Avoca Architectural have been acknowledgesd as the leading architectural hardware supplier on the NSW Central Coast by Schlage Sense, manufacturer of the Schlage Sense™ Smartbolt. This amazing product is fully certified to work with Apple's Homekit electronic home system, and is the same lock as sold in official Apple Stores™.
The Schlage SenseTM Smart deadbolt is compatible with Apple HomeKit™ technology - which allows you to talk to unlock your door using Siri® on your iPhone®, iPad® or iPod touch®. That connectivity puts you in total control of your home using a device that’s probably already in your pocket.
The Sense™ Smartbolt for Apple Homekit consists of a single electronic lock, pictured below. This contains a keypad for manual code entry (great for AirBnB premises) and also of course bluetooth capability to connect to your iPhone. On the back of the unit is a turn handle so you can of course get out again. Avoca Architectural offers this standard "Apple Door Lock" in a kit that also consists of a stylish pull handle to make operation of the door easier and a ball socket door catch to hold the door closed - details below.
- Strong: Meets the highest industry rating for security and durability.
- Stylish: The slim profile and tasteful design creates a stylish look that pairs well with Schlage interior door hardware.
- Savvy: Programming and using the lock is as simple as using an app. No incremental fees, no subscriptions and no additional payments for electronic access.
Avoca Architectural can supply and if you wish instal the Sense™ anywhere on the NSW Central Coast.
The Sense™ is available for $390 including gst and is in stock now.
Installation from $88 call out and $88 an hour, some suburbs also have travel.
You can see this amazing product in our showroom at Avoca Beach, and yes we have this product in stock now, call to purchase now on 02 4382 1286
Call us now to place your order over the phone on 02 4382 1286 or enquire online
Video of the Sense in action
Different styles available
Front view showing the keypad and "inside of the door" view showing the turn handle.