LIME Smart Lock Boasts Bluetooth, NFC, RFID and More

With integrated Bluetooth, NFC, RFID and keypad, the LIME smart lock multiple advanced methods to unlock the door, and its robust security guards your home.

LIME Bluetooth Smart Lock with NFC, RFID and Keypad

The LIME is an advanced Bluetooth-enabled smart lock that measures 2-1/2 by 6-3/8 inches, and it can be installed on any door with a standard deadbolt door preparation. As we can see from the images, the smart lock shows off a sleek and stylish design that allows it to guard the door in style, and the matte sliver finish and rounded touchpad add some modern style to the lock.

LIME Bluetooth Smart Lock with NFC, RFID and Keypad

The smart lock comes with built-in Bluetooth, NFC and RFID, so you can use your smartphone or an RFID card to unlock your door, and the integrated keypad also allows you to enter your home with PIN. Moreover, you can also set up multiple PINs for multiple users, and its custom companion app can generate key codes that allow contractors or Airbnb guests short-term access and you don’t have to be in front of the lock.

Furthermore, the smart lock is powered by 4 AA batteries that offer year-long battery life. When the batteries are low, the app will alert you, and a 9-volt emergency power-contact ensures entry if you really forget to change batteries. In addition, it also has a backup key slot, and an optional WiFi-enabled Gateway allows LIME to connect to Internet, which lets you remotely control or monitor the lock.

LIME Bluetooth Smart Lock with NFC, RFID and Keypad

The crowdfunding campaign for LIME is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $159 to preorder the smart lock and a Gateway. The bundle will be shipped in August this year. BTW, also don’t miss Ultraloq UL3 BT smart lock and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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