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SPECIAL ALERT! LevelMatePRO Now Back In Stock! Limited Supply! Act Fast!

SPECIAL ALERT! LevelMatePRO Now Back In Stock! Limited Supply! Act Fast!

UPDATE 10/12/16 – 7:05 PM PDT: Amazon showing “In stock on October 20, 2016. Order it now” but we bet it will be before that, as Chuck from LogicBlue Technology says more are standing by. At least they’re accepting orders. :)

UPDATE 10/12/16 – 6:50 PM PDT: Some more just appeared in stock! Grab ’em while you can!! Looks like they’ll be coming in dribs & drabs. Stay with it everybody!

UPDATE 10/12/16 – 4:05 PM PDT: The first 50+ units that were “checked in” and available on Amazon sold out in 20 minutes! The good news is that Amazon has more than 150 more standing by waiting to be checked into their inventory system. There’s no way to know when they’ll show as “in stock” so just keep checking back every so often over the next few hours or tomorrow. The manufacturer has told us there are more on the way after this first batch, so don’t give up!

Apparently we’re not the only ones who love cool RV tech. When we posted our recent video about the new leveling device we’d discovered, we sold the company completely out of stock in a matter of days!

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Our LevelMatePRO, mounted inside our laundry cabinet.

We were just notified by the manufacturer, LogicBlue Technology (formerly Command Electronics), that LevelMatePRO is now back in stock at Amazon for the first time in over a month. So if you missed out on the first round and have been waiting for a second chance, here’s your alert that they’re available again!

If you’re in the U.S., the only way to get a LevelMatePRO is right here on Amazon:

If you need yours shipped to Canada, LevelMatePRO is only available here: LogicBlue Technology

PLEASE NOTE: We’ve been informed that Amazon is currently receiving LevelMatePRO shipments of various quantities at several distribution centers at once. As a result of the way they re-stock their inventory, they may periodically show as “not in stock” again. We understand that it may take several days for them to be fully stocked in all shipping locations, so if you’re not seeing them available, just try back again later or the next day. They’re filling orders as fast as they can, and as of this post, they are indeed showing “in stock” right now. But there are hundreds of people waiting for this notification, and we wanted to let our viewers know first so you’ll have first crack at getting one!

We’ve had lots of requests from viewers asking us to announce the minute these are back in stock. Since the video now has nearly 25,000 views (and climbing rapidly), we don’t know how long they’ll be able to meet demand. So don’t miss out on your second chance, and grab one while you can. It’s a bit of a splurge… but it is pretty awesome. If you check out the Amazon reviews, you’ll see that we’re not the only ones who think so. ;-)

The display on our iPad or iPhone.

Displays on mobile devices.

We’re still having a great time with ours, and still smile broadly whenever we level. Having such a clear picture of exactly what’s happening while leveling is the greatest. And we love having the ability to choose the most level site available without even getting out of the RV.

If you don’t have a jack system, stay tuned for an upcoming video where we’ll be showing how the LevelMatePRO is even more valuable for you than it is for us. Since we got it, we’ve been learning about the challenges of leveling without jacks, and think you’ll love the improvement this cool piece of tech brings.

If you missed our video demonstrating the LevelMatePRO, watch it here!


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Dawn

Saturday 20th of May 2017

Hi! Love your site with all the great help! Why do the manufacturers say not to open slides unless the jack stands are down? Is it for better operation of the slides as the motorhome needs to be level or for extra stability? Just curious about your thoughts. I've been to lots of dealerships etc where they open slides without using the jacks. It seems like they shouldn't do it if the manufacturer says not to. Thanks and I look forward to more videos!

TheRVgeeks

Saturday 20th of May 2017

Hi Dawn! The main reason most manufacturers specify leveling before deploying slides is to reduce the strain on the slide motors (avoiding pushing or pulling a slide uphill) or having them operate at an odd angle. That said, most parking lot situations are usually level enough, and the slides aren't so sensitive that it has to be exactly level, so the dealers aren't likely doing any harm.

Luc

Thursday 20th of October 2016

Wow! Great device. Guys who produce this should talk to the RV manufacturers.

Steven Cekutis

Monday 17th of October 2016

My Thor comes standard with that technology. It's called " Rapid Camp" . From outside I can use the remote for : Slides , jacks, awning, outside light, and generator... it's one of the best toys .... ;-)

Bill Long

Monday 21st of November 2016

My Thor has that too and it is nice, especially for the slide when you are not sure of the clearance. But it does not do the leveling jacks and the Lippert system they use is - shall we say spastic - and usually misses level. I use the Level Mate Pro and do the jacks in manual mode. It works so much better. If you haven't tried one, you won't be disappointed.

TheRVgeeks

Monday 17th of October 2016

Sounds like an awesome feature!

Steven Cekutis

Monday 17th of October 2016

Check ! Ordered and arrived; now I just need to install it ;-)

Rodney Nelson

Friday 14th of October 2016

Just installed the levelmatepro but have parked the MH for the winter. The reason your video enticed me to purchase unit was due to leveling than finding the jacks bottomed out before the MH was level. I envision that the unit will let me know how many spacers I will need before starting to level. Sometimes we're in a spot where we can not move around to a more level spot. Just this past August while camping in the Redwoods, one jack required two spacers to level. Can't wait to try it next spring!

TheRVgeeks

Friday 14th of October 2016

Great to hear, Rodney. Can't wait til you get a chance to check it out in the spring. We found that the combination of helping us find the most level spot in the first place, combined with letting us know exactly how off-level we are, has definitely helped us minimize the number of times we have a jack max out. Of course there are times a remote camping location is so sloped that we just can't get perfectly level, but now we always get the best results possible in any given area.

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