I've been waiting to add a smart lock to my front door for a long time but wanted something that didn't look like a smart lock. I wanted it to look like any other dumb lock. I was excited when I found the Level Lock +. It had everything I wanted, including Home Keys.
Installed it, it worked great for two days and then yesterday it wasn't making any chimes and then this morning...Nothing. Dead. Even the app wouldn't activate the lock. NFC cards were sketchy and had to be positioned just so. Came here looking for trouble shooting and found so many people mentioning their problems with the Level Lock.
I ripped the LL out and installed the Schlage Encode plus that many people recommend. I didn't want a key pad but see it's value. The Schlage feels far more robust than the Level Lock. The Level Lock seemed really cheap and flimsy compare to the Encode. Also, reaction time of the Encode is slightly faster.
Fingers crossed this last longer.
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