Yale Real Living Keyless Push Button Deadbolt in Oil Rubbed Bronze (Standalone) (YRD210-NR-0BP)

January 18, 2018 - Comment

Secure your home with this Yale Real Living electronic lock and enjoy the convenience of unlocking and locking your door using the backlit push button keypad; you’ll never have to carry around your keys again. Create unique pin codes for friends and family and remove codes whenever you need to. The lock is Grade 2

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Secure your home with this Yale Real Living electronic lock and enjoy the convenience of unlocking and locking your door using the backlit push button keypad; you’ll never have to carry around your keys again. Create unique pin codes for friends and family and remove codes whenever you need to. The lock is Grade 2 certified and backed Yale, one of the world’s best known brands in the lock industry that’s been securing homes since 1846, ensuring that your home and family is always safe. Upgrade with a Yale Z-Wave or ZigBee module if you ever decide to integrate the lock into your smart home. Modules sold on Yale2you.com

Product Features

  • Installs on standard doors in minutes with just a screwdriver
  • Weather resistant durable buttons
  • Create up to 25 unique pin codes to share with family and friends
  • Voice-Guided Programming
  • Upgradeable to work with your smart home using Yale network module

Comments

Adam Mikolajczyk says:

Convenient and Well Built, but Probably More Expensive then Needed [EDIT] After owning four of these for some months I now know why some are reporting problems with extremely short battery life! If you intend to use these in a networked Z-Wave capacity you have to install the included wireless communications modules. No big deal, they just plug in when you install. However, unless you go the extra step of actually pairing and setting them up with your home automation controller(Vera for me) they’ll just sit there and continually try to communicate. In my case…

Michal says:

This is what you’d get if Hummer made deadbolts. Feels and looks very well built. I believe it’s cast iron chassis? Regardless, in terms of physical security, I have way more confidence in this, than I do in the cheap-feeling, plastic Samsung locks we use at my place of employment (that cost twice as much). 

C. S. Murphy says:

It was great to be able to lock and unlock the house … It was great to be able to lock and unlock the house for our pet sitter via our internet connection with our alarm system, but the top three buttons pooped out after 2 years. Too expensive a unit to have to replace it every 2 years. Also, it doesn’t give adequate warning when the batteries are low. You just can’t get it to open one day, so you better have a backup plan for getting in your house or you’re out of luck. It seems like the first time the batteries go low, there was a red light…

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