Yale YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Touch Screen Deadbolt Review

Yale YRD220-ZW-619

Yale YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Deadbolt

For a very solid and appealing digital door lock made by one of the most popular names worldwide, have a look at the Yale YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Electronic Touch Screen Deadbolt with Z-Wave Technology, in satin nickel. For more details about this innovative deadbolt from Yale, please keep reading.

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You may already know that Yale is a very well-known lock manufacturer here in the U.S., but you may be surprised to learn that it’s extremely popular internationally as well. Indeed, this global reach has earned Yale the moniker of the “world’s” favorite lock.

Well, we can’t speak for the world, but we do like Yale, and we are particularly impressed with its Yale YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Electronic Touch Screen Deadbolt with Z-Wave Technology. Designed to compete with the likes of Schlage and other big names, the Yale YRD220 brings lots of features in a very attractive door lock.

First off, the YRD220-ZW-619 is handsome for a deadbolt. It has a modern edge that is softened by round lines and a conservative nickel finish, which makes this model elegant and attractive, but somewhat understated. In addition, this version uses a sleek and durable acrylic touch screen that illuminates for night time use. A key pad version is also available.

And beneath its exterior, Yale has cut no corners on quality. The YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living deadbolt can support up to 25 users (and up to 250 with wireless), has a motorized dead bolt that uses a tampered bolt design that accepts slight door misalignment, and it can speak to you in French or Spanish, if English is not your first or preferred language.

Further, this lock is fully compatible with Z-wave networking for wireless remote access and much more functionality.

Other nice qualities of the YRD220 are its ease of installation and programming;  its handy voice prompting;  a nice range of sound effects that are used when, for example, the lock opens/closes or an incorrect pin is entered; a crisp blue backlit touch screen; an auto-locking feature that triggers if you forget to lock up; and a bright flashing red light that’s visible when the door lock is engaged.

Overall, we think the Yale YRD220-ZW-619 Real Living Touch Screen Deadbolt is a great digital deadbolt that, in terms of quality, is on-par with the high-end Z-wave enabled Schlage lock’s we’ve reviewed. However, the Yale has an undeniable style to it, and comes with some extra bells and whistles, like voice prompting, sound effects and other nice touches that make it a unique alternative to the Schlage Z-Wave deadbolt line.

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