Yale SD-L1000-CH Conexis L1 Smart Lock £149.99 Amazon
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Yale SD-L1000-CH Conexis L1 Smart Lock £149.99 Amazon

£149£174.9915%Amazon Deals
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Posted 8th Oct
Cheapest it has ever been on Amazon, here is the Conexis L1 Smart Lock. It is the world’s first smart lock to achieve a Kitemark, and is approved by the British Standards Institution.
These do get mixed reviews, with most complaints being the App or from people who have experienced issues having not fitted it correctly, so worth doing some reading and ensuring it is the one for you.
Next cheapest i can see it is £174.99 at Screwfix.
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mtcleaning83_.08/10/2019 07:48

But surely these can be hacked by anyone with an FM radio, my mate malcolm …But surely these can be hacked by anyone with an FM radio, my mate malcolm told me down the pub, he's there most days, gets there when its opens and leaves when it closes, he know most things about everything......


They can actually be opened by just giving them a long hard stare!

I’ve had one fitted for a few months now and I’ve been robbed three times by a man using a solar powered calculator!
Edited by: "ant3000" 8th Oct
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It is smart until a hack is found.

You can never beat good old-fashioned locks.
Edited by: "boss911999" 8th Oct
I tried it and the technology isn't ready yet. A better and cheaper solution was to get more spare keys (3 for £10) and a hidden outdoor keysafe (<£20).
Oh nooooo! Here comes the future!!!
boss91199908/10/2019 07:09

It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned …It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned locks.


Locksmiths can
ant300008/10/2019 07:21

Oh nooooo! Here comes the future!!!


But surely these can be hacked by anyone with an FM radio, my mate malcolm told me down the pub, he's there most days, gets there when its opens and leaves when it closes, he know most things about everything......
mtcleaning83_.08/10/2019 07:48

But surely these can be hacked by anyone with an FM radio, my mate malcolm …But surely these can be hacked by anyone with an FM radio, my mate malcolm told me down the pub, he's there most days, gets there when its opens and leaves when it closes, he know most things about everything......


They can actually be opened by just giving them a long hard stare!

I’ve had one fitted for a few months now and I’ve been robbed three times by a man using a solar powered calculator!
Edited by: "ant3000" 8th Oct
ant300008/10/2019 07:50

They can actually be opened by just giving them a long hard stare!I’ve had …They can actually be opened by just giving them a long hard stare!I’ve had one fitted for a few months now and I’ve been robbed three times by a man using a solar powered calculator!


Doesn't suprise me, I've had one fitted and ever since then I've noticed white vans on the road, its the CIA following me I'm sure of it, the voices in my head confirmed it!!!
It would be more secure using selotape to lock the door instead of this.
Ha, gotta love the lack of objectivity of this site - post a deal for something that is the cheapest it has ever been and gets voted down by people who advocate good old fashioned locks. They should probably google lock snapping and lock bumping! Maybe I'll post a deal to a cheap lock bumping bar and see if that goes hot...
I really want someone to make something that works like this, it would be so much easier but in reality it is easy to by-pass, and so are normal locks. Once you look into Euro cylinders and how easy they are to break in its comical. Best course of action is to have multiple layers, different brands and styles to secure.
Inquisitor08/10/2019 09:51

I really want someone to make something that works like this, it would be …I really want someone to make something that works like this, it would be so much easier but in reality it is easy to by-pass, and so are normal locks. Once you look into Euro cylinders and how easy they are to break in its comical. Best course of action is to have multiple layers, different brands and styles to secure.


True enough i fitted my house with a mother in law no one wants to try and enter, including me......
mtcleaning83_.08/10/2019 09:54

True enough i fitted my house with a mother in law no one wants to try and …True enough i fitted my house with a mother in law no one wants to try and enter, including me......


Whatever you keep in there must be pretty valuable...
boss91199908/10/2019 07:09

It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned …It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned locks.


Crims "hacked" euro cylinders years ago. Id love to know how many people advocating "good old fashioned locks" for increased security have Kitemark 3* locks fitted...

If you don't, then one of these which might one day be hacked is the least of your worries!
boss91199908/10/2019 07:09

It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned …It is smart until a hack is found.You can never beat good old-fashioned locks.


Er yes you can. Its called a crow bar
will65mcmanus08/10/2019 09:40

It would be more secure using selotape to lock the door instead of this.


You can't even spell Sellotape.
Never understand the negative comments on these.
My really old mother was struggling with keys and her door, this solved her problem.
She just taps her fob and in she goes into her house with no stress.

If they are not fitted correctly I can see issues with alighnment, but im our experience it is an amazing product.
ukflyboy08/10/2019 10:02

Crims "hacked" euro cylinders years ago. Id love to know how many people …Crims "hacked" euro cylinders years ago. Id love to know how many people advocating "good old fashioned locks" for increased security have Kitemark 3* locks fitted...If you don't, then one of these which might one day be hacked is the least of your worries!


Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a traditional lock,rather than just having to flash an electronic device and in you go.
boss91199908/10/2019 11:02

Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a …Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a traditional lock,rather than just having to flash an electronic device and in you go.



You fail to mention the fact that the 'electronic device' you mention that thieves can use doesn't actually exist.
boss91199908/10/2019 11:02

Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a …Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a traditional lock,rather than just having to flash an electronic device and in you go.


A criminal can break in through a euro cylinder in as little as 13 seconds. Does this electronic device you speak of even exist??
Yale specifically employ third party security firms to conduct regular security assessments to guarantee that the product remains secure. Most Euro cylinder manufacturers keep pumping out the same product knowing that it can be broken into very easily!
I'm relatively security conscious and have put Avocet 3* euro cylinders all around our house. I still wouldn't have an issue fitting one of these on the off chance some crim spends a chunk of money developing some encryption breaking device to get in to a handful of Yale smart locks!
boss91199908/10/2019 11:02

Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a …Well it certainly makes the job harder for the criminals breaking a traditional lock,rather than just having to flash an electronic device and in you go.


I can see that was a well researched and informed comment right there!
ukflyboy08/10/2019 11:11

A criminal can break in through a euro cylinder in as little as 13 …A criminal can break in through a euro cylinder in as little as 13 seconds. Does this electronic device you speak of even exist??Yale specifically employ third party security firms to conduct regular security assessments to guarantee that the product remains secure. Most Euro cylinder manufacturers keep pumping out the same product knowing that it can be broken into very easily!I'm relatively security conscious and have put Avocet 3* euro cylinders all around our house. I still wouldn't have an issue fitting one of these on the off chance some crim spends a chunk of money developing some encryption breaking device to get in to a handful of Yale smart locks!


A criminal can break in through a window in 1 sec
fryitup08/10/2019 13:41

A criminal can break in through a window in 1 sec


Yeah, but there's a risk of getting cut and leaving DNA.

A lot of upvc doors are weak as anything anyway.

Blowtorch and molegrips is supposed to be as popular technique for getting past most eurolocks.

I was thinking about replacing the euro lock mechanism on my front door with an era vectis lever lock.

The thumb turn on the inside instead of a key puts me off these.
@ukflyboy nice deal, cheapest in ages, shame the fickle winds of HUKDs are blowing the wrong way.
mtcleaning83_.08/10/2019 09:54

True enough i fitted my house with a mother in law no one wants to try and …True enough i fitted my house with a mother in law no one wants to try and enter, including me......


I think you may be straying off topic there.......
I’d get this because it’s cool, and before you’d even got to my door, you’d have to get passed my ring, and then after the door my Yale Smart alarm, then my laser trip lines, then once your finally in, my 2 German Shepard and 2 Doberman companions.. how about that for a vision in my 2 bed semi
If anyone has bought one, Amazon Warehouse have some like-new white key tags twin packs for only £3.19 (£9.40 on the Yale site).

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