Important things to consider before buying Yale Real Living Keyless Touchscreen Deadbolt
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 Voice guided assistance, privacy mode, auto re-lock and more Voted 1 Smart Door Lock brand for 2017 by CEPro Unlock by entering your 4-8 digit PIN code on the backlit, touchscreen keypad or using your physical key
What is the advantage of this Yale Real Living Keyless Touchscreen Deadbolt?
Secure your home with this Yale Real Living electronic lock and enjoy the convenience of unlocking and locking your door using the backlit touchscreen 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
Yale 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. A Host of Helpful FeaturesYale 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 WarrantyYale 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 YaleYale 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 BoxOne Yale YRD220 Real Living electronic touch screen deadbolt lock, installation and programming instructions, quickstart guide, 4 AA batteries. 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.
Customer reviewsFrustrating Z-Wave Smarthome experince
I gave the Yale smartlock a chance, but after 4 months of ownership I really am starting to dislike it. It works pretty good if you are only interested in opening and closing your door using a code. But you can get that for cheaper. I bought the Yale smartlock for its Z-Wave capablity and for integrating it into my Samsung SmartThings system. And for this use the Yale lock is super frustrating. It sortof works. It pairs with Samsung smartthings, and it is pretty good about locking and unlocking on command, but it is bad at reporting the correct state locked unlocked on the Z-Wave network. I tried several different device handlers in Samsung SmartThings and several timing settings but I can find one that works reliably. Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. My return window is closed, but I wish I had never purchased this stupid thing.