Secure this deal and get a smart door lock for $10 off

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There are many ways to. The and Google Nest Hub, for example, can control schedules for lights, music and robot vacuums, while smart plugs let you manage standard devices through your phone. You can even equip your front door with a smart lock to make your home more accessible to visitors and prevent intrusions.

One option we recommend is the Bosma Aegis, which got four stars on Amazon. And during our Deal Days event, you can , or $10 less than what you’ll find on Amazon. No coupon is needed, but this discount expires after October 12.

Installing the Aegis on your door is easy and Bosma claims it only takes 10 minutes. The smart lock is compatible with most standard US single cylinder deadbolts, so you should be able to use the one you already have. Once set up, connect the Aegis to your home network or sync it with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

With the Bosma mobile app, you can set the Aegis to automatically lock and unlock when you leave or come home, which can be handy for carrying groceries or allowing visitors with mobility issues. The app also offers remote access via fingerprint profiles for family members or temporary passcodes for service providers. And if you lose your phone, you can always use your traditional key as a backup. Verified customer Dave S. noted that the Aegis was easy to install and use, sharing, “Gives me a way to check door status when I’m home or away. I can now lock and/or unlock my front door from near or far.

The Aegis uses AES-128 encryption to prevent unauthorized visitors from entering your home. But if an intruder gets inside, the Aegis will sound a siren and send you a notification immediately. Plus, the Bosma app provides activity history to show who opened the door and when and can even alert you when you forget to close the door.

You can add an extra layer of security to your home before October 12 as part of our Deal Days event, which is our response to Prime Day. You can find additional discounts on tech, software, and home essentials at .

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