Showing as £149 for me
Like your in a space movie lol
Showing as £149 for me
Like your in a space movie lol
Back at full price?
I've see YouTube videos on people mounting under eaves.
HI. Can these be ceiling mounted or are they wall mounted only?
Yes sound way better than the four cameras I’ve got. Only thing is I paid £197 for them all and the floodlightsare obviously way more. I’m now thinking I might have someone to instal Hikvision 5mp cameras are £440 for four with hard drive. Problem is there’s so many cameras out there and everyone’s view differs
These work in a different way to the battery cams, also record 60 secs instead of 30 and if they do detect something they can also backpack the 3 secs before the alert.
Why is this cold?
This is a pretty good deal, the chime pro is £50 making the floodlight camera £140!!
Oh. My. God. They’re AMAZING. I’m so pleased with them. Hope they come up again at this price!
Set mine up today, build quality top notch and very pleased with them
Ohhh good luck (y)
That video is how set it up with Google home and Alexa. I want help getting it to work with Samsung smartthings?
Not quite sure what PIR technology means but it hasn't got a sensor so waste of time.
Unable to reserve and collect.
Looks great but Oos for me
Had before, works fine but only a 0.5m cable. Just FYI
Only 46 there so I counted ‘em.......
Bought one of these, luckily managed to keep it and get a full refund. Use it as a glorified floodlight (which it's not very good at either), only ever use the camera feature if I need to check on the garden remotely or if I hear some noise at night. Having it record or do anything remotely intelligent like motion detection is a total waste of time. Swann's customer support is rank bad and their support forum has been down for about 6 months now. Buyer beware, wouldn't pay £10 for it.
From one of the Costco reviews: "There is also no way to modify the detection area which I thought would have been possible. I was hoping to also be able to view the live stream for as long as I would like, at least 10-20 minutes, useful if you are expecting a visitor.. however this also has a non adjustable timer of around 30 seconds before the live stream stops."
How did you get those stats, berisford? Is there a filter that selects only free product reviews? Did you just count them?
I got V-Tac 471 VT-50-S from CPC which has a 5 year warranty.. take with a pinch of salt but if it fails within 5 years I will lodge a claim under the guarantee.. (y) reliability.. only time will tell!
I bought a meikee from Amazon which seems to be on deal of the day on a regular basis and is a good time to buy. States ip66 and presently £23 for 30w . With generally good reviews and a I think a £14 deal price I took the plunge. The pir is a lot more accurate than the luceco but only been up about months so can't comment on longevity although it has already out lasted one luceco (lol)
"something more reliable" - any suggestions? I see V-tag mentioned. I've had 2 other brands of PIR floodlights fail. Both were IP65 so I wouldn't put money on that being a solution. I lost a few hours of my life trying to research better brands but all had a decent number of bad reviews, talking about multiple failures.
I just got the v-tag as well - seems to be the only one ip65 in a reasonable price range , I also had to get a defused version as the second light is lower down and eye damage is possible with these (the defused 20w version cost me £85 but is coastal weather proof and guaranteed it will never discolour or fade - but still probably will burn my eyes out)
Normally I would agree, however I have a narrow path down the side of my house which just needs a bit of light to see your way. This is bang on perfect!
If you compare the picture quality though and the fact it has a rechargeable battery built in then it is a step up on Ring products.
Good system good deal heat!
I do like this brand, have smart bulbs and other Anker products. However, after seeing the prices for their security cameras and their floodlight camera, I wonder if they do not go a bit too far. The whole point for me getting Anker products was decent products for cheap prices. Their prices are close to the Ring range.
Hi,if the built-in memory is only 4gb ,using 1080p it's going to be rewritting alot,and if the memory is non replaceable then you just have a flood light?
Nice one and apologies, i missed that bit (embarrassed)
They've got this deal on again until 8th March - although it's £195 now but still good!
One battery included.........for what?
Is all I see.
£104 installation @ local heroes ...LOL..to connect a couple of wires already fixed ..no thanks
Plus some £30+ a year subscription costs
Looks like it! (y)
Comment was relevant and therefore potentially useful. How about you recognising people offer differing opinions your your own and the comments section is a perfectly acceptable platform to raise them (cheeky)
So where did you helpfully list products that work within the “Ring” environment. All I saw was a smug comment on people throwing money at a product that you don’t like. Not helpful, not informative just a bit immature. Certainly not what this site is all about. How about reflecting, reading your comment again and starting with a new attitude for the new year :D
I want one of these too but even though this is a good discount I'm waiting for a sub £150 offer to pop up
Just love these lights :)
You can get relatively cheap conversion kits to change standard flush toilets to 'hand wave' toilets so no contact is needed. I bought one with the intention of using it in the downstairs loo just for show... never fitted it, of course. (embarrassed)
I use Sonoff rf bridge via a pir in Mancave as I walk in the door magnet turns the light on and it stays on whilst the pir see's me and after 10 mins the socket times out and turns off. I'm going to use a remote control for these via the rf bridge to turn them on besides Google or the app. I want to be able to turn them on when i'm away if see hears anything
connect it to a smart plug and buy a sensor? Think that might be be sufficient with Alexa or Google etc
How so? Hub required or just a heat sensor? could you run a scene through Alexa to say if motion detected , switch on floodlight for 5minutes? I'm new to this, any help would be appreciated.
Just to say picked up the Homebase one and so far so good
Thanks again, voted (and commented) the other one too.
Although not my deal, glad I could help. (y) (Be sure to heat the Homebase deal).
Cancelled my purchase and ordered your one. Thank you!
I think you may have a point, this states to be 800 lumens which leaves my deal in the shade.
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Can someone explain how Costco are selling these £164 when ring selling these £249? Is it a quality or firmware issue
Do you need to be a member?
These are much better than the doorbells. You can angle them downwards so that they only see your property, avoiding the need to put up signs and comply with GDPR.
Just to note, I have 4 ezviz cameras inc two floodlights and the integration with SD card storage is awesome, super quick reply and easy to use timeline scrubber. I'm glad to not pay for another cloud storage provider, subscription free is the reason I got these, the app works well.
Oh ok. I did not know that. May be ring floodlight cam is better option.
Shame the ezviz cloud offering does not cover multiple cameras
Thanks for that. will update price.
Black Friday discount too. £10 off £100
Same offer Costco online £170
I wish I had thought of that joke instead of my own :)
I'll be honest with everyone, didn't look for reviews, just went looking for a light that could work behind glass. I have a lightbulb one that's half way up my hall, so a boon when entering through the front door in the dark (switch half way up hall too) I'll report back on the quality, when I get it!
I did a little research on these and most reviews on these type of lights suggest that they breakdown after a few months and get too sensitive or just die. I'll pass on this one
Bear I mind, people mostly review when they have problem with items
Seems pretty useless to me. Can't imagine why a burglar would bring a microwave with them.
This is a great deal, especially if you need the WiFi extender, which most will with this product. Better than the recent Amazon deal in my opinion. Purchased. Thanks op(y)
Thanks 😁 (y)
This was £167.98 (incl VAT) in store yesterday, had an instant saving sticker on it with expiry 24/11/19 on it. The code to get £10 off is online only.
Anyone know how much this is in store and if the code can be used?
Seems like these cheap led are false economy, the effort to put it up is worth more than the light. I will make sure to spend more for a better product when I do come to buy these outdoors lights.
Would would want the them to be sufficiently weatherproof. :)
Wot! That's a bit tight. ;)
Mine lasted all of 4 months, couldn't be bothered to take down and return, would def get better than IP44.
Not seen that. But would be optimistic about it getting fixed eventually. Think they push out firmware quite regularly. The lights can be trigger by the water vapour coming out of the boiler outlet. In any case, being LED, the energy use is minimal.
Had mine fitted today, seems really good.... only problem I have found... the light turns on exactly every 30 minutes for no reason what so ever for 20 seconds, no motion at all outside. Looked online, and seems to be a common fault. Think the ring team are trying to fix it with an update but people have been getting replacements sent out which i can't be bothered with. Would rather them just fix the fault. Anyone else been having this problem?
If you wanted the camera, it's a good deal anyway. Are you really going to miss the show? Can buy the 8 for a good price right now. Or wait for more deals to come and if it happens again, order again and cancel /return the floodlight from the first order.
I ordered it and floodlight came but it turns out I forgot to add the show (mad) The camera itself was £169! Tried to talk to customer service but they said can't do anything. Any ideas. More than peeved
Thanks, I've just done this with the one unopened one I had. Will be £50.30 back after postage and have bought the Show 8 with the 2 Hue bulbs for £69.99. Was tempted to do the same with the opened one, but doesn't seem fair.
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