Remember that scene in Along came Polly where Ben Stiller’s A-type, worrywart character gifts his B-type, boeheim girlfriend Polly with a key tracker and she uses the device (reluctantly) only to find her keys stashed inside of her fridge?
Don’t be Polly.
Take the “rummaging around” out of your day. Stop making a dozen copies of the same key just for them to float around in unknown pockets or drawers. Upgrade to the convenience and connectivity of a digital doorlock.
With more homes becoming “smart” and everyone’s vocabulary growing increasingly more techy, it could be overwhelming to find the information you need–that’s where we come in. We’re here to answer all of your digital doorlock, deadbolt, and security questions, all in these bite-sized paragraphs.
“Go keyless with keyless locks!”
Going keyless means upgrading to a digital or electronic lock–and that might sounds pretty intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be! Let’s walk through some of the most common questions, misconceptions, and little-known facts about these smart locks.
“Don’t leave a key under the mat.”
Eliminate the need to leave spare keys laying around for your favorite neighbor or only semi-responsible housesitter.
Most smart locks come equipped with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi capabilities–so you don’t have to invest in the age-old “under the mat” trick, or buy those rocks with false bottoms. Also, skip the dread sitting in your stomach your whole vacation–have peace of mind while you’re sitting on that beach.
“What do I need to know?”
Well, this is your first and probably most important question to arm yourself with information.
First your want to determine:
1. What kind of locks you already have inside and outside of your home.
2. Where do you want to install digital locks? Are there areas inside your home you want to safeguard as much as your front door? Or is there a certain section of your work office you need to keep secure? Determining these will help you pick out the specific smart locks you’ll need.
3. How much you are willing to spend. Some electronic locks can be quite pricey–how far are you willing to go to secure your space?
4. What features are you looking for? Are you looking for something simple and keyless? Something that connects to your phone? Something that comes with an app for ultimate, at your fingertips control?
“Do I have to replace my current deadbolt?”
This is probably the most important question you will ask yourself.
There are many different styles of electronic locks. Some are more suited for the inside of your house or office–for example: use a simple keypad to keep your in-home office or company inventory room secure.
If you’re in the market for one of these, then the advanced security TurboLock digital doorlock is the perfect fit for your door.
With digital doorlock, you WILL NOT need to replace your deadbolt, as the specially designed, keypad door knob will instead replace your average door handle and installs in minutes. You’ll be able to program it with your own custom “master code”, a standard entry code for shared use, and have up to 8 user specific codes for anyone else!
Side note: this is also a nifty lock for renters seeking to keep their space safe while on the move–it’s easy installation enable you to install and uninstall at a whim, whenever you need.
Other types of locks that are perfect for keeping peace of mind and tighter security at your main point of entry are more in the line of Bluetooth wireless technology–such as our upcoming Bluetooth SmartBolt. These locks WILL replace your deadbolt.
“But how safe is it? Are they easy to remove?”
They’re extremely safe! There are no external wires that can be cut by intruders, as they are all internal, safely encased within the lock’s sleep outer shell. Installation and removal is all done on the inside of the door, so only you can remove the lock!
“How much does the average digital doorlock cost?”
These modern locks can vary not just in complexity and innovation, but also in price. The average one starts around around $115 USD, and from there climbs into the $200 – $300, depending on how many bells and whistles you want included.
The TurboLock though? That’s $50 to keep any room in your house or workplace secured and keyless.
“So what makes the TurboLock such a deal?”
Well, for starters…
The Turbolock comes equipped with safe automatic locking mechanism, locking itself a mere 3 seconds after being opened. You’ll never have to question whether or not you’ve locked up again, because this handy electronic door lock will automatically lock behind you and is engineered with a unique password camouflaging feature to help disguise your pin-codes in plain sight! How? Punch in the first digit of the your TurboLock’s pin,, then enter any amount of random digits and correctly complete your pin–viola!
“What does TurboLock run on?”
“Am I going to be changing batteries constantly?”
“What if the power runs out?! What is it RAINS?!”
We have answers to ALL OF these concerns!
It’s also powered by 4 AAA batteries that can last for up to 12 months and built with smart battery backup in mind! In the event that your batteries run out, the TurboLock come with a built-in, backup battery port at the bottom of the knob.
Bonus points! This electronic entry lock is designed out of weather-proofed stainless steel and comes with a 1-year warranty. Take the unpredictable elements out of your safety equation and the worry out of your mind.
“Digital locks are the way to go…”
With more and more homes upgrading to the “smart” factor with smart thermostats and in-home security cameras, it’s truly only a matter of time until door lock security catches up with the smart home technology.
Adding convenience and simplicity to the security in your life is simple. Just do your research, determine your exact needs, and pick out the keyless lock that meets all of your safety requirements. You won’t regret making the switch from cumbersome key rings to smart, digital lock. It doesn’t have to be scary!
Start today! Check your door locks, observe what you need, what you want the most out of your new locks, grabs some calming tea, and start your search.
It all starts with you.