Apple’s Siri Compatible Yale Assure Lever Lock On Sale For $249

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We suggest the Yale Assure Lever (YRL256) for you if you are interested in a smart lock but the door is a single hole model, that is, with a doorknob or lever and no deadbolt. It provides features similar to our top edition of the deadbolt, with a few slight changes. For example, by pressing the Yale logo, you can wake the lock or lock it. This is a decent $250 offer, out of $300, which is the best we have seen in the past six months.

Product Highlights:

Replaces your existing lever or knob on doors with a single hole (no deadbolt) that are 1-3/8″ to 1-3/4″ thick with just a screwdriver

No more fumbling with keys, the Assure Lever can unlock automatically via Bluetooth as you approach the door with your smartphone (optional feature) – No phone? Just enter your code on the touchscreen keypad

Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Home Kit (Siri) so you can lock and unlock using just your voice. Alexa can also provide notifications when your battery is running low so you can proactively replace them. Set up smart reorders through Dash Replenishment to make sure you always have replacement batteries when you need them.

Create virtual keys to share with people you trust – set them as permanent keys or to a schedule

Lock/unlock, grant access to others, and see who comes and goes from anywhere using your August app – no additional hub needed. Face Bore Dims:2 1/8 inch

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