Yale Real Living NFC Deadbolt Satin Nickel_angle rightSmart locks in homes aren’t anything new and their presence, if anything, is actually increasing. In fact we’ve recently seen hotels start to adopt this technology for their rooms. That being said if you’d like to see more variety in terms of smart locks, you’re in luck as Yale has recently announced a smart lock of their own in the form of the Real Living NFC Deadbolt.

Yale is a name that many should be familiar with when it comes to locks, so hopefully this experience has carried over to their smart lock offering. Basically this functions like most other smart locks as it will be able to unlock itself with the user tapping their Android device against the lock.

It will work via NFC so users will need to ensure that their phone is NFC compatible. The Real Living NFC Deadbolt will also allow the user to assign keys to others as well, such as members of your family or other people who might be staying at home too so that they can unlock the door via their smartphones as well.

Yale will provide the user with 5 digital keys and any additional key after that will cost $2 each. There will also be a keypad installed on the lock which can be used to unlock the door should you not have your phone on you. Yale will be selling their Real Living NFC Bolt come February which it will be priced at $224.99.

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