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Reolink Argus Wireless WiFi Full HD 1080P outdoor/indoor camera, £43.83 using new user coupon Reolink/Aliexpress
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Reolink Argus Wireless WiFi Full HD 1080P outdoor/indoor camera, £43.83 using new user coupon Reolink/Aliexpress

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Posted 15th Aug

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Very good price in my opinion, this is one of the very few full HD and wireless cameras. This is the model you require batteries (not included) 4 Lithium-ion CR123A , these are about £5 unless you use rechargeable.

The battery will work only when it is triggered by motion sensor or remote access by phone. And it will standby when there is nothing to trigger the infrared motion sensor or no one remote access it.

The battery can support 180 days standby, or 500 min. working time. If it is triggered 10 times a day, it will work about 2 months.

Youtube review here:
youtube.com/wat…a4U

100% Wire Free Battery Cube Outdoor IP Camera Spec:
*Video Quality: 2 Megapixels 1080p (1920*1080)
*Lens: f=2.1mm Fixed, F=2.35
*Viewing Angle: 110°
*Audio: 2-way Audio, Listan & Talk
*Night View: 8pcs LEDs, up to 12m
*Frame Rate: up to 15fps
*Network: 802.11b/g/n, WiFi 2.4GHz
*Storage: Support Micro SD card slot (Without built-in SD card)
*Network: P2P and QR Code
*Mobile OS: iOS & Android
*Weatherproof: IP65

These are the 'older' version of Argus 2 and Argus Pro
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I have three of these. Great picture quality, but the battery lasts nowhere near 180 days - I was getting 2 months, maybe three if hardly anyone came to the door - and it doesn't have cloud storage, just storage on the unit itself, so you've got to hope no one steals it(!)
After changing the batteries numerous times I have given up.
A good quality item let down by poor battery life (no matter what the manufacturer says) and no cloud storage, despite promising it would happen. Having said that, this is a great price for a security monitor, and I can't fault the picture quality.
There are other monitors out there offering much better battery life (allegedly up to 2 years, but if this was two years, then maybe those are "only" a year) and cloud storage, but it's horses for courses and this a good price.
One thing, though, and I'm guessing: if AliExpress is outside the EU then you'll get charges VAT by HMRC customs on items above £15 (inc. postage) and Royal Mail will whack a £8 customs collection fee on top....
Tornado196615/08/2019 16:49

I have three of these. Great picture quality, but the battery lasts …I have three of these. Great picture quality, but the battery lasts nowhere near 180 days - I was getting 2 months, maybe three if hardly anyone came to the door - and it doesn't have cloud storage, just storage on the unit itself, so you've got to hope no one steals it(!)After changing the batteries numerous times I have given up.A good quality item let down by poor battery life (no matter what the manufacturer says) and no cloud storage, despite promising it would happen. Having said that, this is a great price for a security monitor, and I can't fault the picture quality.There are other monitors out there offering much better battery life (allegedly up to 2 years, but if this was two years, then maybe those are "only" a year) and cloud storage, but it's horses for courses and this a good price.One thing, though, and I'm guessing: if AliExpress is outside the EU then you'll get charges VAT by HMRC customs on items above £15 (inc. postage) and Royal Mail will whack a £8 customs collection fee on top....


I posted this deal mainly because the price is good. Yes, the newer models are better.

According to the official website, they do offer Cloud, but this is now only in US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Coming soon to other countries. Same with Google integration, I do not know if they will work with Alexa too.

These are the older models, Argus 2, Argus Pro and Argus Echo have rechargeable battery integrated and can be used with solar panels. Sadly, this model is behind in terms of batteries, however the price reflects this, Argus 2 is about £100. I guess using rechargeable batteries may be a solution.

I've got Argus Pro, excellent deal for £56, usually costs about £75-80. Not used it yet, so can't comment.

With regards to the custom taxes, yes, there is a risk, but I had about 15 orders from China, including from Ali Express and never paid anything on top of the item price.
Tornado196615/08/2019 16:49

I have three of these. Great picture quality, but the battery lasts …I have three of these. Great picture quality, but the battery lasts nowhere near 180 days - I was getting 2 months, maybe three if hardly anyone came to the door - and it doesn't have cloud storage, just storage on the unit itself, so you've got to hope no one steals it(!)After changing the batteries numerous times I have given up.A good quality item let down by poor battery life (no matter what the manufacturer says) and no cloud storage, despite promising it would happen. Having said that, this is a great price for a security monitor, and I can't fault the picture quality.There are other monitors out there offering much better battery life (allegedly up to 2 years, but if this was two years, then maybe those are "only" a year) and cloud storage, but it's horses for courses and this a good price.One thing, though, and I'm guessing: if AliExpress is outside the EU then you'll get charges VAT by HMRC customs on items above £15 (inc. postage) and Royal Mail will whack a £8 customs collection fee on top....


I would install under sofit and get a DC transformer with correct supply voltage and connect to battery compartment
Edited by: "steevojohno" 15th Aug
I was watching a used one of these on ebay yesterday - it went for £50. Good deal
I have two Argus 2's and we love them. One is at the bottom of the garden and its completely stand alone. Solar charged etc.


I wouldnt bother with the hassle with these ones.
I'm sure this is a good price for this product but it's not a great product. For the same money you can get an Arlo standalone from Cex with 2 years warranty and cloud storage. The biggest fault for.me though is the SD storage. The cameras need to be approx 7ft from ground to get good facial recognition. This is just outside of normal grasp, however, a quick bunk up from a mate and the camera along with SD is gone.

Good deal but poor product
nick_sub16/08/2019 07:12

I was watching a used one of these on ebay yesterday - it went for £50. …I was watching a used one of these on ebay yesterday - it went for £50. Good deal


If you're interested, make sure you get the model you want/need. This is the previous model, you have now Argus 2, Argus Pro and Angus Echo. All these 3 have rechargeable batteries integrated, while this one does not.
The price is really good, I've been looking at this brand since a year ago and this is the cheapest I've seen it.
I've been very impressed with my Reolinks. I've got a bullet cam at the front and a dome at the back. Resolution is good enough to recognise number plates and faces which you can't do with a 720p or even 1080p camera (which is why I had to return the Yi one which I boughrt beforehand). Would be nice to get 1 or two more so might keep my eye out for a deal on an Argus.
nick_sub16/08/2019 10:22

I've been very impressed with my Reolinks. I've got a bullet cam at the …I've been very impressed with my Reolinks. I've got a bullet cam at the front and a dome at the back. Resolution is good enough to recognise number plates and faces which you can't do with a 720p or even 1080p camera (which is why I had to return the Yi one which I boughrt beforehand). Would be nice to get 1 or two more so might keep my eye out for a deal on an Argus.


I think you should keep an eye on their official website. I've got my Argus Pro from their site for £55. They gave a 5-10% discount on your first order, discount visible just before you pay.

They do change the prices quite often, Argus 2 was at some point about £75. They deliver from Germany. Have tried to post some deals from them but the mods didn't agree with me. Still, they accept this brand via Chinese websites, when you can get it directly from Reolink and from Germany with no risk of custom taxes.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 16th Aug
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