This is the QuickSet Halo Touch.
Here's why it's called that.
It unlocks just using my finger print.
It's a cool WiFi smart lock that's from QuickSet being debut here at CES.
You'll be able to control it from your phone, you'll be able to control it with Amazon's Assistant or Google Assistant.
But the cool new trick is using the biometrics of your finger to lock and unlock your door.
In action, any finger can lock it, but if I try to unlock it with a finger, that's not registered.
[NOISE] It yells at me a little bit.
Didn't hurt my feelings too much, but if I use a finger that's registered it unlocks and I can get in the home.
If anything goes wrong, you still have the normal keyhole to open and close the door.
So it's a pretty cool smart lock that does the basics that you'd expect.
While adding that nice, extra bit of convenience of the fingerprint.
Supposedly you can register up to 100 different fingerprints from 50 different users, and we're gonna see how that registration process works right now.
So here we go, in the final retail version, you'll actually initiate this with an app.
These blinking lights tell you you're good to go.
And you place your finger on the lock three different times and you can see the LED bar getting fuller and fuller.
And boom, the finger is registered.
Again, any finger can lock the door but now this finger, I get the green light and the door unlocked.
So the finger registration worked.
And again, up to 100 different fingerprints, so you can use as many as of yours as you'd like.
And then also invite your friends and family to do the same.
So the court set takes four double A batteries.
You see him right here.
Supposedly they last about six months, depending on how much you're using the door.
The Quick Set Halo touch Is $249 it's due out later this year.
We've seen quite a few smart locks from Kwikset in the past, including the Kwikset Kibo where you just touched it.
But now they're getting even more advanced and using biometrics to help you access your home.