A smaller footprint and, for the first time, built-in Wi-Fi make the new August Wi-Fi Smart Lock the best in its class.
This is a nice addition for SimpliSafe security systems, but if you just want a smart lock, you've got better standalone options.
Using this lock is simplest with Google Assistant, but you'll get more functionality out of it if you use it with Amazon Key.
The popular smart lock maker is branching into smart storage with delivery boxes and cabinet locks.
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.
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 a HomeKit enthusiast and want to keep your door's hardware, Level Lock is the smart lock for you.
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.
August's Smart Lock is a decent entry-level smart lock that performs well and offers a lot for its price.
This is a very solid smart lock that offers a true convenience upgrade for your front door.
There's really no reason for anyone to get this smart lock.
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.
If you're looking for a touchscreen keypad, Igloohome's Deadbolt 02 is a great-looking lock with physical and Bluetooth key options.