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Yale Assure Keyed Lock $239.99 Delivered @ Kogan | $299 + $50 Cash Back @ Other Retailers


Kogan's free shipping deal seems to finish at midnight tonight 23/10 but the lock is also available at JB Hifi, Bunnings and other retailers for only a little bit more after cash back (Ts & Cs and full list of retailers @

$299 @ JB Hifi with $50 cash back expires 31/10
JB also seem to stock the Z-wave or Zigbee modules @ $80 each which Kogan do not. Useful if wanting to tie the lock in with your home automation.

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    I grabbed one at JB a couple of days ago after considering the Kogan one. I thought returns would be easier if I had an issue.

    JB have the im1 module too for Apple HomeKit integration. It’s slightly unclear if this works but the JB chap said I could bring it back if I had an issue. The major reason I got it at JB.

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    Any idea if getting one of these would be worthwhile at all?


    I like everything about these locks except for lack of being able to auto-expire PINs. Real bummer that you can't do that.


    How do these compare to the Samsung range of smart locks?
    I've noted some people prefer no key to avoid people picking the lock, etc - how big a detraction is this?


    Dot these work with Google Assistant?
    What do the modules do specifically?


      i have a z-wave module so mine links up with the z-wave network in the house which is controlled by a on a raspberry pi, it is linked to google home so shows up on my phone that way.

      If you just wanted it on your phone there is a bluetooth app, however if you want internet connection i think you have to go either z-wave or zigbee and unless you had other items in the house its a bit of a pain in the arse for just one device.


    Probably not the most secure lock on the market.


    I have the non-keyed version of this. a few things.
    1. it does what it says on the box and works well.
    2. it needs some other smarts to be internet connected.
    3. no i am not worried about russian hackers accessing my house, like most houses i have glass windows and all smack addicts in my area are aware of bricks.
    4. no one in the house struggles to use it including my mum if she visits.
    5. not having house keys is flipping awesome! seriously with 2 kids it is great to have one less thing to worry about.
    6. it was a bit different to get onto my z-wave network as it requires a secure connection so i had to follow a few more steps to add it to my gateway.

    Still waiting for someone to release a deadlockable smart lock at this price point, its great to have a latch but i would like to deadbolt the side gate for example.