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15% off all Smart security items w/code @ Currys
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
I used this code to get 15% off an IP camera for my home. Smart home web page
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Code won't work on a security camera listed on their promotion for home delivery... Rubbish!


Failed miserably...


I can confirm they won't accept the code in store as I'm stood in one now, but getting one of the staff to see what she can do...fingers


Doesn’t work with ring doorbell listed under smart security?


2. Discount codes can only be used on orders for home delivery. Reserve & Collect orders are excluded from this offer.

31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Cheapest I can find this camera, £104.99 elsewhere. This 1080p camera is ideal for outdoor use with it's weatherproof case. HD CCTV camera that can be used to extend Yale CCTV syst… Read more
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Come on guys, once you have the evidence, do you really expect the police to do anything...😁


I LOLd at this.


It’s an IP camera, it’s already a digitised image in a computing device. Of course you’d do an actual screen capture. As for zooming in on a 4MP image, of course you can. This camera, and I’m going purely on specs, not so much specifically this camera. Has twice the pixel count of 1080p. I’ll ask again, what resolution do you expect from a CCTV camera? 4K, that’s 8MP. Please educate me?


Mate this isn’t Colombo where i need to document how evidence is gathered. If your going to the police they come and collect the evidence anyway (about 2 months after the event). So yes taking a picture with a phone of a screen is how most people do it and then chuck it on Facebook / snap / insta asking for help, cos the police are too slow. It’s 2018 not 1990. Who plugs in a usb, download the video / image still, plug it into a computer convert the video to a FLV for YouTube in 2018?? Finally, dodging the question..? I clearly asked “you Are you saying you will be able to zoom into a 4mp picture and pick out marking like a logo or tattoo?” You didn’t answer. It’s ok il answer it for you :{ ANSWER - No. No like the other op’s who voted this camera ice cold. It’s useless as a CCTV camera or any camera. You might as well get a dog and ask it what happened. You’ll have more luck finding the culprit. To end this camera is no good. I, along with everyone else can’t see why you think it’s any good.


Wasn't aware they'd hacked the firmware to add RTSP, still totally pointless and now all and sundry can view your video feed.. why not buy a proper cctv camera in the first place

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YI Dome Camera 1080p @ Amazon prime day deal - £34.99
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
1080p on lighting deal for 5 hours Also have both colours and the 720p for 22.99
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Yeah, you're right I did, that would explain it.


was waiting for that, cheers. also bought 32gb high endurance micro sd on ebay for £14 hope that will be enough


Hey Guys, I bought some of the Home 720p cameras... .(not the dome) and I wondered if anyone that actually already has one can tell me if they are compatiable with the yi cloud service? I have read in some places they are, some they aren't and some that they wern't but they are now. #confused


You didn't buy the black one did you? I say this, as for me I bought the White one. Now the white one shows as no longer available for £34.99, however the black one shows on offer for me. So the reverse shows for me now.


The camera has a microphone and an "alert" setting. (and is an InfraRed camera which works really well in almost total darkness) When the camera hears a loud noise (baby crying) or motion detected then it can send an alert to your phone. (with a 6 second clip) I've not used the sound detected option though, but motion detection works well. You can then view the camera and talk through the app if needed. also: looks like the deal has ended on the Black model, but the white is still available for another 3.5 hours (until 6pm ish)

Prime day YI camera upto 58% off from £16.99 @ amazon now live starts 16/07/18
Refreshed 17th JulRefreshed 17th Jul
So after seeing a few face book post they are going to have a good sale on the YI cameras tomorrow simlair to the deal of the day one posted the other day! See here All there deal… Read more
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Don't know Screen hot and added to the feed


I used a 22 mm drill bit in my sds drill


Ah, just realized I was in a recoding when I done this and that's why the time line appeared. On the timeline you can only select the orange sections to view which are alerts. So to revisit and answer the question correctly , No I don't think you can rewind the live feed (embarrassed)


In using android phone, when I click on the live feed the video just zooms in.


It should be able to go through the window and close fine. Depending on the way your pvc window is fitted, they may be some pvc stripes fitted to finish off edging around the window. I would try to use these as routes in. Personal I wouldn't drill holes to big through the actually window. With the junction box I would roll up the lead to the camrea inside the junction box make it look neat and out the way. Sadly I have no video for you to follow.

Time2 WiFi Home Security CCTV Camera System HD. Four camera deal £176.97 @ Groupon with possible Quidco
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
I've been on the lookout for a decent WiFi enabled home cctv system and my search took me the the Evening Standard website where the brand Time2 is been rated very highly Time2 r… Read more
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If anybody livess in the Leicestershire Area and after a Yale HD720 Smart CCTV camera set that was on offer in Homebaserecently, PM me, thanks.

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YI Dome Camera Pan/Tilt/Zoom Wireless IP Security Surveillance System 720p HD Night Vision £23.99 w/code @ Sold by YI Official Store UK and FBA
Refreshed 14th JunRefreshed 14th Jun
Cracking price again, decent camera and grab it whilst you can :) Use promo under price, redeem and it'll discount at basket OR use code YIDOME19 at basket/checkout I have the s… Read more

I just organised the return, but as this is something I have not tried yet I will give it a shot... fingers crossed!


I guess the one posted here got PAN/Tilt/Zoon options but the one you provided the links haven't got those. Surely it's not mentioned in the title not sure whether they have.


Friend also could not get his to connect to a bt dual band router, we disabled the 5GHz and then it connected okay, once connected we enabled the 5GHz and it stayed connected to the wifi.


I wish I knew why mine doesn't. Tried everything I can possibly think of. It just times out on the 'May take 1-2 minutes to pair' bit. :( I have the superhub 2.0... buit then my TP link thing is newer and it doesnt work with that either.


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Smart HD1080 CCTV System - 4 Camera @ homebase in store only - £198.50
LocalLocalFound 8th JunFound 8th Jun been reduced today from £399+ Extra 1080p cams @ £67.50 for 2 or you can u… Read more



I just read you PM but note that you cannot receive private messages I just made sure that the system is working but everything is back in the box. I always do this with almost anything and I could not resist to buy as I always wanted one. I hope everything is going to be ok with you, yale customer service should be able to help in case, I hope. here there is the manual you can download but not sure if it is the same as the one in the box: good luck


One twin cameras HD1080 cctv pack which can accommodate up to 4 cameras for £120 left behind the CS counter in Southend on sea. They also have the outdoor twin bullet HD1080 cameras for £67.50 and the HD720 version for £29. Took photos but don’t don’t know how to upload.!


Hello guys ive still not had chance to install my cctv However i am sure sum of you guys may have.. so any reviews pros and cons about this?? Thank u


They do 30m cables, if your homebase has any they should be under £6 I bought 1 just in case.

Yale Smart HD720 2 Cam CCTV System £85 @ Homebase instore
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
just been reduced from £170 and extra 2 cameras will only cost £29
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Wonder is anyone can help. Installed powrline adapters and getting a solid wired internet connection (although my max speed in 1.8 Mb/s...Sky). But the app still can't find the DVR. It says " no device" every time. I've used both SN and IP methods of connecting but both don't work. Anyone got this problem before? I know it requires 10 Mb/s speed, as mentioned in the booklet, but surely that's for viewing and playing; at the very least the app should connect, right?


That's good you have a working setup now!


Thanks for the advice - with the short return window I had (Homebase is out of town for me) I managed to get a different brand DVR locally which works fine with the 1080p Yale cameras, and just returned the full 720p Yale kit.


unofficial but the 720p box works with the 1080p cameras, in my opinion the boxes are the same and will clearly tell when a1080p camera is fitted. I tried one but took it back to swap for the proper 1080p system when it went down in price. Something else must have happened. I would not suggest to tell yale to ask them why, they will for sure invalid the warranty, Try with the 720p cameras and see what does happen


Maybe you could try and speak with someone at Yale directly. I would just unplug the two 1080p cameras from the first two ports and see if it works with three and four? As I am totally unfamiliar with this product I can't really be of much help I am afraid but I hope you manage to get it working as I imagine it will be a pain to uninstall it.

Yale cctv 720p 4x camera - £121 instore only @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Great system we currently have a 2 camera 720p system that was £220 new, this is a fantastic price. Click and collect,

It possible could be your connection speed, my sky fibre is running around 32-38mbs and sometimes mine struggles to connect. Evan WiFi on my phone as well.


Wonder is anyone can help. Installed powrline adapters and getting a solid wired internet connection (although my max speed in 1.8 Mb/s...Sky). But the app still can't find the DVR. It says " no device" every time. I've used both SN and IP methods of connecting but both don't work. Anyone got this problem before? I know it requires 10 Mb/s speed, as mentioned in the booklet, but surely that's for viewing and playing; at the very least the app should connect, right? Thanks in advance


Thanks for was driving me nuts :D


Bottom row, button second from the right looks like a video camera. Click that then there's a sliding bar underneath the image to choose the time. Hope that helps. Works well for me


Has anyone worked out how to playback footage on the yale cctv app (android)? I have no problem through the box on the tv but only seem to be able view live footage on phone :/ . Thanks

Swann DVR4-4575 4 Channel Digital Video Recorder with 2 x PRO-T852 & 2 x PRO-T854 Cameras £279.98 @ Costco
LocalLocalFound 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Noticed these whilst visiting Costco Liverpool. They had quite a few CCTV kits out on display. This is the cheapest I've seen for a 4 Camera Kit, from quite a reliable brand with i… Read more

Each to their own I suppose. I wouldn't call hikvision kit (rebadged or not) inferior though, they've overtaken dahua as the market leader


Thats EOL 1 year warranty, without cables or HD and although another OEM HiVision (their older stuff) I'd still say Swan is better especially when you are talking security and IP cameras. Time you have added the extras as a cost its a lot more and for an arguably inferior brand with EOL support. I'd go the Costco deal. Not saying the deal you found is bad just Costco is better for my needs.


Of course it's IP... it's PoE. Granted you have to sort yourself out a HDD but still a better value deal than this


We bought a similar Swann kit from Costco a couple of years ago for £200; can't remember the model but it will have been lower spec. Had no issues with it and picture quality is good. Best thing is that Costco have an excellent returns policy if you want to take it back.


That wouldn't be IP based and comparable or have a hard drive in the PVR. Nearest comparable on that site is the 4 x HikVision + PVR no hard disk, mounting bracket or cables £257 time you've added these its nearer £350.

Yale Smart HD1080 2 Cam CCTV System £120 @ homebase
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Yale Smart HD1080 2 Cam CCTV System has been reduced to £120 (other retailer above £197). This system is ideal for your house or flat . I bought one for my terraced house as that'… Read more

Wonder is anyone can help. Installed powrline adapters and getting a solid wired internet connection (although my max speed in 1.8 Mb/s...Sky). But the app still can't find the DVR. It says " no device" every time. I've used both SN and IP methods of connecting but both don't work. Anyone got this problem before? I know it requires 10 Mb/s speed, as mentioned in the booklet, but surely that's for viewing and playing; at the very least the app should connect, right?


Click on the home button in the middle of the screen (little house!) Then the device menhir should open up. Then click on remote video. You can then select the date and stole through the video. The instruction manual isn't the clearest. There are so many options that aren't explained in the manual. I think I'm just unlucky, my DVR is only allowing a resolution of 960. I spoke with technical support and they are sending a new DVR. It might be worth checking yours works to the stated specification (y)


Has anyone worked out how to playback footage on the yale cctv app (android)? I have no problem through the box on the tv but only seem to be able view live footage on phone :/ . Thanks


Ken@ How did you get on with yr cctv All ok?


It's x 1 of 2TB DVR Similarly the 720p one is x 1 of 1TB DVR They've just poorly formatted it

Motorola Focus 73 Connect Outdoor HD Wi-Fi Smart Home Monitoring Camera, Black £84.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
According to the camel its the cheapest its ever been, and having got my hands on one I can tell you it's a substantial piece of kit with a metal cast housing. Easy to set up and … Read more
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I use a Foscam with the Camhi app. It was £7 on HUKD and consistently performs better than my Motorola & Hubble


The Amazon reviews include ratings across a range of Motorola models. The Focus 73 ratings specifically are considerably worse overall..


..The complaints seem mainly to be from people who can't operate broken technology.


Terrible reviews. More 1 star than any other number of stars!


Chinese camera APP to work with these cameras. The poor reviews appear to be people who can't operate technology - alas there are a lot of them around, and poor firmware in the early days which has now been updated to be much more secure.

HiWatch by Hikvision CCTV kit 6 x Mini Bullet Cameras & 8 channel NVR & 2TB HDD £448.20 Delivered @
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Had a few requests for complete CCTV kits, and noticed Box were selling this HiWatch kit for much less than other retailers. NVR with 2TB storage, and includes 6 mini bullet camera… Read more

You may be able to do that but if there is an 8 camera limit then its suggest to me that the cameras may need to be connected directly to the NVR.


Network cable is definitely better but a better option is for the NVR to be able to find the camera once it's on the network and not connected directly to the NVR.


I don't understand the security problem..... If you leave default passwords on and put on a network open to internet, then of course you are just inviting someone to have a peek. Just keep them isolated, and access via a jump server/console if needed.


Why wouldn't you be able to connect the cameras via a POE switch?


Wireless systems come with their own problems (Check the Arlo threads for some of them). Network cable is better than power and connection cables though.

Swann CCTV Smart Wi-Fi 1080p 8GB Nightvision View/Record/Sound Security Camera £99 @ Argos / Ebay
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Decent price for a 1080p Wireless home security Camera 1080p HD battery operated Wi-Fi camera, can be placed indoors or outdoors, easy DIY set up, with access to the Swann 24/7 te… Read more

Don't waste your money. I got one free being a manager at Maplin and the app is rubbish. Takes ages to connect and also no way of setting schedule so you don't get alerts on your phone when you're at home. Read the reviews on Amazon etc before you bother.

Swann 1080p cctv reduced £299.99 at Screwfix
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Seems like a good deal Any expert advises hot ukdealers?? Ty

Thanks all you experts :) I am doing a complete renovation and done CAT 6 cabling . All the wiring has been dragged inside of the walls and is not visible until it pulls out to where the location of the cameras will be ... All i can say is So Help me God ..


Yeah my bad, I was thinking more along the line of Hikvision systems, where you do need power for the non-PoE cameras. I'm no expert, just been researching over the last couple of months and ended up with a Hikvision NVR and 5mp PoE cameras, still to fit though!


Just to update. This DVR also has double the storage (2tb). I just found it here for £300 plus an extra £20 off (with code) making it just £280


Sorry but cold from me. They are always available at this price from different retailers. You can get the 3mp system with the newer far more attractive DVR Here for only £9 more with free delivery. Although I would definitely recommend a swann system!


As others have already commented you definitely don't need a spark to fit these cameras.....they did ask for an expert :p POE typically is better for high resolution systems. In terms of wiring the cameras it's almost identical. These sets include the rg59 cable (two wires together). The only difference is when you reach the box POE plugs straight in whilst these go to a mains power source - one plug with a splitter will power multiple cameras! An NVR is used for IP (network) cameras. The cameras process the video as such and then send it down the cable where the video is then stored or viewed through the NVR. Whereas a DVR is used with analogue cameras. The signal is sent down the cable and then the DVR processes the signal. Analogue systems can be susceptible to interference - particularly when over long lengths of cable (300ft +). For home use they're absolutely fine and usually far more affordable. Btw I have a 3mp swann coax system and its great.

AMAZON - Yi Outdoor Camera (£22 off) - £57.99 - Sold by YI Official Store UK / Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Cracking camera. The Yi cameras have been featured many times on this site. There is currently a £22 off voucher on the page. You select the offer (promotional message), select add… Read more
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Works with 64gb card


What is promo code


Ordered cheers


Back in stock with promo code.


That's fantastic! How long ago was that? I'm just trying to gauge when they might have another offer on for them. How you finding yours and would you recommend it?

960P 1080P 3MP 5MP Wireless Panoramic IP 3D VR Camera WIFI Bulb Light FishEye Surveillance 360 Degrees CCTV Home Security Camera - 960P £20.21 @ banggood
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
The 960p is £20.21 this is £39.99 on amazon It has two way audio as well so could be used as baby monitor processor: XM510A sensor: H65 Maximum resolution: 1280*960 Pixels: 130W … Read more

Sorry for silly question but would this work if the light was pointing upwards? was thinking of installing this in outside light but unsure if it was work? is it only for a celling fitting?


Thanks for clearing that up.


So, any idea which Chinese government sponsored servers this sends data back to without knowledge (or permission) of the consumer?


Confirmed by who? if you switch off a light-switch, there is no power transmitted to the bulb. Unless it has a huge battery hidden somewhere, it's physically impossible. Just like smart-bulbs - useless if someone flicks the wall-switch.


I expect they work by switching the light switch on to power it. You then switch the light on/off via the app only. I.e. switch must be left alone. Turning the light switch itself off will cut power and functionality unless it has a built in rechargeable battery which I very much doubt :(

YI Dome Camera 1080p HD Pan/Tilt/Zoom w/ Night Vision (Black version) & more £39.99/£38.99 with Promo @ Amazon YI
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Finally back in stock/down in price - use promo on page or try using code DOME1080 (On amazon page at footer) May show £38.99 as reported by a couple of members! Personally i thi… Read more
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thanks for getting back del.. (y)


I have 5 set up. They all record when there is motion the cloud, which I subscribe to. They would record on to your sd card if you have one. When recorded you can download any motion recorded part to your phone/tablet /pc.* *pc software needed


So will it only record one camera at a time , and will it constantly record it to your phone if you want..


It's all in the app.


how did you record it ,and cant you just set something up to record it when you want..?

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