Blink XT2 Smart Security Camera Deals

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Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System - 5 Cameras - £189.99 at Currys on Ebay
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Awesome price for 5 cameras! Protect your home with the Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System . The customisable motion detection makes it easy to choose where the camera… Read more
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muckspreader1

Clear enough?

muckspreader1

You've wasted all that time writing that for what is total wrong.The xt2 are the better camera.

photomorgana

Proper settings, I can assure you. As I described, it can record the person leaving the house but decides it would not record the same person entering the house (using the same path, same doors).

ALBO4EVER

Yes I will try that. I think there is an issue with the camera. Thanks

LeebC

Try some clean clear tiny bit stops the lense fogging

AMAZON Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System, £49.99 at Currys/ebay (camera+module)
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Good value kit on sale at Currys. Key Features Monitor your home from your phone Protect your home with the Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System . The customisable m… Read more
eboydk

Never received the item! Had to contact eBay and then they refunded me after a month

Jacob_Kreed

Ahhhhhhhh ahhhhhhh, I really needed this and I missed it

javz1982

Subscription not requires Subscription not required

CartoonHead78

Can anyone that bought one tell me if a subscription is defo required for new account, dont want to open mine until i know for sure

Rob_Deeley

Even better deal then :)

AMAZON Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System - 5 Cameras £189.99 delivered / 3 Camera £129.99 / 1 Camera £44.99 at Curry's PC World
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Storage: free cloud back-up Works with Amazon Alexa / IFTTT Viewing angle: 110º Remote viewing from your smartphone Motion detection 3 Camera system 1 Camera
TeeRex1

I have this same issue on one of my cameras that sits a little more exposed than the others

baddydaddy

I've been lucky not had any of these issues, yet !

mark1111

I've not had that issue as yet. The batteries have lasted quite well but then they don't get triggered very often. And when they do, it rarely records long enough, regardless of how long I set the clip length to in the settings. Something else that annoys me is receiving a notification to say that motion has been detected then being unable to log in live because another clip is in the process of being recorded. You have to time it perfectly to log in between recordings. The idea behind them is good but there are too many issues that mean they are no replacement for a more traditional setup

ImSoHotUKDeals

Yes - my cameras are basically useless at night, when they are most required. I also find the battery to last less than 6 months and not the two years that they say the battery will last for.

mark1111

I get the exact same issue. I thought it was fog at first but it can happen any time. It is rare that there isn't some sort of moisture issue somewhere on the lens. Switching from one camera to the next is also a pain. I continually get a message telling me a live view is in progress yet I've already logged out of the last camera.

Blink XT2 (2nd Gen) | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 2-Way Audio, 2-Year Battery Life | 2-Camera £134.99 @ Amazon
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Blink XT2 (2nd Gen) | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 2-Way Audio, 2-Year Battery Life | 2-Camera £134.99 @ Amazon£134.99£179.9925% offAmazon Deals
Reduced again Extended battery life - 2-year battery life on two AA lithium batteries with a combination of two-way talk, Live View, and motion recording. Double the usage of th… Read more
mrke

All Blink XT2 camera sets now sold out. Replaced with the new Blink Outdoor system.

dreamypuma

Having had both systems, I would say Arlo is superior (if you don't mind the battery consumption) Arlo has better image quality, night vision and the app is more fully featured. Blink is ok, if you want something to put up and forget, and you don't want to tinker. If your after compatibility with Google Home, forget Blink. If your after something comparable to Arlo, without subscriptions, look at Eufy. In summary, my Blink system has been quite trouble free, great battery life, pointless night vision, activity zones don't work particularly well. Just manage your expectations.

Sirisena

Thank you. :D

dreamypuma

They serve two completely different purposes. I would suggest you take a look at some reviews on YouTube for Blink. If you want 24/7 surveillance, and better image quality (particularly at night) go for the Hikvision.

dabe1971

We have 4 sets of outdoor ones, three covering the back garden, one the front. All are still showing 'OK' on their original set of batteries coming up for a year of usage BUT I have ours set to activate at midnight and turn off at 07:45. Also have set trigger zones on the front garden one so it only triggers if someone gets close to the property overnight - which is surprisingly often although not with any malice ! If you had them running 24/7 then I can imagine battery life would be diminished. Far from rubbish, just perhaps not the choice if you want to run them 24/7. Picture quality is fine in daylight and acceptable at night under IR although it can be affected with a foggy appearance in certain weather conditions. It was the alert trigger aspect I was looking for overnight as we had a lost drunken garden visitor one night and in that respect I can't fault it. Is it going to trigger as soon as you wave your hand - no. But if you're there for more than a few seconds it would in my experience. Some day when prices fall a bit more I'll install a 4k dedicated, local storage setup for 24/7 coverage but for overnight alerts and footage, this is great for the price.

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Blink XT2 | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 3-Camera System £194.99 Amazon
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mrke

All Blink XT2 camera sets now sold out. Replaced with the new Blink Outdoor system.

LiTtLE_DeE

No Problem, it's funny that you should've asked that question yesterday. I bought a Ring Doorview cam on primeday to run along side my existing Ring cams. All of my existing cams are hardwired either by mains power or PoE. I have just installed the Ring Doorview cam today which unlike my other cams is battery powered. In fact it's my first & only battery powered cam. Now there is a slight delay with notifications from all my wired cams but the delay on the battery powered Ring Doorview cam is ridiculous. Battery powered cams are going to be slower than wired cams as they tend to hibernate when not in use to conserve energy & only come out of hibernation when triggered by an alert but the slow wake up time makes the motion sensing fucntionality practically unusable when compared to the wired cams. Admittedly I am talking about Ring cams not this brand but I wouldn't have thought it wouldn't be much different as it's a fundemental difference between the two technologies. Wired or battery powered it is going to be the same no matter what brand. Hardwired cams are always going to out-perform battery powered cams.

harrythefish

We've all been led to believe that there's no way Blink type cameras will work on conventional Li-ion batteries. What kind of performance are you getting?

Jimmy.Mc

Thank you.

harrythefish

I tried to get clear confirmation about the free cloud storage on this XT2 camera but it was all too confusing and contradictory so I gave up. The love that execs have for roping folk into subscriptions seems to have distorted the security camera market. Imagine if you had to pay rental to use your home SLR camera or personal video recorder.

Blink XT2 (2nd Gen) | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 2-Way Audio, 2-Camera System £134.99 delivered at Amazon
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Blink XT2 (2nd Gen) | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 2-Way Audio, 2-Camera System £134.99 delivered at Amazon£134.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Extended battery life - 2-year battery life on two AA lithium batteries with a combination of two-way talk, Live View, and motion recording. Double the usage of the XT on a single … Read more
redant

Hopefully people didn't wait in anticipation of a better deal, as these are now being sold with huge mark-ups on both amazon and ebay. Clearly the new model is less attractive.

vegan1108

Oh my ! You have a lot of time to waste. Counting how many times the batteries were changed- let’s just go with you being a little efficient-NOT. Strange-most definitely. Anyhow, as I stated twice before, not everyone has had the same experience as myself. I do not however pat you on the back on your camera usage and prowess of utilising the product. I can only give my aspect. As far a changing the batteries, the cameras were all on 24 hrs a day as we live next to bigoted racists and have found multiple nailsat the bottom of our cars. So yes I had the cameras on all the time- trying to catch the racists. Damn camera died on me.. hope this clarifies all as to my camera usage. for the the love of all that is good and right- really? Come on I think we can be better.- manners

ec9wrr

You changed the batteries more than 13 times before thinking they may be faulty?! Mine have lasted 18 months without battery change. Maybe email blink or amazon to see if they can help? (Blink being an Amazon company) Worth a shot I would say. They're both very customer focused companies.

The_Frogs_are_Boiling

Does anyone know of any hacks, to enable the USB port on the sink module, it does have power coming out of it, but inserting a USB stick does noting that I can see in the app settings ;-( As if Amazon deliberately nobbled it when they bought the company.

vegan1108

Like I posted before NOT everyone will have had the same experience as myself.. this site allows for honest experience of products. I can only give MY personal experience. It is always good to have comments from all aspects