Sunnect announced today that its AP501 Advanced Protection digital door lock
received the Consumers Digest Best Buy award in the Electronic Keypad Deadbolts
In the February 2010 issue, Consumers Digest says, "the AP501 delivers
unmatched security. It is the only keypad deadbolt lock that we’ve seen that can
take a direct gunshot and still work."
In a congratulatory letter to Sunnect, Randy Weber, publisher of Consumers
Digest, said the Sunnect AP501 "has been recognized by the editors in the
current issue as having exceptional value in today’s highly competitive
The Sunnect AP501 was not only selected as the "Best Buy" in Electronic
Keypad Deadbolts, but was given their "Premium Selection" designation for
offering "all of the features a ‘top-of-the-line’ buyer would want." This award
is based on independent testing, consumer surveys, published evaluations, dealer
interviews, and personal product evaluations by the authors and researchers.
Michael Kwon, president of Sunnect, said, "We are very pleased by the
recognition from such a well-known consumer publication as the Consumers Digest.
This award reaffirms the overwhelming approval we have received from our
customers as well as door lock industry professionals."
The Sunnect AP501 is a premier digital door lock that is totally pickproof
and offers such convenient features as keyless entry and automatic locking in a
beautiful and extremely-robust structure that the National Locksmith magazine
called "a dream to install and operate, one tough deadbolt… built like a