Pealock is a smart electronic lock for your sports equipment. Multifunctional and easily portable. You can easily pack it in the pocket of a cycling jersey or ski jacket and you will have it available at any time.
You have two options to unlock / lock your Pealock. Either via the NFC card included in each package or via a button in the mobile application. If you do not prefer to use the card, you can add an NFC keychain or a bracelet in to your basket.
The strap is made of a durable material in which steel wires are pressed and a wire that is connected to the alarm. The hardened plastic box can withstand even harsh handling in all conditions.
In the application you can check the battery status and other settings of your Pealock. You can also set an alarm delay so that the alarm does not go off immediately in situations where someone is just interfering with your skis or moving them. So it's up to you whether you prefer more peace or want to know about every movement. Pealock has an automatic alarm stop, if Pealock does not move for 5 seconds, the alarm will turn off automatically.
1x Pealock, 1x USB cable, 1x pre-charged SIM card T-Mobile, 1x SIM removal tool, 1x NFC card
Pealock is a smart electronic lock which protects sports gear and other equipment from theft.
Pealock can be locked / unlocked using a smart app or NFC accessory. The lock communicates over short distances via Bluetooth. As soon as you move away from the lock, it automatically switches to the GSM signal. The SIM card is already inserted into the lock at the factory.
By snapping the buckle into the lock. The LED ring will flash green.
The package contains a Pealock smart lock including a strap and buckle, operating instructions, NFC card, tool for removing and inserting the SIM card, USB charging cable.
Yes. It is possible to pair up to 5 different NFC accessories to one lock.
There is no need to have a smartphone when using Pealock. The package includes an NFC card that can be used to lock / unlock the Pealock.
Pealock has an automatic unlock function when the battery is very low. In practice, this means that at 20%, the user is notified that the battery is almost empty and the lock will unlock soon. With 10% left in battery, the owner is again warned about the very low capacity of the battery and the lock will be unlocked.
In most countries (where you have a mobile signal) Pealock works by default. When the Pealock loses its signal abroad, simply eject and re-insert the SIM card into the lock. It will retrieve information about the foreign signal provider and will operate as in the Czech Republic.