Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Nest Cam Outdoor security camera £129.49 Amazon Prime Deal
230° Expired

Nest Cam Outdoor security camera £129.49 Amazon Prime Deal

£129.49£17928%Amazon Deals
17
Posted 16th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Another prime deal - and available for same day delivery.

From the manufacturerNest Cam Outdoor Security CameraComes with a free Nest Aware trial
Nest Aware is a subscription service that lets you see more and do more with your Nest Cam. Check the additional features which you get with Nest Aware
Community Updates

Groups

17 Comments
Even better than my deal. Heat!
Nice one OP probably would have missed this one.
Great price, I own two and can’t recommend them enough..
Better off with the Netatomo Outdoor security camera while it is on offer for £179. It is also a security light, so serves a dual purpose, and never requires a subscription. It also has a built in SD card so you keep control of the images. Full Apple HomeKit support as well as Google Assistant.
Thank you.
HotBot16/07/2019 08:41

Better off with the Netatomo Outdoor security camera while it is on offer …Better off with the Netatomo Outdoor security camera while it is on offer for £179. It is also a security light, so serves a dual purpose, and never requires a subscription. It also has a built in SD card so you keep control of the images. Full Apple HomeKit support as well as Google Assistant.


And what if the camera is stolen with sd card containing the footage?
Any experiences of how this stacks up with the IQ outdoor camera? And is £100 extra for installation worth it?
fergies_army16/07/2019 09:31

And what if the camera is stolen with sd card containing the footage?


You can also setup the camera to automatically save the files to a NAS drive or cloud storage. Soon it will be updated to use Apple iCloud (free service for security cameras).
andrewdean8416/07/2019 10:23

Any experiences of how this stacks up with the IQ outdoor camera? And is …Any experiences of how this stacks up with the IQ outdoor camera? And is £100 extra for installation worth it?


The IQ has a 4K sensor. You won't get a 4k view, you'll still get 1080p, but it enables the camera to zoom in to anywhere within that 1080p view at greater detail without physically moving the camera. The IQ can recognise faces duento the greater detail. It can zoom in and track intruders it has detected.

Personally I didn't feel I needed those features. Or at least I wasn't happy to pay so much more for them. If the price of the IQ comes down I'll possibly go for one and put my existing camera in the back garden.

They are simple to install if you have a power outlet nearby.

The IQ cable can be disconnected from the camera meaning a much smaller hole is required if you need to pass it through the wall. The cable very cleverly passes through the mount too meaning intruders cannot disconnect it.

The standard outdoor cam is hardwired to the cable and the connector is just over 22mm in diameter. That's a pretty big hole if you don't have an external socket. But half of the cable is flat and may well pass between a window and a frame without issue.

Bare in mind if you have a timber framed house you cannot go through the wall as you will perforate the moisture barrier.

Here's mine. Drilled through the garage wooden frame and plugged in to a garage socket.

38082551-hw5Hu.jpg
Edited by: "bouttime2" 16th Jul
HotBot16/07/2019 10:26

You can also setup the camera to automatically save the files to a NAS …You can also setup the camera to automatically save the files to a NAS drive or cloud storage. Soon it will be updated to use Apple iCloud (free service for security cameras).


Lot of messing or nest does it out of the box
bouttime216/07/2019 10:38

The IQ has a 4K sensor. You won't get a 4k view, you'll still get 1080p, …The IQ has a 4K sensor. You won't get a 4k view, you'll still get 1080p, but it enables the camera to zoom in to anywhere within that 1080p view at greater detail without physically moving the camera. The IQ can recognise faces duento the greater detail. It can zoom in and track intruders it has detected.Personally I didn't feel I needed those features. Or at least I wasn't happy to pay so much more for them. If the price of the IQ comes down I'll possibly go for one and put my existing camera in the back garden.They are simple to install if you have a power outlet nearby.The IQ cable can be disconnected from the camera meaning a much smaller hole is required if you need to pass it through the wall. The cable very cleverly passes through the mount too meaning intruders cannot disconnect it.The standard outdoor cam is hardwired to the cable and the connector is just over 22mm in diameter. That's a pretty big hole if you don't have an external socket. But half of the cable is flat and may well pass between a window and a frame without issue. Bare in mind if you have a timber framed house you cannot go through the wall as you will perforate the moisture barrier.Here's mine. Drilled through the garage wooden frame and plugged in to a garage socket. [Image]


Thank you. I'll bear this in mind when building the nest camera system. Will move this to back once iq goes down in price.
Has anyone connected these via Poe by any chance? I have Ethernet run to where I want to place cameras and would prefer to use nest cams. Thanks
emranc116/07/2019 11:57

Has anyone connected these via Poe by any chance? I have Ethernet run to …Has anyone connected these via Poe by any chance? I have Ethernet run to where I want to place cameras and would prefer to use nest cams. Thanks


Doubt it, would be nice option as I'm sure the alerts would be quicker aswell
Only thing that troubles me is the online storage cost. On that note I find Ring Floodlight Cam which offers 30 days of video recording for £2.5 a month. What does others have to add on for that.. as I need to decide among one of these today.
sulabhagra16/07/2019 14:15

Only thing that troubles me is the online storage cost. On that note I …Only thing that troubles me is the online storage cost. On that note I find Ring Floodlight Cam which offers 30 days of video recording for £2.5 a month. What does others have to add on for that.. as I need to decide among one of these today.


Hive seems cheaper and get 30 days for same costs as 5 on nest
Gumbon16/07/2019 15:17

Hive seems cheaper and get 30 days for same costs as 5 on nest


Is there any issues with Ring outdoor camera, they come with integrated flash lights too.
Possibly one of the dumbest designs ever. Why anyone would have a visible wire hanging from the bottom of the camera that screams “cut me” is beyond me.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text