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Sesame – Your key, reinvented

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4.9?
Discovered on 2015-02-28

Sesame replaces your keys with your phone in seconds. It also fits on your lock in seconds, without removing or swapping anything. Leave your keys behind: Just lock and unlock your door using the Sesame app on your phone. Better yet, open Sesame with a custom knock on your phone or door. Your keys, reinvented. Share access: Allow guests in no matter where you are. Control who has access and when. Log records: Receive a notification whenever your door opens or closes. Installs in seconds: Simply tape Sesame to your door with a single strip of 3M Command tape (supplied). It fits your lock without removing or swapping anything. No tools required. Fits all deadbolts: Sesame works with just about any deadbolt in the USA / Canada / Australia thanks to five-patented self-adjusting mechanisms.Long battery life: Sesame lasts about 500 days on lithium batteries (supplied), and sends a notification when the batteries are low.

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Jean

I ordered this last OCTOBER and I did not receive my item, I tried to contact them, got a respond saying they will be sending it in January, It is now MARCH and my emails have been ignored. I feel this Is a scam! I am extremely unhappy.

Gadget Flow Editors

Thanks for reaching out to us Jean. That’s bad news. :( They seem to be active on Twitter and had their last tweet on the 6th of March. We’d suggest you to drop another email or tweet and see if they respond?