Well, that didn't take long. Sesame, a new Bluetooth smart lock, hit its funding goal in just a couple days on Kickstarter.
The lock looks to have some interesting features, including unique knock recognition and a fairly streamlined installation relative to the other Bluetooth locks, which according to CandyHouse (the company behind the product) is a patented technology that doesn't require any turning of screws. It's also smaller than others from the looks of it with the exception of possibly the Danalock.
The ship dates on the locks are for May to backers, and the prices are pretty attractive starting at $89 for backers. The retail price will be $149, which is lower than what I've seen from August and about $10 less than the Danalock.
The device also has a Wi-Fi to Bluetooth gateway which is pretty standard at this point for Bluetooth smart locks.
Check out the video below: