For a painless house security

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Written on 4:01 PM by Sarthak K

Do you feel this is more or less secure than the old fashioned key lock?

Are you afraid that someone may steal your fingerprints?

What benefit would you think this has for your children to use instead of giving them a house key?

Did you know that you can program people to allow them temporary access during specific times? Who would this be good for? Do you see any problems with this?

Doors have locks to keep unauthorized people out, of course. Unfortunately, the reality is that door keys get lost, duplicated, or even worse… stolen. How about using a keyless lock? In fact, something more than that!

In this modern world when security is of critical concern, the Fingerprint Door Lock delivers an improved solution to an age old dilemma. The locks are easily installed on just about any standard door and provide businesses and homeowners with peace of mind, knowing that only the fingerprints of authorized users can access the lock. Forget about fumbling for your keys. After all, it’s a keyless lock.

Simply place your finger on the door lock and in less than 2 seconds, it recognizes you and you’re in. Never worry about losing keys or unauthorized duplication…ever! More importantly, secure any room with the most unique key on earth… your fingerprint.

Landlords can enjoy special advantages by using such a keyless lock, as there is no need to change locks every time tenants change, or spend time at the locksmith having extra keys cut. Also allows landlords access to all of their properties without carrying a large bunch of keys and eliminates worry about tenants failing to return keys.

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1 Comment

  1. Dave |

    Going keyless with our security measures is a big upgrade to our home's safety. With less keys (or probably no keys at all), it gives burglars a hard time to infiltrate your home. Hmm, but the downside of this is its price, as not everyone can afford it. Nevertheless, its service and security benefits can't be equaled - at least for now. :)

    Dave Mathews

     

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