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4 Myths And Misconceptions About Digital Lock Promotion

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At a time when crime rates are climbing in every part of the world, investing in security systems has never been more valuable. Digital locks have been a massive part of security systems. Each digital lock promotion claims to be the best in the market, yet many people are still reluctant to buy one. The reason? The myths and misconceptions surrounding digital locks.

Here are the myths and misconceptions about digital locks:

MYTH #1: DIGITAL LOCKS DON’T WORK DURING POWER OUTAGE

Digital locks need electricity to work, hence, during a power outage, you will be locked inside or outside your house, and there is no way to unlock the door but wait for the power supply.

TRUTH

Digital locks indeed need electricity to work, but they don’t necessarily connect to the electricity. Most Samsung digital lock models in Singapore run on batteries. Therefore, they still operate even during power outages.

But what if the battery drains? Digital locks alert homeowners through app notifications or light flashing when they need to replace their batteries.

MYTH #2: DIGITAL LOCKS ARE COMPLICATED TO INSTALL

The design of most doors in the market caters to door knobs and levers. Therefore, it is hard to alter the structure of these doors to accommodate digital locks.

TRUTH

Believe it or not, installation of a Keywe digital lock only takes less than an hour, like the majority of smart locks in the market. You don’t need to alter the design of your door. Instead, you need to swap your old door knob or lock with the new digital locks with no wiring involved.

MYTH #3: DIGITAL LOCKS ARE EASY TO HACK

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There is a constant threat of cyberattacks, and digital locks are not exempt from the danger. Their security system is insufficient and unreliable.

TRUTH

If you compare an Epic digital lock to a traditional lock, the latter is effortless to unlock. 

Cyberattacks are a legitimate threat; that is why digital lock manufacturers find ways to make their security more stringent. For instance, their locks have multiple security encryptions. Moreover, biometric keys are more complicated to forge these days. 

A reminder to avoid compromising your security is never to give your lock’s PIN code or key card to people you do not trust.

MYTH #4: THERE IS NO OTHER WAY TO OPEN DIGITAL LOCKS

You can only open a digital lock by a single means. Therefore, if you lose your key card or leave your phone inside, you cannot unlock your door.

TRUTH

It all depends on the digital lock models. For example, although a Keywe digital lock uses a keycard to open, it also has built-in keypads where the person can enter the code to unlock the door. In addition to keypads, most digital locks have spare keys that are handy for manual unlocking if the digital lock runs out of battery.

Did you fall for these misconceptions, too? Now that you know the truth, are you ready to trust a digital lock promotion?

Liminal provides digital lock collections, from the Epic digital lock to Samsung digital lock in Singapore. Visit Liminal today.