Full Yale Smart Home Alarm with Camera £360.54 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

Full Yale Smart Home Alarm with Camera £360.54 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

£360.54£44519%Amazon Deals
Found 5th Jun
SR-340 Lowest price ever at Amazon. No monthly fee. Full system: 1 x Yale Smart Home Alarm Hub; 1 x Exterior Siren; 1 x Exterior Dummy Siren; 2x PIR Motion Detector; 1 x PIR Image/Video Camera; 2x Door Contact; 1 x Key Pad; 1 x Power Switch; 1 x Fixing Pack; All Batteries Included.

  • Control via smartphone or tablet - arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere via the Yale Home App.
  • Remote viewing - the Smart Home Alarm, View & control Kit includes a PIR Image Camera which captures and displays images on a smartphone or tablet.
  • Remote control - the Smart Home Alarm, View & Control Kit also includes a Power Switch that turns appliances on and off remotely via your smartphone or tablet.
  • Easy to fit - all accessories are wireless and come pre-linked to the Smart Hub for quick and easy installation.
  • Expandable - add up to 20 accessories to tailor the system to your home. Up to 6 out of 20 can be Smart accessories (PIR Image Camera, PIR Video Camera & Power Switch).
  • Part arming - set the alarm and secure downstairs while you move freely upstairs. Set-Up Requirement: For use in home with broadband connection. Homes with a router required with one free wired network port.
  • No monthly fee - putting you in control and alerting you directly means there are no monthly fees.

Basic version is available for £ 130, they are price matching (with homebase) the popular standard version £190
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hotukdeals.com/dea…454 link to the homebase deal, see comments for battery vs mains

The batteries on these are long lasting, it is a wireless kit which you install yourself, lots of expansion options too
Bought the one at 190 recently. Wondering whether to get this instead....good price.
Overpriced for what it is. I bought the £170 version reduced to £130, has a larger more sturdier pad and telephone alerts, 2door contacts and 2 sensors along with siren and dummy box. Plus have cctv with remote viewing and email alerts for £130 and on the lookout for a standard indoor camera worth motion sensor with alerts/remote viewing for under £50.
Personally feel I'm better off
Edited by: "DarkReborn11" 5th Jun
Just checked the online app and it say an firmware update is available so I'll do mine when I get home.
Got it - the alarm isn’t that loud
very flexible re install - no wires
homebase just had a 1/3rd off additional bits to add - which made it very affordable
camera isn’t great at all - 720p - not a video camera either - just takes a snapshot when activated
can disable certain functions to prolong battery life
Just paid £180 for this at homebase.
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