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Seagate Skyhawk 1TB 1080P 4HD Home CCTV Camera Kit £154.99 delivered @ Aldi
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Seagate Skyhawk 1TB 1080P 4HD Home CCTV Camera Kit £154.99 delivered @ Aldi

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Posted 23rd Feb

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Looks like a decent set up for the money..

3 year warranty.

Protect your home with this easy to install 1080P 4HD CCTV Camera Kit. It comes complete with a pre-installed 1TB Hard Disk Drive which can store up to 60 days’ worth of footage and allows motion detect, scheduled and manual recording. There are two bullet cameras and two dome cameras both providing 2MP of quality, giving clear images when you need them most. What’s even better is that these cameras are IP66 rated making them suitable for outdoor use as well. The downloadable free android and iOS Smart phone apps also allows you to remotely view the app whilst away from home giving you piece of mind when you need it most.

Features
2 Bullet & 2 dome 1080P cameras
Easy to install
Set & Forget recording, record continuously for up to 60 days on a 1TB Hard Drive - H.265 compression technology
View remotely from a compatible smart phone/tablet
Peace of mind when you’re away from home, live viewing on 3G/4G enabled smart phones via IOS/Android app
Custom detection zone
Intelligent search
IP66 Water resistant cameras
Powerful night vision, 24 infa red lens allows the cameras to record in low light conditions at a distance of up to 20m
Guarantee/Warranty
3 years
Suitable For
Indoor and outdoor
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cheap until you decide to pay someone to install it properly you will need to add another £150 plus on top
kobrakaan23/02/2020 12:49

cheap until you decide to pay someone to install it properly you will need …cheap until you decide to pay someone to install it properly you will need to add another £150 plus on top


Most cctv guys will charge upwards of £200
kobrakaan23/02/2020 12:49

cheap until you decide to pay someone to install it properly you will need …cheap until you decide to pay someone to install it properly you will need to add another £150 plus on top


If you can't fit it yourself then it's probably better to allow a trader to fit and supply
I’d be sceptical this would be any good especially night vision.
It’s cheap and cheerful so if it’s the only one in your price bracket it’s better than nothing.
But the whole point to these is identifying people or vehicles days and night, make sure it can.
A decent camera alone costs £100 these days , 2mp isn’t a lot.
Also check out the app, if this is not reliable it’s another problem.
Sorry to be a doom and gloom merchant on this, but it’s an item I’m looking to purchase soon.
The people who know about these say Hikvision is the dogs , but it’s expensive and we all have a budget.
Is that a Seagate branded CCTV system or just one that happens to use a Seagate drive?
Looking at the back picture these seem to be BNC connected cameras. You will also need to power each one.

Hoping for a poe system to replace my 6 year old one
Edited by: "wildswan" 23rd Feb
I bought a similat piece of kit from Screwfix and installed it myself. The difficult part is running the cables, but it isn't rocket science. It was a simple case of plugging in the cameras and then plugging in the CCTV / hard drive unit and hey presto job done. It did take me about 6 hours to run all of the cables so I can see why it would cost circa £200 to get somebody in to do it.
If you've got reasonable diy skills these shouldn't be too hard to fit. I did ours, a similar one, about 2 years ago and it chugs on without problem. The software setup tends to be the frustrating part but the apps should be improving (you'd hope). At least with Aldi you can take stuff back OK and they've got a 3 year guarantee.

Personally I'd want at least one more outside bullet camera to cover all the house.
Edited by: "DonDraper" 23rd Feb
I took the cables up through the loft. Rather then drilling holes through the walls and then having to move furniture to lift floor boards up. Dropped the cables through the ceiling and set it up in a bedroom. Not as neat finish as drilling the cable through the wall and under floor boards, but definitely easier and more noticeable to would be thieves. They cover their faces anyway and tend to come at night.
wildswan23/02/2020 16:21

Looking at the back picture these seem to be BNC connected cameras. You …Looking at the back picture these seem to be BNC connected cameras. You will also need to power each one.Hoping for a poe system to replace my 6 year old one


The power and video is delivered down twin cable. You just need power at the base unit end.
Robo23/02/2020 14:57

I’d be sceptical this would be any good especially night vision.It’s cheap …I’d be sceptical this would be any good especially night vision.It’s cheap and cheerful so if it’s the only one in your price bracket it’s better than nothing.But the whole point to these is identifying people or vehicles days and night, make sure it can.A decent camera alone costs £100 these days , 2mp isn’t a lot.Also check out the app, if this is not reliable it’s another problem.Sorry to be a doom and gloom merchant on this, but it’s an item I’m looking to purchase soon.The people who know about these say Hikvision is the dogs , but it’s expensive and we all have a budget.


Hikvision is a tad overkill for home cctv. Theres surprisingly decent cameras out there for a fraction on the cost of hik. Agreed these are probably trash for the money but it just depends what coverage people are after.
mvckwop23/02/2020 21:41

Hikvision is a tad overkill for home cctv. Theres surprisingly decent …Hikvision is a tad overkill for home cctv. Theres surprisingly decent cameras out there for a fraction on the cost of hik. Agreed these are probably trash for the money but it just depends what coverage people are after.


What do you recommend? I was looking at Hikvision or possibly their EZview range . I know there are plenty of cheap imports but I want a decent company who are likely to exist for a few years and keep patching their software since Apps are the way forward these days, particularly the ease of viewing on mobiles.
mvckwop23/02/2020 21:41

Hikvision is a tad overkill for home cctv. Theres surprisingly decent …Hikvision is a tad overkill for home cctv. Theres surprisingly decent cameras out there for a fraction on the cost of hik. Agreed these are probably trash for the money but it just depends what coverage people are after.


Any recommendations?
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