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Noke Lock Uses Bluetooth, not Keys or Combinations

by Shane McGlaun

School is starting back up next week in many parts of the country. I can remember going back to school as being something I hated, I also remember the anxiety that went along with trying to get my combination locker to open each time I needed it. If you hate messing with keys or combos to unlock lockers, bikes, or other things the Noke lock is for you.

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Noke uses Bluetooth and apps running on iOS or Android devices to give you access. You can set the apps to automatically unlock the lock when you are within ten feet. You can also use the apps to unlock the lock remotely to give people access to your bike or locker.

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For times when you phone isn’t available, the Noke lock also has a Quick Click code that lets you click the shackle to unlock it with specific combinations of clicks. Noke is expected to ship in February 2015 and it is on Kickstarter now.You can pre-order a Noke for $59(USD).

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