Baldwin Evolved is the high-end smart lock line your home deserves

Best Smart Lock For Apartment

There are so many different options out there for people in search of smart locks for their front doors, back doors, inside doors, and more. Our favorite all-around smart lock is definitely the Yale Assure SL, with models available for Apple HomeKit users and for Z-Wave users with systems like SmartThings. But if you're looking for something a little fancier to better complement your high-end home, there's really only one line of smart locks you should consider.

Baldwin is obviously a familiar name to any homeowner, but you might not be aware that the company has a line of smart locks that offer the same stunning styling and top-notch security Baldwin is known for. It's called Baldwin Evolved, and there are a ton of beautiful options to choose from to ensure you can match any style.

The Baldwin Evolved lineup currently includes 24 handlesets that are each available in any one of 18 different finishes. There are also three different deadbolt-only models available in each of the company's 18 finishes. Finally, Baldwin sells the Evolved fob in three different finishes; Evolved locks can be opened with a simple touch as long as your smartphone or an Evolved fob is within range.

If you're in the market for a new smart lock that marries all the smart features you want with sophisticated styling that most smart locks lack, definitely make the Baldwin Evolved website your first stop.

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