BoxLock Home Smart Padlock Protects Your Deliveries

BoxLock Home smart padlock is designed to protect your deliveries, and it works with various containers. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

BoxLock Home Smart Padlock

The BoxLock Home is an advanced and practical app-enabled padlock designed to prevent your packages from porch pirates and package thieves. As shown in the images, the padlock is bigger than LockSmart smart padlock, and the yellow casing not only protects internal components from natural elements, but also delivers a vibrant design that catches delivery driver’s eye.

Using WiFi module, the smart padlock wirelessly joins in your home network, and BoxLock Home features an integrated barcode scan that supports Amazon, FedEx, UPS and USPS shipments. Judy pushing a button on the top of the padlock, delivery driver can use it to scan your package’s label so that BoxLock Home can sync instantly with latest delivery info and unlock for storing your package. When your package has been securely delivered, you will receive notification on your smartphone wherever you’re.

BoxLock Home Smart Padlock

Furthermore, its custom app also allows you to share your barcode with friends, family or any delivery service to access to your storage container, and you can get real-time package delivery info via the app. Moreover, the smart padlock uses encrypted HTTPS backed by RSA keys with 2048-bit modules and SHA-256 for enhanced security. Integrated Bluetooth model also allows you to securely open the lock. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery offers over 30 days of normal use on a single charge.

The team behind BoxLock Home has raised enough fund for the product on Kickstarter, but we can still preorder the smart padlock by pledging $99 USD before the end of the campaign. It will be shipped in August 2018. Update: the smart padlock has been available on Amazon for $123.64 USD.

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