Blink XT Home Security Camera (Indoor/Outdoor) for Your Smartphone with Motion Detection, HD Video, Battery Powered, and Cloud Storage Included (2 Pack XT) - Immedia Semiconductor, LLC - Europe fulfilled byAmazon £206.39 dld
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Blink XT Home Security Camera (Indoor/Outdoor) for Your Smartphone with Motion Detection, HD Video, Battery Powered, and Cloud Storage Included (2 Pack XT) - Immedia Semiconductor, LLC - Europe fulfilled byAmazon £206.39 dld

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  • Weatherproof technology - Blink XT is IP-65 rated to ensure that the water-resistant unit delivers clear, HD quality video no matter the conditions.
  • Totally wireless; powered by 2 AA Lithium batteries (included) and data is sent over Wi-Fi
  • Infrared night vision - Allows for round-the-clock surveillance, day or night.
  • Alexa and IFTTT enabled; Control Blink with your voice or link to other IFTTT compatible home devices such as Google Home
  • What's in the box: Two Blink XT cameras, one Blink sync unit, two camera mounting ki
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was £191 if you search previous deals
Edited by: "gaz_marshall" 11th Feb
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gaz_marshall12 m ago

was £191 if you search previous deals


This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of £239.99. I can't get too excited at any price tbh. Poor Alexa integration, flimsy bracket and potential substandard night vision mean the system is a non starter for me. Some people like them though as there is no monthly sub and battery life is very impressive.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 11th Feb
These are a great bit of kit.
Alexa integration is quite good with Iftt. Night vision isn't that bad, depends on your setup there I think. Good battery life, so can install anywhere which is nice. OlliSt is right though, it needs a better bracket..

However, not the best price ever...
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inertia6 h, 37 m ago

These are a great bit of kit.Alexa integration is quite good with Iftt. …These are a great bit of kit.Alexa integration is quite good with Iftt. Night vision isn't that bad, depends on your setup there I think. Good battery life, so can install anywhere which is nice. OlliSt is right though, it needs a better bracket.. However, not the best price ever...


I still can't believe that there's no real information on this kit being able to display camera video on Echo Show or Spot. It makes no sense to me at all. I would have thought firmware could sort out this, but there's nothing to suggest that is in the pipeline.
OllieSt3 h, 49 m ago

I still can't believe that there's no real information on this kit being …I still can't believe that there's no real information on this kit being able to display camera video on Echo Show or Spot. It makes no sense to me at all. I would have thought firmware could sort out this, but there's nothing to suggest that is in the pipeline.


Amazon have just bought blink so imagine all integration will be available soon....
Edited by: "inertia" 11th Feb
OllieSt9 h, 39 m ago

This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of …This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of £239.99. I can't get too excited at any price tbh. Poor Alexa integration, flimsy bracket and potential substandard night vision mean the system is a non starter for me. Some people like them though as there is no monthly sub and battery life is very impressive.


Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.
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inertia49 m ago

Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available …Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available soon....


I know they have, but reading the Blink forums doesn't give too much confidence.
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dudwood_fudwood7 h, 31 m ago

Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market …Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.


I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interesting


Here's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Feb
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Actually I think I may have stumbled upon a decent setup with Ezviz

They are Hikvision who have a good reputation, Alexa seems hit and miss but IFTTT is available
Edited by: "OllieSt" 11th Feb
OllieSt14 h, 31 m ago

I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the …I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card


Thank you.
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