Thursday, August 21, 2014

noke Bluetooth padlock

Tired of fumbling around for keys whenever you want to open your padlock? With noke (read: "no key") you'll no longer have to, as you'll be able to open it with a single click, provided you have your smartphone with you.

If you're an avid fan of electronic locks you won't be able to resist the world's first Bluetooth padlock that popped up on Kickstarter. The noke looks like a regular padlock, but it has lots of smarts inside. Once you pair it with your smartphone, you can open it up by simply pressing on the padlock - and you get to define other people with access to open it.

If you're worried your smartphone will die out and you'll be locked out of your locker or bike, no need for it. Noke has an ingenious backup system that allows you to open it by clicking a "morse code" style unlock code with short/long presses. This way, you'll never be left out.

This bluetooth padlock has a replaceable battery that should last for about a year, and the best part is that is has quite an affordable price of just $59 dollars. If you happen to lock and unlock a padlock multiple times per day, it will be a small price to pay for the added convenience.

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