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Only for orders in April: Test Nuki products up to 50 days risk-free

Nuki News 09.04.2020 | Sebastian Scholz

The days have become longer again, the sun is warming up and a new beginning can be seen everywhere in nature. Now might be the right time to try something new! Maybe you came across Nuki for the first time or maybe you have been thinking about upgrading your smart home with the Nuki Smart Lock 2.0 for a while already. No matter how you got to this blog post – we want to make it easier for you to decide on a smart access system. For this reason (and because we are absolutely convinced of the quality of our products) we have decided to extend the return period to 50 days for all orders placed in April in our Nuki Online Shop*. This way, you can test all Nuki products completely risk-free at home and convince yourself of all advantages in your personal everyday life. If, contrary to your and our expectations, you are not 100% convinced after the purchase, we will refund you the full purchase price upon return! You want to find out more about Nuki? The following three steps will give you the perfect start into the world of smart access with Nuki:
  • Complete the installation check and find out if your door lock is already compatible with the Nuki Smart Lock.
  • Sign up for our newsletter and receive exciting updates and offers about Nuki.
  • Get to know our numerous integrations and learn how to connect the Nuki Smart Lock to the rest of your smart home.
*except..: Australia, New Zealand

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Sebastian Scholz
Nerd? Designer? Smart Home enthusiast? Probably a little bit of everything. I am fascinated by new technology, different ways of thinking, and cat videos. Trekkie? Warsie? I'd say about 30:70 – I don't like seeing things in black and white, although I'd make an exception for interior design.

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