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Good deal wish I would have waited for this over the Amazon key with zigbee but I have a hub so no big deal. Would have been nice to use all with Ring Alarm.
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Solid deal. We have a touchscreen Yale on the front door and it integrates nicely with the ring app. There are many times I've done a lock from bed as I'm wondering "did I remember to lock the door before my evening routine". I'd love to get another for my rear patio door, but I'm not sure I want to physical buttons.

Does anyone with experience on both interfaces want to share some feedback? I will probably hold out for another touch model, but I'm not totally against buttons.
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Good deal wish I would have waited for this over the Amazon key with zigbee but I have a hub so no big deal. Would have been nice to use all with Ring Alarm.
What makes this superior to the Amazon key Zigbee version?
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Solid deal. We have a touchscreen Yale on the front door and it integrates nicely with the ring app. There are many times I've done a lock from bed as I'm wondering "did I remember to lock the door before my evening routine". I'd love to get another for my rear patio door, but I'm not sure I want to physical buttons.

Does anyone with experience on both interfaces want to share some feedback? I will probably hold out for another touch model, but I'm not totally against buttons.
What's your hesitation with physical buttons? I don't own a smart lock (yet), so I haven't put much thought into physical vs. touch screen.
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Thanks! I've been eyeing this for a couple of weeks, I prefer the tactile feedback with the physical buttons.

I have both smartthings and the ring alarm system. I know this has the capability to connect to both but can it be connected to both simultaneously?
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Got this during last deal. Like it so far.
Need long term usage to judge the battery life

This is zwave. Not zwave plus. Which supposedly has better battery life and security and range if I can remember right.
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What's your hesitation with physical buttons? I don't own a smart lock (yet), so I haven't put much thought into physical vs. touch screen.
Touch screen looks cool but physical button is more practical IMO
Touch screen attracts fingerprint and smudge left on most pressed digits that might expose the passcode. Kiwiset has a feature that adds 2 random digit before entering the passcode, not sure if Yale has it.
Touch screen is also more susceptible to sunlight and temperature which might make it less responsive.

Wish this was Z-Wave Plus or I might get this for my detached garage (using kwikset z-wave plus with smartkey for the house)
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how is their return policy? Anyone have any experiences in case this thing doesn't work well, like my previous Wyze lock?
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What makes this superior to the Amazon key Zigbee version?
Z-Wave communicates on 908Mhz while Zigbee communicates on 2.4Ghz which can cause interference with your home wifi network.

To me, that's minor as there is not much traffic on zigbee unless the hub has to poll devices data frequently or running continuous commands (like running script on changing light colors rapidly), it's no worse than your neighbors' wifi anyway. My major reason I prefer Z-Wave is one switch on a 2.4Ghz jammer will kill all zigbee and wifi network, but Z-Wave will stay unless also jamming the 900Mhz.
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Touch screen looks cool but physical button is more practical IMO
Touch screen attracts fingerprint and smudge left on most pressed digits that might expose the passcode. Kiwiset has a feature that adds 2 random digit before entering the passcode, not sure if Yale has it.
Touch screen is also more susceptible to sunlight and temperature which might make it less responsive.
I have both touch screen and button locks (different brand). Button lock definitely has more solid feel. You know the button has been successfully pushed. Touch screen doesn't provide much feedback. Occasionally I would miss some numbers. I recently got the Amazon key version of Yale lock. It actually makes sound when you touch a number. This improves the feel significantly. For the Schlage touch screen lock that I have been using for 5 years, by looking the touch screen I can tell the numbers being touched more frequently.
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I have both touchs creen and button locks (different brand). Button lock definitely has more solid feel. You know the button has been successfully pushed. Touch screen doesn't provide much feedback. Occasionally I would miss some numbers. I recently got the Amazon key version of Yale lock. It actually makes sound when you touch a number. This improves the feel significantly. For the Schlage touch screen lock that I have been using for 5 years, by looking the touch screen I can tell the numbers being touched more frequently.
I agree with the sound statement, I have the touchscreen version and it plays a noise when you hit a button so it's not as tactile as a button press but it does alert you. Also the screen doesn't hold fingerprints so it's impossible to tell which buttons you've pressed. Maybe if you used fingerprint dust, someone could figure it out but there are literally zero fingerprints on my locks.
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Thanks to all for the touch vs button feedback. My touch version is on a porch without any direct sun so no issues there. The rear door is in direct sun, so it sounds like the button version will work best for that location.
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Good deal wish I would have waited for this over the Amazon key with zigbee but I have a hub so no big deal. Would have been nice to use all with Ring Alarm.
I have ring cameras. Having trouble understanding I I need the smart hub to control it
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