Noke is more than just a pretty face – it’s a smart lock.
Based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, Noke is aimed toward innovating smart-locks of every kind, making locks an asset to consumers rather than a hindrance.
The company was founded in late 2014 with the help of the Kickstarter community, which backed multiple successful campaign launches to make a vision a reality. The team has since doubled in size and works to make securing, sharing and tracking locks a seamless and convenient user experience.
Noke is a Bluetooth enabled smart padlock that unlocks with your phone to remove the hassle of keys and combinations. Users can share and revoke access to their lock with friends and family through the app and even track the history to know where, when and by whom the lock has been opened.
No Key No Problem
A smart lock to eliminate the hassle of keys and combinations forever. Compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Noke is more than just a pretty face – it’s a smart lock. It automatically finds and connects to a Bluetooth 4.0 enabled smartphone. Instead of fumbling for keys, simply walk up to the lock, press the shackle, and instantly access the possessions.
Manage Multiple Locks
The App makes it easy to manage multiple locks. Name locks and create custom settings specific to each Noke.
Share with Friends
Easily share and revoke access to locked items. Specify the day, time, location, and duration of access.
The history tab lets the user monitor where, when, and by whom the locks were accessed.
View map of where the Noke has been accessed. Great for tracking items in transit, including kids.
It is built to stand up to the toughest environments and extreme weather conditions so Noke can go where the users goes.
With a shackle made of boron-hardened steel, Noke is not only attractive, but also incredibly strong. It uses the latest in anti-shim technology so the user can safely and securely lock their possessions.
Noke locks are packed with long-lasting batteries giving over a year’s worth of use before needing to be replaced or recharged.
Over one year for padlock and over three years for U-Lock.
In the unlikely event the battery dies while locked, Noke can receive a ‘jump-start’ using an external battery, to give access to the internal battery or charger.
Noke’s Quick-Click technology allows the user to create a custom access code of short and long taps so they can open it manually if you’re ever without their phone.
Not a smartphone user? Not a problem. The user can purchase the optional Bluetooth key fob, to open their Noke exactly the same way you open their car doors.
Imagine taking the benefits of a single Noke—ease, convenience, control, security, durability—and scaling that to work for an entire enterprise. It’s a complete game-changer.