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eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security Camera System (1080p / Alexa / HomeKit) £244.99 using code Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security Camera System (1080p / Alexa / HomeKit) £244.99 using code Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

£244.99£349.9930%Amazon Deals
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Posted 8th Jan

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Good price when using the code for this security system, which also has HomeKit integration thanks to a recent update

Use code SECURITY1at checkout

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  • 1080p Full HD:Live-stream and record footage in crystal clear 1080p HD, so you see exactly what is happening in and around your home.
  • A Year’s Security from 1 Charge: Avoid frequent trips to charge the battery and enjoy 365-day battery life from just one charge.
  • Zero Hidden Costs: Designed to protect your home as well as your wallet, eufyCam 2 is a one-time purchase that combines security with convenience.
  • Advanced Night Vision: The state-of-the-art Sony sensor allows for detailed recordings and streaming in low-light scenarios.
  • Ready for Any Weather: With an IP67 weatherproof-rating, eufyCam 2 is built to withstand the elements.
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Great cameras! I got some before Christmas so this deal is hurting me. Could have saved £105
I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If you're not bothered with Alexa or Google, I think Reolink is better value. Particularly the wireless ones such as Reolink Argus 2, Argus Pro or Argus Eco.
I posted a deal from Amazon, but I've got mine directly from Reolink, cheaper than at Amazon at that time, paid £52 for Argus Pro delivered from Germany.
Here is the link for the Eco one, you get 2 for £100.
hotukdeals.com/dea…962
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Jan
Looks good. Looking for wireless and reasonable image quality. Main feature for me is detection alert for when i'm away from home.
I keep customers goods in a summer house where i work from and would like to alert police should anyone be in my garden i don't know.

And I live down the end of a no walk area so no one should be down there unless neighbours or maintenace guys.
sheffield78808/01/2020 15:44

I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If …I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If you're not bothered with Alexa or Google, I think Reolink is better value. Particularly the wireless ones such as Reolink Argus 2, Argus Pro or Argus Eco.I posted a deal from Amazon, but I've got mine directly from Reolink, cheaper than at Amazon at that time, paid £52 for Argus Pro delivered from Germany.Here is the link for the Eco one, you get 2 for £100.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/reolink-argus-eco-totally-wireless-1080p-outdoor-camera-5999-sold-by-reolink-eu-via-amazon-3375962


True, Reolink has better resolution for same price, both are local storage only, Anker has fixed batteries which is ridiculous, once battery dies or start to malfunction camera goes to the bin unless you are capable of DIY repairs.Some of Reolink cameras can work with Synology Survilaince system which is another plus for that brand despite I must say that my C2 Pro model developed green screen fault after one week of usage.
Finally bit the bullet and bought this over the blink xt2. Thanks.
sheffield78808/01/2020 15:44

I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If …I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If you're not bothered with Alexa or Google, I think Reolink is better value. Particularly the wireless ones such as Reolink Argus 2, Argus Pro or Argus Eco.I posted a deal from Amazon, but I've got mine directly from Reolink, cheaper than at Amazon at that time, paid £52 for Argus Pro delivered from Germany.Here is the link for the Eco one, you get 2 for £100.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/reolink-argus-eco-totally-wireless-1080p-outdoor-camera-5999-sold-by-reolink-eu-via-amazon-3375962


Re: Reolink

They seem to have deleted what ever the deal was on that link.

I have seen comparison reviews of the Argus on YouTube and the video quality certainly does look good, but these bad reviews put me off amazon.co.uk/pro…ews
Edited by: "DubDriver" 9th Jan
DubDriver09/01/2020 03:25

Re: ReolinkThey seem to have deleted what ever the deal was on that link.I …Re: ReolinkThey seem to have deleted what ever the deal was on that link.I have seen comparison reviews of the Argus on YouTube and the video quality certainly does look good, but these bad reviews put me off https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B07999Z3M3/ref=acr_dp_hist_1?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=one_star&reviewerType=all_reviews#reviews-filter-bar


Reolink does not pay HUKD probably so they don't allow it here. Well, they started to allow it a week ago and now they change their mind.
With regards to the reviews, don't know what to say, but there are more happy customers than the not happy ones. I have a £50 Reolink, not used yet, I will start using that and make a decision if I need more depending how good or bad it is. To me most of the reviews on line suggest it is a good brand.
Anyone recommend eufy or reolink with local storage and echo show enabled cameras? I'm selling my blink (mistake purchase) as I need longer storage locally preferably and show enabled as well
sheffield78808/01/2020 15:44

I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If …I voted hot for the brand, but I think these are a bit expensive. If you're not bothered with Alexa or Google, I think Reolink is better value. Particularly the wireless ones such as Reolink Argus 2, Argus Pro or Argus Eco.I posted a deal from Amazon, but I've got mine directly from Reolink, cheaper than at Amazon at that time, paid £52 for Argus Pro delivered from Germany.Here is the link for the Eco one, you get 2 for £100.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/reolink-argus-eco-totally-wireless-1080p-outdoor-camera-5999-sold-by-reolink-eu-via-amazon-3375962


Don’t these only have internal memory only though(?) rather than recording to a base station, meaning better security for the Eufy as you can store footage away from the camera in case the camera is destroyed or removed (I appreciate it may have an alarm built in but could still happen).
Tempted to get a couple of packs of these as I need 4 cameras.
Got the original ones of these via Kickstarter. Bit bummed that some of the promised features never made it to the product, but they have constantly updated the App and software since I got them

They have been rock solid for me, with the exception of the schdules to prevent push notifications during the school run hours (living 3 doors from a primary school), these were fixed, then broken again!

Real life battery life for me has been 6-8 months which I'm more than happy about!
ghow00709/01/2020 15:53

Don’t these only have internal memory only though(?) rather than recording …Don’t these only have internal memory only though(?) rather than recording to a base station, meaning better security for the Eufy as you can store footage away from the camera in case the camera is destroyed or removed (I appreciate it may have an alarm built in but could still happen).Tempted to get a couple of packs of these as I need 4 cameras.


They have internal memory and Reolink are working on their cloud. Cloud service is available in US, Canada and Australia, but not in Europe due to GDPR.
I agree with you, things can happen, but in the same time when other products come with cloud, people are not happy they have to pay for subscription. May not be ideal, but in the same time the price is good, especially if you need a few.
Nayno09/01/2020 10:52

Anyone recommend eufy or reolink with local storage and echo show enabled …Anyone recommend eufy or reolink with local storage and echo show enabled cameras? I'm selling my blink (mistake purchase) as I need longer storage locally preferably and show enabled as well


Is Blink not compatible with Echo Show? I was under the impression they are. As far as I am aware, Eufy works with Alexa, but I can tell you for sure, Reolink only works with Alexa in US, Canada and Australia, where they have cloud as well.
sheffield78809/01/2020 19:10

They have internal memory and Reolink are working on their cloud. Cloud …They have internal memory and Reolink are working on their cloud. Cloud service is available in US, Canada and Australia, but not in Europe due to GDPR. I agree with you, things can happen, but in the same time when other products come with cloud, people are not happy they have to pay for subscription. May not be ideal, but in the same time the price is good, especially if you need a few.


I think that’s my point. Reolink internal memory in the camera only at the moment, and IF a cloud based system for the camera is brought to the UK then it is bound to be chargeable like pretty much all other cloud based recording systems.
so with this Eufy camera, it records locally to the hub which can be hidden in your house, and there is no additional charge for this, and it can be accessed over WiFi too, so best of both really.
ghow00709/01/2020 19:24

I think that’s my point. Reolink internal memory in the camera only at the …I think that’s my point. Reolink internal memory in the camera only at the moment, and IF a cloud based system for the camera is brought to the UK then it is bound to be chargeable like pretty much all other cloud based recording systems.so with this Eufy camera, it records locally to the hub which can be hidden in your house, and there is no additional charge for this, and it can be accessed over WiFi too, so best of both really.


I agree. There are advantages and disadvantages, maybe not fair to compare a £250 product to £100 Reolink (2 cameras). The issue is if you need 3-4 cameras, Eufy will be very expensive. As it is made by Anker, I was expecting the price to be much lower. I will definitely pay £150 for this instead of £100 for Reolink, but the difference in price is huge IMO. Maybe justified, I do not know, but for example one thing I do not like at Eufy is it has fixed batteries. I think a better comparison will be in between Blink and Reolink.
Reolink cloud basic plan is free, up to 7 days video recording history, up to 1GB. However, we dont know how will be once it comes in the UK.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Jan
sheffield78809/01/2020 19:13

Is Blink not compatible with Echo Show? I was under the impression they …Is Blink not compatible with Echo Show? I was under the impression they are. As far as I am aware, Eufy works with Alexa, but I can tell you for sure, Reolink only works with Alexa in US, Canada and Australia, where they have cloud as well.


Blink does work with show but not how I want camera system to work. Theor online storage is very short. And it's not 24/7 recording. Only alert recording.
Nayno09/01/2020 19:37

Blink does work with show but not how I want camera system to work. Theor …Blink does work with show but not how I want camera system to work. Theor online storage is very short. And it's not 24/7 recording. Only alert recording.


Thanks! But if somebody triggers the camera, will it automatically display it on the Show? Thank you!
sheffield78809/01/2020 20:08

Thanks! But if somebody triggers the camera, will it automatically display …Thanks! But if somebody triggers the camera, will it automatically display it on the Show? Thank you!


Not too sure to be honest. Never tested. I just was trigger happy ordering and too late to take it back. Only to realise no 24/7 recording.
I believe the reolink also has nvr which can record 24/7 which I may consider depending price.
Like comments above Eufy may be expensive when adding cameras.
Nayno09/01/2020 20:27

Not too sure to be honest. Never tested. I just was trigger happy ordering …Not too sure to be honest. Never tested. I just was trigger happy ordering and too late to take it back. Only to realise no 24/7 recording. I believe the reolink also has nvr which can record 24/7 which I may consider depending price. Like comments above Eufy may be expensive when adding cameras.


If you're considering Reolink wireless, the best of all seems to be Argus 2. May worth to check on their site once in a while, got mine (Argus Pro) about £20 cheaper from them compare with Amazon. They also gave me first order discount. Don't ask me how it is as it is in the cupboard, still sealed
sheffield78809/01/2020 20:31

If you're considering Reolink wireless, the best of all seems to be Argus …If you're considering Reolink wireless, the best of all seems to be Argus 2. May worth to check on their site once in a while, got mine (Argus Pro) about £20 cheaper from them compare with Amazon. They also gave me first order discount. Don't ask me how it is as it is in the cupboard, still sealed


Haha.
Yeah I'm looking into wireless ones. I have bnc cables from old system running to all locations in the house. Back, front, inside. I'm gonna use the power from it to power the cameras. Link them to the nvr wirelessly and bingo 24/7 recording.
I was also contemplating swann but reading reviews about support and outdated interface steering me away.
I was going to get a ring door bell, what would be the benefits of getting this instead guys?
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