U-Bolt Pro 6-In-1 Smart Deadbolt

U-Bolt Pro smart deadbolt lets you unlock your door with 6 ways with or without your smartphone, and an optional WiFi bridge makes it a part of your smart home system. Cool? Let’s continue checking.

U-Bolt Pro 6-In-1 Smart Deadbolt

The U-Bolt Pro is an advanced smart deadbolt lock that is compatible with any US standard door, and it can be installed in minutes with no wires and drilling. The smart lock consists of a front panel and a back panel, and the premium zinc alloy casing ensures each unit delivers a durable and strong construction. The silver-and-black exterior matches well with any style of doors.

The smart deadbolt features 6 ways to unlock including smartphone app, fingerprint, passcode, proximity unlock, magic shake and mechanical key. Furthermore, an optional Ultrloq Bridge allows the smart lock to wirelessly stay in your home network so that you can receive real-time notifications and unauthorized attempt alerts via your smartphone, or you can also remotely access to the lock, grant one-time access to a friend temporary or manage users wherever you’re.

U-Bolt Pro 6-In-1 Smart Deadbolt

Moreover, the smart deadbolt works with Amazon Alexa, meaning that you can remotely control it with your voice, and it supports IFTTT so that it can interact with more smart home devices and online services. In addition, all data are encrypted using 128-bit AES via an embedded hardware coprocessor, and the second layer of protection is the Dynamic Key. With the dual-layer protection, you will never worry about unauthorized access. U-Bolt Pro is powered by 4 Alkaline AA batteries for access over 8000 times. When the battery life is low, you will receive notification via its app. A built-in microUSB port allows it to be powered by a portable power bank for emergencies.

The team behind U-Bolt Pro is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $149 to preorder the smart deadbolt with a WiFi bridge. The bundle will be shipped in June 2019.

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