No Door Is Left Out
With two shackle sizes, the Keybox is optimised for shackling on door knobs, handles and even fences. Alternatively, you can also mount it on walls or firm structures. No installation woes or door alteration needed.
Always at Your Service, Rain or Shine
The Keybox 3 comes with improved resistance to the elements. Tested to withstand dust and light rain (IP66 certified), it’s built with heavy-duty materials to ensure durability and resistance to impact. It is also designed to be scratch-resistant to protect both your door and lock box.
Access at Your Fingertips
All igloohome devices work with the igloohome mobile app. You can manage access to your property anytime, anywhere.
Grant Access Anytime, Anywhere
Via the mobile app, you can send PIN codes and Bluetooth keys from wherever you are. Our unique algoPIN™ technology makes this possible through secure encryption and synchronisation. You don’t have to be near the lock box to grant access.
Even with its remote functions, the Keybox works offline. There’s no need for you to sync the access codes with the device for it to work too.
Optimal Versatility for You
We’ve fine-tuned the shackle sizes so you enjoy optimal versatility with your Keybox. The shackles have been tested to fit most door handles and knobs securely. It’s easy for you, but tougher for the bad guys to remove it.
Switch between either shackle to best suit your door knob or handle. Alternatively, you can mount the Keybox on a firm structure with screws.
Keypad Security Lockout
Keypad is disabled after several incorrect PIN code attempts to ensure your property is always secure.
There’s no wondering if you’ve securely closed your Keybox. Auto relock gives you convenience with a peace of mind.
Low Battery Warning
An intuitive audio and LED visual alert will prompt you to change the batteries before they run out.
Easily jumpstart the lock box with a USB-C cable and a power bank as an emergency measure if batteries are drained.
Masking Security Code
Your PIN code will always be confidential. Throw off onlookers by entering random digits before your actual passcode.