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Nest Cam Outdoor only £139 with free delivery direct from Google UK Store
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Nest Cam Outdoor only £139 with free delivery direct from Google UK Store

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Posted 8th Jul
This is the original Outdoor Cam not the much more expensive IQ version. Normally £179 but currently £159 at John Lewis and Currys. The Google online store has these for £139 with free delivery.

Can be used indoors or outdoors and records at 1080p. A nest aware subscription is required for continuous recording with history of more than 3 hours. We have a 5 day history subscription which is on a per camera basis.The more cameras you have the cheaper it gets. Pay annually and it’s cheaper still. Our indoor camera has been fantastic and after a spate of car thefts in our area where the keys were stolen from inside the houses we’ve decided to add one of these outdoor cameras.
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Had this camera from day one of release. Best camera I’ve used, reliable and excellent quality. if I didn’t have the hello doorbell I’d have another one of these out front at this price!

For those thinking about commenting on the ‘subscription’ costs, no one cares. Heat!
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Had this camera from day one of release. Best camera I’ve used, reliable and excellent quality. if I didn’t have the hello doorbell I’d have another one of these out front at this price!

For those thinking about commenting on the ‘subscription’ costs, no one cares. Heat!
mugginn08/07/2019 10:02

Had this camera from day one of release. Best camera I’ve used, reliable a …Had this camera from day one of release. Best camera I’ve used, reliable and excellent quality. if I didn’t have the hello doorbell I’d have another one of these out front at this price!For those thinking about commenting on the ‘subscription’ costs, no one cares. Heat!


Will probably add a Nest Hello too to be honest. Was gonna wait to see if they release a newer version with a bundled transformer.

Ref your comments on the subscription I totally agree with you. Having recordings stored safely in the cloud in the event of trouble is a godsend and offers peace of mind.
bouttime208/07/2019 10:05

Will probably add a Nest Hello too to be honest. Was gonna wait to see if …Will probably add a Nest Hello too to be honest. Was gonna wait to see if they release a newer version with a bundled transformer.Ref your comments on the subscription I totally agree with you. Having recordings stored safely in the cloud in the event of trouble is a godsend and offers peace of mind.


I was on the same mindset, holding out for a v2, but grabbed v1 at a great price and it’s fantastic.

The 24/7 recording is just perfect, and at £40 a year for a weeks storage I really don’t see why people hate on it so much. My best guess is they simply haven’t tried it for themselves.

If you don’t have a transformer you can grab a wired power supply from amazon for approx £10. Handy if you don’t have the wiring and there’s a nearby socket!
mugginn08/07/2019 10:08

I was on the same mindset, holding out for a v2, but grabbed v1 at a great …I was on the same mindset, holding out for a v2, but grabbed v1 at a great price and it’s fantastic. The 24/7 recording is just perfect, and at £40 a year for a weeks storage I really don’t see why people hate on it so much. My best guess is they simply haven’t tried it for themselves. If you don’t have a transformer you can grab a wired power supply from amazon for approx £10. Handy if you don’t have the wiring and there’s a nearby socket!


Do you use Google Homes or Home Minis for a chime? If so how long is the delay?

Will be looking to get on of the new Nest Hub Max when they are released which should work well with a Nest Hello. Cheers.
bouttime208/07/2019 10:18

Do you use Google Homes or Home Minis for a chime? If so how long is the …Do you use Google Homes or Home Minis for a chime? If so how long is the delay?Will be looking to get on of the new Nest Hub Max when they are released which should work well with a Nest Hello. Cheers.


Yes! I have the little minis in most rooms with the chime activated as well as the home hub on the top floor in my office which is brilliant. There is a very short delay, but nothing to be annoyed about, in fact it works out better for me as I can reply with the automated “be right there” then run down the stairs where as before I was often too slow and whoever calling had vanished

I’m also waiting to grab a max as it will be great to double up the visual doorbell functionality downstairs in addition to an indoor camera.

Can’t fault Nest, have the thermostats too and their customer service is amazing. I was a little annoyed they didn’t release the temperature sensors in the U.K. though
Edited by: "mugginn" 8th Jul
I have been using nest doorbell for few months now and is very happy with it. The delay between bell press and notification is few seconds and i think its expected. Heat added!
mugginn08/07/2019 10:23

Yes! I have the little minis in most rooms with the chime activated as …Yes! I have the little minis in most rooms with the chime activated as well as the home hub on the top floor in my office which is brilliant. There is a very short delay, but nothing to be annoyed about, in fact it works out better for me as I can reply with the automated “be right there” then run down the stairs where as before I was often too slow and whoever calling had vanished I’m also waiting to grab a max as it will be great to double up the visual doorbell functionality downstairs in addition to an indoor camera. Can’t fault Nest, have the thermostats too and their customer service is amazing. I was a little annoyed they didn’t release the temperature sensors in the U.K. though


The only dissapointing thing about the nest Hub Max is the lack of nighttime IR recording functionality. So it can't fully replace a dedicated security camera. A work around I plan to implement is another motion sensor for the existing Hue Bulbs. In the event of movement they will simply light the room up at night for the camera on the hub.
bouttime208/07/2019 10:37

The only dissapointing thing about the nest Hub Max is the lack of …The only dissapointing thing about the nest Hub Max is the lack of nighttime IR recording functionality. So it can't fully replace a dedicated security camera. A work around I plan to implement is another motion sensor for the existing Hue Bulbs. In the event of movement they will simply light the room up at night for the camera on the hub.


You’re joking! I didn’t know about this, that is disappointing. That’s a good workaround though with regards to the motion sensor. Cheers!
mugginn08/07/2019 10:43

You’re joking! I didn’t know about this, that is disappointing. That’s a go …You’re joking! I didn’t know about this, that is disappointing. That’s a good workaround though with regards to the motion sensor. Cheers!


Yeah I was looking at the release notes and thinking this is too good to be true. It appeared to do everything I wanted. A decent music speaker, a chime, a display, a security camera and monitor, a Google Home etc....

Then I read a review that pointed out the camera had no IR function.

But like I said the Philips Hue Lights and an additional motion sensor will take care of that.
It's interesting for me that the negative comments regarding Nest usually always come from those that haven't used them. I was the same before I took the plunge as I have a Synology NAS at home that I wanted to record to. But that NAS is very likely to get nicked during a burglary which would render the camera(s) useless.
bouttime208/07/2019 10:56

It's interesting for me that the negative comments regarding Nest usually …It's interesting for me that the negative comments regarding Nest usually always come from those that haven't used them. I was the same before I took the plunge as I have a Synology NAS at home that I wanted to record to. But that NAS is very likely to get nicked during a burglary which would render the camera(s) useless.


Exactly! Nest even have an insurance scheme in place in the US off the back of this feature, I.e replacement if you’re equipment is stolen - they review the footage and validate the claim. Hoping they include the U.K. in that very soon too!
Donniey08/07/2019 11:15

wired.co.uk/article/nest-lag-issuesAnyone had these issues?


Not me. But looking at the subreddit for Nest a number of US users complain about outages. We've been using our indoor camera for a couple of years now and not had any issues that I can recall.

We also have nest Protect smoke alarms and a thermostat and they have behaved impeccably. My only criticism is the camera scheduler doesn't play well with Nest away. For example if we get home late at night after the camera is scheduled to be on, it will turn off when it senses we are home. I want it to stick to the schedule. Its a little annoying.
Edited by: "bouttime2" 8th Jul
bouttime208/07/2019 11:44

Not me. But looking at the subreddit for Nest a number of US users …Not me. But looking at the subreddit for Nest a number of US users complain about outages. We've been using our indoor camera for a couple of years now and not had any issues that I can recall.We also have nest Protect smoke alarms and a thermostat and they have behaved impeccably. My only criticism is the camera scheduler doesn't play well with Nest away. For example if we get home late at night after the camera is scheduled to be on, it will turn off when it senses we are home. I want it to stick to the schedule. Its a little annoying.


Ah ok thanks for the response. I'm really on the fence with all the NEST kit as the reviews online for support are really bad and as above the company are currently going through a merger (Which I understand has been going on for a number of years).
Donniey08/07/2019 13:58

Ah ok thanks for the response. I'm really on the fence with all the NEST …Ah ok thanks for the response. I'm really on the fence with all the NEST kit as the reviews online for support are really bad and as above the company are currently going through a merger (Which I understand has been going on for a number of years).


For a little clarity the merger you’ve read about is the rebranding of nest into Google Nest. Google have actually owned nest for a number of years. The original cameras were developed by Dropcam which was bought by nest who at that time had developed their smart learning Thermostat.

I don’t foresee any issues. The ‘works with nest’ function will become ‘works with google’.
mugginn08/07/2019 10:23

Yes! I have the little minis in most rooms with the chime activated as …Yes! I have the little minis in most rooms with the chime activated as well as the home hub on the top floor in my office which is brilliant. There is a very short delay, but nothing to be annoyed about, in fact it works out better for me as I can reply with the automated “be right there” then run down the stairs where as before I was often too slow and whoever calling had vanished I’m also waiting to grab a max as it will be great to double up the visual doorbell functionality downstairs in addition to an indoor camera. Can’t fault Nest, have the thermostats too and their customer service is amazing. I was a little annoyed they didn’t release the temperature sensors in the U.K. though


How big's the house?!
Donniey08/07/2019 13:58

Ah ok thanks for the response. I'm really on the fence with all the NEST …Ah ok thanks for the response. I'm really on the fence with all the NEST kit as the reviews online for support are really bad and as above the company are currently going through a merger (Which I understand has been going on for a number of years).


I can vouch for their support. I have x3 thermostats and one went dodgy after a year or so. Nest support did some remote tests then simply sent out a replacement no questions asked. I also wanted to prioritise the temperature of a nursery and had called to enquire about the U.K. availability of the temperature sensors. I was advised it’s a US only product and as a good Will gesture they sent me a backplate to allow me to hotswap between wall and stand without having to adjust any wiring.

Highly rate their customer service, be nice and they’ll be nice too, like most places 👌
I was going to post this myself as I ordered yesterday but I selfishly waited for mine to be delivered today to make sure I got mine.
Would love to see a decent discount on the outdoor IQ
bouttime208/07/2019 10:18

Do you use Google Homes or Home Minis for a chime? If so how long is the …Do you use Google Homes or Home Minis for a chime? If so how long is the delay?Will be looking to get on of the new Nest Hub Max when they are released which should work well with a Nest Hello. Cheers.


I have both a regular chime and a bunch of Google homes. The Google homes go off around 2-3 seconds after the chime, so not that much of a delay.
This is the chime that I have

Ding Dong Chime amazon.co.uk/dp/…JV3
Where do I find pricing for additional cameras? Looking to find out how much 1 doorbell and 2 outdoor cameras subscription would cost with 30 day retention
kevyn09/07/2019 06:52

Where do I find pricing for additional cameras? Looking to find out how …Where do I find pricing for additional cameras? Looking to find out how much 1 doorbell and 2 outdoor cameras subscription would cost with 30 day retention


nest.com/uk/…re/

Swipe across to change sub period between 5, 10 and 30 days.

It's cheaper to pay up front. You may need to contact Google/Nest to find out the discount for additional cameras. I'll be able to tell you later if I get my second camera installed.
bouttime209/07/2019 06:55

https://nest.com/uk/cameras/nest-aware/Swipe across to change sub period …https://nest.com/uk/cameras/nest-aware/Swipe across to change sub period between 5, 10 and 30 days.It's cheaper to pay up front. You may need to contact Google/Nest to find out the discount for additional cameras. I'll be able to tell you later if I get my second camera installed.


I'm only seeing the regular price...I thought it was cheaper for additional cameras?
kevyn09/07/2019 06:57

I'm only seeing the regular price...I thought it was cheaper for …I'm only seeing the regular price...I thought it was cheaper for additional cameras?


It is. Just not sure how much yet.

support.google.com/goo…-GB.

If you purchased all your subscriptions on an annual or monthly basis, you’ll only get a discount for multiple cameras in the same home if they also have the same video history length. If you have more than one home in the Nest app, the first subscription purchased in each home will be full price, and subscriptions purchased for additional cameras in the same home will receive the discount. You’ll be able to see the pricing when you check out in the Nest Store.

If you purchased Nest Aware subscriptions from one of our partners, contact them to learn about any discounts they may offer for multiple cameras.

Note: If you purchased a pre-paid Nest Aware service bundle, such as a Nest Hello video doorbell and Nest Aware bundle, it includes 1-year pre-paid Nest Aware service with 5-day video history. It won’t apply towards discounts for multiple cameras and its video history length can’t be changed.
Edited by: "bouttime2" 9th Jul
Mines installed already. Power cable through an upstairs latched window until next week when I'll fit an external rcd socket. Have to say that was very fast delivery.
mugginn08/07/2019 10:08

If you don’t have a transformer you can grab a wired power supply from a …If you don’t have a transformer you can grab a wired power supply from amazon for approx £10. Handy if you don’t have the wiring and there’s a nearby socket!


What does this mean ? Doesn't it come with a power lead + plug ?
KongDonkey09/07/2019 21:22

What does this mean ? Doesn't it come with a power lead + plug ?


This was in reference to Nest hello, not the outdoor camera, sorry. The outdoor camera is hardwired to a long UK plug
For anyone looking at this there has been another deal just posted where they are now £129 at Amazon.
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