Yale YRD226 - Assure Lock Z-Wave Touchscreen Deadbolt Reviews

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Excellent Lock!
Submitted on 06/09/2020 Alarm Grid

The Yale YRD226 is a Z-Wave Plus touchscreen deadbolt lock that allows a user to lock and unlock their door remotely by using an automation platform. The lock is universally compatible with nearly any Z-Wave controller, making it a very versatile and useful device. It also includes some nice features like a weather protection gasket, single-touch locking functionality, backlit numbers, a privacy button, and a tamper-resistant back cover. We think the Yale YRD226 is a fantastic product, and we give it a 5 Star rating.

There are many things to like about the Yale YRD226. For one, it has an attractive design that will fit in nicely with nearly any modern home. The lock retains a traditional key slot, so you can still use a key if desired, or if the touchscreen isn't working. The lock stores up to 250 codes, so it's highly unlikely that you will run out of slots. Three (3) different finishing options are available, which is a nice personalized touch. The lock uses Z-Wave Plus technology, which helps extend wireless range and battery life when paired with a Z-Wave Plus controller. The lock meets Grade 2 Deadbolt Operational and Security Standards, thereby making it extremely secure. And as we mentioned earlier, the lock is loaded with great features.

There are not many downsides regarding the Yale YRD226. Like any door lock, it will need to be physically installed on the door. Most DIY users should be able to accomplish this though. Also, make sure to consider the fact that Z-Wave door locks like the Yale YRD226 do not repeat Z-Wave signals. But overall, these downsides are relatively minor, and they do not stop us from giving the Yale YRD226 a 5 Star rating.

Good: Attractive Design, Traditional Key Slot Option, Up to 250 Codes, 3 Finishing Options, Z-Wave Plus, Very Secure, Lots of Features

Bad: Must be Installed, Won't Repeat Z-Wave Signals

Bottom Line: 5 Stars