Yale Home Launches New ‘Yale Assure Lock 2’ Smart Lock Line
Yale Home has just launched its flagship smart lock line, the Yale Assure Lock 2, a collection of smart locks built upon the original Yale Assure Lock with the latest technology, including a first-ever Matter offering.
Featuring an elevated design, the Yale Assure Lock 2 models support Bluetooth and Apple HomeKit technology out of the box, so setup via the Yale Access app is easier than ever.
With the addition of a Yale Wi-Fi, Z-Wave, or Matter Smart Module (coming soon), the lock can integrate with a variety of third-party security, and automation systems, including:
- Amazon Alexa
- Apple HomeKit
- Google Home
- Philips Hue
- Ring Alarm
- Samsung SmartThings
Assure Lock 2 locks are self-installable, and all locks come with a small bore hole adapter that can be used on doors with a deadbolt bore hole of 1-½”, which is commonly found in Canada.
All locks are available in a keyed or key-free, touchscreen or push button model, in black suede, satin nickel or oil-rubbed bronze.
“Whether you regularly host guests, hire a pet sitter, have a neighbor check on your house while you’re on vacation, or just want extra peace of mind when you’re not home, Yale Assure Lock 2 has your front door covered,” said Jason Williams, President of U.S. Smart Residential at ASSA ABLOY, in an issued statement. “Our new collection taps into Yale’s 182 year legacy of trusted security and pairs it with a fresh and timeless design, broad integration with your favorite smart home devices, and the latest tech advancements like Matter – delivering on our commitment to protect the things you love.”
Yale Assure Lock 2 is available today at ShopYaleHome.com, Best Buy, Lowe’s, and The Home Depot with a price range of $209 to $344 CAD, as confirmed by a spokesperson with iPhone in Canada.
Update Sept. 26: When asked by iPhone in Canada if Yale’s newest lock would support Home Key in Apple Wallet, a spokesperson replied, “Assure Lock 2 is the foundation of our newest flagship smart lock collection and has been built to support the addition of more advanced technologies. We’re working on these advancements and will have more to share next year.”