Black and White Wireless CCTV £9.99 at Home Bargains
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Black and White Wireless CCTV £9.99 at Home Bargains

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Found 19th Jul 2012
Black and White Wireless CCTV, says RRP £87.99 is. £9.99 at Home Bargains. Collect from store available.
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You'd probably be able to tell if your burglar was black or white with this, but that's about it.

Pointless.
Does anyone know anything about these. I cant seem to find any info on the product.
mrjoez

http://www.tesco.com/direct/wireless-black-and-white-cctv/207-6994.prd£86



Thank for finding info and a link for me mrjoez
Maybe good for internal home monitoring, such as keeping eye on kids, seems a cheap price - those needing 1080p colour video recording need not apply
good price
Great price; likely clearance since these are terrible.

Even just as a "toy" I would pay £10 for this. I cannot see it having many (any?) serious usages however.
I wonder how effective the night vision is
tropicalscot

I wonder how effective the night vision is



It isn't effective. All they do is remove the IR filter from the camera and then add infra-red LEDs.
We use them but you do need a better light source as night vision only works at 1-2m, not much more expensive than the fake ones
apparently it's good at making coffee!

(see review at bottom of page)
tesco.com/dir…132
tropicalscot

I wonder how effective the night vision is



In a Word..... nonexistent
Anyone already with an account able to confirm the delivery cost? No local stores to me.

Cheers

G
Godspeed

Anyone already with an account able to confirm the delivery cost? No … Anyone already with an account able to confirm the delivery cost? No local stores to me.CheersG


they have a page on their website with the 3 different prices that they charge for delivery. homebargains.co.uk/shi…spx I would guess that this would be a medium sized parcel so about £2.99 for postage.
Bargain. Cheers
I think it would be effective as a deterrent, perhaps alongside a motion activated light.

Not much would stop someone if they are really serious about wanting to burgle / damage your particular property. This will just move them along to another house where it's less hassle.
I'd be more interested in using it to make sure my 15 year old leaves for School on time!
If it can be connected to a TV, it can be connected to a PVR. Job done.
stupet11

I think it would be effective as a deterrent, perhaps alongside a motion … I think it would be effective as a deterrent, perhaps alongside a motion activated light. Not much would stop someone if they are really serious about wanting to burgle / damage your particular property. This will just move them along to another house where it's less hassle.



Not sure if your sure yourself.

I'm going to use it to watch the rabbits outside to make sure no cats are trying to get them.
This has got to be worth it. Deterrent plus some usefulness. Cheers op
So I assume this uses a battery? How long does it last, anyone know?

Considering getting one as some nob keeps keying cars in our area, would love to catch little ****.
could someone please explain how it works? does it record? or do you just connect it to your tv and can only watch real time.
tropicalscot

apparently it's good at making coffee!(see review at bottom of … apparently it's good at making coffee!(see review at bottom of page)http://www.tesco.com/direct/wireless-black-and-white-cctv/207-6994.prd?sc_cmp=aff_1018132#BVRRWidgetID



Had a look at there doesn't seem to be any reviews - It says "Be the first to write a review"
Worth having one by your front door, so you can see who is ringing the bell and whether it is worth getting up or not.
I've ordered one, if only for that
Ive had several wireless security cameras although not this 1, And they interfere highly with wireless routers and mobile phones, I had to turn them off at night so i could record the camera. Would like to know if this 1 is the same
Perfect hardware for me to set up a Neighbourhood Watch Alliance in my area
Is this battery powered or is it powered by mains?
So I take it from the comments that this is a no go? As I was looking around for a cctv system for home..?
£2.99 delivery seems good.

might buy two!
Will take a look
Adam2050

Not sure if your sure yourself. I'm going to use it to watch the rabbits … Not sure if your sure yourself. I'm going to use it to watch the rabbits outside to make sure no cats are trying to get them.



was thinking the same use, but for my chickens.
jordanc93

they have a page on their website with the 3 different prices that they … they have a page on their website with the 3 different prices that they charge for delivery. http://www.homebargains.co.uk/shippinginfo.aspx I would guess that this would be a medium sized parcel so about £2.99 for postage.



I've got an account.

£2.99 del, even for 6 of them.
equalityforall

Maybe good for internal home monitoring, such as keeping eye on kids, … Maybe good for internal home monitoring, such as keeping eye on kids, seems a cheap price - those needing 1080p colour video recording need not apply



Ah, I guess thats why it says B&W CCTV in the title then, clearly those that are looking for colour 1080p would have to look for a title saying "colour 1080p CCTV" (_;)
I am using an old android with motion detector pro (freebie on google-play) works really well , emails or texts a photo when detects motion
Edited by: "southpaw" 20th Jul 2012
Great deal for a B&W wireless-link cctv camera; it does appear mains operated not battery operated

Personally although this is a hands down hot deal, for my family I would look out for a colour camera with night vision
(wishlist) If it could have face recognition to and switching to a horn/alarm to scare away the junk-mail people it would be even better
good price for a 10ner, i got the wired one for 7 pound
IT SAYS WIRELESS. But doesnt give info on range etc. Is it digital? If its a complete wireless camera. then this in my opnion is a good price
It is a good price and should do some kind of a job.
I would prefer if it was batteries for the camera, rather then mains powered.
For outdoor use, it means having to drill though somewhere and the need for an electrical socket nearby.

Heat added for the price, but for those reasons, I'm Ooot.
i suspect the camera itself will need mains power so you will need a cable runing to it so its not completely wireless ?

SCART connection is also not that great because its difficult to convert scart into a signal that you can pipe to your PC which is the easiest way to manage multiple video sources (via using an Easycap USB device)
So is this Windows 3.1 compatible then?
bayhabourbutcher

i suspect the camera itself will need mains power so you will need a … i suspect the camera itself will need mains power so you will need a cable runing to it so its not completely wireless ?SCART connection is also not that great because its difficult to convert scart into a signal that you can pipe to your PC which is the easiest way to manage multiple video sources (via using an Easycap USB device)



power is easy to sypply so im happy with that. but putting this on my shed so i can see down my garden is a good thing for a tenner. i have bought will review when recieve to see what the wireless signal is like. As usually it states. It also does not have a antenae which i can see either
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