Top 10 – Best fingerprint door lock


Fingerprint locks for doors are a great investment for those concerned on their family’s safety but also great prevention tool in order to fight thieves and lockpicking robbers. To be honest traditional door locks can be pick locked in a matter of seconds while on the other hand provide a fail-proof system for your home security. There are plenty of door locks to choose and you’ve easily found one that can blend nicely with your door but we’ve compiled a list of the best selling ones on the market, the ones that got the most positive reviews from users so as to help you in your research. So let’s dive in and see what is te trend regarding fingerprint locks:

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What to consider when buying a fingerprint door lock? 

A biometric door lock is a device that can be fitted on your door in order to let only individuals with successful recognition to enter. They are a great investment for environment or users where carrying keys would be a nightmare or even more having to memorize specific combinations for different doors. Try to pick a lock that can store enough fingerprints for your needs as the most lock can memorize around 75 fingerprints which may be too much for some or too little if they are to be used from a large company. You can also search for door locks that feature built-in alarm systems, some of them can even call the police in case someone tried inputting the wrong code multiple times.

Such kind of devices is great for offices as you can have maximum security with the convenience of not using keys. It is important to research whether the lock is connected to a battery or the main power, but also if it can be accessed by networks like wifi and Bluetooth. To be honest easy access to the door lock with your smartphone is quite handy but you have to be careful as such systems are vulnerable. If you are not sure if you want to go for a fingerprint door lock yet, you can always try a hybrid lock that features keypad input and/or keylock apart from the biometrics scanning. Some of the locks can also accept security tokens for verifications which is a cool feature to have while still not using keys anymore. If you can’t make up your mind if you would go keyless or not, we would still advise you to look for locks that at least still have the key lock in them so as to be able to still use it in case of malfunction.

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