August's bundled Smart Lock Pro is a great option if you want tons of integrations at your disposal, but anyone craving a simpler lock should look elsewhere.
Using this lock is simplest with Google Assistant, but you'll get more functionality out of it if you use it with Amazon Key.
August's HomeKit-enabled Smart Lock 2.0 improves on an already awesome product and is worth strong consideration -- even if you don't have an iPhone.
There's really no reason for anyone to get this smart lock.
This is a very solid smart lock that offers a true convenience upgrade for your front door.
August's Smart Lock is a decent entry-level smart lock that performs well and offers a lot for its price.
With touch-to-unlock simplicity, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi smarts and concierge installation service, Otto wants to be the Nest of smart locks.
But after a week of testing, I'm not sure a good app and fancy tech is enough to recommend this expensive connected cam.
We tested both the standalone and Z-Wave versions, and were impressed by the quality, responsiveness and overall styling of this lock.
If you're looking for a touchscreen keypad, Igloohome's Deadbolt 02 is a great-looking lock with physical and Bluetooth key options.