Nest outdoor camera £153.98 @ Priority Plumbing
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Nest outdoor camera £153.98 @ Priority Plumbing

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Found 8th Jan
Cheapest I can find the nest outdoor camera plus free next day delivery
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Not bad, but I think I would prefer to buy it from John Lewis for £169 with a 2yr warranty.
This model is about to become out-dated.

Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is on it's way soon: nest.com/uk/…ew/
buddn072 m ago

This model is about to become out-dated. Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is on it's …This model is about to become out-dated. Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is on it's way soon: https://nest.com/uk/cameras/nest-cam-iq-outdoor/overview/


The IQ model will run in parallel with this model, but cost twice the amount. Nest have no release date at present either.
Pwhite7614 m ago

Not bad, but I think I would prefer to buy it from John Lewis for £169 …Not bad, but I think I would prefer to buy it from John Lewis for £169 with a 2yr warranty.


Two years anyway;
nest.com/uk/…am/
Pwhite7635 m ago

Not bad, but I think I would prefer to buy it from John Lewis for £169 …Not bad, but I think I would prefer to buy it from John Lewis for £169 with a 2yr warranty.


Priority Plumbing have physical stores, so John Lewis would most likely price match.
ezzer7227 m ago

Two years anyway;https://nest.com/uk/legal/warranty/nestcam/


Ah ok, cheers
I had one and returned it. Needs £80 a year subscription to record. Uses alot of internet. Loses connection often because it depends entirely on your internet connection. Pointless camera so cold from me. Sorry
ALBO4EVER10 h, 26 m ago

I had one and returned it. Needs £80 a year subscription to record. Uses …I had one and returned it. Needs £80 a year subscription to record. Uses alot of internet. Loses connection often because it depends entirely on your internet connection. Pointless camera so cold from me. Sorry


Only pointless if you have rubbish internet. It's a good quality product and most smart security cameras need a subscription.
andyb8322 m ago

Only pointless if you have rubbish internet. It's a good quality product …Only pointless if you have rubbish internet. It's a good quality product and most smart security cameras need a subscription.


Well i dont have rubbish internet. 1 camera uses 300to 500gb of data a month. Kept going offline. Kept giving false alerts. And it is expensive. Hence all the cold votes
I've got one it's a good piece of kit despite the expensive subscription. Managed to pick one up for £119 on the 20% off ebay deal.
I must admit I have been looking for some time at the Nest Outdoor Cam vs the Ring Spotlight cam, but keep going back to the Ring cam.

I currently have the Ring Floodlight and although I had one issue with it, Ring replaced it and it has been great since then. Firmware changes have improved over time and has solved some of the initial teething issues that some were experiencing.



Now I am looking for something for the front of my property, I am struggling to get round a few negatives with the Nest:



1. The fact it is held on via a magnet is not great for the height I will be placing it at. Ring provide a free replacement if it is stolen.

2. The USB cable, which means unless you have an external socket, then you need to drill a larger sized hole (not major, but still a pain).

3. Continuous recording (although I did read that you can schedule this so that it's off when you are home etc., but that doesn't help if I want to be alerted whilst being at home, so not a great solution for me) which means it's using a lot of bandwidth all of the time (unless anyone can convince me otherwise).

4. Subscription costs vs Ring are high, as well as only providing 10 day’s worth of recordings unless you pay for the higher sub fee!

5. The Ring has a built in security light, which is a bonus. I did look in to the fact I may be able to setup an IFTTT against my external light, but I am not sure how robust that would be.



Before looking around, I was quite open to getting the Nest, but to be honest I am struggling to see any real benefit for my own purpose.

I'm certainly not putting the Nest camera down, as I'm sure it's a nice piece of kit, but for what I will be using it for and its location, I just feel the Ring is better suited.
ALBO4EVER10 h, 2 m ago

Well i dont have rubbish internet. 1 camera uses 300to 500gb of data a …Well i dont have rubbish internet. 1 camera uses 300to 500gb of data a month. Kept going offline. Kept giving false alerts. And it is expensive. Hence all the cold votes


500gb a month... err... sure thing
Aquacadabra9th Jan

500gb a month... err... sure thing


Apparently this is true, he is not exaggerating.
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