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TP-Link Smart Spot Indoor Security Camera - Kasa Spot KC100 £30 for Amazon Prime members (with voucher)
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TP-Link Smart Spot Indoor Security Camera - Kasa Spot KC100 £30 for Amazon Prime members (with voucher)

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Posted 10th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Compatibility - Works with Echo Show/Echo Spot/Fire TV and Google Home Hub/Chromecast so you can watch or stop live video streams with a simple voice command;
  • No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub or paid subscription service;
  • Cloud Storage - Your recordings are stored to your Kasa account for review and download. Each camera comes with 12 hours of free video history and 1-month free trial to access 30 days of video history;
  • 1080P HD - 130° wide-angle view with 1080p resolution and night vision up to 30 ft. Two-way audio with built-in microphone and speaker lets you keep in touch with your family;
  • Activity Zones - Custom activity zones and notifications let you get alerts that matter most to you. Records a clip every time it senses motion or detects a sound.
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Shame I can't put an sd card in. It looks like at the moment you get 30-day history in cloud storage until they implement their Kasa Care service in the UK when it will go down to 12-hour history unless you pay. No details of pricing yet but it's $7 per month per camera in the US (or $4 for 15-day history). I don't really want another subscription going out so gonna stick to my sd-card based cameras. Hope this info is useful for anyone.

cvirikmichal10/07/2019 12:46

and after i need order cloud storage ? or 12hours is per every week ?


12 hours of history then it will delete the oldest.
Edited by: "Mike626" 10th Jul
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38032541-G3bHd.jpgFree cloud storage for 12 Hours
Good deal. Already have 2x KC120 and was mulling a 3rd as they're Amazon DOTD.

However this is near half the price and on paper should perform similarly.
creepyg10/07/2019 08:48

Good deal. Already have 2x KC120 and was mulling a 3rd as they're Amazon …Good deal. Already have 2x KC120 and was mulling a 3rd as they're Amazon DOTD. However this is near half the price and on paper should perform similarly.


What does the kc120 do that this can't
robodan91810/07/2019 09:34

What does the kc120 do that this can't


Until I receive the KC100 i won't be able to answer that question.

On paper though, nothing, They both offer the same quality, FOV etc. The only differences are aesthetics, build and cloud storage hence why I'm going with a KC100 over another KC120.

Edit: Did a little more digging. As well as the below connectivity difference, the max frame rate is also lower on the KC100. The KC100 records max 15fps, whereas KC120 is max 30fps.
Edited by: "creepyg" 10th Jul
KC-120 offers network/wifi connection at both 2.4 and 5GHZ rather than just 2.4GHZ - which means possible higher throughput if your router supports and you choose to connect all devices over 5ghz with 802.11ac
robodan91810/07/2019 09:34

What does the kc120 do that this can't

a6unx10/07/2019 09:51

KC-120 offers network/wifi connection at both 2.4 and 5GHZ rather than …KC-120 offers network/wifi connection at both 2.4 and 5GHZ rather than just 2.4GHZ - which means possible higher throughput if your router supports and you choose to connect all devices over 5ghz with 802.11ac


Good to know. Though I've just been using 2.4Ghz (better range) with my KC120's and there's no issues. Obviously YMMV.
Edited by: "creepyg" 10th Jul
a6unx10/07/2019 08:39

[Image] Free cloud storage for 12 Hours


and after i need order cloud storage ? or 12hours is per every week ?
Shame I can't put an sd card in. It looks like at the moment you get 30-day history in cloud storage until they implement their Kasa Care service in the UK when it will go down to 12-hour history unless you pay. No details of pricing yet but it's $7 per month per camera in the US (or $4 for 15-day history). I don't really want another subscription going out so gonna stick to my sd-card based cameras. Hope this info is useful for anyone.

cvirikmichal10/07/2019 12:46

and after i need order cloud storage ? or 12hours is per every week ?


12 hours of history then it will delete the oldest.
Edited by: "Mike626" 10th Jul
12 hours of history is no good. If you get burgled the footage could be deleted before you got back home and realised.
Just ordered one but now thinking the Neo Smart Cam maybe just as good and it's also a fiver cheaper? Anyone advise me if I'm wrong?
creepyg10/07/2019 09:40

Until I receive the KC100 i won't be able to answer that question.On paper …Until I receive the KC100 i won't be able to answer that question.On paper though, nothing, They both offer the same quality, FOV etc. The only differences are aesthetics, build and cloud storage hence why I'm going with a KC100 over another KC120.Edit: Did a little more digging. As well as the below connectivity difference, the max frame rate is also lower on the KC100. The KC100 records max 15fps, whereas KC120 is max 30fps.


Both are junk if you ask me, you're better off buying some hikvision ip cameras, and have the ability to properly record to a microsd, NVR, Nas, or a proper surveillance software / server / hardware.

Allot of these poncy IP cameras work with Alexa / Google etc but just how smart are they when you only get 12 hrs recording or you have to fork out forever more with subscription each month per camera, that's not very smart if you ask me.

Get some decent cameras with ONVIF support, which when the platform you use becomes old hat you can find another platform and still use your cameras.
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