Save $31 on an August Wi-Fi Smart Lock – PCMag
A smart lock is the gateway to any connected home; secure, easy to install, and convenient to use—the deadbolt replacement is worth the investment.
If you’re in the market for a smart lock, look no further than August’s Wi-Fi-supported accessory, on sale now at Amazon(Opens in a new window) for more than $30 off the retail price.
The company’s smallest model to date (measuring just 2.8-by-1.8 inches [HD]), the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is available in silver, featuring a textured grip and removable magnetic faceplate with backlit logo status indicator. Under the hood is a Bluetooth radio and a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi radio, plus two included CR123 batteries.
Simply replace an existing interior thumb-turn mechanism with this PCMag Editors’ Choice lock, and continue using the remaining hardware—including your keys. The companion mobile app lets users manage multiple locks in multiple locations, checking that any given door is protected. A Guest List button, meanwhile, makes it easy to give friends, family, and pet sitters scheduled, permanent, recurring, or temporary access.
August locks tend to play well with other smart home devices, and the Wi-Fi version is no exception: Lock and unlock it digitally via the August or Apple HomeKit mobile apps; using Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri voice commands; or by creating IFTTT applets that interact with third-party gadgets. The bolt also integrates with home automation and security platforms from Honeywell, Logitech, SimpliSafe, and Samsung.
Secure your home with the fourth-generation August Wi-Fi Smart Lock(Opens in a new window), on sale now for $198.98—13% off the $229.99 sticker cost.
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