlock my door without fumbling for my keys in the dark when I get home. I don't need any apps and would never use them...wouldn't really even trust them, is this still a good choice for me??
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I just want to be able to type in some numbers and unlock my door without fumbling for my keys in the dark when I get home. I don't need any apps and would never use them...wouldn't really even trust them, is this still a good choice for me??
Yes this could be a good deal. But looking at your requirement, I will tend to more towards Schlage Camelot which has a better battery life (the company claims to be 3 yrs). It has a long battery because the battery used only for locking not moving the deadbolt. You need to move the deadbolt manually. So its more mechanical and do not need keys, which is what you want. Check the link (available in Amazon for $87 and lowes for $ 90)
https://www.amazon.com/Schlage-BE...ast_sto_dp
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Yes this could be a good deal. But looking at your requirement, I will tend to more towards Schlage Camelot which has a better battery life (the company claims to be 3 yrs). It has a long battery because the battery used only for locking not moving the deadbolt. You need to move the deadbolt manually. So its more mechanical and do not need keys, which is what you want. Check the link (available in Amazon for $87 and lowes for $ 90)
https://www.amazon.com/Schlage-BE...ast_sto_dp

good advice, thanks!
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