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Yale is one of the oldest international brands in the world and it is probably the best-known name in the locking industry. They are the world’s favorite lock group since 1843.
Yale Real Living just released a new Digital Door Viewer product that not only enhances home security, it lets you skip the whole “who’s there?” routine when answering the front door using an old fashioned peephole.
Essentially caller ID for the front door, Yale Digital Door Viewers replace a door’s standard peephole with a 3.2-inch screen to provide a clear view of who’s outside. Premium models allow you to record and store video or still images via an internal MicroSD card.
It’s a simple way to boost home security, and especially valuable for children or those in a wheelchair who typically can’t see out a door’s peephole.
The Digital Door Viewers by Yale brings an innovation door viewer security to your home.
- View live image of who is at the door
- Simple installation
- Built in LED for assisted night viewing
- Images can be stored in internal memory so you can see who called, even when you were out
- Comes in Black or Silver
You can purchase the Yale Digital Door Viewer for $110 from the Yale website.
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