heat for the price
Xiaomi cam for £19.99 + £6.99 cam cover = £27
Nice way to introduce your infant into the surveillance world they will grow up into.
heat for the price
Xiaomi cam for £19.99 + £6.99 cam cover = £27
Nice way to introduce your infant into the surveillance world they will grow up into.
You can get it from Amazon around 20 pounds
Do you have a link please?
How wrong you are ! I have Arlo cameras and the footage from the one on the front of my house was enough to convict someone in court where they received a 2.5 year prison sentence.
+1 for the plug packs if you have a electricity source nearby
Had my Arlo on my front door for two years and been absolutely perfect. Bought a battery pack from China that plugs straight in to the wall run into my garage so don't even pay for batteries
Not sure why this is so cold. Lowest price it's been as far as I've seen.
We are very impressed with it so far. Works perfectly and great at night. Set up in ten mins. Very easy. No issues with app either.
Keep an eye on the Amazon US site. Price changes frequently and I just got the 2 camera Pro system for just under £250 ! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/arlo-pro-two-camera-with-base-station-amazon-us-250-2947417
I know the quality is great though I was disappointed by the q plus model for various reasons. However, a security camera that needs recharging and by it's very nature you'd want somewhere hard to access doesn't make sense to me. Nevertheless, heat on price !
Use Windows to install and remove, no use for ladders (y) 🏻
Gadget show reviewed this week much better than nest and hive and my ring cam and doorbell has so many issues I’m giving up on them
I’m talking about one I returned just over a week ago. Firmware should certainly have matured. As for coverage, it is limited by using its own hub, which is silly. Especially in the days of mesh WiFi solutions.
The first one was the first CCTV for Netgear, so imagine they had all sorts of issues. I've heard nothing but good things about the Pro version - some feedback in other deals on here too. Obviously, with it being wireless, not suitable for all homes.
Expired now I think.
what you need is 2 families/houses that both want this then you can buy 2 lots of the 5camera version 2x 5camera version....£577.14 EACH after discount NETGEAR VMS4530 Arlo Pro Security System with Inbuilt Alarm Siren, 5 Rechargeable Wire-Free HD Cameras with 2-Way Audio, Indoor/Outdoor and Night Vision, Works with Amazon Alexa, White or as other have done add 1 and then add another qualifying low priced 15% item to get 15% off both
Yeah reading the reviews it seems to be walls the wireless has trouble with, I have an old 1930’s detached house, all solid walls so I just know I will get trouble. My router won’t reach all the house so these have no chance ;( Hopefully as technology moves on someone will come up with a wireless solution that works for everyone, I really don’t want to be drilling holes or chasing walls for a wired solution
Thanks just ordered. You can save a further 15% by adding qualifying items. I added this https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B074KJ72MP/ref=gbmg_mob_m-6_ffeb_3dd0cad2?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&dealid=3dd0cad2&pf_rd_p=a45b6577-e449-4ed5-a164-0e38f536ffeb&pf_rd_s=mobile-hybrid-6&pf_rd_t=30901&pf_rd_i=14772438031&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=5243C8BRX534GM8YNE10 and got them both for £414 and will probably sell one camera for about £100 so all in all a good price
Wireless is the minus point for most cameras signal drop, signal jammed etc Hikvision NVR (not DVR) records in H265+ onto one or 2 HDD which can be raid https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hikvision-8-Channel-Ultra-HD-4K-UHD-Network-NVR-8MP-4-PoE-8CH-CCTV-Recorder-NEW/272450724527?hash=item3f6f5422af:g:V5MAAOSwZ5habw4Y Cameras are easily able to read number plates from a distance https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hikvision-4K-UHD-8MP-30m-IR-Turret-Network-Camera-DS-2CD2385FWD-I-2-8MM-4MM/302699451242?hash=item467a4b136a:m:mWqqXzpETTpLryWMB2Plu5g Dedicated plate id Number Plate recognition Hikvision
@OP: I'm glad your 3 camera deal is getting more heat than my 4 camera version! (HUKD seems to be full of sheep, sheep who copy others to vote cold without any justification - and most probably with no knowledge of the product, or its cost). Both of these deals are great for the Arlo Pro - I have also been watching them for a long time. I think the main selling point here is that they are wireless, and the cloud storage can be seen as a positive too (there is 7 days cloud storage included). That said, I am also interested in some decent wired cameras for a different purpose. Can you recommend a particular set of Hikvision ones? I need 2 x 8 channel DVR's with at least 4 cameras each, and one camera which can see number plates/details from quite far.
this comment regarding how long the batteries last is not typical of the Arlo system and must have been specific to your case
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.
£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
night vision on these is poor, don't buy it if you gonna use it in high traffic area
I have a ring floodlight cam and I must say I am extremely impressed! 1080p with night vision mode
Was looking at Arlo for a long time but the battery situation put me off. I just bought a Blink XT one camera system for £119 from blinkforhome. I tried to post deal but mods deleted it was from a new seller or something. Back up to £149 now.
I'm halfway to your setup, I have Aqara sensors and ST, (although I also have Ring integrated too), I definitely want to achieve what you've got. However having had a quick scoot around the ST forums, there are a lot of advocates of Blink over Arlo. Specifically looking at this thread i'll have to do lots more reading on the pros and cons of both systems, one thing that annoys me though is that there are never any Blinks on Amazon warehouse!
Broadly: Armed Away puts alerts on all cameras and sensors, including internal movement ones, triggering pop-up and text message alerts. It's designed to make sure I see/respond to the alert. Armed Home sets notifications on for outdoor cameras, front/french doors, all windows, and garage sensor. It has just a pop-up as we tend to trigger it accidentally. (That said, to protect our bikes, the garage sensor will always send text alerts 12pm-6am) Home still tends to have cameras set to record when triggered, but with no notifications. I have a Smarthings shortcut to 'Cameras On' and 'Cameras Off' for when we are spending a lot of time in the garden and immediately outside the house. I'm still fine tuning it, but nothing can really come near, let alone in, the house without me being aware. Ours is Arlo which is fine for our usage (we are in a very safe area) but I can't comment on the others - like you say, they all have pros and cons. Smartthings is working great for me though with lots of Aqara sensors, but it does take basic tech skills and patience to do all the integrations.
Interesting about the Smartthings integration. Out of interest what are the differences in the recordings between Armed Home vs Armed Away? I'm sold on a home camera system of some sort, and am torn between Arlo, Arlo Pro, a custom "MotionEyeOS" setup and a Hikvision IP + NVR solution, all have pros and cons
Shame the original arlo can't do local recording. Thats the one feature that pushes me towards the pro.
I wonder if they do security lights wireless
Brilliant camera system, I have mine connected to Arlo solar panels, have never dropped below 96% battery after 4 months. They also have Geofencing facility.
I search Costco for these and nothing but tyres comes up! Perhaps they've sold out? Looking at the system it's an appalling security solution and anyone with a cheap jammer will render it instantly inoperative. Cameras are low resolution and battery powered. Wireless CCTV is not worth considering, pay an installer to put in a proper system which should only cost the same as this, and then you can sleep easy.
That's a hell of a lot of money to watch my neighbour going through my bins.
Great system, I picked one up a few weeks ago, its the pro not pro2
Sorry, I didn’t know. I’ve expired now :)
Already posted 5 days ago here.
I am just in the process of sending my Blink XT system back as the trigger mechanism stopped working after 2 weeks rendering it useless. So from my experience they are rubbish
90m line of sight lot less if it has to go though more than one wall mine are all within 20m get full signal on all of them
Whats the distance you can use the camera away from unit? I've had someone snoop around my old car in drive 4 times in last 3 months, opening doors and checking compartments inside. Nothing to steal but I want to know who it is.
Thanks for bringing these to my attention. I wasn't aware of these. Will look into them.
Thanks. Big difference!
Also applies to the Arlo pro base station which can be used with the standard cameras.
Hiked prices so the 20% off is a con i bought black skins a lot cheaper than this
Good spot! Brings the solar panel down to a more reasonable (yet still outrageous) price! Thanks!
What's the code? Showing up as £439.99 when you click the link.
It's not the Pro 2. That goes on sale in the UK soon for like £570. I ordered for £470 from Amazon US when it launched a few months back Awesome Camera, doddle to install, app and alerts top, video day excellent night absolute crap in no supporting lights. Free cloud storage for 7 days, can watch and download on mobile instantly and share. Pro 2 mains powered gives a 3 sec look back, an issue with the Pro 1 is you lose the start of events.
eBay listing title is a bit misleading, as it's older Arlo Pro system, not Arlo Pro 2. It's should be titled Arlo Pro - 2 camera wire free HD base station... Arlo Pro cameras are HD (1280x720) resolution, Arlo Pro 2 FullHD (1920x1080)
Now I see, arlo PRO 2 is in pre-order on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-VMS4230P-100EUS-Arlo-Pro-Rechargeable/dp/B0777V7VH6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1514474940&sr=8-3&keywords=arlo+pro+2 It is a bit expensive :D I'm happy with the "old" model :)
I wouldn’t but it either.
The fact they have been bought by Amazon is a reason not to but it.
He said blink, not blink xt. The blink cameras are led, and not exactly subtle about it. The xt has just come out in the UK. So he wasn't wrong at all
Wrong! The blink xt cameras are infared
I sent my blink back and replaced with Arlo as the Blink isn’t infared and and illuminates the whole place where the Arlo system is far superior
There are 2 newer versions. The Pro and now Pro 2. The Pro 2 is preorder for 5th Jan but is really expensive. Will wait for it to be on special offer.
Nope, the regular one. Pro is expensive as of now, but I've seen it go for £450 for pack of 3
Is this the new Pro version you mention? Arlo Pro Security System with Siren 3 Rechargeable Wire-Free HD Cameras with Audio, Indoor/Outdoor, Night Vision (VMS4330) by NETGEAR https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M360IFG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_ifMqAb9DB7CX7
Much better results with proper IP cameras for similar money. These are marketed as an easy setup system but are really low resolution in comparison.
Just my thoughts as I have this system - I bought it as I wanted a cable free solution for monitoring certain points on my property. As mentioned, it is not a constant monitoring device and requires movement to activate. This means 2 things - position the camera where you can catch movement at the right angle but also ensure it is not too close to trees etc which will keep setting it off. This will mean the batteries will run down quickly. I find approx 2/3 months is about as much as you get in a low movement area - 1 or 2 months by your front door for example. So if you don't want cables, can position the cameras in good areas (also accessible to change the batteries) and just want peace of mind, I recommend them. If you're after high definition, 24 hour monitoring (for a shop as mentioned earlier) these are definitely not for you. I might look at the new pro 2 version as they now have rechargable batteries and better cameras (with sound) but are not for sale in the UK yet.
Mods please unexpire, still in stock at £229.99
had this on camel camel price drop list for £300 or less, delighted when it sent me email it had dropped to £250! I ordered, then Amazon notified me it had dropped to £230 and automatically credited me the difference.
just grabbed 2, almost same price as 4 camera kit and 1 extra. Deals also on 3 packs for fixtures and fittings. Sadly no deal on rechargeables with charger but have time to find a good deal.
Not sure what we're doing wrong but we're lucky if our batteries last 2 months.
There is also an Arlo Pro and I think Pro 2 out. These include rechargeable battery packs and 1080p cameras. Pro Info: https://www.arlo.com/uk/products/arlo-pro/default.aspx Pro 2 Info (USA): https://www.arlo.com/en-us/products/arlo-pro-2/default.aspx
I do not see this deal anymore. Any one?
The pro 2 version comes out early next year too.
Should be better for £600! 3 camera is £599 at amazon. One camera is £299. Bit of a price difference.
Get the pro version, way better quality.
The 3 camera version!
Quite a good price on the 4 pack of pros one in stock
for the price i would say the arlo hd over the pro there is a 2 pack for 372 with the 20% added in the basket Arlo 720p vs pro 1080p pro can be powered via battery mains and solar hd just battery Could only find this video showing the pro vs blink xt
Just bought for £175 price has gone down!!
how is this vs the pro? tempted to get either this or blink xt
No worries mate
I was just informing people that might not have seen it.
i have posted that deal allready
There are amazon warehouse ones which with 20% off works out about £185
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