A telephone has become an extension of ourselves, where in the past calling and texting was sufficient, it is now the most normal thing to use your telephone as a debit card or to open the door with it. More and more functionalities are added to your phone that make life easier and give you more control. Similarly with the addition of an electronic door lock on your front door.
With the LOQED electronic door lock on your front door you never have to search for your key again, you can easily open your door with a simple touch of the smart lock or with your phone. Conventional locks have not exactly evolved with our wishes: just opening or closing the door with a key is outdated. With an electronic lock you have control over your front door even when you are not at home. You decide who can enter and you can easily open and close the door remotely. Missing a package is a thing of the past, you no longer have to stay at home for the service provider and you do not need to have an extra key made for the cleaning lady or babysitter. You give them all easy access via your phone.
In the LOQED app you always have an overview of who has a key. You can add or remove people with the touch of a button. In the log you have a handy overview of who opened the door and when.This way you will stay informed when your children have come home or when the cleaning lady has started. Not sure if you've locked the front door? In the app you can see the status of your electronic lock and you can easily close the front door if you have forgotten this.
The LOQED Touch Smart Lockis the first completely key-free electronic lock in Europe. The lock is SKG three-star certified and can be purchased for € 349,-. Would you like to know more about the possibilities of an electronic lock? Read the "Read which 11 (!) Extra functions a smart lock has compared to your current lock"
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