Alongside the Yale Linus Smart Lock, which was revealed with the new August Wi-Fi Smart Lock, Yale also used CES back in January to reveal a few more smart security solutions; most notably the Yale Smart Delivery Box, which wants to make porch theft a thing of the past.
Now on sale, the idea behind the Smart Delivery Box is simple really - the box is, by default, unlocked. Once a delivery driver opens the box to place something in, it automatically locks, keeping your goodies safe inside.
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You can unlock the box using Bluetooth on your phone when you get home, via the app, or - using the included Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge - you can remotely access it and unlock/lock for additional deliveries from anywhere you've got a data connection on your phone.
There's also an option to get the Delivery Box with the Bridge and a keypad too - so you can give a pin code to a delivery driver to unlock.
The box can be tethered or weighted with sand in the base and is available in two designs, Kent and Brighton, both of which can be fitted with an insulated cooler.
Also now available is the Yale Smart Cabinet Lock, to be used inside drawers or cupboards that you want to smartly lock.
It comes in with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as an optional extra should you need to open it remotely.
Pricing is as follows...
Smart Delivery Box
$279.99 with Wi-Fi
329.99 with Wi-Fi and Smart Keypad
$229.99 with Wi-Fi
$279.99 with Wi-Fi and Smart Keypad
Smart Cabinet Lock
79.99 Bluetooth only
$129.99 with Wi-Fi
Everything is available now on on ShopYaleHome.com, Amazon and other retailers.