|Item Weight||4.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3.8 x 6.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||YRD446-ZW2-0BP|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Style||Bluetooth and Z-Wave Plus|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Yale Real Living Assure Lock with Bluetooth, Yale Z-Wave Network Module, 4 AA Batteries, Mounting Hardware, Installation Guide, Assure App Quick Start Guide|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Finish and Mechanical, 1 Year Electronic|
Yale Assure Lock with Bluetooth and Z-Wave, Oil Rubbed Bronze - Works with Your Smart Home, Including SmartThings and Wink (YRD446ZW20BP), Works with Amazon Alexa
|Price:||$264.71 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Lock and unlock your home with just your smartphone
- Share digital keys, view access history, receive notifications, create pin codes and customize settings using your Yale assure app
- Features Z-Wave to work with SmartThings, Wink, Alarm.com, Vera, Iris and more. Works with Amazon Alexa via SmartThings or Wink
- Touchscreen keypad: backlit and capacitive touch so that numbers won't ever wear off
- Voted #1 Smart Door Lock brand for 2017 by CEPro
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|Color||Oil-Rubbed Bronze||Oil-Rubbed Bronze||Oil-Rubbed Bronze||Oil-Rubbed Bronze||Oil-Rubbed Bronze||Oil Rubbed Bronze|
|Item Dimensions||3.75 x 4 x 6.75 in||1.3 x 6.1 x 6.1 in||6.1 x 6.1 x 1.34 in||1 x 2.75 x 5.2 in||2.75 x 0.94 x 5.12 in||3.75 x 4 x 6.75 in|
Lose your keys. For good. Lock and unlock your home without the hassle of keys by rotating your smartphone and tapping the keypad, or with your 4-8 digit pin code. Forget lending keys; share digital keys with friends and family using the free Yale assure app on your iOS, Android or Samsung gear smartwatch. When integrated into most Z-Wave home automation and alarm systems, including SmartThings, lock and unlock from anywhere, share access and receive notifications. Works with Amazon Alexa (lock and check lock status only) when used with a SmartThings Hub and app or Wink Hub and app. The lock is simple to install and even easier to use.
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It will automatically lock the door after a preset time, e.g. 30 seconds.
Provides plenty of time, after key activation, to unlock the door. If you have a lot to carry in the house, you can activate the lock, put your phone away then use the keypad to get in.
Now for my issues:
The mobile app continually connects to the lock as you navigate to different pages in the app. This means it takes a long time to go between screens (there are only a handful of screens)! Frustrating. Just plain bad programming.
On a Samsung S7 edge, when searching for contacts to give a key to, if there are more than 3 people with the same last name returned in the list, you cannot scroll the list of names nor close the keyboard to see the rest of them. Umm, bad programming and testing.
You cannot give a key to a person who does not have an email address. When you do a contact search in the app, you will not find anyone without an email address. While I understand that, the app could tell you that fact! Again, just plain bad programming.
For others whom you want to send a key to, they must download the Yale mobile app inorder to use the key. The end user gets an email to download it and is given zero instructions on how to use the key. Below is the lame email which tells the end user nothing about what to do and why you are getting this email!!! Again, just plain bad programming.
Welcome from Yale Assure!
Joe Blow is inviting you to download Yale Assure.
To download the app, please follow the links below:
You don’t need to send a person a "key" by having them download the app then try to figure it all out. Just set them up in your app, send the the pin code. Done.
...and my #1 complaint, I bought it to open the lock with my phone. Nope, can't be done. You can do the "twist" of the phone but that does not open the door. It is a 3 step process 1. twist the phone to activate the key, 2. Press the key pad with your palm to activate the key pad (may take several tries) 3. Press the check mark button to unlock. Same as a key 1. Get out the key, 2. insert into lock, 3. twist key to unlock. Better? you decide.
Have the "twist" open the door. I get the security aspect but let the end user decide the level of security they are comfortable with.
Have it link to wifi
Add quality control and end user testing to your development process
Fix all programming bugs
Update: okay, you know that feeling where you know there is know way in without breaking a window, that's what having this lock is like. Pretty horrible.
Also, the Apple IOS WIFI module promised for April, then June, now July, is not available. When it is I think things will get better because we can then control access from afar, issuing new keys on the spot, canceling old keys, etc.
Decent product with unclear documentation that appears to cover several different models and makes the install harder than it needs to be. Putting it on the door is pretty straightforward, its the software/hardware interaction that drags the install down and makes it a lot harder than it should be. In the end, with patience you will get it up and going just fine. Eventually a wifi retrofit module will be available, easy to install as a retrofit.
One arguable downside is that the front panel is not pressure sensitive, and this could mean trouble during winter without the latest gloves that work with smart phones. But the Bluetooth feature using a phone's accelerometer to mimic key turn compensates for the downside. Also the ease with which one can create new keybad codes (up to 250) makes this a phenomenal lock.