Netgear Arlo Completely Wireless CCTV System (2 Camera's + Base) £239.99 @ Amazon Prime
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Netgear Arlo Completely Wireless CCTV System (2 Camera's + Base) £239.99 @ Amazon Prime

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Found 24th Mar 2016
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100% Wire free - say goodbye to trailing cables and wiring hassles
Motion Alerts - receive push notifications and emails if anything moves
Night Vision - see what's happening even in the dark
Weatherproof - place Arlo anywhere, indoors or out
HD Quality - enjoy amazingly sharp 720p live video, and sve those important moments with free Cloud Storage

I have monitored the price for a while and this is the first time its dropped by £40 in a long time.

The entire Arlo range is on offer to Prime Members.
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Im tempted by this, although the 1 Camera version (which is £150). Seems a bit rich making the cameras £90 by themselves and then offering zero reduction for upping to the 2 camera version.

Only need the front door checking I beleive. 1GB of cloud storage sounds small too if its recording in 720p. Even if its just when it detects movement.

Need to shop around, see if I can beat that price anywhere. Or at least get a flubit offer for it.
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The 3 camera kit is also reduced to £299.99, so £60 for the extra camera very good value.

I have these and they're excellent bits of kit and with no wires easy to install around the house.
Silhouette

I'm tempted by this, although the 1 Camera version (which is £150). Seems … I'm tempted by this, although the 1 Camera version (which is £150). Seems a bit rich making the cameras £90 by themselves and then offering zero reduction for upping to the 2 camera version.Only need the front door checking I believe. 1GB of cloud storage sounds small too if its recording in 720p. Even if its just when it detects movement. Need to shop around, see if I can beat that price anywhere. Or at least get a flubit offer for it.



I have the same reservations about committing to an Arlo system... Also as it is totally wireless;
I feel that I would forever be investing in batteries but on the other hand I do not want to drill into walls and run cables either.

I currently use a Raspberry Pi + InfraRed camera which is a fraction of the cost but requires mains power to keep it running, so I am limited to where it can be placed + it's not waterproof.
in2oblivion

The 3 camera kit is also reduced to £299.99, so £60 for the extra camera v … The 3 camera kit is also reduced to £299.99, so £60 for the extra camera very good value.I have these and they're excellent bits of kit and with no wires easy to install around the house.



how long do the battries last ?
I bought one of these and whilst the idea was good the actual execution was rather poor. The motion detection is dependant on heat signatures rather than changes between frames like everything else seems to use. There's also no way of recording locally so if your internet connection dies then you've lost any benefit to having the cameras.

On the plus side the image quality is good for a small camera in day time, but the night vision range is pretty poor due to the physical size of the camera and so the limited number of IR emitters.

Glad I bought it from Amazon though as it meant I could easily return it. It's a shame really as it ticked most of the boxes for what I wanted in paper.
cruisecars

how long do the battries last ?



I had mine up for a week and had to set the motion detection to maximum to get it to record anything. As far as I could tell the battery indicator hadn't gone down before I returned it, but Netgear do say they last for up to 6 months in normal use.
cruisecars

how long do the battries last ?



That really depends on the usage they get, I use mine to detect movement when I'm not in the house so they've not seen much action thankfully. They were installed mid December and 3 of the 4 still show full battery. Strangely enough the least used one is now informing me it's time to replace the batteries.
Seen very mixed reviews on this. For those considering cctv in the first place, be aware that at 720 you will be hard pressed to use it as evidence for facial recognition etc. Plus for the sake of one-off cabling you could get full hd, mains powered, as much storage as u can throw at it and have constant recording. Wireless is suseptible to interference and potentially hacking. Plus if your router goes down you are screwed. Voted hot for the deal itself if you are happy with this kind of set up.
painty

Seen very mixed reviews on this. For those considering cctv in the first … Seen very mixed reviews on this. For those considering cctv in the first place, be aware that at 720 you will be hard pressed to use it as evidence for facial recognition etc. Plus for the sake of one-off cabling you could get full hd, mains powered, as much storage as u can throw at it and have constant recording. Wireless is suseptible to interference and potentially hacking. Plus if your router goes down you are screwed. Voted hot for the deal itself if you are happy with this kind of set up.



What HD CCTV would you recommend?
Wouldn't it be easy to steal if these were put outside?
Flubit detected the price for the 2 camera system as £202 instead of £240.

just got an offer of £174. Worth a look guys!
VJ_UK

What HD CCTV would you recommend?



Depends on your budget. For the price, Hikvision offer very good spec cameras. If outside I wouldn't recommend any dome cameras though as they suffer from IR reflection (any brand domes), dirt or rain on the dome etc. Better to get bullet or turret style cameras.
New Arlo Pro system is just out in the UK, you will see major reductions on the old system if you hang on
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