Yale Security YRD220-NR-619 Real Living Electronic Touch Screen Deadbolt, Fully Motorized with 25-User Code Memory, Satin Nickel

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Yale Locks & Hardware YRLD220CR619KWKDYale’s YRD220 Real Living electronic touchscreen deadbolt lock adds a level of simplicity to home keyless entry without sacrificing any safety. Its interactive touchscreen and voice-guided programming make this an ideal deadbolt for any homeowner looking to add extra security without extra trouble. YRD220 Real Living Deadbolt At a Glance: Illuminated

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Yale Locks & Hardware YRLD220CR619KWKDYale’s YRD220 Real Living electronic touchscreen deadbolt lock adds a level of simplicity to home keyless entry without sacrificing any safety. Its interactive touchscreen and voice-guided programming make this an ideal deadbolt for any homeowner looking to add extra security without extra trouble.

At a GlanceYRD220 Real Living Deadbolt At a Glance:
Illuminated touchscreen allows for easy keyless entry
Simple to use, install, and program with voice-guided instructions
Can be used with standard doors that have a 1-3/8- to 2-1/4-inch thickness
Possible to add or delete up to 25 individual users
Screwdriver installation, fits in a regular deadbolt lock spaceAt a Glance Yale YRD220 Real Living deadbolt
Yale’s YRD220 Real Living deadbolt has a helpful touchscreen and is easy to install and use (view larger). The Latest in Locking Technology
With an interactive touchscreen that can be programmed right at the lock, Yale’s Real Living deadbolt is very easy to use and put in and even boasts voice-guided assistance. It can be installed with a screwdriver and fits in a regular deadbolt lock space. The lock’s privacy mode feature allows for locking out all users, while the auto relock function causes the deadbolt to re-lock once 30 seconds have passed, and the tamper alarm goes off when the wrong code is put in multiple times. The touchscreen is also illuminated so not a strain to use at night. The lock has 12 buttons in the pattern of a standard phone layout, and it’s a snap to set up PIN codes for new users, adding an extra level of convenience to home security. The touchscreen is weather-resistant, and the voice guide can be used with English, Spanish, or French.

A Host of Helpful Features
Yale’s Real Living deadbolt lock has a sturdy all-metal exterior escutcheon and a motorized in-and-out tapered bolt, which preserves lock functionality even if a door isn’t perfectly aligned. Due to its handy size it can go above a regular lever lock, and it needs no additional holes to be put in during installation. It has a modifiable volume so it can be set to individual preferences and a low battery warning, so there’s no worrying about security being compromised due to a lack of power. It can be used with doors that are 1-3/8 inches to 6-1/4 inches thick (1-3/8 inches with a special thin door gasket) and is available in three finishes to match distinct decors: polished brass, oil-rubbed bronze, and satin nickel.

Dimensions & Warranty
Yale’s YRD220 Real Living electronic touch screen deadbolt lock measures 1-11/32 inches in exterior depth, 2-23/32 inches in exterior width, and 6-5/64 inches in exterior height and weighs 5 pounds. It comes with a one-year electronic warranty and a limited lifetime finish and mechanics warranty

About Yale
Yale is one of the oldest international brands in the world and one of the best-known names in the locking industry. The Yale history captures major innovations that have marked the evolution not just of Yale, but of the entire locking industry. Yale Locks & Hardware is recognized worldwide as a leader and innovator in the architectural hardware industry, with millions of Yale products used in over 125 countries. Backed by over 150 years of quality and customer-oriented service, Yale offers a complete selection of door hardware for residential applications, now including Yale Real Living as part of the new digital home. It’s keyless entry made easy.

What’s in the Box
One Yale YRD220 Real Living electronic touch screen deadbolt lock, installation and programming instructions, quickstart guide, 4 AA batteries.

Yale YRD220 Real Living deadboltYale YRD220 Real Living deadboltYale YRD220 Real Living deadboltYale’s YRD220 Real Living electronic touchscreen deadbolt lock is easy to install, sturdy and reliable, and can handle up to 25 individual users (click each to enlarge).

Product Features

  • Transitional design complements any door
  • Store up to 25 customized entry codes
  • Auto re-lock function can be enabled or disabled at the touch of a button
  • For added security “Privacy Mode” will lock out all codes
  • Upgradable for home automation features. Contact Yale for upgrade options.

Comments

Viking One Alpha "Inspector Gadget" says:

Excellent deadbolt with solid build and great looks and features. Ordered the lock and installed in September 2012, so I have had a few months to test it out. The lock I bought was the Z-Wave model, but I never installed or used the Z-Wave module so my review of the lock is more relevant to this version which identical, except they don’t ship the Z-Wave module with it, and you save about $50. I ordered and got the Satin Nickel version which appears to be identical to all Satin Nickel locks and handles out there from other companies. 

Tim says:

We shall see… Summary: I searched all over for a good electronic lock. This one is the best I found – sturdy, sleek, easy to use, and secure. 

Doctor.Generosity says:

Cool digital lock but poor instructions Keyless digital locks have been available for businesses but are now coming down in cost for households. It’s great not to need to carry a physical key. Also, one is able to give someone a code over the phone. You can set it to automatically relock after a delay time, or all kinds of other flexibility which goes along with digital electronics. These gizmos will soon be replacing metal key locks. 

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