Nuki Smart Lock


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Utilises Blue­tooth 4.0 • Free app to lock/un­lock doors Learn more

House keys: what’s the point? They can break, get lost and even cre­ate holes in the pock­ets of your favourite cloth­ing – wouldn’t it be far bet­ter to do with­out the blasted things al­to­gether? Hell yeah, which is where the Nuki Smart Lock comes in. This unit can re­place your ex­ist­ing door lock to pro­vide smart ac­cess – which means that your door will un­lock au­to­mat­i­cally when you get home and then lock again safely when you leave – you don’t even have to say “Open Sesame” (although you can if you want).

By down­load­ing the free app from the App Store, you can set it up to recog­nise your per­sonal smart lock and then when you ar­rive home and need to un­lock your front door, it will sim­ply recog­nise your phone and open with­out Avail­able from ama­ you hav­ing to do any­thing – you don’t even have to touch your iphone! The app also pro­vides an ac­tiv­ity log so that you can see ex­actly when your door was un­locked and by whom. You can also pur­chase the Nuki Bridge (ei­ther as a pack­age with the Smart Lock or sep­a­rately). This plug-in de­vice takes your Smart Lock on­line so that you can con­trol it from any­where (handy for let­ting in work­men, rel­a­tives and the like).

The Smart Lock is mounted on the in­side of your ex­ist­ing door lock, it doesn’t re­quire any drills or screws to in­stall and it can be used within about three min­utes after the in­stal­la­tion. It isn’t com­pat­i­ble with all doors and cur­rent lock set­ups (you can check these on the web­site), but for fu­tur­is­tic se­cu­rity it is a step in the right di­rec­tion.

The Nuki Bridge is also avail­able to take your Smart Lock on­line so that you can ac­cess/con­trol it from any­where

The free Nuki app pairs your iphone with your Smart Lock so that the door opens when you ap­proach The main unit fea­tures an LED ring to sig­nify the sta­tus (locked/un­locked) and a push-but­ton for in­stant open­ing

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