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Yale conexis L1 smart lock £149.99 @ B&Q
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Yale conexis L1 smart lock £149.99 @ B&Q

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Posted 15th Jan

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Shows as £145 for me
£145 for me too, it won't let me order it though for some reason as out of stock.
Terrible lock
Toonlad15/01/2020 21:38

Terrible lock


Why mate anymore info than that,cheers
Edited by: "korless" 15th Jan
I wanted to get one of these so bad but there were so many bad reviews on Amazon, iirc just of them refusing to work, forgetting settings and lack of manual override but happy to be proved wrong as I really want one!
Don’t bother guys... returned mine. Not worth the hassle. Read the reviews
Want one of these but the reviews are off putting. But this is the only one that does multipoint lock. Can’t believe there aren’t a bigger range of smart locks out there with all the tech we have.
Toonlad15/01/2020 21:38

Terrible lock


When's your next product review?
Can't wait
hiten2k416/01/2020 06:39

Don’t bother guys... returned mine. Not worth the hassle. Read the reviews


Is that with the smart things integration? Sounds like it is ok when you purchase the module.
Awful with the module aswel... kept on getting stuck
Had this for a year, works well for me. I use a home assistant integration rather than smartthings which is much much better on battery life I've found.
Nikotime16/01/2020 19:02

Had this for a year, works well for me. I use a home assistant integration …Had this for a year, works well for me. I use a home assistant integration rather than smartthings which is much much better on battery life I've found.


SO someone can shout through the letterbox 'open'
Toonlad16/01/2020 21:25

SO someone can shout through the letterbox 'open'


No... Can't unlock via voice due to built in security, for obvious reasons
Nikotime16/01/2020 19:02

Had this for a year, works well for me. I use a home assistant integration …Had this for a year, works well for me. I use a home assistant integration rather than smartthings which is much much better on battery life I've found.


I use HA to but it's it's Hassio on HyperV so getting a zwave device to pass through is problematic to say the least....probably will still end up getting one tho...,
Herc16/01/2020 22:02

I use HA to but it's it's Hassio on HyperV so getting a zwave device to …I use HA to but it's it's Hassio on HyperV so getting a zwave device to pass through is problematic to say the least....probably will still end up getting one tho...,


Ah I use Hassio but on a raspberry pi with a zwave USB stick, struggled to set up until I eventually realised all my USB slots on the pi were bust! Replaced it and infinitely easier. Does HyperV recognise any USB devices for you? I should really have set mine up in a docker on my server but cheated with the pi...
Clunk, bzzzz, beep. Too noisy for me returning late from the pub and trying not to wake my wife and kids. Returned.
Edited by: "neversay" 17th Jan
Nikotime16/01/2020 22:07

Ah I use Hassio but on a raspberry pi with a zwave USB stick, struggled to …Ah I use Hassio but on a raspberry pi with a zwave USB stick, struggled to set up until I eventually realised all my USB slots on the pi were bust! Replaced it and infinitely easier. Does HyperV recognise any USB devices for you? I should really have set mine up in a docker on my server but cheated with the pi...


No you can't pass through any USB so it's basically installing it on another device then using something like usbip to send the usb over the network. I migrated from raspberry pi so I may just setup another instance just for this as you can't use the Hassio and hassos image on HyperV. I would need to install Hassio on a standard Linux build first...
neversay17/01/2020 08:13

Clunk, bzzzz, beep. Too noisy for me returning late from the pub and …Clunk, bzzzz, beep. Too noisy for me returning late from the pub and trying not to wake my wife and kids. Returned.


you know you can turn the volume down or off?
Really want one of these but so much negativity puts me off from buying
Says £190 now
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