Fascinating product called Clay designed to quite literally make the old school key obsolete. Open and close doors from your computer or phone and use RFID tokens to open doors.
The Clay Tag is the smallest of the Clay family but highly secure and just as good-looking. The heart of the tag holds the most secure RFID chip available in the market to make sure that its impossible to duplicate the Tag ID.
In case someone has lost or did not return one of your tags you simply block them via My-Clay. Blocking is real-time without any delay and when you retrieve a tag you simply unblock it.
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