Losing Keys Is An Old Person's Game
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You can't stop the swelling tide of innovation. From TikTok to air fryers, the world just keeps giving us things that are better than the previous version, and now, that includes keys. If you're tired of constantly forgetting your keys, locking yourself out, or just using a system that’s literally ancient, you can do something about that. With the BOSMA Aegis Smart Door Lock, you won't have to worry about your house keys again.
This clever smart lock turns your existing deadbolt into a smart lock without making any changes to the actual lock itself. All you have to do is stick it on your door using a screwdriver, which surely you’re more than capable of doing. (If you’re not, ask a trusted adult for help and good luck with whatever prank you’re pulling here, Dennis.)
Once it’s installed, Aegis has an auto-lock and auto-unlock feature to let you bypass ever using your traditional keys, although you still can use them if you’re not ready to fully commit to the smart lifestyle. You can also control the lock using the app or with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. AES-128 advanced encryption ensures that your lock is protected from hackers and other people trying to sneak in, and if somebody does break through the lock, it will trigger an automatic siren and notify you immediately.
Need to let in a visiting friend, family member, or enemy? The app lets you offer temporary remote and guest access or unlock or lock your door from anywhere, anytime. (Just keep in mind, in the case of enemies, that locking them into your home from your mountain lair is illegal, no matter how awesomely supervillainous it feels.) If you upgrade to connect your smart lock to a Bosma Sentry system, you can even incorporate motion detection, facial recognition, and biometrics into your home security.
Who needs keys, anyway? Move into the future with the BOSMA Aegis Smart Door Lock. This August, you can get it for $40 off at just $79 (reg. $119) when you use promo code SMARTLOCK.
Prices are subject to change.