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Yale Conexis L1 with free Yale 720p indoor Camera - Any Colour at Yale Store for £169.99
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Yale Conexis L1 with free Yale 720p indoor Camera - Any Colour at Yale Store for £169.99

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Posted 29th Sep

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Was just looking at the conexis L1 and Yale have a sale which brings it around to the normal prices of £170 with a free indoor camera included in the bundle



What can you expect if you choose to have your product installed?

• Our friendly professional team will (at no extra cost) complete a security survey of your property, highlighting any vulnerabilities that may exist. Advising you of any additional products/ accessories you may need.

• Optimum installation with minimal inconvenience, without the need to interrupt mains power.

• On completion of your installation*, the installer will fully test and offer a full demonstration on how to use your new Yale security product.

*Installation address must be in England, Wales or Scotland (Mainland).
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Does anyone know if this works on Patio doors?
mandair29/09/2019 09:42

Does anyone know if this works on Patio doors?


Patio doors as in sliding? No I wouldn't think so, as in french doors possibly would need to measure overall length, distance between the screws and the pz (pz is most probably 92)
rosscopark29/09/2019 09:44

Patio doors as in sliding? No I wouldn't think so, as in french doors …Patio doors as in sliding? No I wouldn't think so, as in french doors possibly would need to measure overall length, distance between the screws and the pz (pz is most probably 92)


Thanks but not the sliding type. The standard opening type leading to the garden.

I say standard only cause I see more with the opening than the sliding. The usual white PVC doors.
You'll need to check the dimensions then (latter part of my initial reply) , unfortunately most manufacturers use different handle suppliers and they all vary,
I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.
Why would one opt for this over a standard key lock?
FunkiestMonkey29/09/2019 10:21

I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why …I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why would one opt for this over a standard key lock?


I guess the value in any device is entirely with the beholder as you quite rightly have establish

However, if you ever lose a key you can just deactivate it over changing the locks, if you forget your key, you’ve got your smartphone to open the door, it’s cool and geeky, probably the same as a smart light bulb or an Alexa oh also, you can share keys, so basically text someone a key.
FunkiestMonkey29/09/2019 10:21

I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why …I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why would one opt for this over a standard key lock?


For me a few reasons, I can see when my son gets home from school safely. If he loses a key its essentially a couple of quid for a new tag rather than having to replace the whole lock. When I go out running I don't need to take keys with me.
Great spot OP
Reviews are a bit hit'n'miss!
I can see the benefits of a smart lock but what about safety aspects, are these easy to hack like some of the keyless entry cars?
Edited by: "riccirus" 29th Sep
Once again lets get a few things out the way for all you hyper critical people.

1. Can it be hacked?
Probably but window glass can smashed, locks can be snapped/picked. Despite your mate Bob telling you he did it with his old 5110 nokia and a hair pin they're just as susceptible as all other locks.

2.Can i monitored by ET or the NSA?
Probably but I'm sure they have more interesting things to monitor that when you open and close your door.

3. Are they full of glitches?
Probably but it can come down to the fitting and maintenance 90% of the time. I'm sure you decided to DIY the lock and think you're awesome at it, but your wonky shelves speak louder than you complaints.

Just copied and pasted from a similar deal
Why can't they add a camera to this so that we don't need another outdoor ring type camera?
I've got a top Yale system, and it's so naff compared to the Ring setup. I would avoid wasting your money.
diddlypockets29/09/2019 15:02

Why can't they add a camera to this so that we don't need another outdoor …Why can't they add a camera to this so that we don't need another outdoor ring type camera?


Because that would chew through batteries to the point of idiocy.
I loved the concept with this product. The fact you can't lose keys, you can email keys to friends, relatives, anyone who requires access to your house and they are only usable for time frames you specify and not having to carry keys.

From my experience this product seems like it's in beta testing. The app is a mess with infrequent updates, it wasn't ready for the launch of ios 13. We've had two occasions where the servers connected to the mobile app have gone down locking us out of our house. Yales advice is to now carry a backup card or tag in addition to the mobile app. Our first lock overheated causing the batteries to melt the housing.

Its definitely a product I may look at again in the future with a new version but after 18 months use and now having received a full refund my advice would be to avoid.
mandair29/09/2019 09:42

Does anyone know if this works on Patio doors?


No. They are for use with 3 point locks
FunkiestMonkey29/09/2019 10:21

I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why …I am going to stay neutral until someone can enlighten me, please.Why would one opt for this over a standard key lock?


You can open your lock via the app on your phone. You can send a virtual key to a neighbour or family member if needed etc. It new technology not sure how safe it is compared to a good old key.
dkl_uk29/09/2019 16:23

Because that would chew through batteries to the point of idiocy.




Can power it through mains? Ring bell works on battery too, or is that just backup?
I have the front door type model
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My daughter is one for loosing here keys and we have had to replace them so about 3 years ago I got the one above.
This one will go on a normal door lock.

One of the differences ( i think) is there is no key on this so if something goes wrong you would have to get by another method. This has never happened but we do have a back door that we can get to and a hidden key.

The unit does not need any mains/charging as a battery will last a good year and we use it constantly as we work from home so it gets used 20 times a day.

We only use the keypad to get access but you can set up rfid so you can use it like a hotel room. There is no worry about being locked out and you can give someone a tag or code to get in (I think you can give a one time code for a delivery etc) so they can feed kitty.

You can buy modules for the back ie smart home unlock, car type thing so you press it and the door wil unlock but we only use the keypad as that works fine.

Only criticism is the screen is now all scratched up really bad. Dont know why.

We did have a yale wireless alarm system and as many have said on here that was pants.

We also have a ring device that we would also recommend. Guess if you had entrance and another door you could get a driver to leavce it just inside (by giving him a code) but as we work from home we have never really used it for that.
Ordered thanks to this deal. Arrived and fitted myself today, worked first time.
Guess I'll see how it holds up.
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