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eufy Security eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security £99.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 8 h, 47 m agoPosted 8 h, 47 m ago
For those who already have EufyCam CCTV in your houe you can add more! 1080p Full HD Live-stream and record footage in crystal clear 1080p HD so you see exactly what is happenin… Read more

Your life seems to be interesting!


Yeah Oldham, (highfive)


Nice neighbourhood !! (shock)


Think I'm going to get 2 of these, then wait for the battery operated door bell to drop to £149.99 (which includes the homebase that these cameras are also compatible with).


So this deal is only good as an add-on then. Thanks for clarifying

2 x Yi Camera - Indoor and Outdoor 1080p bundle - £41.84 delivered @ Ali Express / Yi Store
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Posted 13 h, 0 m agoPosted 13 h, 0 m agoShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
Great bundle deal, valid for 2 days only. $48 for both cameras, with a $2 voucher available. Equivalent to £39.26 delivered. Cheaper than the outdoor camera is normally!

sorry unrelated to this deal. I have just had our pond cleared and getting quotes in excess of £450 to run power to it Been looking at solar systems instead to run the pond filter with battery backup. Any recommendations ?


Has major problems with our Yi home cameras. Can’t recommend.


cant work for 24X7 for more then 3 months. no reply from support line. Waste of money


Nice one thanks, will give it a go! Going to see if I can get a SIM card personal hotspot hooked up as it’s for a barn


OOS for delivery to the UK

Yi Home Outdoor Security Camera 2 Pack, £58.20 Shipping from Spain AliExpress yi Official Store
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Posted 13 h, 9 m agoPosted 13 h, 9 m agoShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
Aliexpress sale on Yi Home stuff at the moment - a few bargains including the regular and dome cameras which were already posted as deals, but this seemed like a real standout due … Read more

- 10 $ with code 10YIDAY .


On mail. After processing.


Where do we find confirmation of the quantity of cameras included?


Ordered from China. Thanks.


Thank you this helps, you are right I need to have a good read up on the options available.

2 x YI Outdoor Security Camera 1080P FHD 2.4G Wi-Fi IP Waterproof Night Vision Surveillance System - £55.85 @ Ali Express / Yi Store
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th JunShipping from ChinaShipping from China
2 x YI Outdoor Security Camera 1080P FHD for £55.85 (with £1.65 off voucher) @ Aliexpress Yi official store (so £27.93 each) or £32.86 for 1. Normally around £40 for 1 when on sa… Read more

Not when they put value $5 and “gift” (lol)


Just be aware that it's highly likely you will be hit with import duty buying from AliExpress through China. I just wonder, those that got into Spain, how they got into Europe to be charging the same price.


I get the static noise as well, thought it was just my setup. I have turned the sound off in settings as it is totally useless.


I've got 4 of these, bought them around 2 years ago. They're naff in all honesty. Night vision clarity is pretty poor, vid clarity in day time looks ok, until you zoom in. The app is glitchy with notifications sometimes taking days to arrive. The most annoying bit about them is the constant static interference on the audio feed from the camera, which is caused by WiFi of all things. Yi Support are absolutely useless too if you actually have a real issue. For £28 each the deal is fine, but expect to get what you pay for.


Work smarter, not harder (highfive)

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YI Home Camera 1080P IP Smart Indoor IP Camera HD Night Vision AI Motion Detection £11.50 only via their app @ AliExpress yi Official
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th JunShipping from ChinaShipping from China
YI Home Camera 1080P IP Smart Indoor IP Camera HD Night Vision AI Human Detection /Motion Detection for Home /Office Security
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Thanks op. Just ordered a camera. Code has expired. It was cheaper on my PC which gave the 3 usd off. Spent ages getting it to accept my phone number, nearly gave up. TCB at 8.3% also, cost me £11.32


Because Which? are a credible source of information (annoyed)


I got order shipped now


Promo code expired and no longer available. Camera now £13.09.


Yes, have a PayPal receipt, nothing from Ali though....tbh I've allready got one....but at this price I might set one looking out of the front window...

YI 1080P Wireless IP Security Dome Camera - £25.58 (using code) delivered from EU @ Aliexpress Deals / yi Official Store
07/06/2020 at 09:00Expires on 07/06/2020 at 09:00Shipping from SpainShipping from SpainPosted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
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Price increased a bit but still a good price when it comes from EU.
Great price on this full HD 360 camera. Select Spain and use the code GV4A8FXXGG1O 360° COVERAGE IN FULL HD - Monitor an entire room from one single location tha… Read more

Voting Cold .. I had one that went bad from Amazon .. took 2 months on their pathetic support .. to get my money back, eventually Amazon had to refund me. They take a week to answer a question & ask u to check this .. then next week check that .. then ask u to check again .. etc. etc. Great bit ok kit whilst it works, but if it goes wrong .. well lol


How is this compared to Yi Dome Guard version as the Guard version is cheaper?


It says for me This product can't be shipped to the selected region (london)


it's not even suitable for direct sunlight, otherwise it will die very fast. Sensor will burn through the lens. Wasted 2 cameras like this in 6 month time.


No, you can use an MicroSD card

eufyCam2 Wireless Security Camera £297.49 @ Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
1080p Full HD:Live-stream and record footage in crystal clear 1080p HD, so you see exactly what is happening in and around your home. A Year’s Security from 1 Charge: Avoid freque… Read more

Cheapest price today does not mean it's a good deal. They usually have a discount code. I've seen these drop around the 250 - 280 mark easy.


Link for the add on cameras too as they are down to £99.99


Expired now though: Agreed this is the cheapest price today though @G_Sara


I'm not sure as last week these were £349.99. This is currently the cheapest price.


Eufy had a discount code last week when these could be picked up for £279.99 At the moment you can also pick up an additional camera at £99 per camera.

Blink Mini Compact indoor plug-in smart security camera, 1080p HD video, motion detection, Works with Alexa 2 Cameras £64.99 @ Amazon
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
1080p HD indoor, wired security camera with motion detection and two-way audio that lets you monitor your home day and night. Be alerted to what matters via your smart… Read more

There are a lot of good Youtube videos which demonstrate the night time capabilities e.g. YouTube Video I have both an XT2 and a Mini, they are both equally good and so I would say not blurry.


Anyone have experience with blinks night vision footage? Some review show it to be very blurry.


It depends how many cameras you have. Even if you don't qualify for the free streaming as an existing blink user, you will get about 1 year free with these cameras. An £80 annual subscription then covers you no matter how many cameras you have. As they are about £40 cheaper than a normal XT2, 2 cameras become more expensive after 2 years, 4 cameras are more expensive after 3 years. There will also be people who are happy with the local storage and not opt for a subscription. If you are an existing blink user looking to add internal cameras, they are a bit of a no brainer.


I can't see unless you are able to use them with a bridge, why you'd ever want to purchase these over the XT2 with a subscription model as the XT2 will break even in next to no time.


Standard price so not a deal

Add-on Blink Indoor Home Security Camera for Existing Blink Customer Systems (Sync Module Required) at Amazon for £52.49
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Add-on camera for existing blink customers: Does not include Blink Sync Module—only works with an existing system. Motion detector: Built-in motion sensor alarm. When motion detec… Read more
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Yeah I think aside from colour the module is the same for both outdoor and indoor systems, it’s very easy to add additional cameras to your original module.


Would it work with the outdoor camera module?


tomwenn Only £7.50 more with module.

Ring Indoor Cam Smart Security Camera with Built-in Wi-Fi, White & Ring Alarm Security System (Bundle) £179 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Ring's range of smart video doorbells and security cameras let you monitor your home from anywhere, so you never miss a visitor. They help to keep your home secure by protecting yo… Read more

As far as I know you just switch plans. I’m currently on a free trial of the alarm plan


Can you get a refund from the existing plan? I'm in this boat!


Thanks, I ordered this. Got the deal on amazon the other day before you got the free camera. So hopefully I can sneak this kit back to Amazon for the refund and keep the camera ;)


You will need to upgrade your current one which will cost £8 per month.



Blink XT2 Add-on Security Camera £61.75 at checkout via Currys / eBay
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Additional camera for existing system
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What's the night footage like, do you use it with an echo show....


I'm happy with them.


At the risk of getting my head bitten off, are these any good, been looking at them for a while but also a more expensive wired option.....


Yes, they are.


It’s been £75 before but I don’t think it’s been cheaper than that

BLINK XT2 Three Camera System - £185.24 (discount at checkout) @ Currys / eBay
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
5% off at checkout... Key Features Monitor your home from your phone Protect your home with the Blink XT2 Full HD 1080p WiFi Security System. The customisable motion detection… Read more

Don’t buy from currys is there’s even the slightest chance something might go wrong with it or you may want to return it.

Google Nest Cam Outdoor Smart Security Camera, White - £137.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
if you are looking for a good deal!!! Official Nest site reduced to £149 from £179. 24/7 live video. 130° wide-angle view lets you look after your home in 1080p HD, day and nigh… Read more

How do these really compare against the Iq


I'd check it out and not assume its bad. It's made by Dahua who are only 2nd to HIKVision ,this is their consumer brand. If you know the market then this name will speak volumes. Their support is also very good and the camera I mentioned has a PIR sensor so you don't get all of those false alerts you mention. It's way beyond any other camera at that price point and can do stuff this nest cam can't.


Er ok then 😄


I haven’t used this camera but I have used similar. I have the UCAM247 that claims to have user customisable notifications (like many do) and records SD card. It’s complete rubbish. Either bombards you all day long as the trees blow in the wind or misses people on the driveway if I dial the sensitivity back. Also the app is terrible and crashes all the time. My point being is that many cameras look the same. It’s only when you try to live with them that you notice the real usability issues. I have the Nest Hello (doorbell cam). I tried to avoid the subscription model for a few years but have now succumb. It’s worth every penny in my opinion knowing that if I get a notification then it actually means something. If someone walks on my drive then I get a notified within 10 seconds. However if a fox walks by or leaves blow in the wind I don’t get bothered with unnecessary alerts. This is the most valuable part. I plan on replacing my UCam247 with a Nest camera at some point. You get what you pay for I reckon.


Er no thanks.

All-new Ring Stick Up Cam Battery £69 @ Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
All-new Ring Stick Up Cam Battery | HD security camera with Two-Way Talk, white, Works with Alexa

I have a Ring multi-cam subscription. One of the benefits I get is 10% discount.


How did u get the 62 price?


Heat added. Fabulous price. Great bit of kit. Paid £62 direct from Ring. Picture quality night and day is superb.


Why on earth would I want to “massively exaggerate”? Looking at the quality of the picture you’ve put on of the night vision quality pretty much backs up again why I sent the cameras back!


There’s someone trying my car handle handle at 2.30am shortly before the police arrested him (y) 🏼

Blink XT2 | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage & hub £74.99 or 5 x 15 p/m @ Amazon
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Sold and fulfilled by Amazon. £74.99 or 5 monthly payments of £15. Features & details: Extended battery life - 2-year battery life on two AA lithium batteries with a combi… Read more
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Glad it seems to be working so far for you Mario and you’re happy with it. I have 4 running off of one sync via a mesh system and it does everything I need it to. I even have one about 30 feet from the house, in the shed with no issue.


I got mine as well - very easy to set up. I have to say for the money I’m very impressed so far. Picture quality is good and motion sensors seem a good option for what I need. I got the one camera system (y)


Happy with mine also. I have had mine installed since 1st of feb. It is by the front door so plenty of notifications and still on the original battery.


Okay, had the system for over a week now. One camera and one sync station covering the front door. Set up for me was very easy. About fifteen minutes including downloading updates,etc. Be mindful how you point the cameras, if the person walks directly towards the camera, the notification will be a couple of second slower than if they walk across the field of view. I managed to place the sync unit only a couple of metres from the camera and I have solid internet of about 80 - 100 Mbs via a mesh system. I did many walk tests, at quite quick speed and the camera normally triggered at about the three to four metre mark. It then took about 5 or 6 seconds to get the actual notification. So as the doorbell chime rang, a few seconds later the notification came through. Then pressing the notification, it takes another 5 or 6 seconds for the video feed to show Surprisingly, it worked just as well over a 4g connection as it did over WiFi. Also to note is that I have not had any false activations, unlike my YI Cam. It is difficult to test properly as delivery guys don't hang around at the moment and just press the bell, drop the parcel and walk away. Would it work in place of a Ring doorbell? If the Postie hung around for a short time, I think it would. Please note, I also tested the camera by placing it a long way from the base unit and this did significantly effect the notifications. Also if you have your using a free router from your ISP and have slow Internet speeds, this will also effect your notification speed. The only thing I can not comment on is the battery life. To conclude, I will be keeping the unit as I am very happy with it. Any questions, please ask.


Good to know. Didn't know they added this feature. Will have to try it out!

Blink XT2 | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage, 2-Way Audio, 2-Year Battery Life | 3-Camera System - £194.99 @ Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
As expected Amazon are matching Currys prices Extended battery life - 2-year battery life on two AA lithium batteries with a combination of two-way talk, Live View, and motion r… Read more

Arlo is Better than ring I’ve had the ring blink and arlo arlo over all is best (4K)


Pros for Arlo has better Camera quality (4K) Connection Speed on connecting via the hub Can connect easier and faster to the hub and see stored videos Has a built in light Cons Blink has better battery life With arlo you need to pay a subscription Cost more than blink Overall I really do think arlo is a step up but it’s not for everyone who wants to pay for subscription hope this helps


I’d also be interested as also on the edge of buying one of them. Also, what’s the ‘regular 20% off deal’ that clearly we need to know more about?


If you get any issues with these (as I did) contact Blink and not Amazon. There customer service is excellent. They've sent me a replacement camera and even a set of batteries on a different occasion to resolve issues!


Would be interested for feedback too, debating between this Arlo and Ring

Blink XT2 | Outdoor/Indoor Smart Security Camera with Cloud Storage £67.49 or 5 x £13.50 p/m @ Amazon
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Sold and fulfilled by Amazon. £69 or 5 monthly payments of £13.50. Free prime one day delivery. Features & details: Extended battery life - 2-year battery life on two AA … Read more
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Yes, I believe they sell on amazon amongst other places for around £6. Not bad for over a years use


So you just replace with more lithium AA batteries?


There's a microUSB port behind a flap on the rear, you can connect a standard 5V USB charger to it. However, once the flap is opened the camera will let in water, so you need to seal the opening with some hot glue (not an elegant solution) or better, buy a 3rd party external enclosure for the camera from Amazon or the bay.


This is also exactly my beef with the system. The whole software ecosystem around Blink is designed to achieve one objective - save battery life. So when your camera receives more than a few activations a day, you receive a warning on the app that it will result in high battery drain. If you try to increase the duration of recording from an event say from 10s to 20s or 60s (max allowed), you get a similar warning. If you try to increase the sensitivity of the motion sensor, again the same warning. There's sometimes a significant delay between the start of an event and the recording being triggered (so you miss the first 5-10 sec of it) and also, the notification is triggered after the recording has been saved which is absolutely crazy. The most infuriating feature, as you say, is that you cannot set schedules for individual cameras! I have one camera monitoring the front door and another the garden, obviously we need the front door camera armed 24/7 but we then need to remember to de-arm the garden camera every day in the morning and re-arm it at night, otherwise the camera will run down the battery in no time as it will be activated every time the rear door is opened. We sometimes forget to arm the garden camera at night, which means it doesn't record anything in response to an event - if you don't arm Blink cameras, they turn into door stops. We have now set a daily reminder to arm the camera before turning in. Blink could easily have allowed continuous recording to a microSD card if the camera is powered by a USB cable, but the cameras don't even have an SD card slot. The cheapest Chinese cameras have this feature, and often I've had footage missing between contiguous 30sec clips even when 'continuous recording' has been enabled in response to an ongoing event. Security is a serious business, and with CCTV you have only once chance to get it right. If you really need the convenience of wireless cameras, Blink is an acceptable compromise but if not, always go for a wired system with full time recording.


I disagree, I get notifications during the event. Also, have this on my app-

YI 2pc 1080P Home Camera Wireless Indoor Security IP Camera - 2 Cameras for £38.69.Sold by Seeverything UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Back again for another outing on a lightning deal. Everyone should know about these by now. From the blurb: 1080P HD Recording - Built-in F/2.0 aperture, 112°wide-angle lens a… Read more

Was a lightning deal, ended now.


showing as £48.99 for me?


Swap the firmware. It literally takes 2 minutes to do. Download 'y203c_0.3.3.tgz' unzip it to the root of an SD card, insert it into the camera and switch it on... Simples.


I already happen to have 4 of these ! (lol)


Can someone help I bought this and mine doesn't pair but does connect to internet

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