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Home security deal for Vodafone customers £99 + £14pm / 24mths £336 sub fee
Found 4 h, 8 m agoFound 4 h, 8 m ago
I just purchased this bit of kit and I'm sure all of them together is worth much more than £99. It didn't ask me to start paying the subscription fee either. It says you set it up … Read more
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Hot if you don't need the subscription. Looking at the website it states that the subscription only starts when you activate it yourself. But it also says that all the v-home kit is compatible with a SmartThings hub if you already own one with exception on the camera for some reason which needs the v-home hub.


Total cost is £435, not £99.


This will require a data plan as its smartphone controled, you activate and deactivate the alarm via the app. £14 a month seems expensive for the plan they are offering, I wouldn't of thought it uses much data so a pay as you go Sim might work out better

Over 35%-54% off Yale Locks Safes (£24.29 - £129.99) @ Amazon
TODAYTODAYFound 10 h, 30 m agoFound 10 h, 30 m ago
48% off Yale Locks YMS 25cm Medium Digital Safe: £39.99 54% off Yale Locks YVSS Small Value Safe, Black: £24.29 35% off Yale Locks YSM400EG1 Certified Office Safe wit… Read more
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Its a safe deal


Damn, I'm after a fireproof one. Looks like I'll be stumping up more money.


Very good find, though note that none of these are fire-proof (not that this will be an issue in most cases.)


Great find, hot!

35% off Blink XT Home Security Camera Systems
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
WEATHERPROOF FOR OUTDOOR OR INDOOR USE: Place and move your wireless Blink camera anywhere around your home both inside and out. Start off with a small system and expand to up to 1… Read more

According to the camels, it's regular price. am I missing something?


I think they got hooked on the "2 year battery life" idea and cut corners everywhere to achieve that (I had these but they went back to Amazon as were rubbish).


Mine are going strong after a year. Remember these aren't recording all the time... only on movement and mine trigger just a few times a year for a shirt video of 15 seconds each time.


2 year battery life on a wifi camera?? I'd like to hear from anyone who has ever come close to that. I'm guessing 2 weeks at best if used a few times a day?


My battery struggles to last a month. Distance from the hub i think

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Hive view home security camera - 114.99 @ Curry's
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Monitor your home from your smartphone or tablet Receive notifications when sound or movement is detected Records in Full HD 1080p Compatible with iOS / Android

Oos now


Don't be silly - that's not this


£96 on hive home website


Same price on Amazon at the moment


How’s the recording? Is it subscription cloud based or can you record through a memory card?

ARLO 3 VMS3330 Home Security Camera Kit - 3 Cameras £224.09 (using code) @ Currys
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
This security set is now down to £224.09. For home delivery orders enter code SECURITY10 at checkout. For reserve and collect orders, discount will be applied in store. Not … Read more

I will double check but pretty sure i dont. I purchased it as an open box from Amazon and on receiving it find no batteries or charger so got them to supply 12 quality batteries and a charging station OOPS i may have conned them unintentionally


thanks. i guess those cons come with a wireless set up. perhaps the Arlo 2 have better cameras or even another company


I have an Arlo Pro setup. It's a doddle to install, but the image quality on the Pro (better than the system advertised here) is not fantastic and is in no way as good as some of the better wires solutions around. Pros: Easy setup Completely wireless Good app and easy to access recordings No monthly fee Decent night vision. Multiple users can use the app Compatible with IFTTT Cons: Image quality isn't great (it doesn't, for example, get a reg plate from 7m away). Netgear's servers are located far, far away meaning it can really lag (ours are about 5-7 seconds behind live, so two way conversation is virtually impossible). Very often, it'll take multiple attempts to connect to the camera live meaning you'll miss the incident you were notified about Perhaps of more concern, there have been increasing instances of server downtime recently. It's meant no notifications and no recordings during these 'down' periods. If I could do it again, I'd pay for a quality wired system to be installed.


Back to £316 now


thank u!

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Foscam FN3104W Complete 4 Camera Wi-Fi CCTV Kit £249.99 @ Box.co.uk
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Great bit of kit to secure your home, think i saw it going for £299.99 on amazon so this is a bargain and with free shipping !
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Is this any good for you ? Swann CCTV


POE would always be better, no wifi issues and no issues such as signal degradation on long cable runs if you go down the analogue route. I wouldn’t recommend anything I haven’t used or had experience with personally but I imagine this kit should be fine being a Foscam or have a look at the AHD wired kits from Hikvision. They can be had for around the £200 mark such as this: https://www.rfconcepts.co.uk/hikvision-hiwatch-1080p-4-x-dome-camera-kit-3749.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-YTR1d3R3gIVTLHtCh0aeAGyEAQYASABEgJ2n_D_BwE I’m currently using a 4 channel Ezviz XC5 NVR with three generic 1080p cameras I bought from China though any Onvif camera will work fine. I would recommend Foscam FI9900P cameras, they’re excellent and have a super wide viewing angle but they’re pricey at £90-100 each.


you could buy everything separately, so DVR on its own, then your own choice of cameras. you will struggle to find PTZ kit for your £250 budget


Many thanks for your reply. I would be looking for the DVR to be included. With regards to the type of camera, I was hoping to get 2x bullets and 2x dome - but only if the domes were PTZ and controllable remotely. I have since learned that this doesnt appear to be a viable option with these sets, unless I'm mistaken? Thanks again


I haven’t looked at the specs for this, but again like someone said earlier, if this is only 720 resolution then I’d avoid. I’ve seen plenty and unless very close up shots, the image is never good enough to really offer a positive identification on someone. I’ve got a wireless 1080p system that again creates its own WiFi network and has worked perfectly for about 1 year now. I even have 2 of the cameras situated about 20-30m away from the pvr but the signal is still strong for each even across that distance and through 2 brick walls. Each camera uses other cameras on the network for a signal boost effectively therefore producing a good signal. There are always pro’s and cons for each system whether wired or not but my experience has been very good. It’s a 4 camera Yeskam system from Amazon with a 2tb pvr and ip access which has been extremely stable too.

Swann 1080P CCTV DVR & 8 CAMERAS £429.99 @ Screwfix
Found 31st OctFound 31st Oct
"Features True Detect PIR Thermal Sensing technology to reliably detect heat-generating moving objects, such as people, large pets and cars. Eliminates false triggers such as falli… Read more

My comment was more about Screwfix “deals” in general rather than this specific deal.


Thanks. I did check and it seemed like a pretty decent deal and comparable to other deals with only 4 camera's. However, After reading up a bit more, I now realise that there's DVR and NVR and corresponding cameras, and the newer NVR is better and more expensive and this is DVR, which I assume is probably where the frost is coming from. I did say I didn't know a lot about CCTV and does anyone have any advice and is this decent, but nobody was willing to help it seems. Although, I learnt a bit more about CCTV and different options from it in a round about way, so not all lost! Thanks everyone! (y)


I like shopping at Screwfix but you have to be careful with their “deal of the day”s. I often check prices elsewhere and find them cheaper but when I question them on Twitter they don’t reply.


The description says it can be expanded to 16 cameras but I'm sure thats an 8 channel recorder?


Link please?

3 x Really Useful Box 35 Litre for £27 free Store Delivery @ Ryman
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Colours Available : Delivery options available: FREE Click & Collect on this item Free Next Day Delivery when you spend £40 or more Free Delivery to Store Standard deliv… Read more

Got 15% off on that price using my daughters uniday code!! :)


Oh ... actually just noticed this... so might be a better option for some who prefer amazon ? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Really-Useful-Litre-Storage-Clear/dp/B07CWLF6T5/ref=dp_ob_title_ce


If it's the same as this one at Amazon can highly recommend.. I got that one when it was down to 12 quid.. proper sturdy great quality! https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000N1ZMW2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


These are the 'value' range that are not as good as the original ones https://www.wickes.co.uk/Really-Useful-Clear-Value-Storage-Box---33-5L/p/165006


£20 for 3 at Wickes, click & collect only.

Pir motion sensor Solar security LED light 550 lumens by Spear & Jackson Select £14.99 in-store@ Home bargain Belle Vale Liverpool
LocalLocalFound 20th OctFound 20th Oct
HB in-store had about 8 boxes, I never purchased myself so can't review it. On the box info No wiring required. Pir sensor activates light when Motion is detected. Durable and wate… Read more

I also purchased one of these in March. Works great and I cannot fault mine. Light is not as bad as a 500W halogen, I find it is bright enough to see fine at night. Currently charging without an issue, used at least five times at night and twice in the morning when I take the dog out. Must have got a good one.


Obviously there are lots of different versions/build's of these, I must of been lucky for mine to last 3 years and it gets lots of rain etc , quite exposed site. I did actually seal the glass window with silicone sealant when I first installed it as the inside of the glass was showing a little condensation build up, so maybe that's why it's lasted :/


Bought one last year lasted 3 months .garbage bins all over uk must be full of them just saying


I've got a different brand solar powered light from Amazon, had it about three years now. It's positioned over front door area and solar panel is positioned about 6 feet away on facia boards facing in a westerly direction. It comes on about a dozen times each night usually triggered by cats. Never had a problem with it, works 12 months of the year!


Problem with these is , it's winter when you most need it.But as the nights get longer it wont charge enough to power.

Y-Cam Indoor Camera £69.99 delivered
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Have one of these myself and works very well, have used whilst abroad and pretty seamless! One advantage with the Y-Cam is the cloud storage is 7 day rolling but free. Protect Ind… Read more
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3 Arlo cameras are £285 on Amazon. 3 of these (on this deal) would be £210. If you want outdoor then maybe Arlo is better. If you want indoor then Y-Cam is a solid choice. Pls note I have not used Arlo to compare quality. I have used Y-Cam for several years and they have been superb. They are UK based and I’ve had no problems with their customer service.


That is hot UK deals fault not Y-cam. Y-cam website has the information on there which customer should read before submitting order. Your opinion Arlo is better which you're entitled too. Arlo also restricts storage limit and number of cameras.


Clearly states on the description above "One advantage with the Y-Cam is the cloud storage is 7 day rolling but free." This is incorrect They will charge you after 12 months No thanks Buy ARLO, better system and free storage


Clearly stated on the website that a subscription is required after 12 months.


If you read the reviews the negative comments are around the change in terms when they had to introduce the subscription plans. It is very clear on the website that the service is included for 12 months with a new camera before you need to purchase a subscription plan.

Ring doorbell 2 £95.20 @ Amazon
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Just spotted this on amazon. Cheapest I’ve seen the doorbell v2 Ring Video Doorbell 2 - 1080p HD video, two-way talk, motion detection, wifi-connected, Satin Nickel Get next-lev… Read more

What chime do people use with it - the one from Ring is pretty expensive, any good-ish options without costing a fortune?


Just lightly drill the screw heads to remove the pattern for screwdriver, and they cant be stolen unless the thief has a drill to finish drilling screw heads off


Mine arrived this morning , not opened yet.


I'm still waiting.lol


I know I was just surprised it arrived next day, as I don’t have prime at the moment I was expecting it to be a few days. :)

Livarno Lux LED Motion-Detecting Night Light only £4.99 From Thurs 18th @ Lidl
LocalLocalFound 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Motion-activated night light which only gets triggered in the dark With integrated magnets for attaching to metal surfaces and fixings for wall mounting Motion detector range: 3–… Read more
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Nope, On / Auto / Off Light stayes on for abou 15sec and takes a sec after detects movements


is the duration of the illumination settable?


Previous reply says 4 AA and another reply says 4 months but the replies do say it's for a different make.


Any idea about battery life & type ?


4 AA Batteries in the ones I have. Different make but very similar. Use Duracell and they will last for ages. Mount them as in picture and you get a downward facing light and other way up for a brighter more room filling light.

Burg Wächter Key Safe only £17.99 from Thurs 18th Oct @ Lidl
LocalLocalFound 14th OctFound 14th Oct
With a strong, stable body suitable for wall mounting Adjustable 4-digit combination which can be reset 10.000 times Protective cover with sliding mechanism Includes fixings Si… Read more
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Indeed, the amount of people that do this. (ex Home Security Specialist)


Might be a few https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=159&t=1472565 (y)


Buy one of these then hide your keys under the stone frog. Thieves will break into the empty key lock and leave disappointed.


Or if you want a random tramp using your bed, drinking your beer and wearing your long John's whilst you are on holiday.


As someone mentioned above, buy a dead cheap one and attach it to the front of your house, and use it as a decoy. Try and find somewhere unobtrusive for the one that holds the key to your door

Solar Wall LED Motion Sensor Security Light with 3 Modes now £5.99 Prime / £10.48 Non Prime w/promo Sold by RBU2017UTEN /Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
The kid in me LOVES the colour changing option on this Solar Wall LED Motion Sensor Security Light :D Currently on sale for £9.99 (down from £25+) but if you redeem the on site … Read more
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Mine arrived, seems alright... However 300 cycle battery life assuming 7 hours of sunlight. So maybe a year?


Similar for £5.55 from China. I have four now & they seems pretty good. Have to see if they're still going in a year . . .https://www.gearbest.com/outdoor-lights/pp_1222716.html?wid=1433363#goodsDetail


There is no code. Just look at the comment before yours. On the product page, there is a checkbox that you tick to get 40% discount.


whats the code


Says I'm not eligible ;(

Nest outdoor cam £139 Amazon - back to lowest price!
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Been waiting for these to drop again to get the new house setup. Amazing HD outdoor cams back down to their lowest price (£139 March 29th 2018 was the last via camelcamelcamel) I … Read more



For anyone buying this, bear in mind the (ridiculously) large USB connector - shown on the right of the picture below. It requires a hole roughly 2cm big to pass through the wall, depending on how you plan to wire it up.


how are people connecting the yi cams if not using the usb wire? is there any way to connect these to some always on power supply?


Hahah... At least you can watch it though in glorious high definition.


Guys, I need some tips on how to fit these cameras. I bought a yi one, it's USB as well and it's still sitting on the shelf as I haven't figured out how to get electricity outside... I don't wanna drill through the UPVC window frame upstairs, the attic doesn't really have enough space for me to crawl around in it and I don't have a long enough drill bit to go through the wall... I gotta fit it somehow...


The Luceco lights are a far better build quality to the other ones listed here. I’ve fitted all types, including the LAP ones from Screwfix and in my experience Luceco are definitely worth paying that little bit more for the quality.


Actually, this would have been perfect for me. Small back garden and the 10w I have is way too bright, you can see it through thick voiles and curtains and the pre installed wire would have saved on faff.


I would think a pre-wired light would be inconvenient to swap in for an existing light.


Okay cheers for the detailed feedback (y) I'll be watching that toolstation one ready to post if goes on sale. Looks brilliant compared to this deal Your last link leads to 30W for £15 instaed of 20w for £11 though


and Lidl have a special for a 18w for £12 this week. Bought one and it's great.


A 500w 12 quid halogen PIR is still worth considering in some situations. They knock out about 9000 lumens compared to 7000 for 100w led. They ARE bright. For simple security deterence effect they can do the job cheaply ,even better in a vandalism situation. Ideally you do not want them to be triggered so the minimal time they are on isn't an issue. For illumination purposes ,as the item posted is, LED is the way to go. A cold deal.


Hide your IP camera in it !!! Cheap waterproof housing.


I posted a halogen site light a while back that also went cold. Now I know it applies to wall mounted home lights too, I will give up on all things halogen. Some people did talk about tinkering with these lights though, taking them apart and upgrading and so on. It's a cheap base unit with that in mind.


Halogen you say?.........


No PIR and halogen. Poor value compared to LED equivalent

Ring Doorbell V2 - £117.24 with code @ Euro Car Parts
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Ring Doorbell V2 for 117.24 after 33% off using code PART75 Might be out of stock but at this price I would order and wait for delivery. They have a floodlight too: https://www… Read more

This is despite the fact that they are still taking back orders with delivery in 3-4 weeks time!


Just had a cancellation email come through! Please accept this as confirmation that your order has now been cancelled. We regret that we have been unable to fulfil your order in this occasion and hope you will consider us again in the future. Kind regards Customer Service 0203 788 7842 custservice@eurocarparts.com Thank you for shopping with us. https://www.eurocarparts.com UK's No.1 Car Parts Retailer


I agree, it does look ridiculously large, the ring pro is a more 'normal' looking doorbell..both do the same job though lol


Yeh I know. But the nest has far better pic quality and is about size of a normal doorbell, the ring bell is about 4 times the size its look stupid



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