Simplisafe Smart Lock Review: The SimpliSafe Smart Lock does the job and is probably the cheapest intelligent lock on the market. However, its simplicity leaves behind many features we would be glad to pay for. Even if it operates with voice control, Alexa and Google Assistant cannot be asked to lock and unlock the door. The lock relies on the security scheme of SimpliSafe.
So, if you’re not in the SimpliSafe club already, if you want this lock, you have to enter. You must also subscribe to SimpliSafe’s Interactive Plan (an additional $25 per month) to get full functionality.
That said, the SimpliSafe Smart Lock can be the thinnest intelligent lock I’ve seen and works with your current deadbolt so that you can install it quickly (literally). The SimpliLockTM feature helps you to think about locking or not. After it has been unlocked for some time, you can configure the door to automatically lock.