Alfawise L10 WiFi Mobile Smart Video Doorbell 720P Home Security Camera - Black - £25.79 @ Gearbest
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Alfawise L10 WiFi Mobile Smart Video Doorbell 720P Home Security Camera - Black - £25.79 @ Gearbest

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Posted 17th Jun
Got asked to get a Ring Pro for an elderly friend, thought no way am I wasting £200 on a wireless doorbell, just so she can talk to the Avon lady while she is 20ft away, let the cat in or see if Ernie, had left her 2 pints of gold top on the doorstep!!

Anyway got her one of these instead, £25.79 all in, with the code GBA42611A delivered from the EU (you can choose 4 different delivery ways to suit your needs!) is a bargain!

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Main Features:
●Free video calls to receive the visitors from anywhere
●3 recording mode options, including motion detection, button triggered, manual recording
●720P high resolution,10m night vision and 166-degree FOV for recording all details beside the door day and night
●Energy-saving with high-performance HiSilicon CPU, no requirement of charging for about 6 months
●Loop recording to replace the old video clips with the latest ones automatically

Specifications:
CPU: HiSilicon Hi3518EV200, built-in ARM926 440MHz high-speed video co-processor
Sensor: 1.4 inch 720P OV9732 CMOS sensor
Lens: 1.7mm lens, 166-degree wide angle
Noise ratio: more than 39dB
Night vision: dual filter automatically switches
Video format: H.264 Main Profile / H.264 Baseline Profile / MJPEG / JPEG
Recording mode: 1. Motion detection recording; 2. Button triggered recording; 3. Manual recording
Battery type: 2 x 18650 battery ( not included )
Charging voltage: DC 5V / 1.5A
Wake-up mode: 1. Doorbell button wake-up; 2.PIR detection wake-up; 3. Mobile phone active wake-up

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If you register the door bell with Ring when you buy it,if it gets stolen then you have to get a crime r3ference number and Ring will replace it FOC
migavupe17/06/2019 17:51

Just note it doesn’t come with batteries and they cost about £10 a pair.


You can connect direct to main wired cable (transformer required if don't have one already built-in).
Also batteries die very quick if using video often. Maximum 1 week for normal use but not as advertise upto 6 month - no way!
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Used to have an Alfawise Android box which was great. Very tempting. Heat
Just note it doesn’t come with batteries and they cost about £10 a pair.
Does it alert on motion detected? Need one for Summer house where valubles are.
It says waterproof but in the Q&A it then says....

Q - Is it waterproof? Can be used outside? By Annamaria Apr-11/2019 12:20:21
A - Hello Annamaria, This is not waterproof.
migavupe17/06/2019 17:51

Just note it doesn’t come with batteries and they cost about £10 a pair.


You can connect direct to main wired cable (transformer required if don't have one already built-in).
Also batteries die very quick if using video often. Maximum 1 week for normal use but not as advertise upto 6 month - no way!
snappyfish17/06/2019 17:53

Does it alert on motion detected? Need one for Summer house where valubles …Does it alert on motion detected? Need one for Summer house where valubles are.


Yes

Backlight Compensation, Motion Detection, Night Vision, Real-time video capture and recording, Remote Control
junk1517/06/2019 17:55

You can connect direct to main wired cable (transformer required if don't …You can connect direct to main wired cable (transformer required if don't have one already built-in).Also batteries die very quick if using video often. Maximum 1 week for normal use but not as advertise upto 6 month - no way!


They are the high drain batteries so you should get a decent amount of use from them before recharging.
migavupe17/06/2019 17:51

Just note it doesn’t come with batteries and they cost about £10 a pair.


I use samsung 25r's or even cheaper ones at £2.50 a pop, plus this seems to be very low use on the energy front!
webdeals17/06/2019 17:54

It says waterproof but in the Q&A it then says....Q - Is it waterproof? …It says waterproof but in the Q&A it then says....Q - Is it waterproof? Can be used outside? By Annamaria Apr-11/2019 12:20:21A - Hello Annamaria, This is not waterproof.


It looks solid and tight but after couple of rains start works funny.
Tried 2 units - waist of time and money, bought NEST Hello - happy now.
migavupe17/06/2019 17:57

They are the high drain batteries so you should get a decent amount of use …They are the high drain batteries so you should get a decent amount of use from them before recharging.


I thought as you do but in real life it does not.
bitcoin517/06/2019 17:59

I use samsung 25r's or even cheaper ones at £2.50 a pop, plus this seems …I use samsung 25r's or even cheaper ones at £2.50 a pop, plus this seems to be very low use on the energy front!


Cheap for Samsung’s but I haven’t had to buy any for a while.
junk1517/06/2019 17:59

It looks solid and tight but after couple of rains start works funny.Tried …It looks solid and tight but after couple of rains start works funny.Tried 2 units - waist of time and money, bought NEST Hello - happy now.


The access hatch seems to be the only point not with the tooling of the top of the item, moulded to fit in the rim of the inner part, to which, I will be putting a slither of WP gaffer tape over it anyway, the batteries will last months and months, but interesting that you tried 2, were they both exchanged?
junk1517/06/2019 17:59

It looks solid and tight but after couple of rains start works funny.Tried …It looks solid and tight but after couple of rains start works funny.Tried 2 units - waist of time and money, bought NEST Hello - happy now.


Yes also installed 2 of these for customers who purchased them and provided them , and as said above they are useless !
You know the old saying.... buy cheap buy twice.
lollypoplee17/06/2019 18:04

Yes also installed 2 of these for customers who purchased them and …Yes also installed 2 of these for customers who purchased them and provided them , and as said above they are useless !You know the old saying.... buy cheap buy twice.


I would not say they are cheap!!! Seems a lot to me When you say installed, do you mean used the 2 sided tape that comes with them, to stick to the upvc frame or something else? I only posted as its mad to spend £200+ on something similar, when these can do the same job, if it don't work or gets nicked, like the Ring's do, its not a lot to loose from the door step!
migavupe17/06/2019 17:57

They are the high drain batteries so you should get a decent amount of use …They are the high drain batteries so you should get a decent amount of use from them before recharging.


Just think how much energy needed to do: stay alert 24/7 for all sensors, 24/7 WiFi connection, 24/7 chime connection, power for itself... etc and soon it see something will activate camera, microphone, sd recorder...
And when buttons pushed all links works in full power - batteries die!
I had 3 sets of batteries, tried work out best - maximum got out 8 days.
bitcoin517/06/2019 18:07

I would not say they are cheap!!! Seems a lot to me When you …I would not say they are cheap!!! Seems a lot to me When you say installed, do you mean used the 2 sided tape that comes with them, to stick to the upvc frame or something else? I only posted as its mad to spend £200+ on something similar, when these can do the same job, if it don't work or gets nicked, like the Ring's do, its not a lot to loose from the door step!


No i actually screwed them to the door frames as both customers were afraid they might get stolen.
The batteries were difficult to find at the time although they got them not me, and once the batteries were installed they died within 48 hours on both units.
To this day they are swapping the batteries every couple of days and charging the spares inbetween.
Also the delay in pressing and the phone ringing was rediculous.
I did try to find a psu fo them but the rated power was something stupid like 36v ! Im sure the instructions were wrong
bitcoin517/06/2019 18:03

The access hatch seems to be the only point not with the tooling of the …The access hatch seems to be the only point not with the tooling of the top of the item, moulded to fit in the rim of the inner part, to which, I will be putting a slither of WP gaffer tape over it anyway, the batteries will last months and months, but interesting that you tried 2, were they both exchanged?


No exchanged - bought 2 units at same time.
Plus if you delete it (app) frome your phone, phone start talking: the camera is ready to be connected, the camera is ready to be connected... If your phone is not paired to your phone and someone push the button it starts saying above - mean everyone around knows your doorbell camera is not connected.
"CPU: HiSilicon Hi3518EV200, built-in ARM926 440MHz high-speed video co-processor"


OMG a chinese spy device! /s
lollypoplee17/06/2019 18:16

No i actually screwed them to the door frames as both customers were …No i actually screwed them to the door frames as both customers were afraid they might get stolen.The batteries were difficult to find at the time although they got them not me, and once the batteries were installed they died within 48 hours on both units. To this day they are swapping the batteries every couple of days and charging the spares inbetween. Also the delay in pressing and the phone ringing was rediculous. I did try to find a psu fo them but the rated power was something stupid like 36v ! Im sure the instructions were wrong


Interesting, the working discharge rate, over a 24 hour cycle, would be around 1 40th of the value of the held 3.7-4.1v in the battery, now you have said about an adapter, I think that any 5v 1mAh+ input, would keep them above the needed rate of 2.3v (ish) so could be a solar add on for the project I have in mind!

Do you know if they are swapping 2 x 3.6v lithium charged, every couple of days, that are charged each day, as even on the worse case of the device being on for 14.4 hours, non stop recording, they would last a day?

48 hours on a 2.6v held 18650 would be hard to maintain, as they do tend to need a boost back up to 3.2v min, in other devices, anyway, for the money, not worried about how its powered, as be interesting to see what it needs to keep it going forever, maybe a simple double buggy pack out of a remote control car setup and a £4 solar input might suffice...
Ring Pro gets stolen,you lose £200,this gets stolen you lose £26,no contest.
Horrorwood17/06/2019 18:28

"CPU: HiSilicon Hi3518EV200, built-in ARM926 440MHz high-speed video …"CPU: HiSilicon Hi3518EV200, built-in ARM926 440MHz high-speed video co-processor"OMG a chinese spy device! /s


Oh no.. I better ask my elderly friend to stop badgering the Amazon driver up, in case Huawei can hear her "chat up" lines!
Gussy_Fink_Nottle17/06/2019 18:34

Ring Pro gets stolen,you lose £200,this gets stolen you lose £26,no c …Ring Pro gets stolen,you lose £200,this gets stolen you lose £26,no contest.


At least one other person on here, read the OP description, thank you
Gussy_Fink_Nottle17/06/2019 18:34

Ring Pro gets stolen,you lose £200,this gets stolen you lose £26,no c …Ring Pro gets stolen,you lose £200,this gets stolen you lose £26,no contest.


Use super glue
If you register the door bell with Ring when you buy it,if it gets stolen then you have to get a crime r3ference number and Ring will replace it FOC
dbnhants17/06/2019 18:55

If you register the door bell with Ring when you buy it,if it gets stolen …If you register the door bell with Ring when you buy it,if it gets stolen then you have to get a crime r3ference number and Ring will replace it FOC


This.
lollypoplee17/06/2019 18:16

No i actually screwed them to the door frames as both customers were …No i actually screwed them to the door frames as both customers were afraid they might get stolen.The batteries were difficult to find at the time although they got them not me, and once the batteries were installed they died within 48 hours on both units. To this day they are swapping the batteries every couple of days and charging the spares inbetween. Also the delay in pressing and the phone ringing was rediculous. I did try to find a psu fo them but the rated power was something stupid like 36v ! Im sure the instructions were wrong



3.6v is basically a lithium battery so maybe a decimal point was missing from the documentation?
Does anyone here with a Ring know if it'll record without the Ring watermark?
omgpleasespamme17/06/2019 20:12

3.6v is basically a lithium battery so maybe a decimal point was missing …3.6v is basically a lithium battery so maybe a decimal point was missing from the documentation?


Likely it is in very poor broken Chinglish!
omgpleasespamme17/06/2019 20:12

3.6v is basically a lithium battery so maybe a decimal point was missing …3.6v is basically a lithium battery so maybe a decimal point was missing from the documentation?


No way !
How the swearword could i not think of that
Soo simple but so true
omgpleasespamme17/06/2019 20:13

Does anyone here with a Ring know if it'll record without the Ring …Does anyone here with a Ring know if it'll record without the Ring watermark?


Afaik, no, it is embedded in the codex as it records whatever is being screened on it, nest and omni do the same I think!

Its a bluechip PR thing and it works
Don't buy this, battery last a few days only and battery and charger can be expensive.Detection is slow and by time you open app on phone, persons are well gone
sexysam17/06/2019 20:24

Don't buy this, battery last a few days only and battery and charger can …Don't buy this, battery last a few days only and battery and charger can be expensive.Detection is slow and by time you open app on phone, persons are well gone


Think the bit about the battery has passed sam, it uses a lot less than it needs from the batteries, so a side solar project add on might do the job, as will a 5v 1000mAh setup, which is not in the least expensive!

If you have the app on, running on android (or any ip detection camera app) is it not the other way around, that the motion detetor part, alerts you to look, while it is open and running in the background, on your phone? That is the way it looks on Gplay mock up
bitcoin517/06/2019 20:23

Afaik, no, it is embedded in the codex as it records whatever is being …Afaik, no, it is embedded in the codex as it records whatever is being screened on it, nest and omni do the same I think!Its a bluechip PR thing and it works



It's the main reason I've not bought and won't be buying one.
I was tempted a few years back, when they had a deal on, but if I record something, not really interested in it having everyone else's junk in the truck emblazed all over it, I guess its slightly different with a door bell recorder, but I am of the age, where someone opens the doors for me!!
sexysam17/06/2019 20:24

Don't buy this, battery last a few days only and battery and charger can …Don't buy this, battery last a few days only and battery and charger can be expensive.Detection is slow and by time you open app on phone, persons are well gone


100%true
These are far to unreliable to be any use tbh. Simply only work when you don't want it too etc..
What is battery 18650?? They look like AA batteries from the picture?
Not AA.

Did not get on with the app at all.
Raseo717/06/2019 22:40

What is battery 18650?? They look like AA batteries from the picture?


Pretty common rechargeable battery. Used in headtorches and vape batteries most commonly but probably make up the individual cells in your laptop battery as well
Edited by: "BraddersJ" 18th Jun
Is your elderly friend really going to replace the batteries every week and then a few months later still think it was a good purchase? My bet is they'll forget to change the batteries and then not bother. Waste of money really.
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