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Ola Fingerprint Smart Lock – Open The Door To The Future

The world’s first keyless and phoneless Bluetooth enabled fingerprint smart lock. The fastest operation. The longest battery life. Ola is the first smart lock on the market to incorporate Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and capacitive fingerprint technology, making Ola not only keyless but phoneless. “Have you ever thought of a lock that could recognize you in less than a second, unlocking your door the moment you touch the handle?” Other smart locks take longer than regular locks, even more than 30 seconds to take out your phone, connect to Bluetooth, and unlock your door. But is that really ‘progress’? Technology should make life easier, not more complicated. That’s why Ola has a fingerprint sensor integrated into the door handle. Register your fingerprint directly on the handle, and then forget about your keys and phone.Ola is completely self-contained. All it needs is you.

Ola Fingerprint Smart Lock – Open The Door To The Future
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9.8/10
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Michael Cheng
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Compatibility
iOS
Casing
Zinc Alloy / Aluminum Alloy
Voltage
DC Input Voltage (4.5-6.5 V)
Current
DC Input Current 100-120 mA
Connectivity
Bluetooth 4.0
Sensor
FPC1020 Capacitive Touch Fingerprint Sensor
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jaxiescott

I've looked extensively at smartlocks and have tried hard wired systems and a bluetooth lock for use with our phones. There are adv and disadvantages of course for each type. Beware ladies fingerprints are notoriously difficult with FP locks

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Jawaher

so If I take more than 200 pieces of this smart lock so i want to know if there are any discount or warranty.

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