Sesame Smart Door Lock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Smart locks was certainly among the many buzz words on the tech scene this past year, but even with all the new ones surfacing, nobody was really doing anything different. That is until we saw Sesame Lock.

What do we love so much about Sesame you ask? It’s easy. Installation is as simple as downloading the app, and sliding the device right over your existing deadbolt. No tools required, and you’re ready to roll in a matter of seconds. Once installed, it lets you ditch the keys in favor of your smartphone, using your choice of proximity based reading (opens upon arrival), or programming a special knock to enter. You can easily give access to friends and family, and you’ll even receive notifications every time the door opens and closes. Sesame boasts a long battery life, approximately 500 days, and will send you a friendly reminder when it’s starting to get low. What more could you ask for? Watch the video below. [Purchase]

Sesame Smart Door Lock 1

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