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LockSmart Mini, the padlock that is controlled with the mobile

The trend for smart homes is booming, if you want to join it, why not start with the accessories of our day to day? LockSmart Mini is a smart lock that you can control with your phone. Stop depending on a key or code: you can open and close your padlock with a single touch on the screen. And you have it available in the Muy Store with a 35% discount.

LockSmart Mini is designed like an ordinary padlock. Nothing will make you think that it is a smart lock that connects via bluetooth with any IOS or Android phone. Download the free LockSmart app to open and close with a click of the screen. And, if someone else downloads it, you can authorize the unlocking of the lock, very useful if, for example, you want to lend your bike when you are away.

This lock incorporates a microUSB port instead of a key slot, so you can charge its battery. And, do not worry, its battery offers a range of up to 2 years or 3,000 openings, so charging is not exactly a problem in this smart lock.

In our Store you can enjoy an exclusive 35% discount on your LockSmart Mini. You just have to choose the color that you like the most among the 3 available: red, blue and black.

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