The smart home security company Yale Home has introduced a pair of new smart-home security products: The Yale Smart Safe and the Yale Smart Safe with Wi-Fi.
The popular provider of security products states that its latest products are designed to protect important family belongings that includes documents, jewelry, collectibles and other items. Yale Home emphasizes that homeowners can control the new Smart Safe products with its Yale Access app, as well as the products’ built-in keypads, and their included keys.
Out of the box the products provide Bluetooth connectivity for control and the ability to monitor the safes when they are within connectivity range. Yale Home also points out the safes come with Apple HomeKit technologies built in, and the products complement Apple Home customers that already own Apple products such as HomePod, HomePod Mini and Apple TV.
Yale Home notes the Smart Safes ship with its Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge to allow users to unlock the safes remotely when using the Yale Access app.
Other smart home functions the safes offer include voice assistant options such as Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri. Through the voice assistants homeowners can verbally ask about the state of their safes.
In addition, the Smart Safes are constructed with steel and they incorporate features like anti-pry laser-cut doors, anti-saw bolts, two-factor security code authentication, alarms that sound when tampering or multiple incorrect codes are entered, and biometric verification options.