Yale keyless digital lock £35 at Homebase
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Yale keyless digital lock £35 at Homebase

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LocalFound 16th Jan
Found this Instore Homebase cookstown (n.ireland) but they seem to be clearing them instore as they’ve been discontinued.

Probably not of huge interest to most people but handy for sheds, storage rooms etc
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steveblackman43 m ago

It was £30 A few weeks back


Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that I'll see my past self which could result in both me and my past self spontaneously combusting; I'd rather pay the extra fiver and buy it in the present day to minimise the risk
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Is this the one where you can fit wireless module, e.g. Z-Wave?
Great discount. Paid around £100 for mine. Unable to answer question with regards to z-wave as the box mentioned it but on looking at the instructions I'm non the wiser, think it best you buy at that unbelievable price then ring Yale before opening and if it's not what you want Homebase don't usually have issue with returns.
I think this is the non wireless version
I too think this is the none wireless version as I’ve seen on my travels both and the non wireless version hasn’t been priced the shelf and the wireless one is. The price on the wireless one was £100. Though I didn’t take either to the cashier.
As for opening it I’m not sure there to bothered about that I was sold a Yale Video Door Viewer and the lady said I could take it back if I wanted even though it was open. Maybe it was because it was open but just thought I’d put that out there anyway.
I'd be weary of anyone fitting one of these on an external door, the first thing an insurance assessor will do when he visits following a break in is check all locks are BS3621, Yale smart locks do not comply.

Even if this is not the point of entry it will effect your insurance with most companies.
Doesn't the level of security depend on the night latch fitted?
m1chaels1 h, 55 m ago

Doesn't the level of security depend on the night latch fitted?


Depends on your policy.
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m1chaels3 h, 3 m ago

Doesn't the level of security depend on the night latch fitted?


Very true but then regardless of the latch of someone sticks in a crow bar and applies enough force they likely rip the screws straight out of the door frame so it’s not full proof
It was £30 A few weeks back
steveblackman43 m ago

It was £30 A few weeks back


Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that I'll see my past self which could result in both me and my past self spontaneously combusting; I'd rather pay the extra fiver and buy it in the present day to minimise the risk
no stock at 6pm
brooky1 h, 3 m ago

Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that …Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that I'll see my past self which could result in both me and my past self spontaneously combusting; I'd rather pay the extra fiver and buy it in the present day to minimise the risk


Not only that, but you may end up with your mum fancying you. Yeuck.
Edited by: "GaiusB" 16th Jan
orange label on picture so very store specific,good deal if you are near
brooky11 h, 18 m ago

Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that …Yes but if I use my time machine to go back and get it theres a risk that I'll see my past self which could result in both me and my past self spontaneously combusting; I'd rather pay the extra fiver and buy it in the present day to minimise the risk

If you had a time Machine you wouldn't need a lock as when you get broken in then you can go back in time and catch them in the act. Call the police and have the fellow ruffians arrested. Good day sir.
Anyway my point is, ask them to scan the original barcode and it will be £30 not £35. I got the same one for £30 only on Saturday. Assuming it's the brass one without the yale lock.
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