The Eufy Security Video Smart Lock includes a camera that provides a 160° view of your surroundings in 2K resolution. Moreover, the camera supports Wide Dynamic Range technology which claims to deliver clear video footage regardless of the outdoor lighting conditions. There are also infrared sensors that make it easier to detect objects at night.
For people who constantly worry if they lock their doors before leaving the house, the Eufy security video smart lock could be a real life changer. Thanks to the combination of a geomagnetism sensor and a gyroscope, it can automatically engage its W-Fi connected deadbolt on a closed door.
The fingerprint sensor claims a recognition time of 0.3 seconds and supports near-instant unlock. The product also incorporates AI human detection features combined with advanced dual motion detection for greater accuracy. For those concerned about durability, the Eufy Security Video Smart Lock is rated IP65 for water resistance and can withstand a wide range of climate and weather conditions. The product is powered by a 10,000mAh rechargeable lithium battery, but the company has yet to reveal any actual battery life stats.
Eufy also adds that users will not be required to subscribe to any additional service to have the privilege of watching recorded footage from the doorbell camera. All recordings are also stored locally.
As mentioned earlier, Eufy Security Video Smart Lock is already available for “advance purchase” in the US, Canada, and Australia via Kickstarter. The first 2,000 backers can get the product for $199, while an “early bird” price sits at $229. For those of you who missed both of these deals, there’s also a “Kickstarter Special” price of $269. Anker currently plans to offer Eufy Security Video Smart Lock on Amazon and its own website by June 2022, when the price of the product is expected to reach $399.