Score a Prime Day discount on the Yale Assure Lock with Z-Wave, now $120.50

$172 $120.50

Today only, as part of its Prime Day Deals, Amazon is offering the Yale Assure Lock with Z-Wave for $120.39 shipped with the final price reflecting at checkout. Normally $172, today’s deal is one of the best prices that we’ve tracked all-time and is the lowest available. You’ll find a built-in keypad here, as well as Z-Wave functionality. This means that you can give guests or family members unique passcodes for them to get into the house, and then tie it into your existing smart home setup so you can use voice controls to lock the door at night and make it function with routines. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

Looking for other smart home deals? We’ve got a roundup of other great products that are on sale for Prime Day, so be sure to swing by and see if something catches your eye. There are a few other smart locks there, as well as bulbs, dimmers, and much more. Need HomeKit compatibility? August Smart Lock Pro is currently 40% off, which knocks it down to just $155 shipped. Prime Day deals bundle a free Echo Dot with this purchase, making it an even better deal.

While you’re at it, you’ll also want to swing by our constantly-updated Prime Day hub, which is your one-stop place to stay up-to-date on the latest Amazon deals.

Yale Assure Lock with Z-Wave features:

  • Unlock your door without keys by entering your code on the lock’s backlit touchscreen keypad; Lock the door behind you with a tap or by enabling auto relock.
  • Enable auto relock to ensure your door always locks behind you – Disable it at any time from the lock menu.
  • Lock and unlock your door from anywhere by adding the lock to a compatible Z-Wave smart home or alarm system and app (i.e. Samsung SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Wink, ADT,, Qolsys, Honeywell etc.). Requires compatible hub and app – No Yale app is used for this lock.

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