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I called Yale because I didn't want to have to return over $500 of levers to Amazon. Because even on there own website it shows the screws as concealed but after talking to Yale they haven't made these since 2015. So I guess selling to home owners is last on there list since it seems they haven't updated even there own website since 2015 for these locks. I write this review to save you and Amazon the time of having to return these if you are purchasing them mainly for the clean concealed screws.
It’s “ANSI Grade 3” which is a basic residential security lock that meets the lowest acceptable quality standards for locks so my expectations were low since it was going on my cabin door and the cabin is non-livable… except for my chickens in one portion of it. I’d say it’s a decent lockset and since I can’t argue with the rating I’ll say it’s better than some for this price and an equivalent rating. Since it was for something other than my home I went with a used one that was described as “Used - Very Good - Minor cosmetic imperfection on top, front or sides of item. Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged” and that wasn’t totally correct. There was no packaging other than a plastic bag, it was cosmetically in good shape but it was missing the strike latch and instructions (including drill template). I purchased the entry lever as a replacement and it does not have the “Concealed mounting screws” and “Push button locking”. The screws are visible and the a latch must be turned for locking from the inside. Another small point is the key tumbler is shown as brass but mine is bronze and matches the rest of the finish. It does not have an Adjustable Dead Latch so if you want a circular drive-in mortise type this won’t do it and the latch requires it be recessed… so get out the chisel. I didn’t care what I got as long as it had the levers, dead latch and keys but not showing a pic of what’s in the box and the interior side of the lever is pretty lame and I’d normally pass it up for that reason alone if I was being picky for a door to my home. I’ve been installing locks, levers, deadbolts, latches and whatever for way longer than I care to remember since we once were in the buy, remodel and sell every 2-years home business and spending a lot on this type of security always struck me as odd considering how many windows I had in my homes. I’d like them to offer some resistance but not so much that a determined person wants to go for a window that would likely cost me way more and lots of time to replace it. I went with 4-stars because it had some erroneous information in the listing but, otherwise, I have no complaints with the product itself.
The "latch" mechanism has a big design flaw. The "flat" part that the spindle and connecting rod go through is wider than the cylindrical part. It will not fit my doors without some very time consuming removal of wood. This was not a problem with the Schlage locks I installed several years ago in the same doors. What should have been a 5 minute job became a time consuming job because of the poor design. The instructions appear to have been translated from another language. Since Yale can't get something this simple correct, I will not be buying their products in the future.
I bought this lever (privacy and passage) to replace 10 years old Yale lever. These looked almost identical to old ones, but they were not. They are cheap, easy to install, and works fine, but I have few issues. First, the description says bolts are concealed for clean look, but this is not true. Two screw heads are visible from one side of door. My older ones were not. The finish is not as smooth as old one. The old one feels much better when you touch it. The privacy lock is a small knob to turn (not visible in the amazon photo). The old one was a push button and that was easier to lock. The levers come pre-assembled, but they must be removed and swapped depending on the door's direction. However, there is no explanation in the installation document. Besides those, the lever works just fine.
Beautiful. Just the style I wanted. Unfortunately, 1) if trying to add to existing Yale items in your home, it appears Yale has different key styles. These do not match my other Yale so I can't even rekey them; 2) Even if I didn't mind a different key style, on a single order, the vendor set 4 items, 2 sets, all keyed differently.
I upgraded my three doors to the Yale Assure Lock SL - Key Free Smart Lock with Touchscreen Keypad and did not want to keep using a key for the door handle. I purchased these to replace my current door handle. They fit perfectly and cleanly. Replacement was fast with no issues at all. The handles are reversible with the supplied tool for removing the handle.
I purchased 2 of these to go with my Yale WiFi locks. I did not want to accidentally lock my keyed knobs, so I replaced them with this lock. It was an easy install and they worked and looked great. I could not believe the quality for the price. Fast shipping with Amazon Prime.