Enjoy your summer holidays with peace of mind.
Summer is a time our thoughts gravitate towards beaches, adventures, holidays, and spending time outside, it is also a time to be thinking about keeping our homes safe.
To offer the perfect solution, Yale with its 180 years of security expertise has created the Sync Smart Home Alarm to bring a new level of security to your household whether you’re home or away and without having to pay additional subscriptions fees! Recognized for its intelligent design and security at the Prestigious DIY Week Awards in the United Kingdom, The Sync Smart Home Alarm is easy to install and can be customised to suit your needs and the size of your household, while fits perfectly into any modern interior.
In addition, to make life even easier and your home even more secure, The Sync Smart Home alarm is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Home, the Apple Watch*, Philips Hue and more. If you would like to travel this summer, the Sync Smart Home Alarm integration with Philips Hue smart lights combines lights and sound to create the ultimate double deterrent to discourage intruders. And when you are at home you can say goodbye to worrying about what's going on downstairs when you’re upstairs. Thanks to the part arm function, consumers can activate the alarm downstairs from the Yale Home app or their voice assistant of choice while they are upstairs and be reassured of what is happening in the different rooms of their homes.
The Sync Smart Home Alarm has been designed for easy installation with pre-linked accessories included in the box. To expand your home alarm systems, you can purchase easy to link accessories to best fit your property with no need to use screws. This makes it perfect for any kind of home, as well as owners and renters alike. With the ability to add up to 40 accessories to a single system, Sync is an ideal product that will provide a customized security experience to its users. As a homeowner you can also benefit from the Sync’s 200m enhanced range, allowing you to secure outbuildings, such as garages. The geolocation feature prompts different alarm functions based on users’ GPS location. For example, reminding you to set your alarm when you leave the house.