Secure Your Cabinets And Drawers With The Smart Cube Lock

Smart Armor Tech is a technological startup that is changing the way consumers view Smart Locks. The company has developed a Smart Lock that can be retrofitted to interior doors, drawers, cupboards, luggage, and cabinets, virtually any enclosure that holds items that you want to keep out of reach of children and teenagers. The Smart Cube idea began on Indiegogo, a popular crowdfunding website that provides individuals with a platform to display and raise money for their product ideas.
Smart Cube Lock

Smart Cube is a very unique two-piece contraption that utilizes Bluetooth 4.0+ Technology to communicate with iOS and android devices. The base must be mounted to a flat surface (using 2 screws or 3M tape), where the dongle can make contact and slide into the Smart Cube. Then, a locking guillotine will slide into the dongle grooves and securely lock it in place. Even though the ABS polycarbonate constructed lock only measures in at 1-1/4” H X 1-1/4” W, it is strong enough to endure up to 100 pounds of impact.

This is a battery-powered lock that requires a CR2 battery, with a runtime of 1 to 2 years. Once the Smart Armor app is downloaded to your smartphone or tablet and synced with the Smart Cube, users will be able to unlock/lock it from up to 150’ away. When the battery reaches the minimum power level, an alert will be transmitted to your app-enabled device. Users will also receive notifications if the enclosure is manipulated or becomes ajar.

If you are interested in the Smart Cube Lock, just visit the Indiegogo website to access the associated campaign page. Preorder today and receive up to 62% off the retail price. Delivery date is set for January 2017. If you have ambitious toddlers or teenagers running in and out of your home, this device may be exactly what you need to keep their hands off of your firearms, prescription drugs, and household chemicals.

For the time being, be sure to check out these alternative drawer locks at Amazon.

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