The Bluetooth-connected device allows people to securely share multiple, digital keys

Australia-based technology company Dog and Bone‘s Bluetooth padlocks might look like the traditional combination lock you’d place on a locker or use to keep your backyard shed secure, but they’re anything but old school.

The company, which is better known for selling smartphone cases with waterproof features and the ability to wirelessly charge mobile devices, is now offering padlocks capable of being paired with a Bluetooth-enabled smart device from which its owner can unlock the padlock without ever touching it.

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