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
Special FeatureWi-fi
Lock TypeKeypad Lock
Item Dimensions LxWxH1.38 x 2.75 x 6.06 inches
  • 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
  • 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, Hey Google and Siri. Alexa can also provide notifications when your battery is running low so you can proactively replace them.
  • Set up smart reorders through Dash Replenishment to make sure you always have replacement batteries when you need them. – No additional hub needed
  • Add your Yale Assure smart lock to your smart home system – works with Philips Hue, Samsung SmartThings, Hey Google, Amazon Alexa and HomeKit.
SKU: B07XF23BJ4 Category:
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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 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).

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Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface


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Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material

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Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎Lifetime Limited Warranty – Finish and Mechanical, One Year Electronic Warranty

Product Dimensions

‎1.38 x 2.75 x 6.06 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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Frequently asked question

Can you set schedule to lock or unlock? i.e. unlock from 8am to 5 pm, then lock after 5pm to 8am? thanks

Yes, you can program a start and end time. We will set up guests arrival date and time and checkout date and time. … see more Yes, you can program a start and end time. We will set up guests arrival date and time and checkout date and time. Once the time has expired, their code no longer works. A great lock!

Does the august version (yrl216-cba-619) keep a history of which code unlocked the door with date & time?

I believe so but haven’t tried to look it up.

Is it water proof

I have it on my garage entry door. The electronics are on the inside of the door and protected from the elements. Yale documentation suggests that the lock can be used on outside entry doors but does specifically say it is waterproof. I haven't had any issues so far.

Can it be programmed for automatic lock?

Yes. Mine auto locks after 30 seconds. Also, when you open the door from the inside to leave, it stays locked. You don’t have to make sure you lock it again as you leave. I’m very happy with this lock so far...

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

    Another device for Alexa to control

    This lock is great. It wasn’t hard to install. Setting up the wifi wasn’t hard. I connected the lock to my Alexa so now I can lock/unlock with voice commands. I also set up codes for the keypad which works well. I read some of the negative reviews about having issues with WiFi etc. But I haven’t experienced any of those issues. I would recommend this lock to anyone looking for a smart lock.

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  • Anonymous

    Lock is very secure but NEEDS a software update.

    I installed this lock on my house/garage door on Tuesday. I thought I had entered a master code on the keypad. I accidentally locked myself out of my house yesterday. Had to call a locksmith. It took the locksmith around an hour to unlock this lock. I think I bumped the lock (gear) button on my way out of the house and that is why I locked myself out. I would like the lock better if the “gear” button and the checkmark button were reversed. Locksmith said this is one of the most secure locks he has seen. He programmed in three codes for me. I have not set up the WiFi yet and will add more when I do. This lock was easy to install as I did it in under an hour. Looks nice on my door. Set up the WiFi today. It was a breeze. Locks and unlocks with my and my husbands iPhones. Apple Watch works with the app so can unlock the door with my watch. I did not put on the piece that recognizes if the door is open.
    This is an update to this lock. I am getting disgusted with this lock. The three codes programmed by the locksmith just make the lock beep and then flash so they no longer work. When it works it works great but it needs a software update badly. I have spectrum wifi and this bridge has a terrible time connecting to my spectrum wifi. It took me more than five minutes to get into my house today. The bridge is about eight feet from the lock and it does not connect even being this close. I usually use my app on the Apple Watch to unlock but today it just sat and blinked at me. I had to pull out my phone, go to the app, waited for the app to show me that it had discovered the lock and then finally unlock. Considering I paid almost $200 for this lock it should be quicker than that. I do have a key in the cabinet now and did have to use it one other time to get into my house. My husband has junk piled in front of the cabinet so it is a pain to use the key. Yale please get your IT people on this.

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  • Anonymous

    Works well and pretty easy to install

    The main thing to note with this is that it will not work on doors which have two holes for a latch and deadbolt. As far as function goes, it has worked beautifully. I wish there were more choices for the lever design. Technically, there are but they are not easy to get. However, if you find a dealer you can special order handles/levers that you like – additional cost of course. For example, I need the Valdosta lever design to match my other levers in the house. It has been very reliable so far and I like the fact that I can use an external battery in case the internal one fails. I don’t trust the other smart locks/levers that don’t have this or a key function. Failures of mechanical devices is a normal part of life and to not have a backup option is crazy IMO. This lever checks all those boxes. Now if it only worked on doors with 2 holes I would buy another one.

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  • Anonymous

    Sometimes aggravating

    When it functions properly it’s great. However many times it won’t hands-free unlock at all. It will go for a couple weeks just fine then it just quits. You can always punch in your code but nobody spends this much money for a lockset that can only do that. I don’t know if they are continually changing the program / updates at Yale or whomever but when it quits working nothing will make it work again – not changing the settings, not pulling the batteries out and re-installing, not removing and re-installing the program, nothing. And then after a week, a day, who knows… it just begins working again.

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  • Anonymous

    Lock and Bluetooth are great. WiFi sucks.

    Just get the Bluetooth. Don’t waste your time or money on the WiFi. The company has absolutely failed at the WiFi implementation by using old inferior radio chipsets that don’t support AC WiFi fully. It only works on cheap retail store WiFi N boxes such as a linksys etc. if you have a real network with AC and mesh this is useless.

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  • Anonymous


    This product as written in the description is NOT compatible with Smartthings by Samsung!

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