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December 18, 2014

Yale Digital Door Viewer

YRL 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 DigitalDoor 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. 

I recently had the chance to review the Digital Door Viewer by Yale.  I liked several key features such as the ability to record images, the built-in LED for assisted night viewing and the sleek, clean design. This would be a helpful piece of technology for those who want an added sense of security and visually impaired individuals who may have trouble looking into a tiny peephole. It is great for our 2 year old to know who is at the door (ie grandma, mailman or stranger). He usually gets scared when someone is at the door and runs to mom [see photo], but if he could see who was on the other side, he may not be. On the contrary, there were two drawbacks such as the fact you need an existing peephole for easy installation and the door viewer remains tethered to the door.  If I am upstairs or in the basement, it would be much easier to have remote access to the door viewer instead of having to run to the door to see who is there.  Overall, I would give this three out of five stars.  

Find out more, and purchase, here: http://www.yale2you.com/Products/Digital-Door-Viewers/693AYRDRecorder.aspx

1 comment:

  1. I followed Yale last year when I entered a giveaway so familiar with all their products. This is a great new one. I don't open the door unless I know who it is, since I live in a big city. Can't be too careful.

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