The 'Friday Lock' is a smart door lock that allows users to lock their doors using their smartphone. The Friday Lock was created by the Danish architecture firm 'Bjarke Ingels Group,' the same company that designed the Google headquarters. Its smart lock technology uses wireless signals to turn a cellphone into your keys.
The app allows users to remotely lock and un-lock their doors, giving them the ability to let permitted guests, like dog walkers or handymen, in and out of the house without having the give them a key.
With these automated door locks, you'll never have to worry about losing your keys or forgetting to lock your door again. Although similar products exist, the Friday Lock is the most stylish, inconspicuous and easiest for users to install.
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