Yale Assure Lever, Wi-Fi Smart Door Lever (for doors with no deadbolt) – Works with Yale Access App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, HomeKit, Phillips Hue and Samsung SmartThings, Satin Nickel

(6 customer reviews)
BrandYale Security
Lock TypeKeypad Lock, Biometric Lock
Item Dimensions LxWxH7 x 7 x 14 inches
ColorSatin Nickel
  • Replaces your existing lever or knob on doors with a single hole (no deadbolt) that are 1-3/8′ to 1-3/4′ thick with just a screwdriver
  • Lock, unlock, share access and see who comes and goes from anywhere using the Yale Access App – no additional hub needed, WiFi Connect included
  • Your door will unlock automatically as you get home and have your phone on you – If you don’t have your phone, just use the keypad
  • Lock, unlock and check lock status with voice assistants including Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri. Alexa can also notify you when your battery is running low. Set up smart reorders through Dash Replenishment to have replacement batteries when needed.Projection:2.625 inch
  • Never worry about if you forgot to lock the door – enable Auto-Relock to ensure the door always locks behind you
  • Forget copying or hiding keys. Share app access or create unique entry codes for the people you trust. Choose from permanent, scheduled or temporary access and revoke it whenever you need to
  • Comes with the Connect Wi-Fi Bridge so there’s no additional hubs needed and it works off your home Wi-Fi
  • Great for doors with no deadbolt like side entry doors, garage entry, basement, wine cellars, home offices, bedrooms and more
  • Added security for peace of mind with bank-grade encryption, a lost phone feature and optional biometric verification for locking/unlocking via the app
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Device detailed description

Upgrade your door with the Assure Lever, a smart lever lock with a sleek keypad for key-free entry. The lock is Connected by August allowing you to lock/unlock, share access and see who comes and goes all using your August app, from anywhere! For ultimate convenience, your Assure Lever will unlock automatically as you approach the door and it will relock once the door is closed! Plus, you can lock, unlock or check current status with voice assistants including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri. The lock features a backlit keypad so even when you don’t have your phone, you can unlock your door without the hassle of keys. It’s super easy to use and installs in minutes with just a screwdriver on doors with a single hole (no deadbolt). Remove: BHMA Grade 2 Certified.

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Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Material Smart home device material


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Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎Lifetime limited warranty on Finish and Mechanical. One year on Electronics

Product Dimensions

‎7 x 7 x 14 inches

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Included Components

‎Yale Assure Lever Touhcscreen, Connected by August Module, August Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, August DoorSense, Latch, Strike Plate, Mounting Hardware, Installation Manual, 2 keys

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Product guides and documentsUser Manual (PDF)Installation Manual (PDF)

Frequently asked question

Does this connect to Samsung smartthings?

Yes, mine has the homekit module but I believe the wifi ac plug. Another way is to have Alexa with it and I believe Smart things will bridge from there

Is there a way to stop it from locking the one you just step out of the house for 10 seconds?

Yes, you can disable Auto-Lock in the app or through the lock menu.

Can you use your own door lever on the outside so it matches the other hardware in the house?

I'm not sure. The outside lever is connected to the inside lever. To manually lock the door, you turn the inside lock on the handle to the vertical position. The August app recognizes it as locked. So I'm not sure that another door lever would work.

Does the touchscreen model come with the Door Sense?


6 reviews for Yale Assure Lever, Wi-Fi Smart Door Lever (for doors with no deadbolt) – Works with Yale Access App, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, HomeKit, Phillips Hue and Samsung SmartThings, Satin Nickel


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  • Anonymous

    Great for AirBnB

    We have been using it for our AirBnB for the past 10 months. Great to easily assign remote codes for each guest. I do really dislike that you can’t set it to lock x seconds after it is unlocked so that it auto locks. Also wish that the keypad would stay active for a few more seconds before timing out. Older users (like myself) sometimes need an extra few seconds to enter the entire code and then hit the Yale button after entering combo

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  • Anonymous

    Useful Installation Tips...

    Do NOT try to add the bridge brick with the app first:
    1. Install and power up the handset hardware first, and then
    2. Use the app to add device, adding the (August/Yale) network module first, then
    3. The app will guide you to add the magnetic door sensor, and
    4. It will ask you to add the bridge too, and
    5. Finally it guides you to add the device to HomeKit. Very sweet.
    And then, go to settings in the app to enable auto-unlock:
    1. For security reasons, you’ll need to manually go to phone settings to allow location access ‘Always’
    2. Your phone will constantly check to see if you’re within 600′ of your house (a/k/a neighborhood)
    3. Once you venture outside of your neighborhood, your phone knows you are ‘away’
    4. Once you return to bluetooth range of your lock from being ‘away’ then your phone will unlock the handset automatically, and wait for you to be ‘away’ again next time

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  • Anonymous

    battery issues

    we have had a lot of battery issues with our locks when using the full august connection solution. we have two. one the batteries last for about a month and our airbnb tenants get locked out at times, as the app seems to have no battery level in it. yale says they send emails when battery level gets to 25% but we have never received such email in the 3 years we have owned one device. the second one the battery lasts about 6 months and it is not connected to wifi.

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  • Anonymous

    Only Wifi lock available for knobs

    Before I bought this lock ive used the Schlage wifi dead bolts. Pricey ($250) but extremely well built, easy to use, easy to install and easy to add / delete users. But Schlage doesn’t make a wifi knob lock.
    This Yale lock is extremely cumbersome to install and to add users. You can add them “locally” (a bit of a pain) or remotely via app. But the userids have different maximum lengths depending on which one you use. Which could add to the confusion.
    The installation will likely fail at least once. Allot a lot of time. And you will need to have an electrical plug nearby to use the open/close feature.
    A nice feature is that you can tell if the door is physically open (ajar) or closed. Most other locks including the Schlage bolts just tell you if it’s locked or unlocked. It does require you to install a separate device (an alarm type magnetic switch).
    Once installed (less than a month ago) it’s still working fine. But Yale needs to simplify their system. Too many moving parts.
    And unlike the Schlage is less intuitive for tenants or family to use. No visible digits until you press the Yale icon.

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  • Anonymous

    Not for thick doors despite description.

    I was so excited about having a smart lock with all the bells and whistles possible. After the first lock, I returned it thinking I bought the wrong version (my patio door is considered being a ‘thick’ door at 2 inches). I refunded after speaking to a Yale representative who believes I ordered the wrong door. Second lock arrived that the description said was for doors up to 2 1/4” thick. Same thing, wouldn’t install on my door. Again called Yale customer service and he said it wasn’t the right model and to order a 3rd lock and buy longer screws so it would work. So 3rd lock arrived and I used the longer screws which I had to purchase separately because Yale wouldn’t honor the wrong lock that was ordered. The longer screws worked to attach outer lever to backplate on the inside of door. Then I tried to put the inner lever and found that the main knob was too short so it wouldn’t be able to open door at all. 3rd call to Yale customer service and representative told me their locks do not work on doors thicker than 1 3/4 thick and the Amazon description was wrong. So sent back 3rd lock to Amazon and ordered a different lock that had all the same features as the Yale and many more. Not to mention they handle 2” thick doors and for the same price. Get a Lockly, definitely better in every way and many more security options. I guess sometimes things do happen for a reason.

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  • Anonymous

    This does work with Apple Home, but you still need the Yale (August) App for all the features

    After my first appemt to install and connect this to my network and phone I ended up taking it back off the door and throwing it in the box to be returned. After some thinking I decided to try getting it to fuction on bench top before going through the install again. The biggest issue seemed to be batteries, I would recommend that you install only known fresh batteries, save the one in the box for a flashlight or something. The instructions are ‘OK’, but there surely should be a better, easier way to deal with the wiring that connect the keypad outside to the mechanism inside. For this I give them a ‘O’. Once the August network module was recognized and the Wi-fi connected this thing does what they say, so far. Haven’t really tested the auto-lock, auto-unlock feature. As for Alexa, I don’t use it but it did intergrate into Apple Home with little hassel so I gave that a 5 star rating. Nice lock, just wish the install had been a lot smoother.

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