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Eufy Security, eufyCam 2C, 180 day battery indoor/outdoor cctv 2 camera and hub £199 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 27th Jan

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£50 off voucher bringing it down to £199 for 2 camera and base unit. Great reviews and great price.
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Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which brings it to 157.79 including shipping.
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Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which brings it to 157.79 including shipping.
Interested to hear people's thoughts on this system in comparison to the YI home cameras or others. How are the notifications?
What happens after the 180 day battery dies?
ian1827/01/2020 15:45

Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which …Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which brings it to 157.79 including shipping.


Under £160 on Amazon DE seems a decent deal. I often compare the specs and the price of these with Reolink Argus and come to the conclusion than 2 x Reolink (£100-£140) are better value than £200+ on these, however the price on Amazon DE is quite tempting now. I still like the idea of removable battery on Reolink.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan
Voted hot for the brand and also glad the price is coming down. I still believe Reolink Argus models are better value. You can get the Reolink Eco now for just under £49 per piece on Amazon. Same as these, the Eco does not have a removable battery (which IMO is a let down on both, however more chances to keep dry inside) but you can get the Reolink solar panel for £20 on sale on Amazon now. So, £140 for 2 x Reolink Eco and 2 panels, vs £200 on these. Shame no Eufy solar panels available, can't believe they did not consider this so far, not sure if they will work with generic ones.
Somebody pointed out these on Amazon DE for under £160 which I think is a great deal. Reolink Argus 2 and Argus Pro have removable batteries, which I think is a plus, they do work with solar panels too and if you're lucky you can get them for £55-£75 each. The disadvantage is Reolink still does not work with Google, Alexa and cloud storage in The UK.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan
SweatySock27/01/2020 16:04

What happens after the 180 day battery dies?


You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it somewhere easy to reach. A let down IMO vs other systems with removable batteries, but I guess the advantage is less chances to get water inside the cameras. What I find ridiculous is Eufy did not think to make any compatible solar panels.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan
sheffield78827/01/2020 16:29

You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it …You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it somewhere easy to reach. A let down IMO vs other systems with removable batteries, but I guess the advantage is less chances to get water inside the cameras. What I find ridiculous is Eufy did not think to make any compatible solar panels.


So what stops the bad guys taking it off the wall and walking away with it?
sheffield78827/01/2020 16:29

You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it …You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it somewhere easy to reach. A let down IMO vs other systems with removable batteries, but I guess the advantage is less chances to get water inside the cameras. What I find ridiculous is Eufy did not think to make any compatible solar panels.


I’d rather fit mine up a ladder out of reach but in reach with the use of a ladder

More logical
SweatySock27/01/2020 16:37

So what stops the bad guys taking it off the wall and walking away with it?


You put it high up, so you reach it from your upper floor window. What stops the bad guys to do the same with other brands, it's exactly the same. Even with the wired ones they can do the same. What can stop them is you see them via the app and shout at them, not that will care, but it has integrated siren, you can talk back, so they may give up thinking you've recorded them.
ashmac27/01/2020 16:42

I’d rather fit mine up a ladder out of reach but in reach with the use of a …I’d rather fit mine up a ladder out of reach but in reach with the use of a ladder More logical


Why more logical? When I said 'easy to reach', I was referring easy for you to reach, not for others.
I rather fit mine next to the window at the 3rd floor, so difficult for others to reach eveb with a ladder and easy for me to reach it from the window.
If I was to fit it somewhere randomly, easy to reach to everyone, I would have got a Reolink camera for £50 and a wireless doorbell for £5 and use it the same way as Ring doorbell, saving £100. But I can't, as will be on everyones reach.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan
ian1827/01/2020 15:45

Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which …Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which brings it to 157.79 including shipping.


Do you have a link please?
sheffield78827/01/2020 16:44

You put it high up, so you reach it from your upper floor window. What …You put it high up, so you reach it from your upper floor window. What stops the bad guys to do the same with other brands, it's exactly the same. Even with the wired ones they can do the same. What can stop them is you see them via the app and shout at them, not that will care, but it has integrated siren, you can talk back, so they may give up thinking you've recorded them.


I'm not being funny but is that safe? You have it outside a third floor window and lean out to change it? Why not have a fixed wired solution, would that not be better? I don't have either so just interested in the pros and cons
ian1827/01/2020 15:45

Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which …Cheaper last week at 179 and it is that price in Euros on Amazon DE. Which brings it to 157.79 including shipping.


Thanks for the heads up just cancelled and reordered from Amazon.de saving £40!
One advantage of these over others is the Apple HomeKit compatibility.
I’d rather have a wired system that is screwed to the wall and cannot be removed, and doesn’t need to be removed.
Currently looking at purchasing a Hikvision system 5mp
HotBot27/01/2020 17:43

https://www.amazon.de/eufy-%C3%9Cberwachungskamera-Akkulaufzeit-wetterfest-Doppel-Kamera-Set/dp/B07W4MY7HL


Thanks worked a treat got it for £157.39 using Monzo.
Tempted with these as keen to get some HomeKit enabled cameras, thing that’s puts me off is I want 24/7 recording. I guess that’s asking too much for wireless cameras?
SweatySock27/01/2020 17:00

I'm not being funny but is that safe? You have it outside a third floor …I'm not being funny but is that safe? You have it outside a third floor window and lean out to change it? Why not have a fixed wired solution, would that not be better? I don't have either so just interested in the pros and cons


I particularly do not want a wired version, this is the main feature for me when looking to get a camera. Just personal choice. I do not want wires, I do not want to drill holes in my wall either. Nothing wrong with it, I just don't like it. Also, if I change my mind, I can remove it easy and move it somewhere else.

With regards to safety, I have to use my own judgement. I can fit it as 3rd floor, or second floor. At 3rd floor may even be too high up to detect motion, I will have to see. If not safe, I will use a ladder, but where I want to fit is seems safe to me to do it from the window. I will only know at the time. I certainly cannot climb with a ladder to the 3rd floor and lucky me, do not have lunch a long ladder, otherwise who knows, I may have the brilliant idea to climb up .
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan
How easy is it to return them to Amazon Germany if I need to please?
Pity I don't need the hub. Would be a waste of money for me. I have 3 cameras, only 2 up and running, bought a third last week. Excellentbit of kit, glad I backed it on kickstarter.
I was hoping there would be a code that I could take from the uk site to the German site but unfortunately..
sheffield78827/01/2020 16:29

You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it …You take the camera off the wall and charge it. So, you have to fit it somewhere easy to reach. A let down IMO vs other systems with removable batteries, but I guess the advantage is less chances to get water inside the cameras. What I find ridiculous is Eufy did not think to make any compatible solar panels.


You can run them via any power source including solar, just need USB
SweatySock27/01/2020 16:37

So what stops the bad guys taking it off the wall and walking away with it?


An alarm can sound on the camera.
ian1827/01/2020 21:31

You can run them via any power source including solar, just need USB


Yes, my understanding is you can use any solar panel as far as it outputs 5V. What about if it has 1,2A at 5V instead of 2,4 A will this charge the camera enough? Thanks!
I have this set, bought in December. Got it for £130 with a double discount glitch but yes I would say £160 is still a great price.
Main thing is they have local storage as my Arlo cameras stop working when my WiFi dies and also during winter when the batteries hardly last when moisture gets in. Not had to charge them since fitting them and showing maximum capacity. Has been 1.5 months so far.
No cloud storage in Europe, I think you are meant to be able to switch to USA and get cloud recording.

Edit: cloud storage is now there.
Edited by: "twe" 19th Feb
HotBot27/01/2020 17:43

https://www.amazon.de/eufy-%C3%9Cberwachungskamera-Akkulaufzeit-wetterfest-Doppel-Kamera-Set/dp/B07W4MY7HL


€207.44 including shipping I get around £180 if I pay in GBP or £175 if I bother to use my Revolut?
Liking the idea of this CCTV system
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sheffield78827/01/2020 16:25

Voted hot for the brand and also glad the price is coming down. I still …Voted hot for the brand and also glad the price is coming down. I still believe Reolink Argus models are better value. You can get the Reolink Eco now for just under £49 per piece on Amazon. Same as these, the Eco does not have a removable battery (which IMO is a let down on both, however more chances to keep dry inside) but you can get the Reolink solar panel for £20 on sale on Amazon now. So, £140 for 2 x Reolink Eco and 2 panels, vs £200 on these. Shame no Eufy solar panels available, can't believe they did not consider this so far, not sure if they will work with generic ones.Somebody pointed out these on Amazon DE for under £160 which I think is a great deal. Reolink Argus 2 and Argus Pro have removable batteries, which I think is a plus, they do work with solar panels too and if you're lucky you can get them for £55-£75 each. The disadvantage is Reolink still does not work with Google, Alexa and cloud storage in The UK.



Just bought 3 reolink Argus eco and 3 solar panels for £193 delivered Direct from reolink. Seem decent thanks.
BigTool4U28/01/2020 06:45

€207.44 including shipping I get around £180 if I pay in GBP or £175 if I b …€207.44 including shipping I get around £180 if I pay in GBP or £175 if I bother to use my Revolut?


That is because it was on deal of the day and has now expired.
Has the £50 off voucher expired on Amazon UK?
Have noticed that the eufy app allows cloud storage to now, this is new. Cheapest option is 10 cameras for £78 annual.
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