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Yale Assure Lock with Z-Wave - Smart Touchscreen Keypad Deadbolt - Works with Ring Alarm, Samsung SmartThings, Wink, ADT and More - Satin Nickel $131.99 @ Amazon

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https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...0DER&psc=1 (In stock December 2.)

Only the satin nickel color is this price. Lowest price ever on Amazon according to the camels.

This is the version with the key, which I think is much better because you can still get in if the battery dies while you're locked out.
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Picked up a bronze via Amazon Warehouse (Used - Like New) for 138 inc tax. Thanks OP!
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What a beaut'.
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I don't have this exact one but have one from the same brand. One of my favorite purchases in the past year! We switched out all the door locks with these (front door, black door, garage entrance) and it's been really nice to be able to control the locks from the app if I'm out of town but need to let someone into my house.
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What is the cheapest z-wave controller?
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The ones without the key hole can be gotten into if the battery dies as well. You just need a 9 V battery. Hold the 9 V against the terminals on the bottom and it'll power the lock.

I actually prefer the ones with no key hole because there's no risk of key bumping
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Z-Wave or 'Connected by August'? I have not decided on a IOT protocol for my home yet, Z-wave seems pretty universal, and they are cheaper than the connected by august versions; is that the way to go if I want an open protocol for my house? Any benefit to getting connected by august in particular?
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Price went up, but I was able to grab a Like-New for $121 before taxes
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The ones without the key hole can be gotten into if the battery dies as well. You just need a 9 V battery. Hold the 9 V against the terminals on the bottom and it'll power the lock.

I actually prefer the ones with no key hole because there's no risk of key bumping
That is an interesting point.

But I'm going to say that if someone wants to break into the house they're probably going to do it anyway. And always having a 9-volt battery handy isn't 100% either. That battery could be tucked away for years before you need it and you might find that it is dead.
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Does anyone know if this can be controlled via google home also? Maybe via SmartThings?
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It shows $189 - Saturn nickel & $159-bronze...any coupons..? Also, connected by august or z-wave..?
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Picked up a used bronze one also. Hopefully it's in good condition.
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Does anyone know if this can be controlled via google home also? Maybe via SmartThings?
Definitely via can use SmartThings via Google Home to control the lock. Your Google Home if simply telling SmartThings to control the lock through it's native integration with SmartThings.
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Damn, missed it. Showing $189 now.
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Definitely via can use SmartThings via Google Home to control the lock. Your Google Home if simply telling SmartThings to control the lock through it's native integration with SmartThings.
Thanks. Being able to ask google to lock the door will be nice. Ordered one to try then I'll get more.

Idk what others think but I've pretty much given up on the idea of privacy or security since I carry a phone, have nest cameras, smart things and Lutron lights. These companies probably already know everything about all of us by our browsing behavior so what's the big deal about adding a lock.
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