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About Biometric Locks

Biometric Lock Biometric locks can be simply defined as locks that do not require keys for them to be unlocked but instead require a person identity. Most of these locks require the fingerprint or the eye of the individual. But the fingerprint lock is the most common as they can be programmed to accept different fingerprints of the individuals you trust. The opening mechanism of the lock determines how the lock is really biometric. The user can choose different types of locks to go with the biometric reader, we use deadbolts.

Common uses of the Biometric lock

Majority of these locks are used in homes and offices to prevent unauthorized access and burglary to such areas. Companies are going out of their way to secure their trade secrets by using biometric locks on their premises. All employees are required to register their biometric data into the system to allow the locks grant them access to the premises. The other major use of the biometric lock is on safes (gun cabinets) to make them extra secure and impregnable to anyone trying to access their contents.

Benefits of using Biometric locks. First, it provides extra security to your house or safe thus giving you a peace of mind. Because they are very advanced and unique they are very secure and very hard to crack. Another added benefit of a biometric lock is that you do not have to keep looking for your keys every time you need to open your door. The stress of losing your keys is also avoided.( in the case of Gun cabinets preventing you losing your license if anybody was to access your cabinet unauthorised). Biometric locks are much easier and faster to use. Their user-friendliness makes it easy for anyone to use them. This is quite contrary to the key lock where people had a habit of copying keys in order to gain unauthorized entry. The biometric locks can be easily installed on all types of doors and can be integrated into oneís security system (gun cabinet). Biometric locks also have a battery back-up for use in case of power failure. This makes them reliable at all times.

So what makes Bio-metric locks Ė a tough nut to crack?

Biometric locks are a pain to lock crackers due to their unique locking mechanisms. For instance for a biometric fingerprint lock, the lock picker will have a hard time in overriding the fingerprint system since all fingerprints are unique and canít be copied. Even if they have all the tools necessary for cracking the lock, without the fingerprint of the owner all the efforts will yield to nothing.

Biometric locks are quite sturdy as they are built to provide extra security needs. The materials used in the making of the locks are durable and can withstand harsh environments such as extreme temperatures and forces. These qualities make it difficult for a potential thief to break into the lock and into your Gun cabinet. Many have tried to crack these locks but in the end give up.

While we try to insure that all are products are in stock, there will be times when through unavoidable circumstances, we do not have the item that you require in stock. If this occurs we will contact you via email as we are processing your order to let you know how long it will take to get into stock. We will also let you know as soon as possible if any of our products are unavailable and either offer you an alternative or issue a full refund.

Our aim is to deliver to you as soon as possible within 2-5 working days. You will be notified of estimated dispatch and delivery dates for your order, based on the availability of your items and the delivery options you choose. In busy periods orders may take longer to dispatch however we endeavour to process your order as quickly as possible.