Simply put, you want to ensure your locked doors are really locked so you feel secure both in your home and when you leave for the day. That's where the BOSMA Aegis Smart Door Lock comes in. It's an innovative tool that strengthens the best security device you already have — a lock on the door. Plus, it's on sale for a very limited time
With this smart door lock, there's no need to worry about changing your locks, which is excellent news if you're a renter. Essentially, this innovative gadget makes the deadbolt you already have smarter and stronger by replacing the indoor part of your existing deadlock. This way, you can keep your key as a traditional lock but truly smart-ify your home, allowing you to get much more ease and safety out of your deadbolt.
This stellar system enables guest access, which means you can create temporary passcodes for your guests, tenants, or service providers. In other words, that means you don't have to hide the key under the mat or loan it out to the various people who go into your home, compromising its safety.
You can manage your passcodes anywhere, anytime — the system even works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. All this and more is why it has been rated the #1 Smart Door Lock.
The $209.99 Ardwolf A60 can store up to 200 unique IDs into the lock, allowing them to gain access to a space with their fingerprint. The sensor has a 360-degree sensor meaning that it can read the print more accurately and in only 0.5 seconds. Designed for outdoor use, it can also be installed inside for an office space as well.
There are backups too, aside from the fingerprint mode, which include using a code or even physical keys. And this lock will sound an alarm, by blinking red, if the battery voltage has started to dip low.
The Level Touch opens a door with a touch of the finger, but unlike the Kwikset Halo Touch, it doesn't use biometrics. Instead this $329 lock — which looks like a standard door lock — also connects to an app via Bluetooth to authenticate the person coming in the door. You can also use a keycard and physical keys to gain access as well, and it works with Apple HomeKit too.