Lockitron has been relaunched with more features, including a sensor that can detect if someone knocks at your door and a Bluetooth sensor that automatically unlocks the door when you’re near.
The 1500eDBX electronic combination lock uses a simple but still secure directional code interface. It has a built-in battery that lasts up to 5 years. More here. Now Master, about your naming scheme…
Designers Feng Cheng-Tsung and Cheng Yu-Ting have come up with an innovative way to deter bike thieves, with a pedal that transforms into a wheel lock. Break the lock, and you can’t ride the bike.
Kuat Racks’ Bottle Lock has a 5-foot-long braided steel cable coiled within itself and a small lockable compartment on the bottom; it fits into most standard holders on a bike. Available 11/1/2011.
A small safe that resembles an electrical outlet. Comes with a cutout saw and a template to facilitate installation. Easily replace the outlet cover with one that matches the ones in your house.
Lockitron is an Internet-enabled door lock system that lets you lock or unlock your door from your phone. It also lets you share virtual keys to other people via text message, and is NFC-compatible.
Jaryn Miller‘s concept uses the handlebars as one of the bicycle’s locks, so the rider will always have the lock with him, but most of all it renders the bike unusable if a thief breaks or saws off the lock.
Designed by Bob and John Loughlin, the TiGr is made of a flexible titanium bow and a compact, highly pick resistant lock cylinder. The tough and bendy bow is highly resistant to sawing and cutting.
The Speed Dial can be operated one-handed and without looking at the lock. Apply overlays for letters, numbers, colors, shapes, symbols and make your own custom combo moves.
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