Melbourne startup Airbolt has created a smart travel lock that makes keys and combinations a thing of the past

- December 14, 2015 3 MIN READ

After more than a dozen hours on a plane to the US, the last thing Kabir Sidhu wanted to do was find a bolt cutter to break one of his locks, so instead he sat down for 45 minutes trying every possible combination to crack the code. Fearing that history would repeat itself, Sidhu came back to Melbourne and created the Airbolt, a smart travel lock that uses bluetooth and phone connectivity to unlock itself.