The 'TappLock' Keeps Valuables Under Lock and Fingerprint

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jan 27, 2016
References: indiegogo
As the Internet of Things (IOT) continues to expand into different market verticals, the 'TappLock' is an example of a security padlock with a biometric twist.

Rather than requiring a key or combination to be unlocked, the 'TappLock' works with the owner's fingerprint to provide access to valuables. With the ability to store up to 200 fingerprints, the 'TappLock' can be managed via an accompanying app for customizing who has access during certain times, in different locations and much more.

The 'TappLock' is water-resistant, has a built-in alarm if security is compromised by a thief and can be recharged in a flash. Available on Indiegogo in either the 'TappLock' or 'TappLock Lite' options, the security padlocks provide comprehensive peace of mind for users.