With traditional keys, anyone can walk into a hardware store and make a copy. This means every time you give your key to a cleaner, dog walker, builder or anyone you want to give temporary access to your home, there’s a risk that they’ll get a copy cut. If they were to come back and gain access without your consent, you’d have no record of who did it. 

With a Klevio shared virtual key, we keep a log of all access attempts and in future you’ll also be able to restrict users’ access to specific days or times. 

Additionally, if I drop my key in the street or leave it in my door, anyone who finds it can let themselves in. 

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