Access the Lockly Secure Pro via the keypad, fingerprint scanner, key hole, app or voice command.
Lockly has a new smart lock at CES 2019 -- the Lockly Secure Pro.
The Secure Pro deadbolt costs $300; the latch model costs $330. Both come in satin nickel and venetian bronze color finishes.
There's five different ways to access the lock -- with a regular ol' key, via a key pad, with a fingerprint scan, via the app and with either Alexa or Google Assistant voice commands.
The lock runs on AA batteries and is supposed to last for at least a year.
Lockly's Secure Pro smart locks are expected to ship in early 2019.
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