There is a certain sense of comfort and ease, knowing that your home and valuables are kept safe and secured. It helps families sleep at night without worrying about the threat of thieves, burglars, thugs, gangsters, and whatnots. However, more often than not, we tend to overlook our security systems and be complacent about what is currently within our grasp.
This is the bitter reality Albert Navarro experienced before putting up Metric Lock.
Albert Navarro received a Bachelor of Arts from California Baptist University and is currently in the process of attaining his degree in Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Southern California.
During his vacation in Mexico City, Mexico, in the spring of 2019, he had an experience that would eventually change his life. “I went to Mexico City to vacation in February of 2019. When I had arrived at my hotel, I noticed the zipper on the side pocket of my checked luggage was zipped open. When I looked, I had realized that a cross pendant necklace that my mom had given me for Christmas was gone. I honestly couldn’t believe it, I called my sister and said, “I work for a security company, and I didn’t think this one thru,” stated Albert.
Having worked as a dispatcher for a private security company for three years made Albert complacent and naive. Albert stated, “I was naive to think that nothing could happen, and I believed I was an exception to the rule.”
Following the event that has happened to him, Albert founded MetricLock. Albert is able to achieve success with a great team. Justice Webber as the Chief Marketing Officer, and Rudy Mawer with ROI Machines.
MetricLock exists as a private Smart Lock company providing service goods to individuals for the protection of consumer valuables. The company recognizes that the big issue really disrupts the person’s life, attempting to recover what was stolen, so MetricLock aims to provide Enhanced Security and Prevent Theft. “We’re not just selling convenience but protection and peace of mind,” said MetricLock CEO Albert Navarro.
Theft can easily be prevented with easy to use and convenient locks. MetricLock’s padlocks are biometric fingerprint scanning padlocks that add a layer of protection, and the scanner uses the same technology like an iPhone or Android for fingerprint unlocking. Furthermore, its state of the art high-tech chip also enables faster fingerprint processing to make unlocking more convenient and what is more, is that these padlocks are also waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about keeping it dry.
The Metric Smartlock also has Bluetooth technology, just download the MetricLock app, connect, and then you can easily and conveniently unlock it using your phone.
Lastly, unlike other padlocks made of metal that are heavy and could corrode, MetricLocks’ padlocks are made of aluminum alloy. It is the same material used for skyscrapers, the F16 Fighter Jet, among others, making the padlocks durable, rust-free, and still lightweight and easy to carry around.
In a world where security has become essential, MetricLock helps people from all walks of life feel secure, protected, and to achieve the much-needed peace of mind.
Optimizing Athletic Capability: How Keondra Mallard Does It
Erica Groussman: Turning a Passion for Wellness into Profitable Products
What is a Career Path & How to Make One
Business2 weeks ago
Brandon Manitoba Hits Jackpot With Cormier Media
Entrepreneurs2 weeks ago
Scoodah Blazz on Her Music Career and Clothing Brand, Dream Stalkin
Entrepreneurs4 weeks ago
Maryam Dimson Redefining the Fashion Industry with Gold Coast Apparel NYC
Leadership2 weeks ago
Never Go Broke Promotes Financial Literacy Education Among the Youth Through Creative Means
Entrepreneurs3 weeks ago
Cony Secures a Coveted Spot in the Billboard’s Hip-Hop Chart as an R&B Artist
Leadership3 weeks ago
XiXELS Forwards Digital Art Movement Through NFT
Leadership2 weeks ago
Karine Sho-Time Thornton Establishes Himself as a Massive Force in the Music and Film Industry
Business6 days ago
Creating Favors Helps Independent Comic Publishers Thrive on Digital Platforms