June 20, 2014

Giveaway: Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt Smart Lock for Home #SmartLocks CLOSED



One of the great things about summer is enjoying time outside of the home. Kids head off to camp, parents head to the beach and other family members plan unscheduled visits. But with so many people going in and out of the home, some families worry about security and coordinating schedules.

Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt Smart Lock

Smart locks, like those from Yale Real Living, can make it more convenient for active families while enhancing safety and home security.

Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt Smart Lock

The Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt has replaced the key with a touchscreen or pushbutton keypad. Now each family member can have his or her own entry code, and should someone need temporary access (relative, neighbor, service person), give him or her their own code and delete it when it’s no longer needed.

No more worries about hiding keys under the mat or needing to come back home at a certain time!

Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt Smart Lock

Integrate a Yale Real Living smart lock into a home security or automation system, such as AT&T’s Digital Life, Staples Connect, or any of the many other systems, and families have a level of control that’s just not possible with conventional locks.

Features include:
  • Parents can receive an alert when kids arrive home from school.
  • Families can remotely lock and unlock doors from a smartphone.
  • Yale’s newest Key Free Deadbolts also offer enhanced security – by eliminating the cylinder there’s nothing for would-be burglars to pick.
  • And they enhance a home’s appearance, too, with a clean, sleek design.
So this summer worry less about home security and more about enjoying outside with your family.

To learn more about Yale Real Living, visit - www.yale2you.com
On Facebook - www.facebook.com/YaleRealLiving


ENTER TO WIN THIS GIVEAWAY!
  • (1) Yale Real Living Key Free Deadbolt Smart Lock ($200 value)
WAYS TO ENTER:

Entries must be made on or before 11:59 p.m. July 4, 2014.

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Terms and Conditions

Winner will be selected by random.org. Giveaway entry must be completed before extra entries will count. Winner will be contacted by email and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be selected. Open to residents of the U.S. with a valid street address.

22 comments:

Yolanda Robinson said...

I love all the features especially, Families can remotely lock and unlock doors from a smartphone.

ellie said...

I like that Parents can receive an alert when kids arrive home from school.

Veronica Valdez said...

I like that it can be accessed remotely.

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I really like that Parents can receive an alert when kids arrive home from school

Erin Ellis said...

I love that families can remotely lock and unlock doors from a smartphone. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
Erin
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1froglegs said...

I like that it will alert you when kids arrive home. Plus you can lock it remotely for those days when you can't remember if you locked the door or not.

latanya t said...

I like that no keys are needed

Bobbie Smith said...

I like that you can remotely lock and unlock from a smartphone.

Jessamine Dungo said...

I like the temporary access for guests. :)

Cheryl Free said...

I'm impressed by "remotely lock and unlock doors from a smartphone".

Anonymous said...

I love that you can know what is happening without actually being there. Patricia

Nancy Loring said...

My daughter would love the fact that you don't need a key to unlock the door. If my don comes home befors my daughter at night he always locks the frint doir and of course my daughter never has her key so she either tries to wake me up by tapping on my window (it doesn't usually wake me up). Most of the time she has to crawl through her bedroom window. You would think she would make sure she had her key with her but no.

Dawn Monroe said...

I like that I can lock it remotely. I also like that it's key less because my teenagers are always losing their key.

BlessieNelson said...

The remote locking and alerts to know when it is opening and closing are very impressive features.

David Smith said...

I find it interesting that it can send notices when kids come home and unlock the door. I also like that it integrates with home security systems.

Michelle Nahom said...

We have a keyless lock right now, but its been on the door for 20+ years and is tempermental (meaning doesn't always work...it's insides are worn I think). It's not like this one at all. We are ready for a new one and this looks fabulous! Crossing my fingers!

Michelle S. said...

I like that you can use your smartphone to remotely lock and unlock the door.

Heather Jones said...

I like that I can remotely lock and unlock the doors. Kids are prone to loosing things and I wouldn't want them to loose the house keys.

amanda whitley said...

i am impressed that Families can remotely lock and unlock doors from a smartphone

DH Jax said...

The feature that removes the cylinder so thieves have nothing to pick is what most impressed me but I also really really like that it will send a message to notify me when kids come home from school. I think that's probably my favorite feather besides the fact that it's so much easier to use with no key....no key for kids to keep up with, no leaving keys out for others, yes I would absolutely love to have this lock for my home. Thank you so much for thr Chsnce to win it

Kimberly said...

I like that it offers temporary access to guests. What a great idea.

tiffany courtright (courtright1985@yahoo.com) said...

The ability to lock/un-lock the house remotely is awesome also I think it would be great to know when my kids arrive back at home.

 
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