Yale’s Smart Assure Lever Lock Reaches Retail
Yale has made its Assure Lever Lock smart lock available for purchase on its website, on Amazon and through other major retailers where consumer can buy the company’s first non-deadbolt lock option in the Assure Lock series.
The lock comes in two models and four smart home configurations, and is appropriate for home office, wine cellar, side entry applications or anywhere else that could benefit from added security, says the company.
Available in both keypad and touchscreen versions, it can be used as a standalone touchpad lock, or as a smart lock enhanced with a Yale Smart Module (e.g., Z-Wave Plus, Connected by August or Zigbee).
The Assure Lever pushbutton keypad model (YRL236) and capacitive touchscreen model (YRL256) are workable by users through their entry code on the keypad — the levers are key-free so they are tamper-proof, with no keys to lose. The standalone version can be upgraded with any Yale Smart Module at any time.
The Assure Lever models come in three finishes – satin nickel, polished brass, and oil-rubbed bronze — and prices range from $149 to $299 MSRP (depending on the model and connectivity).