August Smart Lock Ensures Your Door Secure with DoorSense

August has released its smart lock 3rd generation. With DoorSense feature the smart door lock provides a more secure way to guard your door.

August Smart Lock with DoorSense

The smart lock measures 2.6 x 1.63 x 4.8 inches and weighs 13.9 ounces. As we can see from the images, the lock shows off a minimalistic and elegant appearance design, and the metallic finish with two color options allows it to match well with various door styles and meet different personal preferences. Meanwhile, the Bluetooth smart lock works with most single-cylinder deadbolts, and it can be installed in about 10 minutes with just a screwdriver.

Using built-in Bluetooth technology the smart lock wirelessly communicates with your smartphone. When you close the door with your smartphone, the lock can automatically open it. After you leave, it will also automatically lock. Furthermore, newly added DoorSense feature allows it to tell you the door is securely closed and locked, so you will never worry about forgetting to lock your door again.

August Smart Lock with DoorSense

Furthermore, you can also send virtual keys to your friends for temporary access, and using its custom app you can set the access time from a few minutes to a few weeks. Moreover, the app also lets you know who is coming and going, and you can track activity at your doorstep with its 24/7 Activity Feed. In addition, optional WiFi bridge allows you to freely control and monitor the smart lock using your smartphone wherever you’re, and it supports Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri. When someone enters or exits your home you will receive instant alerts.

August smart lock is priced at $149.99 USD, and the WiFi bridge costs $78.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to August Amazon shop (the bridge) for its more details.

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