FLOUREON 1 X 8CH AHD 1080N DVR + 4 X 960P 1.3MP 2000TVL Camera + 1T Hard Disk Security Kit UK £54.68 Delivered (UK Warehouse) @ Gearbest
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FLOUREON 1 X 8CH AHD 1080N DVR + 4 X 960P 1.3MP 2000TVL Camera + 1T Hard Disk Security Kit UK £54.68 Delivered (UK Warehouse) @ Gearbest

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Found 28th Nov
Great price for a fully featured security cam kit. 4 Cameras included, with support for up to 8 channels.

Use code 'EUBF20-2' at checkout to receive discounted price. (Must be logged in)


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Description:

- Support P2P technology, the CCTV DVR can be linked through the internet without any complicated port mapping.
- 1080N resolution AHD DVR can provide true color high definition HD image
- 960P 1.3MP HD high resolution camera provides clear and accurate video footage both day&night
- IR-CUT filter provides true color image during daytime IR LEDs privide high quality B/W picture
- IP66 means this camera is suitable for outdoor locations.
- Excellent material of metal shell ensure its waterproof and vandalproof provide you a convenient and safe life
- Backup Via USB Drive. Remotely activate and View Via the Internet from anywhere and anytime.
- Support motion detection, send alarm information by Email.
- Support 8 channel simultaneous live viewing via your smart phone.
- Support Capture and Record in your smart phone.
- Support Cloud System For Remote Access/Support HDMI Output.
- PC surveillance software and mobile phone client are included, very easy remote network surveillance
- DVR connect 2.0MP camera, minitor will show 1080N Resolution, DVR connect 1.0MP camera, minitor will show 720P Resolution
- Easy to install, simple to use and at a low price.
- Setup a CCTV DVR security system to protect your home,shop and office.


Package Included:

- 1 X 8CH 1080N AHD HDMI H.264 CCTV DVR(Included 1TB Hard Drive)
- 4 X 1.3MP 960P 2000TVL Waterproof Outdoor Bullet Security Cameras
- 4 X Video Power Cable for Security Cameras
- 1 X 1-4 Power Splitter Cable for Cameras
- 1 X USB Mouse For DVR
- 1 X Power Supply for DVR (UK Plug)
- 1 X Power Supply for Cameras (UK Plug)
- 1 X English User's Manual
- 1 X CD Software

26 Comments

Says linked by internet?

Am I right in thinking cam can be set up wirelessly?

naz923642 s ago

Says linked by internet?Am I right in thinking cam can be set up …Says linked by internet?Am I right in thinking cam can be set up wirelessly?


No it's wired.. btw this deal with 3000TVL cameras is better:
hotukdeals.com/dea…494

naz92361 m ago

Says linked by internet?Am I right in thinking cam can be set up …Says linked by internet?Am I right in thinking cam can be set up wirelessly?



I don't think so. the box can be linked to net using router

why would anyone pay this much to gearworst - it's never going to work - if it did it would not be for long, you can not return goods or even complain if there is a problem,
Things like this need to be reliable as you don't want to be up ladders trying to find the fault and eventually ripping it all out.
I personally think up to £30 is a worthwhile risk with china company's but not on things like this.
not voted as it cheap and if reliable it could be worth it just for the hard drive

Good find but not sure how good these would be. Danger of plugs blowing up!

Isn't this one better that's already been posted for an extra £1? hotukdeals.com/dea…494

It's the same Fluoreon kit thats generally well reviewed on Amazon
OK, so returns are an issue, but £30 for a kit that normally costs £160 on Amazon and gets an average score of 4.5 stars seems a pretty worthwhile gamble to me
I bought the 3000TVL kit for £30 yesteday

Having spent a lot of time pontificating on how to get power to two cameras I bought to use with ZoneMinder I've come to the conclusion that a system with power over ethernet is the best way to go.

anyone know are they wireless or wired ? I’m confusing. Thanks

jiawen37 m ago

anyone know are they wireless or wired ? I’m confusing. Thanks


Wired... Need to run power and video cable to each one.

matthat1 h, 2 m ago

why would anyone pay this much to gearworst - it's never going to work - …why would anyone pay this much to gearworst - it's never going to work - if it did it would not be for long, you can not return goods or even complain if there is a problem, Things like this need to be reliable as you don't want to be up ladders trying to find the fault and eventually ripping it all out. I personally think up to £30 is a worthwhile risk with china company's but not on things like this.not voted as it cheap and if reliable it could be worth it just for the hard drive


From UK warehouse , can return to their too in guessing if need be

matthat1 h, 7 m ago

why would anyone pay this much to gearworst - it's never going to work - …why would anyone pay this much to gearworst - it's never going to work - if it did it would not be for long, you can not return goods or even complain if there is a problem, Things like this need to be reliable as you don't want to be up ladders trying to find the fault and eventually ripping it all out. I personally think up to £30 is a worthwhile risk with china company's but not on things like this.not voted as it cheap and if reliable it could be worth it just for the hard drive


Normally I would agree with this logic, but in this case the reviews and the YouTube videos appear to suggest these are OK, and whilst I would be worried if they were £100 or so, I think for £30-50 they are worth a punt.

One of my neighbours has just paid to have some CCTV installed and it cost well over £500 for two cameras and being honest it doesn't look a million miles away from one of these kits!!

If it were PoE I'd be over it, however given the reviews, price and video demonstrated, I think it'll be rude not to join in on the party.

HUKD

mrwhitelabel46 m ago

From UK warehouse , can return to their too in guessing if need be


Is Gearbest's "EU-17" warehouse actually located in the UK? Some other chinese retailers I've used have what they call UK warehouses located in China, so the goods are still subject to customs and handling charges if checked by customs.


There seems to be an EU warehouse and about 6 EU-xx warehouses options listed on their site, are they all in the EU, or are some based in China? Their blog only mentions the location of EU and UK-2

I note the shipping options include air mail...

Incidentally, according to comment I found on Google, You still are expected to return to china! You could register on paypal for paypal's £15 towards postage returns cost offer before ordering, which ends in december.:- paypal.com/uk/…rns
Edited by: "melted" 28th Nov

Good kit for the price, voted hot. I have a few Floureon cameras ( PTZ, POE, 18x zoom) on an Annke NVR and been very happy with them.
One thing to keep in mind if you want to invest in a CCTV system is that it should be future proof. This one I think, is at the end of its life (technology wise), hence the cheap price. While it's a good deal now, you may find out in a few years that you have to rerun all the cables if you want to upgrade to a newer technology ( POE, ONVIF compatible, etc).
Edited by: "Crw" 28th Nov

I normally advise against cheap systems bit to be honest at these prices for home users can't really compare. My hikvision, system is worth £900+ retail with Poe , NVR with 2* hard drives and 6 2mp cameras, this deal here for most offers better value

If I never switch the damned things on, £30 for 4 cameras as a visible deterrent is worth it to me

i wouldn't bother with these untis the cameras are poor and the main recorder is nothing special the os on them is like 20 years old and most times you can't even get them to work over the internet (firmware updates have crippled lot of features on these chinese units)

Perfect to see who the Mrs is shagging behind my back

morty1 h, 34 m ago

i wouldn't bother with these untis the cameras are poor and the main …i wouldn't bother with these untis the cameras are poor and the main recorder is nothing special the os on them is like 20 years old and most times you can't even get them to work over the internet (firmware updates have crippled lot of features on these chinese units)



So what?
Most cctv cameras are poor that's why they use old tech descriptions to bamboozle the customers.
Frankly , cctv is so boring that you only look at it after an incident , the interface allows this.
I got a 4 cam cheap set sub-£50 ebay a few months ago and I'm really impressed.
As already mentioned the deterrent effect is the best point of cctv and 4 cams are 4 cams.

I have a mini monitor in my parents set up next to TV in lounge, so if some one comes to the porch door, they can see in real time who it is etc. So it's not just about watching after the event. They can clearly make out who it is and decide to answer or not if necessary. Puts off door step scammers too

This deal is still on

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£153.97

What length are the cables from Cameras to DVR?

Are the cameras powered from the DVR?
Answered my own question - YES
Edited by: "coventry1966" 29th Nov

Finally bought the system was just over £56, used the code to knock a couple of quid off
Then added extra cables 40 x1 30 x3 and Insurance. Just over £70
Edited by: "coventry1966" 1st Dec

HaroFreestyler28th Nov

Normally I would agree with this logic, but in this case the reviews and …Normally I would agree with this logic, but in this case the reviews and the YouTube videos appear to suggest these are OK, and whilst I would be worried if they were £100 or so, I think for £30-50 they are worth a punt.One of my neighbours has just paid to have some CCTV installed and it cost well over £500 for two cameras and being honest it doesn't look a million miles away from one of these kits!!


It depends on how much hassle you wish to endure vs your DIY and technical ability vs your budget etc. Many Hikvision installers for instance guarantee their kit for 3 years, these are rock solid for reliability and quality and will probably last at least 5 years if not longer, but you'd probably spend around £600 for a 2 camera 2MP POE system or £800ish for 4 cameras, installed with 1TB DVR; a bit more for an NVR and/or 4MP cameras.

On the other hand a 4 camera analogue HD system like this will come in under £100 if you install it yourself. You will have to accept that these are built to a budget, with almost non existent support. You WILL have intermittent issues with the App not working specially when outside of the home WiFi network (reported in multiple reviews of this system), cameras breaking down and your needing to go up ladders etc BUT even if you need to install a whole new system every two years it will be half the cost of a pro installation long term.
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