Gate All-In-One Smart Lock with Motion Activated Camera, 2-Way Audio and More

The Gate all-in-one smart lock not only securely guards your front door, but also allows you to see who is at your door with its built-in motion activated camera, and it also features 2-way audio and speaker. Need more details? Let’s keep checking.

Gate Smart Lock with Motion Activated Camera and 2-Way Audio

The Gate is an advanced and fully featured smart lock that measures 3-1/2 inches diameter. As we can see from the images, the smart lock has a compact and sleek design that enables it to work well with various door styles, and it supports any door with a deadbolt lock. Meanwhile, the Gate’s enclosure is made of solid cast aluminum zinc, which delivers durability and stylish look, and you just spend approx 4 minutes on installing it in your door.

Gate Smart Lock with Motion Activated Camera and 2-Way Audio

As a smart lock, the Gate features built-in WiFi connectivity in order that you can use your smartphone to unlock or lock your front door for your family, friends or travel guests wherever you’re, and you can also create temporary or permanent access codes for easy entry.

Gate Smart Lock with Motion Activated Camera and 2-Way Audio

Furthermore, the smart lock also features an integrated keypad, and it also can be unlocked using a physical key. More importantly, using built-in camera and motion detection, you will always know who is at your door, and its call button and 2-way audio allow the guest to contact with you. In addition, its swappable rechargeable battery offers 4 months of usage between charges, and the Gate also work with other smart home devices.

The Gate has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $208 to own the all-in-one smart lock. It will be shipped in March 2017.

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  1. TJM 10/11/2016

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