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Yale SD-L1000- CH Conexis L1 Smart Lock for PVCu and Composite Doors, British Standard Approved, IOS and Android Compatible £175.99 @ Amazon
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Yale SD-L1000- CH Conexis L1 Smart Lock for PVCu and Composite Doors, British Standard Approved, IOS and Android Compatible £175.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 5th Jul

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The Yale Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock gives you the freedom to secure your home without the need for a key. For further information on fitting and using the Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock, please visit the Yale UK Youtube channel. Note: The Conexis L1 cannot automatically lock as the mechanical multipoint lock in the door always requires the lever handle to be lifted in order to lock. The only time it will automatically lock is when the unit is unlocked and the lever handle is not depressed (if the lock was unlocked by mistake etc.) it will then re-secure itself after 30 secs. added to DP
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Don't get the point.....if they worked on finger print or eye scan yes but as with this lock you have to carry something with you.... phone or tag or card what's the difference in carrying a key ...
True.
I have the yale smartkock with a keypad which has been great. It comes with a key fob so you can open it remotely but also mean I didn't have to take a key or fob with me on holidays or if you go for a jog.. basically no more locking yourself out. Has been great for us
I've had one of these since April and I have to say, it's a first world luxury but so nice not having to worry about keys. I have a Yale tag inside my phone case so don't even need a fob. I also purchased the Z-Wave 2 module separately and have it connected to SmartThings hub.

The beauty of this is I have an automation in place that unlocks the front door automatically when I come home from work (using presence sensing). Really handy too when you've been shopping and have hands full of bags.

Again, a first world luxury but really handy and you'll never go back to keys when you get one.

PS. I also have a lockbox round the back with a backdoor key, just on the off-chance the Yale lock fails or the batteries die.
Edited by: "barlow00" 5th Jul
mattinhull05/07/2019 06:13

Don't get the point.....if they worked on finger print or eye scan yes but …Don't get the point.....if they worked on finger print or eye scan yes but as with this lock you have to carry something with you.... phone or tag or card what's the difference in carrying a key ...


The point is that they make a higher profit on them. You're welcome.
Don't get the cold votes, considering the comments left here by those who own one. Clearly, not many read before voting. Voted hot!
I've had one of these since Prime day last year, its never skipped a beat but don't rely solely on the app, their servers do go down and the app doesn't allow you to logon thus not being able to open the door, only last week they had a 12 hour outage, make sure you always have a tag with you.

I wouldn't be without mine as I can tell when my son gets home safety from school (new year 7 starter last year) and I also don't need to cary keys when I out running.
Edited by: "paulj48" 5th Jul
Will home insurance cover you if you get burgled with one of these fitted?
dush_yant05/07/2019 12:44

Will home insurance cover you if you get burgled with one of these fitted?


You need to check with your insurer to be 100%, but they are. It's a more secure lock than most locks fitted to multipoint locking doors as you cannot do the lock snapping method to bypass the lock. The public side of the lock is just blanked off.
dush_yant05/07/2019 12:44

Will home insurance cover you if you get burgled with one of these fitted?


Mine does but I had to ring for them to change the wording as it said ‘final exit secured by a key’ It was the AA and they double checked with their underwriter first.
barlow0005/07/2019 07:19

I've had one of these since April and I have to say, it's a first world …I've had one of these since April and I have to say, it's a first world luxury but so nice not having to worry about keys. I have a Yale tag inside my phone case so don't even need a fob. I also purchased the Z-Wave 2 module separately and have it connected to SmartThings hub. The beauty of this is I have an automation in place that unlocks the front door automatically when I come home from work (using presence sensing). Really handy too when you've been shopping and have hands full of bags.Again, a first world luxury but really handy and you'll never go back to keys when you get one.PS. I also have a lockbox round the back with a backdoor key, just on the off-chance the Yale lock fails or the batteries die.



I have a similar setup except the auto unlock. Can you let me know how you set that up please.
Don't bother. Old model, Yale hasn't come out with a newer version in years.
The android app hasn't been updated since summer 2018..... and currently has a 1.6 star average rating.

That tells you everything you need to know about the support, reliability, security, and future updates from Yale for this very expensive lock.

Just wish someone else would come to market with a multi-point smart lock to challenge Yale!
Smart things hub with the OLDER Smart things app (you can't do it on the new app). Google for the instructions. It's not that hard to set up
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