Noke: The World's First Bluetooth Padlock by FŪZ Designs — Kickstarter

Per the inventors, the frustration of losing keys and forgetting combinations forever. Noke is the world’s first Bluetooth padlock you can share. Keys are easy to lose, they can be stolen, they are a pain to share, and if you share them, you must get them back. Sharing combinations has its own set of issues as well.

FŪZ is looking to put those problems behind us all, by using Noke and your smartphone, you’ll always have easy access to all the important things in your life. In addition, you’ll be able to share access to your possessions easily, safely, and securely. Noke automatically finds and pairs to your Bluetooth 4.0 enabled smartphone. You can name your Noke and even give it a photo if you like. That’s it.

To unlock Noke, simply press the shackle. Noke wakes up and searches for your phone or a shared phone. If the phone is within 10 feet, Noke will instantly unlock so you can be on your way. No need to launch an app or remove your phone from your pocket or purse.

If–like me–you’re wondering about what happens if your battery dies, they’ve thought of that too. Their patent-pending Quick-Click technology allows you to create a custom access code. If you’re ever without your phone, simply key in those clicks and your Noke will instantly unlock for you. You’ll never worry about being stranded again. Not bad at all.

You can back a Noke on Kickstarter for only $59 but if you want a cable or other optional items it slowly goes to $79, $108 and up. Have a look!

Noke: The World’s First Bluetooth Padlock by FŪZ Designs — Kickstarter.