Nuki has announced the arrival of Nuki Smart Lock 2.0, which is the next generation of the company’s smart lock that turns your smartphone into a key. It arrives with a bunch of new features and includes Bluetooth 5 for further range, better internal processing power for speed. There’s also a door sensor so you can get updates at-a-glance and it has full Apple HomeKit compatibility.
No More Keys Under The Flower Pot
The Nuki 2.0 smart lock is specifically updated for the UK oval-cylinder lock while keeping the easily-installed retrofitting. This new version fits over the user’s existing lock and key and installs in less than three minutes. Most people can handle this easily. You won’t have to worry about replacing door fixtures either. So the emphasis on this smart lock is ease of use. It also plays nice with your other Smart Home solutions like Ring and Nest, Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant.
Easy To Install
Easy To Use
Limited Color Options To Match Your Door
This is the company’s foray into the ripe UK smart home market. The Nuki Smart Lock 2.0 is compatible with Android and iOS. As with most smart locks on the market, you can use this one to give your friends, family, delivery people and others digital access to unlock your door via the companion app.
With all of the smart lock solutions available to us these days, burglars and other nefarious individuals are going to have a hard time finding a key under a flowerpot. Nuki 2.0 gets even more convenient with the optional Nuki Fob and Nuki Keypad which gives easy access to children, delivery people, or those without a smartphone.
Nuki Makes This Lock Easy For Everyone To Use
This new version will be available in November of 2018. Whether you are securing your apartment, house, business or vacation home, Nuki provides a very cool home security solution that anyone can easily install and use in minutes. It has a lot of options via the app, the Nuki Fob and the Nuki Keypad. Folks in the UK are going to love this smart lock solution.
Nuki 2.0 Keyless Smartlock For The UK Market Review is courtesy of home page GR