On sale for 199.49, not the lowest price $186, but almost the 2nd lowest price.
Key+password+app, 3 in 1 smartlock, suitable for everyone in the home.
Yes, you need a hub for using Z-waves device.
Amazon product: Yale Security YRD226ZW2619 Assure Lock Touchscreen Keypad With Z-Wave, Satin Nickel
I really liked the fact that this lock (which replaced a preferably nameless ‘smart’ lock, which in turn replaced an aging Weiser ‘dumb’ electronic lock) was able to be installed into the existing mess of holes on my steel clad outside door with only the use of a screwdriver in about half an hour! It really can’t get any easier than that! | The lock mechanism itself is well constructed and so geared that it is light and effortless to close, both by knob and electronically. It feels as solid as a bank vault. Yale is the global consumer brand within the Swedish ASSA ABLOY Group. Both companies are well known in the industry and have excellent reputations. The particular model I chose (Connected by August) has the electronics module designed by August, which was an independent third-party smart lock. Now Yale and August are both owned by ASSA ABLOY. | Unfortunately the integration of the software hasn’t been as smooth as one would hope. I’m sure future app versions will address this, but currently it’s easy to get confused by the many different apps and which item is which within the apps. Fortunately Yale’s tech support is excellent and very helpful. In fact, I originally bought the Z-Wave model because I wanted to integrate it with Alexa, but the Yale tech support person recommended that for my particular set of circumstances I should return the item I bought and replace it with this model, and was he ever right! Amazon made it very easy and a few days later I was up and running. | The only thing I still have to do is clean up the damage left by the two previous locks, which, in a metal door, ain’t that easy! But, I’ll get there… | The most difficult part of the entire installation was the August Connect module which connects to the lock via Bluetooth and then rebroadcasts via WiFi and also in reverse takes in WiFi and uses BTLE to talk to the lock. Problem is finding an electrical outlet that meets their specified distance (10 ft). I had one that met the distance but was around the corner and generated a “Your signal is too weak” error and the other one was line of sight but about 15ft away and it simply couldn’t reach it. Yale tech support suggested I ignore the “too weak” warning and sure enough, it worked. I was already trying to figure out how I could get an extra outlet hooked up near the door but it didn’t prove necessary. | FWIW, my original Weiser worked well, but I wanted the ability to add more control so I bought a different brand which worked. but didn’t have the. Bluetooth range extender, and wasn’tf very well constructed because within 6 months some of the cast metal parts inside the lock had snapped! It is now in the recycle bin and I’m somewhat poorer but a lot better educated! | Buy the best and only cry once! | Pictures from L-R are outside view of installation, keypad lit up, batteries and immediately above the batteries is wher the module plugs in, the 10ft outlet location and the 15ft location.