NETGEAR Arlo Home 4 HD Security Camera Kit £265.18 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR Arlo Home 4 HD Security Camera Kit £265.18 @ Amazon

£265.18£38030%Amazon Deals
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Found 17th Apr
Credit @jamhops - Goes to £265.18 from £299.99 if you also add - Osram Smart+ LED-Lamp, E27, 8 W, Warm White£11.99 to the order!

NETGEAR VMS3430 Arlo Smart Home 4 HD Security Camera Kit, 100 Percent Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision, Works with Amazon Alexa, White

arlo.com/uk/products/arlo/default.aspx


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Personally I wouldn't go for anything less than full HD. these cameras are only 720p by the looks of things. Viewing the CCTV you'll be able to see that somebody has been caught on camera but often not good enough to say who!

Just my opinion, that's all folks!
Edited by: "thrower74" 17th Apr
Let's get rid of some myths on here as someone who has these:

720p is ample with these to make an identification unless you're filming something miles away. Being 1080p doesn't make it automatically better image quality.

You also don't want rechargeable batteries as with their safety mechanism they cut out well before the full charge is depleted, and you'll be charging all the time.

I got 6 months of use on all cameras out of the duracells that came with the pack, if you're going to film somewhere with lots of movement triggering them to turn on, just don't get these cameras.

If it's somewhere like your front door which might be triggered 10 times a day, then they are great.

They have been great cameras for me over the last year. I would recommend
Edited by: "amb47uk" 17th Apr
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Personally I wouldn't go for anything less than full HD. these cameras are only 720p by the looks of things. Viewing the CCTV you'll be able to see that somebody has been caught on camera but often not good enough to say who!

Just my opinion, that's all folks!
Edited by: "thrower74" 17th Apr
If you add another item from the 'Smart home deals' you can get another 15% off. I added a £35 Hive plug and got a £50 off so worked out for both £286!!
You need to budget another £50 for rechargeable batteries. The ones supplied will barely last a week even on "armed with movement only"
Let's get rid of some myths on here as someone who has these:

720p is ample with these to make an identification unless you're filming something miles away. Being 1080p doesn't make it automatically better image quality.

You also don't want rechargeable batteries as with their safety mechanism they cut out well before the full charge is depleted, and you'll be charging all the time.

I got 6 months of use on all cameras out of the duracells that came with the pack, if you're going to film somewhere with lots of movement triggering them to turn on, just don't get these cameras.

If it's somewhere like your front door which might be triggered 10 times a day, then they are great.

They have been great cameras for me over the last year. I would recommend
Edited by: "amb47uk" 17th Apr
I have a ring floodlight cam and I must say I am extremely impressed! 1080p with night vision mode
night vision on these is poor, don't buy it if you gonna use it in high traffic area
£265.18 with the hue compatible osram bulb. Might be the best price it's ever been!

Add the below to get the price:
Osram Smart+ LED-Lamp, E27, 8 W, Warm White
thrower7413 h, 3 m ago

Personally I wouldn't go for anything less than full HD. these cameras are …Personally I wouldn't go for anything less than full HD. these cameras are only 720p by the looks of things. Viewing the CCTV you'll be able to see that somebody has been caught on camera but often not good enough to say who! Just my opinion, that's all folks!


Hi I've got these and this just isn't the case. If you're pitching them up high then absolutely bang on but that's the same with any camera regardless of resolution. 720p is absolutely fine and perfectly clear / pixel perfect for the job required which is closer recognition. The app is solid, tech is solid, Alexa enabled (ish) though it's patchy IMHO.

Like a comment above, my batteries are lasting around 6m ish per camera. They're on 24:7 set to trigger and record what's needed. So I'm probably looking at 20 odd per annum for batteries.
Edited by: "Wippa9" 17th Apr
this comment regarding how long the batteries last is not typical of the Arlo system and must have been specific to your case
gibblesuk11 h, 43 m ago

You need to budget another £50 for rechargeable batteries. The ones …You need to budget another £50 for rechargeable batteries. The ones supplied will barely last a week even on "armed with movement only"

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