When it comes to deadbolts, high tech solutions are always slow coming, it seems. When was the last time that you saw something that truly changed the way that you think of deadbolts when it comes to your home’s security? Samsung has set out to change that with the latest offering, a winner of Reddot Design Award in 2011.
One of the most important things that stands out is the user-friendly design. This deadbolt uses an access code, key tag, rfid card, or mechanical override keys. With these kinds of access options, it is easy to make your home as secure as you like. The dual authentication mode in particular allows you to use a code and key tag that makes sure that you use traditional security methods, but the combination of the two makes it incredibly hard for someone to steal the tools to gain access
There are also a variety of options that give you different kinds of security. There aren’t many deadbolts that have options for security when you are at home or not, the ability to create random security codes, automatic locking whenever the door is closed, and even an optional interface with a door phone. This makes it easy to set up a system that works best for you, whether you have children, pets, or just tend to forget to lock the door when you leave. It takes the guesswork out of your security and takes it off of your mind.
The physical construction is also work commending. Zink alloy and ABS plastic were used to contract it and these locks can put up with 90% humidity and withstand temperatures of -25 degrees Celsius. That, in combination with the compact size, makes it a durable and nonintrusive option for homes
Overall, this is a high tech deadbolt that offers plenty of security, but it doesn’t come with any risks, complicated user interfaces, or bulky construction.