Consumer Video: Bluetooth Smart Lock Fire Test

Eleven months ago, we featured videos on ‘keys and locks’. Like, how to open your door in case you have forgotten your keys; well, how thieves would possibly open them as well. Yep, most probably by using lock picks or even hair clips and such.

This time, we not only show you how ‘vulnerable’ almost anything is to fire — yes, even locks — but making us consumers think about the moral story of this all ‘lock’ thing, even with such advancements like the Bluetooth Smart Lock.

Hmm… The video is almost unnecessary unless we forgot that fire is the ‘ultimate’ test — even to determining gold. So, as expected the lock is useless when fire was used.

On the thief or “doer’s” side, well for you to burn the lock, you must be pretty desperate. Understandably so, you just got to get in. Then again, you also must have overlooked at something.. Check where the lock was mounted!

Sometimes it could be easier to unlock or break-in by destroying where the lock was mounted. However, first, consider which one is easier and cheaper to replace as well. In case of the video, is the ‘Bluetooth Smart Lock’ cheaper than the chain?

Anyway, just make sure wherever or whatever you used to mount your lock is also sturdy enough against lost souls.


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