Yale Assure Lock SL Key Free Door Lock with Touchscreen Keypad – Unlock your door with an entry code – YRD256NR0BP in Oil Rubbed Bronze

May 9, 2019 - Comment

Lose your keys for good with the Yale assure lock SL. Lock and unlock your home using the backlit touchscreen keypad. Tap the keypad with 3 fingers to quickly lock the door behind you or turn on auto-relock to ensure the door always locks itself after a set amount of time. The assure lock SL

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Lose your keys for good with the Yale assure lock SL. Lock and unlock your home using the backlit touchscreen keypad. Tap the keypad with 3 fingers to quickly lock the door behind you or turn on auto-relock to ensure the door always locks itself after a set amount of time. The assure lock SL is the slimmest smart lock on the market and comes in three beautiful finishes so your door gets smarts and style. Underneath the keypad, there’s a 9V battery terminal allowing you to quickly charge up the lock in the unlikely scenario of dead batteries. 100% key free means no locksmiths, no lost keys and better security. Installs easily on doors 1-3/8 inch to 2-1/4 inch thick with a 2-1/8 inch face borehole, 1 inch edge borehole and 2-3/4 inch or 2-3/8 inch backrest. Upgrade your lock at any time to work with home kit, Z-Wave or ZigBee smart home systems by adding a Yale network module – sold separately. Don’t worry about getting locked out If the batteries die, the lock gives you low battery indications and has a 9V battery Terminal under the keypad for emergencies.

Product Features

  • Slimmest touchscreen deadbolt on the market from the #1 smart lock brand in 2017, voted by CEPro
  • Unlock your door without the hassle of keys using the touchscreen keypad – lock the door behind you by simply tapping the keypad or by enabling auto relock
  • Create up to 25 unique pin codes to share with friends and family
  • 100% key free means no pick or bump break-ins and no lost keys or rekeying
  • Quiet motorized deadbolt, all-code lockout for privacy, auto relock options, weather resistant gasket and tamper resistant battery cover

Comments

Anonymous says:

Per Yale customer support, the lock mechanism is prone to seizing/jamming I installed this lock in January and initially had little to no problems. This week the lock jammed after leaving the house and would not unlock upon return. When entering my code it would flash the numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 (which makes a sort of an ‘X’ shape on the keypad). Scouring through their support provides no information nor could I find any documentation about this error code. I did see one lone review website that mentioned the exact same issue but that was it. I discovered the…

Anonymous says:

Faulty Product Bad Service Length:: 0:20 Mins I owned 2 Yale locks already and loved them. I purchased this product and It stopped working after a month of use!! The product is faulty, it doesnt work with the app or with my homekit, it just doesn’t sync as it should. I cant generate the passcodes and Now it even started failing (not locking my door or having errors like in the video) I reached out to Yale customer service and they said I couldn’t get a refund. I agreed on a replacement and this…

Anonymous says:

Best of the Homekit-compatible deadbolts, with one drawback. I have three of the Yale Homekit-compatible locks, as well as one each of the Kwikset and Schlage Homekit-compatible locks. The Yale is my favorite of the three. The unit is well-made and attractive. The UI is user-friendly. The only drawback is the software. You can’t create a code that only works for a limited time, like you would want to provide to a babysitter or a housekeeper. I’m hopeful that Yale will add this feature. If they do that, I’ll give them five stars.

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