|Item Weight||3.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 1.3 x 6.1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||YRD246-NR-619|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Yale Real Living Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt in Satin Nickel (YRD240-NR-619)
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- Unlock by entering your 4-8 digit PIN code on the backlit or using the touchscreen keypad. Create up to 25 unique PIN codes for friends and family
- Replaces existing deadbolt with just a screwdriver. Requires a face bore hole of 2-1/8", backset of 2-3/8" or 2-3/4". Fits on standard doors 1 3/8" to 2 1/4" thick
- Upgradeable to work with your smart home (including SmartThings and Wink) with Yale network module (sold separately)
- Key free means no keys to lose or share, no locksmiths and no pick and bump break-ins. The lock features a 9V battery back-up charger so you won't get locked out with a dead battery!
- Voted #1 Smart Door Lock brand for 2017 by CEPro
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Yale Real Living Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt
Never worry about losing your keys again. Lock and unlock your door using the backlit touchscreen keypad. Create unique pin codes to share with your family and friends. Can be upgraded with a Yale Z-Wave or ZigBee Network Module to work with your smart home.
#1 Smart Door Lock Brand for 2017
Easy to Install
- Installs in minutes with a screwdriver.
- No hard-wiring or new screw holes needed.
Stores Up To 25 Pin Codes
- Easily add or remove pin codes for others.
- Holds 250 pin codes when added to a smart home system (Requires a Yale Network Module).
- Voice guided programming in 3 languages.
- Auto relock and one touch locking.
Being 100% Key Free Means...
- No need to give keys out to frequent visitors, such as a housekeeper or your nanny
- Each family member can have their own 4 to 8 digit easy to remember code
- No more lost keys, locksmiths or re-keying fees
- No pick and bump break-ins (with no cylinder)
|Touchscreen Deadbolt||Push Button Deadbolt||Key Free Toucschreen Deadbolt||Push Button Lever Lock||Touchscreen Lever Lock|
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|Voice Assisted Programming||✓||✓||✓|
|Low Battery Alarm||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Privacy Lock Out||✓||✓||✓|
|Manual Key Override||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Auto Relock Capable||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Trouble Free 9V Battery Back Up||✓|
|Door Thickness||1 3/8" - 2 1/4"||1 3/8" - 2 1/4"||1 3/4" - 2 1/4"||1 3/8" - 1 3/4"||1 3/8" - 1 3/4"|
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|Color||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Aged Bronze||Satin Nickel||Satin Nickel||Oil-Rubbed Bronze|
|Item Dimensions||1.3 x 6.1 x 6.1 in||2.25 x 3.25 x 6.75 in||5.12 x 4.5 x 9.25 in||1.3 x 6.1 x 6.1 in||1 x 2.75 x 7 in||1 x 2.75 x 5.2 in|
Never worry about carrying around or losing your keys again. Unlock and lock your home with ease from the backlit touchscreen keypad. Create unique pin codes for friends and family and remove codes whenever you need to. The lock is tamper resistant, easy to install and even easier to use! This lock can be upgraded with a Yale Network Module to work with your Z-Wave or ZigBee home automation or alarm system. Yale Network Modules are sold separately.
From the Manufacturer
Secure your home with the most well-known brand in the door locking industry, Yale. Enjoy security and peace of mind knowing your doors are secured by one of the longest standing lock companies. Our Yale Real Living products are backed by a lifetime warranty for finish and mechanics.
Top customer reviews
I was able to replace my existing deadbolt in less than 15 minutes with no tools beyond a screwdriver. It fits standard deadbolt openings without adjustment. The instructions were well written.
In addition to what I consider the critical features, the designers put a lot of thought into the little touches. There are some nice options that can be configured, including different volumes of audio feedback and an optional LED status indicator on the inside. The device is simple to install, simple to set up, and simple to use, while providing far better security than even a high-end key lock.
Very similar to the Schlage. They both attach to a back plate and then the inside of the lock attaches to the backplate. The Yale has a separate Zwave radio component that you have to plug in which allows them to sell the same lock with and without Z-wave. It's a simply plug in piece and once nothing much to it.
The Yale really shines here. I had no idea it did this when I ordered it so I was shocked when I powered it on and it started to talking to me. See my video for an example of using the voice prompted menus. The Schlage has a rather cryptic menu system that you pretty much can't use without the manual nearby. With the Yale, all you need to do is enter the master code and it will start talking to you. One other nice thing is that Yale allows YOU to set the master code, while Schlage locks come with a preset master code printed on them. If you forget the code, you have to disassemble the lock to find the sticker on the inside with the code. Pairing with SmartThings was no better or worse than the Scalage's for me. I had some trouble initially due to the distance from the hub (same problem with Schlage at this door). Once I brought the Hub near the door everything went well.
Fairly similar to use the two. On the Schlage, you press the Schlage button to active the screen, on the Yale you touch a few fingers to wake it up. The one annoyance I have with the Yale is that after entering my code I have to press the * key where the Schlage will just open after the last number. One extra button to push. The Yale seems "cooler" but the Schlage has a more tactile response since it's not a capacitive screen. Time will tell if the Yale stays responsive. I was surprised to see that it worked with gloves on as that was one concern I had (being unresponsive based on clothing, weather, etc) I personally like the keyless design of the Yale's exterior. There's no need to worry about anyone picking or bumping your lock. The Yale is also quite a bit shorter of a footprint on your door. The interior of the Schlage is huge. I prefer the knob to unlock/lock on the Yale... it protrudes a bit more than the Schlage which makes it easier to grip. One other unexpected feature of the Yale was the lock indicator light... you can enable a little flashing red LED that will blink once every 15 seconds or so when the door is locked. This is handy to visually confirm if a door is locked in the dark. You can also enable a privacy mode that will disable the keypad until you unlock the door from the inside again. This could be handy for vacations or if you live in an apartment and simply don't want people screwing with your lock as they walk by.
I think the Schlage looks a bit more classy and the Yale looks a bit more modern/commercial. I have the Yale on my garage door because the Schlage matches my front door handle set better. I might swap it one day or purchase another Yale due to the keyless feature which I like a lot. Time will tell if the Yale serves me as well as the Schlages have. The Yale costs a bit more but depending on your tests and needs, this might be worth it. Both are great locks and worthy competitors in this space based on my weeks of comparing them.
Installation was a breeze and took me about 20 minutes. It comes with 4AA batteries but I also love the fact that it uses a 9V battery back up in the case of anything remotely happening. I can't say how long the AA batteries will last because I haven't had it that long but so far so good.
One the features that really sold me on this is the fact that I can give each child a separate code, so my 10yr old who is autistic was able to choose a code that he would remember fairly easily. I can also give the babysitter or the dogsitter a separate code just for the night. No need to pass out keys because there isn't any so I don't have to worry about someone making a copy of my house keys. That was what really sold me on this. It has been easy to use and we just love it and now wonder why we never thought of getting one before. I now recommend it to everyone.
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Installation time took about 30 minutes but it was straight forward and simple.Read more