If you've been sitting on the sidelines and waiting for a great deal before buying a smart lock, that day has finally arrived. The August Smart Lock is available at nearly $100 off on Cyber Monday, December 2 only.
August Smart Lock Cyber Monday Deal
There are two different options available here, the Smart Lock and the Smart Lock Pro with the Wi-Fi bridge. These are up to 63% off thanks to this one-day sale, so don't miss out.
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There are two different options available here, the Smart Lock and the Smart Lock Pro with Wi-Fi bridge. These are up to 63% off thanks to this one-day sale, so don't miss out.
Starting at $55
The August Smart Lock gives you keyless entry for your smart home. It allows you to lock and unlock your door, control keyless entry, and keep track of who comes and go from your mobile phone. Best of all, you can keep your existing lock and keys in place since it attaches to your existing deadbolt.
You can purchase the August Smart Lock in various colors, including silver, dark gray, white, and satin nickel.
The August Smart Lock only requires a screwdriver for simple, DIY installation. Add to an August Connect Wi-Fi Bridge to remotely lock/unlock and monitor your door to integrate with Alexa, Google Assistant, Airbnb, Home Away Simplisafe, and other systems. All August Smart Locks are Bluetooth-enabled but require a separate Wi-Fi bridge to enable remote access and voice speaker integrations.
You can use the lock and other August products with the official August App for activity monitoring, guest access, total control, and status updates. With the auto-lock/auto-unlock feature, for example, to immediately lock when you leave or up to 30 minutes afterward. Better still, the auto-unlock feature recognizes you when you arrive and unlock the door when you approach.
Have an Apple Watch? You can also lock and unlock your door using your wrist!
What are you waiting for? Get your new August Smart Lock today!
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