Unlock by entering your 4-8 digit PIN code on the backlit, touchscreen keypad or using your physical key
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 3/4" to 2 1/4" thick (1-3/8 inch requires thin door gasket)
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
Inside the Box:Yale Real Living Assure,Lock Touchscreen Deadbolt,Installation Guide,Mounting Screws,Door Template,4 AA Batteries,2 Keys
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Took the lock to Mexico for my condoI took the lock to Mexico for my condo. Opened the box there. Big mistake on my part. THERE WERE NO INSTRUCTIONS in the box. No installation instructions, no programming instructions. I watched a lot of You Tube and could figure out the installation but not the programming. Too bad because it is a heavy unit which appears to be a good one.With NO programming instructions, I brought it back and will return it.1Does not include radio - Requires additional purchase for smart homeProduct description is wrong. This is the Yale Lock without a radio, meaning you need to spend additional $50+ to get the appropriate radio module to work with Ring Alarm, Smartthings, Wink, etc.Separately, don't recommend getting the Amazon open box. You're rolling the dice to see what parts are missing. In my case, all the screws necessary to attach the handleset.1If you're not 100% ready to ditch the keys, this is the lock to get!!!The reason why I purchased this particular lock was because it has a keyway. If for some reason the battery dies or if there is a mechanical failure, I can simply use the provided keys. The keypad is very responsive contrary to other reviewers. I use the back of my hands to wake the keypad up and type in my pin code and it quickly unlocks. To lock, just tap the keypad. I paired this lock with a Yale door lever in polished brass which compliments my lock. All in all, I am satisfied with this product!4Works well with some annoyancesSo far, the lock is nice. I ve been using Schlage and Kwikset keypad locks for years and wanted to try something different. I definitely like the looks and how it doesn t have a key. It loses points for:1) It sometimes takes a few times of putting my hand in front of the keypad for it to register. Very annoying when I have groceries in my hand or carrying a kid.2) Even though it doesn t always respond to my hand directly in front of it, pushing the door closed when I m not trying to lock it will make the lock engage 98% of the time. So the deadbolt hits the door casing and bounces back open.Because of these annoyances, I ve moved the lock to a less frequently used door. Maybe mine has an issue, but it s too annoying for daily use.3For Carpenters OnlyInstallation went OK.But, it appears that the locking motor is undersized and can not tolerate even minimal misalignment between the bolt and the receptacle.In most homes, your bolt and receptacle move due to rain and temperature. Wood moves - its a fact.Could not get the Lock to successfully work from Day One.Look for a lock with a keypad and manual turn deadbolt - such as Schlage. Your wrist has much more strength than the wimpy motor in the Yale. I've had this lock up for over a year with no problems.Returned the Yale.1Great lock for the moneyI've purchased over a dozen of these and keep buying them if that is any indication how much I like these locks. Time your purchase right as the pricing on Amazon varies vastly from $60 to $200. I bought some with the Zwave module but never bothered to implement so now I buy the stand-alone models, some of the brand new and some of them used (all from Amazon with no issues).5Great Entry LockI bought this lock to allow entry by relatives without a key. Installation was straightforward, taking about 15 - 20 minutes, following the clear and concise instructions. The housing mates well to the door, and the lock is attached through the existing lock mortise. (Instructions are included if you don't have a mortise in your door. However, you will need a drill and you should have a mortiss alignment and drilling jig, specifically designed for doors, if you are starting without a hole in your door.) Programming multiple combinations into the lock is simple. I bought the version with a keyhole, which came with two keys, to safeguard against locking myself out if the batteries go dead. In operation, the lock is smooth and flawless. From the inside, a conventional lever operates the dead bolt. From the outside, one activates the lock by placing a hand over the electronic keypad, then entering a code to activate the mechanism. On exit, one places a hand over the keypad and the deadbolt is inserted. The manual and electronic operations do not conflict. A nice piece of hardware, well designed and executed.5DOA 1 mth after warranty expired / Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad in Satin Nickel (YRD226NR619)Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad in Satin Nickel (YRD226NR619). Purchased end of March 2018 and DOA end of April 2019.1 month after warranty expired, keypad died (or something with circuit board). No signs of dying, just DOA when returned home. Flashing dead battery, keypad flickering. Batteries were two months old. Replaced batteries 3 times, factory reset three times. Still keypad issues, kept saying low battery, and flickering panel. Luckily this is the model with the key so I was able to enter residence. You'd be SOL if this same issue happened with the keyless model. This was installed on a door in a closed hallway in a high-rise condo. No weather related issues. Just a complete failure for no reason.Updated May 3; Contacted tech support who is apparently a third party (team August). Determined keypad is dead and replacement is to be sent. That was Saturday. Email with shipping info was supposed to be by Wednesday at the latest...it's Friday and no info. Emailing back to team August results in script emails telling me to contact customer service, option 1. Doing that (during their business hours) results in it going straight to voicemail...left 3 messages over 3 days and still no response back. Will never buy another Yale POS lock again.1Very easy to installWe love that this supports longer PINs (harder to brute force), and was super easy to install and program.5Good Design, Even Better FunctionalityI have been searching for a better deadbolt for sometime. My four criteria were it had to have a key backup, no internet connectivity, it had to look good, and most importantly it had to be secure. This Yale Assure Lock met those criteria and had been great!INSTALLATIONI was replacing an existing deadbolt so the installation was easy, as I didn't have to drill any new holes. It is a little more complex to put together than your non-electronic lock. But the directions were helpful and I had it up and running in under 30 minutes. If you've installed a deadbolt before this should be no problem. Overall, easy to install.Once the hardware is installed you have to set up your passcode. The directions walk you through setting up a master code and then if you want addition codes you can set those up for guests, families, dog walkers, or whoever else might need occasional access to your house... Just as the hardware this process was pretty simple and straightforward.FUNCTIONTo lock from the touchscreen you simply put your hand over the screen and it will lock the door. To unlock you do the same and then punch in your code. So far I've had zero issues, it has worked flawlessly every single time. As mentioned above I did not get the lock with the integrated smart features. So I cannot speak to those. I wanted mine local only.SECURITYI have a locksmith friend who I asked what the best lock was, Yale was at the top of his list for consumer locks. Not easy to pick and rarely malfunctions. Of course if someone really wants in my house all they have to do is break a window. But this lock provides the security you need to thwart off most intruders.DESIGNI love the way it looks. It feels solid and well made.Overall, I highly recommend this lock! It makes getting into my house much easier! If you are looking for a touchscreen deadbolt look no further!5
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Yale Assure Lock - Touchscreen Keypad Door Lock in Satin Nickel