Where to use Kini in your home

Ready to stay a step ahead?
Kini can be employed in a variety of settings, offering versatile motion detection wherever and whenever you need it. Here are some specific scenarios where Kini can make a huge difference.

Drugs & Alcohol

Want to button up your alcohol and prescription drugs drawers so your kids don’t get into them? Good idea. According to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics, 61.5% of teens have abused alcohol by 12th grade and 46.6% have tried illicit drugs. Placing a Kini on your liquor or medicine cabinet door (either inside - stealth mode, or outside - deterrent mode) will allow you to know instantaneously when there has been a breach so that you can act quickly. Want to know more about using Kini to keep your drugs and alcohol off limits? Read this blog.

 

Collectibles & Memorabilia

You may wish to keep your most treasured possessions private and protected from unwanted handling. A Kini can be attached to — or simply placed on top of — your collection in order to alert you when it has been touched.

 

 

Personal & Work-Related Documents

It’s natural for people to keep personal or legal documents somewhere in their homes. Often times these documents contain confidential information not meant to be shared with others. Using Kini will notify you if someone encroaches upon your privacy.

If you work from home or go into the office, chances are you have work-related paperwork that is important and confidential. Even if these items are kept in a locked file cabinet or desk drawer, you might not know if they are tampered with by others who have found a way to access them. Using Kini will give you peace of mind.

As adults, we have things we consider to be private and off-limits to our children and to others. These might include electronic devices, such as laptops, tablets and phones, that may contain sensitive information. Or perhaps journals, diaries, correspondence, photographs... adult toys, which are obviously not meant for public display or sharing. Using Kini will alert you if and when someone is snooping.