Nuki today introduced a new generation of its HomeKit compatible smart locks, the Smart Lock 3.0 and Smart Lock 3.0 Pro. The manufacturer wants more people to be encouraged to install these types of locks in their homes with these new models, promising easy installation and operation.
Lock, battery, sensors and connectivity without complicated installations
This version 3.0 has a more powerful and at the same time quieter motor than the Smart Lock 2.0, and they continue to be characterized by their metal button which can be pressed to open the door. The installation does not need us to make holes in the door, you just have to replace the button.
The Pro version has its stainless steel button and includes a battery, in addition to be able to connect to Wi-Fi networks and act as a connecting bridge. It also allows us to use HomeKit to access the lock from anywhere. In addition to the Apple home automation platform, we are also compatible with Google Home, Amazon Alexa or IFTTT, among other services; So if you are using other platforms you are covered as well.
In addition, Nuki also launched a universal cylinder for locks, in addition to a sensor to signal the state of the door and detect anomalies (such as when a door has been left open for too long).
The Smart Lock 3.0 is sold at a price of 149 dollars while version 3.0 Pro is at a base price of 249 dollars. The news continues to spread, but it should appear at any time in its corresponding section of Amazon.