Well, since we had a chance to review the Yale Smart Cabinet Lock, so we might as well review something that we have been wanting to review for a while, the Yale Smart Delivery Box. Yeah, this guy came to us in one of the biggest boxes that we have ever received on TheGeekChurch.com, and it is going to come in handy for when we get deliveries in the future.
I’m not certain if this might be a problem in your neighborhood, but I am told there are “porch pirates” who live for the thrill of taking the packages from Amazon, the Post Office, FedEx, UPS, DHL, or whoever drops packages on your doorstep. It just makes sense to have a lockbox for these gifts, and who can make better locks than friends from Yale?
So, what is suppose to happen is you leave this guy on your doorstep. The box will be unlocked, but once the delivery person puts in the parcels, it will be locked, and you can count on your parcels being safe and secure when you get home.
Now, I just connected this guy, and I will say that there is some assembly required. It didn’t take me long, but I did have an issue hooking up the lock, but it did work. Soon, I was able to just touch my screen to unlock and lock the Smart Delivery Box.
I did have issues of it connecting at times, but it did work with just a minor amount of time waiting. There was a Wi-Fi Bridge, which is very similar to the August Smart Lock Pro that I reviewed a while ago (by the way, that product is also made by Yale).
If this sounds something that you want, head on over to the Yale website and lay down $279.99 for it.