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New Bluetooth lock to be distributed by Messingschlager2017-03-22 source own
In recent times, ‘theft protection 2.0’ has been making waves across the world. As a Bluetooth ring lock, it was designed by ‘Linka’ in California and requires no key whatsoever - instead, it uses a simple button on the side of the product. When locked, an alarm is also activated for protection; when unlocked, the alarm deactivates and the user can store it away. How? Thanks to advanced technology, Linka has included an automatic unlock system which will kick in as long as the user’s smartphone is within 1.5 metres.