The Nokē works by just pressing the phone against the shackle to unlock it and carry on with your day. It has a smartphone app companion that records the locations the lock was open as well allow you to see who, when and where it has been unlocked in the past.
A post on their website reads: "Nokē is more than just a pretty face - it's a smart lock. Nokē automatically finds and connects to your Bluetooth 4.0 enabled smartphone. Instead of fumbling for keys, simply walk up to your Nokē, press the shackle, and instantly access your possessions.
"The Nokē App makes it easy to manage multiple locks. Name your locks and create custom settings specific to each Nokē. Easily share and revoke access to your locked items. Specify the day, time, location, and duration of access. The history tab lets you monitor where, when, and by whom your locks were accessed. View map of where your Nokē has been accessed. Great for tracking items in transit, including your kids."
The Nokē lock is made of "boron-hardened steel" and has batteries inside that last well over a year.
They added: "With a shackle made of boron-hardened steel, Nokē is not only attractive, but also incredibly strong. Nokē uses the latest in anti-shim technology so you can safely and securely lock your possessions. Nokē locks are packed with long-lasting batteries giving you over a year's worth of use before needing to be replaced or recharged.
"Nokē's Quick-Click technology allows you to create a custom access code of short and long taps so you can open it manually if you're ever without your phone. Not a smartphone user? Not a problem. You can purchase the optional Bluetooth key fob, to open your Nokē exactly the same way you open your car doors."