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eufy Security eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security Camera System 2-Cam Kit £297.49 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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eufy Security eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security Camera System 2-Cam Kit £297.49 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 9th Mar

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These are reduced from £359.99 and the same reduction is available direct from Eufy.
Great camera, I’ve had it over 2 months and the battery indicator is still full !!
I believe these now have internal (16GB??) storage instead of the 128GB SD card support previously? Is this user replaceable? And are the batteries removable so you can buy a spare and never experience downtime? Sorry, another question: are there any solar charging options available?
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 9th Mar
POWER1234567809/03/2020 09:29

I believe these now have internal (16GB??) storage instead of the 128GB SD …I believe these now have internal (16GB??) storage instead of the 128GB SD card support previously? Is this user replaceable? And are the batteries removable so you can buy a spare and never experience downtime? Sorry, another question: are there any solar charging options available?


Not sure if it's replaceable but additional USB storage is a future upgrade. I plan to link mine to my NAS and store recordings there.
kipster09/03/2020 09:33

Not sure if it's replaceable but additional USB storage is a future …Not sure if it's replaceable but additional USB storage is a future upgrade. I plan to link mine to my NAS and store recordings there.


But wouldn't that require purchasing another base station or is that capability already there but not currently useable?
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 9th Mar
POWER1234567809/03/2020 09:34

But wouldn't that require purchasing another base station or is that …But wouldn't that require purchasing another base station or is that capability already there but not currently useable?


From what I have read it will be a firmware update. The usb is already there so no need to replace the base station.
Is this the version with Apple HomeKit support?
Bobbba09/03/2020 10:16

Is this the version with Apple HomeKit support?


I understand that it is.
Is it any different from blink XT2?
Sounds pretty good. Was thinking about an easy CCTV system. Will have to look into it a bit more. Has anyone any other recommendations?
tommyboy8109/03/2020 16:34

Sounds pretty good. Was thinking about an easy CCTV system. Will have to …Sounds pretty good. Was thinking about an easy CCTV system. Will have to look into it a bit more. Has anyone any other recommendations?


Not a recommendation, but look at Reolink Argus range: Argus 2, Argus Pro, Argus Eco.
POWER1234567809/03/2020 09:29

I believe these now have internal (16GB??) storage instead of the 128GB SD …I believe these now have internal (16GB??) storage instead of the 128GB SD card support previously? Is this user replaceable? And are the batteries removable so you can buy a spare and never experience downtime? Sorry, another question: are there any solar charging options available?


Not removable. At least version 1 didn't have removable batteries. Also not aware of solar charging options. The Reolink Argus range has bot, removable battery and solar panels. The only issue is they do not do cloud in the UK for now (but will come soon, as available in other countries) and you need to use an SD card. Better value IMO for Reolink and good reviews but these should be great too.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Mar
sheffield78809/03/2020 18:21

Not removable. At least version 1 didn't have removable batteries. Also …Not removable. At least version 1 didn't have removable batteries. Also not aware of solar charging options. The Reolink Argus range has bot, removable battery and solar panels. The only issue is they do not do cloud in the UK for now (but will come soon, as available in other countries) and you need to use an SD card. Better value IMO for Reolink and good reviews but these should be great too.



Thanks for that. I have a full Ring set up (and very happy with it) but my son is now interested in getting a similar set up so am investigating if there is something better/cheaper out there for him. Non-removable battery is frankly ridiculous, especially if there is also no solar charging accessories available.

The battery may last a long time but who seriously wants to have to climb ladders to take down a whole camera unit simply to charge the battery? Thus leaving the area not patrolled? Daft, not forgetting if the battery also died after 13 months it's a whole new unit required...back to the drawing board.

PS Apart from about £110 what's the difference here?

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Edited by: "POWER12345678" 9th Mar
POWER1234567809/03/2020 18:27

Thanks for that. I have a full Ring set up (and very happy with it) but my …Thanks for that. I have a full Ring set up (and very happy with it) but my son is now interested in getting a similar set up so am investigating if there is something better/cheaper out there for him. Non-removable battery is frankly ridiculous, especially if there is also no solar charging accessories available. The battery may last a long time but who seriously wants to have to climb ladders to take down a whole camera unit simply to charge the battery? Thus leaving the area not patrolled? Daft, not forgetting if the battery also died after 13 months it's a whole new unit required...back to the drawing board.PS Apart from about £110 what's the difference here?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/eufy-2c-dual-camera-cctv-system-at-amazon-18999-3419801?page=1&newcomment=40074233#comments-new


I absolutely have no clue. It looks the same to me, probably the sane deal but on lightning deals now???
If money are important, I really can't see why Reolink will not be an option. Check some reviews on YouTube. I completely agree with the battery issue. Argus 2 has a magnetic base, so if by the window, you can easily take to charge. However, it is the most expensive of Argus range.
While I believe Eufy is good, I will not pay more than £150, particularly when the Argus Eco was £48 per camera. Also Argus now supports Google and probably Alexa too.
sheffield78809/03/2020 18:16

Not a recommendation, but look at Reolink Argus range: Argus 2, Argus Pro, …Not a recommendation, but look at Reolink Argus range: Argus 2, Argus Pro, Argus Eco.


Will have a look, cheers
I would look at the YouTube reviews and amazon reviews before you make your decision, the eufy has the best battery life by far...
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