Convenience and security are usually polar opposites. But the QuickLock uses NFC and Bluetooth to provide one-tap access to your protected stuff. You can currently pick one up for $49 with free shipping. That’s $8 less than Amazon’s shipped price where it gets 3/5 star reviews from limited reviewers.

Gizmag.com and Cnet.comboth gave it solid reviews. The QuickLock is made from die cast zinc alloy, making it practically unbreakable, and it has no keyhole. Instead, it comes with a key card, which you simply swipe over the lock to gain access. Alternatively, you can unlock the QuickLock from your phone, or with the separately available keyfobs and ring. To give other people access, you can sync up to fifty keyfobs or cards with each QuickLock, and an unlimited number of phones. This system is a lot more secure than a regular combination lock because you don’t have to pass around codes. The lock charges via the supplied micro USB cable, and it will remain operational for two years on a single charge.

  • Made of die cast zinc alloy, rendering it virtually indestructible
  • Allows for one-tap access via a fob or ring (sold separately), a card, or smartphone
  • Includes convenient access for multiple people: works with up to 50 wireless NFC keys and an unlimited number of phones
  • Prevents having to remember combinations or locate keys for your locks
  • Provides battery life for up to two years on one charge
  • Charges via a micro USB cable

You can currently get 18% off the QuickLock at 9to5Toys Specials add to cart now.