Amazon is now offering the Level Lock Smart Lock for $172.94 shipped. If you normally pick up $249, you'll see a 31% price reduction and one of the best markdowns ever. This comes within $1 of our previous Prime Day entry in the fall of last month, and is only $3 more than the all-time low. The savings also carry over to the $199 Touch Edition. This model is down from $329 and marks a new all-time low of $2 below our previous mention. Head below for more. With a sleek design that barely gives the impression that it offers as much Smart Home power as you'll discover, Level Touch comes with a sleek satin nickel finish. In addition to the traditional keyhole, there's also a wide range of ways to unlock, including HomeKit and Siri, the companion app via Bluetooth, NFC-based keycards and, as its name suggests, a touch-sensitive exterior. In our hands-on review, we found Level Touch to be the 'most versatile smart lock' on the market, despite looking like a regular deadbolt. As novel as the invisible design is, it does mean giving up an integrated keyboard. That's why we're also currently tracking the best price yet for the Nest x Yale smart lock. It's currently selling for less than ever thanks to a rare discount that gives $100 off the touchscreen front door upgrade. It's now just $199, and it's going to be an especially notable option for those in the Assistant ecosystem.
The first and only sophisticated smart lock that makes technology invisible, Level Lock – Touch Edition is the smallest and most advanced smart lock ever. Made to blend effortlessly into your beautiful home, without unsightly boxes on your door. Subscribe to the Homekit.Blog YouTube channel for the latest videos, reviews and more!
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