Compare Wyze Lock and Yale Assure Lock

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Wyze Lock
Yale Assure Lock

General Information


Brand

WYZE

release date

2020-03-10

lock type

Deadbolt

material

aluminum

style

Smart Lock

device full name

Wyze Lock WiFi & Bluetooth Enabled Smart Door Lock

colors

Silver

Brand

Yale

release date

2017-10-26

lock type

Touchscreen Deadbolt

material

Stainless Steel

style

‎Lock Only

device full name

Yale Assure Lock SL with Z-Wave

colors

Satin Nickel

Pricing


Average Price*

$107.98

where to buy

Amazon

* subject to change with the market trend

Average Price*

$177.90

where to buy

Amazon

* subject to change with the market trend

Size and Weight


item length

‎2.5 inches

item width

2 inches

item height

4.9 inches

item weight

‎1.85 pounds

item length

‎5.5 inches

item width

5.5 inches

item height

10 inches

item weight

‎3 pounds

Accessibility Features


integration

1. Amazon Alexa 2. Google Assistant

app features

Available

integration

1. Amazon Alexa 2. Google Assistant 2. Apple HomeKit

app features

Yale Secure app

Other Information


included components

1. AA Batteries 2. Wyze Lock 3. Wyze Lock Gateway

installation

Interior Escutcheon

connectivity

- ZigBee - Bluetooth - Wi-Fi

included components

1. ‎Yale Assure Lock SL Lock 2. Z-Wave Smart Module 3. Deadbolt Strike and Mounting Hardware 4. 4 AA Batteries 5. Installation Manual and Door Template

installation

Installation Manual

connectivity

- Z-Wave - Bluetooth - Wi-Fi

Special Features


description

- Guest Access - Tamper Alarm - Geofencing/Location Services - Push Notifications

description

- Keyhole-free - 25–250 user codes (depending on module) - 12-month battery life (on average) - Alternative lock types are available - Touchscreen surface - BHMA Grade 2 deadbolt

Reasons to Buy


  • Affordable
  • Minimalist design
  • Easy to install
  • Responsive
  • Uses most of your existing hardware
  • Auto-Lock and Auto-Unlock options
  • With all of its radio offerings it can connect with almost any of your smart home hubs and security systems on the market today.
  • Small and clean design with a decent number of finish options.

Reasons to Avoid


  • Doesn't integrate with other Wyze or third-party smart devices
  • IFTTT support and voice control not yet enabled
  • Need to have a plan on what kind of system you want to build and integrate with in your home as the connectivity options are only offered one at a time.
  • No backup physical key.
  • Reliant on August Connect Wifi bridge
  • Expensive