This is a sponsored article by Brisant-Secure
Ultion SMART will change how people lock their doors.
Ultion SMART combines the tried and tested Danalock technology by worldwide electronic access experts Salto, with Brisant’s 3 Star, Sold Secure Diamond lock, Ultion, the lock with a £1,000 homeowner guarantee. Brisant’s team integrated the pit-free edgeless design of their Sweet door handle, suited with letterplate, numerals and door knocker, to create a beautiful smart handle that works with all technology, looks great, is easy to fit and comes with maximum security accreditation.
Ultion SMART works with a Bluetooth app, Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, SmartThings and importantly, it works with a key. You can lock or unlock your door using the app. Combining your phone’s GPS and Bluetooth you can have the door unlock for you when you arrive home without even touching your phone. Then when the door is closed it can be set to automatically lock itself. Or if you prefer, just saying ‘Alexa, lock the door’ is now something that gives instant Ultion protection.
And by combining the Sweet furniture range, not only is the external appearance completely unaffected with no external electronics, but it is the only suited electronic door handle system.
Installation to an existing door is as easy as it is to a new door, because the handle, 12v battery supply and electronics are part of a single unit – it takes only 2 minutes.
This is the SMART lock which the market has been waiting for. Pre-orders will be taken from May 21st 2019, with deliveries in June. To find out more please visit www.ultion-lock.co.uk or follow on Twitter @UltionLock.
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