The thing with some smart lock designs is that they’re obvious that they’re a smart lock. This is because the design of some of these locks have huge front-facing panels that house technology like fingerprint sensors and number pads to enter your passcode on. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but for some, it might be too obvious for their liking.


If you’re shopping about for a smart lock that won’t stick out like a sore thumb, then perhaps you might be keen on Level Home’s latest smart lock, the Level Lock. According to the company, this is the smallest smart lock that they have ever made, and judging by the photos, it certainly looks that way.

At a glance, the Level Lock looks like a door lock so people walking by your home probably wouldn’t give it a glance. However, despite its size, it comes with features that one might expect from a smart lock. This includes keyless entry where you can unlock it using your phone. It also works with smart home platforms such as HomeKit, and there is also support for Amazon’s Alexa and Ring.

It will also be able to auto lock and auto unlock, and will send you notifications, and you can also share your “key” with friends and family. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, the Level Lock is priced starting at $249 for the regular version, or $329 if you prefer the version that supports touch controls.

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