Sesame is one of the cheapest smart locks you can buy
There’s no getting around the fact that Kickstarter projects are a gamble. You can spend $100 on something like the Pebble just as easily as you can on something that was supposed to be a watch, but comes delivered late and resembles a potato.
That gamble, and the chance to come out on the other end with something nice, is what makes the Sesame smart lock so intriguing. For $149, or $89 for its early backers, it’s promising the same features as similar products that cost nearly twice as much. It’s even been graced with a promotional video made by Adam Lisagor, aka Sandwich, who has quickly become the Billy Mays of startup video pitches.
Source:: The Verge