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Published On: Sun, Nov 25th, 2018

5 Most Advanced Fingertip Door Locks on the US Market

Advanced security technology gives you many more ways to protect your home or business, no matter how far your budget reaches.

Fingertip (or biometric) door locks are an incredible innovation offering a safer, simpler yet highly-effective security solution. These streamline the entire process of locking and unlocking your doors, reducing it to a simple touch of your fingertip.

Still, with so many different options on the US market, how do you know which model’s right for your money?

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Below, we take a look at the five most advanced fingertip door locks available right now.

Samsung SHS-H700 Door Lock

We’ve all heard of Samsung before, and a trusted brand is always a good starting point for security tech.

The Samsung SHS-H700 is a sleek, stylish lock that looks incredibly impressive. Anyone even considering trying to gain unauthorized access to your property is sure to be intimidated if they see this in front of them.

This is made from reinforced plastic and fiberglass, ensuring a high standard of resilience. You can even register as many as 100 different fingerprints; this great touch means this lock accommodates businesses of different sizes, allowing secure entry for dozens of employees.

LineMak Electronic

The LineMak Electronic Door Lock boasts a truly outstanding, cutting-edge security function — facial identification. Along with the fingerprint-unlock feature, this makes it even harder for potential criminals to break in.

This LineMark lock has room to store up to 2000 fingerprints as well as 1500 faces. The infrared optical system keeps this user-friendly in dark areas too.

iTouchless Bio-Matic Fingerprint Door Lock

The iTouchless Bio-Matic fingerprint door lock can be installed as a replacement for any standard lock with no need for drilling; it’s a low-hassle choice ideal for less-handy buyers.

Amazingly, the iTouchless can store as many as 150 fingerprints (catering to larger companies) as well as 78 passcodes. Two mechanical keys come supplied as a traditional back-up in case of a technical issue or low battery-power.  

Epic EF-8000LR Door Lock

Next up is the Epic EF-8000LR. This is a little more heavy-duty and angular in appearance than, say, Samsung’s fingerprint lock, but still has a fairly sleek design.

Perhaps the most impressive feature of this door lock is the remote-access control: you can open any door this is affixed to without being physically present. Another top benefit is its ability to open the door automatically if it detects signs of a fire.

Assa Abloy Digi Electronic Fingerprint Door Lock

The Assa Abloy Digi Electronic Door Lock offers easy-installation and storage for 100 fingerprints; 78 different passcodes may be programmed too.

The stainless steel keeps this robust against the elements, while the water-resistant sliding cover is another strong touch. Two mechanical keys are supplied with the lock to ensure access even if any technical faults cause problems down the line.

These five fingertip door locks represent the most advanced, powerful security options for domestic and commercial buyers. As installation can be a pretty daunting prospect, it’s recommended that you discuss set-up of your biometric door lock with expert locksmiths to make sure it’s utilized properly.

Evolving technology keeps making security measures more effective and exciting, serving all home-owners and businesses with a massive range of options. Choose any of these five for the reliable protection you need.

Author: Colin Steinway

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