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Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera - £139.50 @ Amazon
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Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Amazon currently have the Nest Cam for £139.50. Most other retailers (John Lewis, Currys etc.) are selling this for £159. Other, cheaper IP cameras are available for less, and oth… Read more
twisterteddy17th Feb

Looking for a couple of decent indoor cameras , I run my own server and …Looking for a couple of decent indoor cameras , I run my own server and can save to the server, any recommendations what to look at?


I thought for DIYers Raspberry pi 3 with camera is pretty neat...
robodan91850 m ago

Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for …Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for will be taken away after 30 daysNest bought dropcam, and they're the exact same now as they were then... Except you didn't have to pay a ridiculous subscription fee that nest introduced


Literally the first thing it says in the description:

"Subscribe to Nest Aware and you can use the cloud to see more and do more with Nest Cam. Each Nest Cam automatically comes with a free 30-day trial. You can opt out at any time. When your trial expires, you can subscribe in the Nest app."

Can't comment in dropcam as I don't know anything about it, but I agree this would be a lot better with a subscription fee. The subscription has put me off buying this as well.
Mike_HUKD32 m ago

Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was …Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was designed, would not make it valid to say the TV remote is pointless. You would be more than welcome to say TV remote + subscription is bad value, but to buy half of the requirement them complain its useless is a bit silly.


Except they don't advertise that the features you bought the camera for will be taken away after 30 days

Nest bought dropcam, and they're the exact same now as they were then... Except you didn't have to pay a ridiculous subscription fee that nest introduced
robodan9182 h, 39 m ago

no, previous comment was like tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout …no, previous comment was like tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout 5.99 monthly subscription fee


Which again, if you knew up front that this was how the product was designed, would not make it valid to say the TV remote is pointless. You would be more than welcome to say TV remote + subscription is bad value, but to buy half of the requirement them complain its useless is a bit silly.
Mike_HUKD7 h, 55 m ago

I agree. But nevertheless if you do pay for that service, as intended by …I agree. But nevertheless if you do pay for that service, as intended by the camera creators, then this is a good product.Previous comment was kind of like saying the TV remote is rubbish if you don't buy batteries...


no, previous comment was like
tv remote buttons 2-9 won't work wiithout 5.99 monthly subscription fee
Blink XT Home Security Camera (Indoor/Outdoor) for Your Smartphone with Motion Detection, HD Video, Battery Powered, and Cloud Storage Included (2 Pack XT) - Immedia Semiconductor, LLC - Europe fulfilled byAmazon £206.39 dld
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Click on promotion message to get discount of 14% to get this price Weatherproof technology - Blink XT is IP-65 rated to ensure that the water-resistant unit delivers c… Read more
OllieSt14 h, 31 m ago

I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the …I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card


Thank you.
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Actually I think I may have stumbled upon a decent setup with Ezviz

They are Hikvision who have a good reputation, Alexa seems hit and miss but IFTTT is available
Edited by: "OllieSt" 11th Feb
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dudwood_fudwood7 h, 31 m ago

Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market …Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.


I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interesting


Here's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card
Edited by: "OllieSt" 12th Feb
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inertia49 m ago

Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available …Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available soon....


I know they have, but reading the Blink forums doesn't give too much confidence.
OllieSt9 h, 39 m ago

This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of …This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of £239.99. I can't get too excited at any price tbh. Poor Alexa integration, flimsy bracket and potential substandard night vision mean the system is a non starter for me. Some people like them though as there is no monthly sub and battery life is very impressive.


Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.
Wifi Pan Tilt 720p Night Vision Security Camera £11.55 with code - Banggood
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Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Seems like a good deal for me - use code 57996e to bring the price down. Specification: Processor: AK3918E+SC1145 Platform: 360eye.cc Operating system: Embedded LINUX operating… Read more
Rimi2 h, 23 m ago

Trolling here, do you?They never been for £3, I was looking for a long …Trolling here, do you?They never been for £3, I was looking for a long time. Yes, have seen ones for £2.99, but not the same as this one.


Well thats what i ended up paying for exactly this model from gearbest, not sure if it was a glitch as the price was supposed to be a bit higher at the time.33126332-PyHMs.jpg
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Rimi1 h, 36 m ago

Pretty good, have one. I have paid £6.85 last year. Infaltion


wait, what?!
Cuddl3s7 m ago

paid 3 pounds for one of these in october last year


Trolling here, do you?
They never been for £3, I was looking for a long time. Yes, have seen ones for £2.99, but not the same as this one.
paid 3 pounds for one of these in october last year
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AUKEY WatchTower 720p Surveillance Camera System £64.74 Sold by Tianyue Dazzling and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Click on promotion (save £199) price will reduce at checkout
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Back in stock!
I like the way it hides your swimming pool at night.
Arlo Smart Home - Single HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR £129.99 @ Amazon
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Seems like a good deal, prime exclusive so you must have a prime account to get this deal. No Cords. No Wires. No WorriesThe Arlo camera is completely wireless, with HD smart home … Read more
Chillbo23rd Jan

The Blink system is far superior to this. Fully wireless with up to 2 …The Blink system is far superior to this. Fully wireless with up to 2 YEARS battery life. The XT cameras work outside. Excellent product. They have recently been bought by Amazon.


I am just in the process of sending my Blink XT system back as the trigger mechanism stopped working after 2 weeks rendering it useless. So from my experience they are rubbish
Edited by: "ozzmosiz" 28th Jan
snappyfish25th Jan

Whats the distance you can use the camera away from unit? I've had someone …Whats the distance you can use the camera away from unit? I've had someone snoop around my old car in drive 4 times in last 3 months, opening doors and checking compartments inside. Nothing to steal but I want to know who it is.


90m line of sight lot less if it has to go though more than one wall mine are all within 20m get full signal on all of them
Whats the distance you can use the camera away from unit? I've had someone snoop around my old car in drive 4 times in last 3 months, opening doors and checking compartments inside.

Nothing to steal but I want to know who it is.
MarkThisDay1 h, 31 m ago

Get a IR flood light


Thanks for bringing these to my attention. I wasn't aware of these. Will look into them.
scottydoobuy1 h, 52 m ago

top one is pro next is standard obviously I've got it pointed towards the …top one is pro next is standard obviously I've got it pointed towards the wall too much but you get the idea [Image]


Thanks. Big difference!
WIFI Wireless Security Camera - View on smartphone (notifications enabled) - Motion Detection - Link to Mobile App - Waterproof/Weatherproof - up to 128G SD £24.99 Sold by CtronicssecuritycamerasUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Been looking for one of these for a while and this is a great offer! The big thing for me is that 1- it is easy to set up, and 2- It has motion detection so I haven't got TB of vid… Read more
I managed to grab one and then went back in to buy another but the price went up to £44.99, spoke to ctronics and through their limited english they seem to be saying it was older stock they were clearing with lower storage capacity.
Edited by: "margamboy" 23rd Jan
AzeemB8 h, 27 m ago

O i think it does have an ethernet portmight be worth buying..... …O i think it does have an ethernet portmight be worth buying..... .............and the price has gone up


What a shame. Just what i was looking for aswell
Good security camera
O i think it does have an ethernet port

might be worth buying..... .............and the price has gone up
fakespot analysis

netgear ,dlink cameras are more expensive and while the older versions can be got for £25~ (ebay) they will have a lower resolution but, will probably still be working in 12months time, and also have an ethernet port, which makes things easier
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pawleil8 h, 29 m ago

How is it?Tell me it's Crap so I don't feel bad I missed it


Haha, it's pretty good to be honest. Not the most intuitive interface. But, to help you feel better, it's a hell of a lot of cables to run around the house, even if you don't use all the cameras. A few wireless cameras might be a better option for most people.
BurningFeetMan13th Jan

Dispatched...expected tomorrow 😁


How is it?
Tell me it's Crap so I don't feel bad I missed it
Dispatched...expected tomorrow 😁
Argh, was after this
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Piper Classic Black Security Camera in maplin at £34.99 £15 off
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
I have been looking for some basic camera to monitor inside my home. This one looks bit different from other IP cameras as the recordings can be done on the Smart devise where App … Read more
gautamvt3rd Jan

I think I didn't make my point clear. The major advantage with this camera …I think I didn't make my point clear. The major advantage with this camera is that the recordings of the footage will be on our smart device rather than on the SD card. If the camera is stolen then SD card will also be lost and the footage as well. With the cloud storage this issue can be resolved but it will cost money in terms of monthly/yearly subscriptions. Where as with this camera we can address both the issues by storing the footage on the smart device only."The Piper NV is a wireless indoor IP security camera designed for you to watch live or recorded footage from your smartphone or tablet – anytime, anyplace and without monthly fees."


he mijias are good as you can get your phone footage to sync with google photos
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mattygc20045 h, 58 m ago

Got a couple of Xiaomi mijia 1080p £20 each and they are excellent have a …Got a couple of Xiaomi mijia 1080p £20 each and they are excellent have a 32gb sd in each and work perfect



I think I didn't make my point clear. The major advantage with this camera is that the recordings of the footage will be on our smart device rather than on the SD card. If the camera is stolen then SD card will also be lost and the footage as well. With the cloud storage this issue can be resolved but it will cost money in terms of monthly/yearly subscriptions. Where as with this camera we can address both the issues by storing the footage on the smart device only.

"The Piper NV is a wireless indoor IP security camera designed for you to watch live or recorded footage from your smartphone or tablet – anytime, anyplace and without monthly fees."
Got a couple of Xiaomi mijia 1080p £20 each and they are excellent have a 32gb sd in each and work perfect
smart device not devise
Just to be aware dead company no updates in the future I have 4 Pipers NV really good quality but I had email from guys just to confirm that the company was sold to someone else and they do not look to support the Piper in the future I mean new owners. Really shame that best camera which I had for years will be dead soon.Be aware.
Blink Home Security Camera System at Amazon for £136
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Amazon "Boxing Day Sale" includes this Blink Home Security Camera System that I've had my eye on for a while now. £136 is the lowest price ever according to CamelCamelCamel Also,… Read more
windta1ker4 h, 3 m ago

Why do you think it will come down in price now that amazon own blink?


I don't mean tomorrow or next week. Amazon bought them out to complement their Alexa devices, I expect more competitive pricing going up against Nest, etc, so promotions as they do with Echo units.
Showing as £149.99 on amazon site now
Was going to buy too but went up to £199 as I was adding to basket
Single cam set is on sale now for £99.
Price has gone up to 199 now
Arlo Smart Home - 3 HD Security Camera Kit £269.99 Amazon
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Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Another good indoor/outdoor home security camera kit! This one's completely wireless, each camera operates with batteries so you get flexibility to place them ANYWHERE!
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leehiniho26th Dec

Is this the new Pro version you mention? Arlo Pro Security System with …Is this the new Pro version you mention? Arlo Pro Security System with Siren 3 Rechargeable Wire-Free HD Cameras with Audio, Indoor/Outdoor, Night Vision (VMS4330) by NETGEAR https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M360IFG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_ifMqAb9DB7CX7


There are 2 newer versions. The Pro and now Pro 2. The Pro 2 is preorder for 5th Jan but is really expensive. Will wait for it to be on special offer.
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leehiniho15 h, 42 m ago

Is this the new Pro version you mention? Arlo Pro Security System with …Is this the new Pro version you mention? Arlo Pro Security System with Siren 3 Rechargeable Wire-Free HD Cameras with Audio, Indoor/Outdoor, Night Vision (VMS4330) by NETGEAR https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M360IFG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_ifMqAb9DB7CX7


Nope, the regular one. Pro is expensive as of now, but I've seen it go for £450 for pack of 3
monkeyuk6 h, 38 m ago

Just my thoughts as I have this system -I bought it as I wanted a cable …Just my thoughts as I have this system -I bought it as I wanted a cable free solution for monitoring certain points on my property. As mentioned, it is not a constant monitoring device and requires movement to activate. This means 2 things - position the camera where you can catch movement at the right angle but also ensure it is not too close to trees etc which will keep setting it off. This will mean the batteries will run down quickly. I find approx 2/3 months is about as much as you get in a low movement area - 1 or 2 months by your front door for example.So if you don't want cables, can position the cameras in good areas (also accessible to change the batteries) and just want peace of mind, I recommend them.If you're after high definition, 24 hour monitoring (for a shop as mentioned earlier) these are definitely not for you.I might look at the new pro 2 version as they now have rechargable batteries and better cameras (with sound) but are not for sale in the UK yet.


Is this the new Pro version you mention?

Arlo Pro Security System with Siren 3 Rechargeable Wire-Free HD Cameras with Audio, Indoor/Outdoor, Night Vision (VMS4330) by NETGEAR amazon.co.uk/dp/…CX7
Much better results with proper IP cameras for similar money.
These are marketed as an easy setup system but are really low resolution in comparison.
Just my thoughts as I have this system -

I bought it as I wanted a cable free solution for monitoring certain points on my property. As mentioned, it is not a constant monitoring device and requires movement to activate. This means 2 things - position the camera where you can catch movement at the right angle but also ensure it is not too close to trees etc which will keep setting it off. This will mean the batteries will run down quickly. I find approx 2/3 months is about as much as you get in a low movement area - 1 or 2 months by your front door for example.

So if you don't want cables, can position the cameras in good areas (also accessible to change the batteries) and just want peace of mind, I recommend them.

If you're after high definition, 24 hour monitoring (for a shop as mentioned earlier) these are definitely not for you.

I might look at the new pro 2 version as they now have rechargable batteries and better cameras (with sound) but are not for sale in the UK yet.
CANARY All-in-One Home Security Camera - Black £119.99 Currys
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Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Great indoor home security camera with wireless streaming
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I bought it a year ago and today decided I am returning. Do not buy it, it's useless after they downgraded it for free users, not going to pay £10 a month. Amazon agreed to refund straight away, possibly that's why they don't sell it anymore.
The biggest problem is that alerts are now limited to 10sec. I bought Blink and love it.
Edited by: "catt466" 1st Jan
Poor product. Notifications take an age to come through. Changed to charging for storage so you only get 30 secs so if someone has broken in you better hope they do so within 30 secs of the original motion trigger.

Have blink also. I would choose that over this terrible product
idontwannabeyouanymore2 h, 26 m ago

I think its more of a distribution choice, maybe Canary hasn't restored …I think its more of a distribution choice, maybe Canary hasn't restored their inventory with Amazon, because all other retailers in the U.K. seem to carry it.


You might be right. I imagine the ton of negative reviews they had recently haven't done the Amazon sales any good.
idontwannabeyouanymore2 h, 23 m ago

Have you checked out Arlo systems? They offer upto 7 days of free cloud …Have you checked out Arlo systems? They offer upto 7 days of free cloud storage (for now, haha).


They do look good but probably overkill for my needs. I have a few motion and open/close sensors strategically placed around the house, so really just wanted a camera as a means of checking whats happening when one of them goes off. I also wanted a ST compatible siren in case someone was genuinely trying to rob me whilst I was out, so the canary suits me fine.
Blink is another option.Now owned by Amazon so expect long term support too.
CCTV Security Camera System with 4 X Cameras for just £39.99 Sold by ZLYUK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Neighbour recently got broken into, so I decided it might make sense to get some cameras up. Shows as £49.99 on amazon but then automatically discounts to £39.99 at checkout which… Read more
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Saulll24th Dec 2017

If you actually want to be able to identify the person trying to steal …If you actually want to be able to identify the person trying to steal your car or break into your house don’t buy this or any tvl cctv set.For home security you need to look for a PoE set with actual HD cameras, 720p will do fine. Don’t be fooled by 1080n in the description,


720p = 1280x720 = 921,600 pixels, 1080N = 960x1080 = 1,036,800 pixels.
Although I got the WD purple 3tb from Amazon for £66.72. Win some, lose some.
No hard drive with my set
Thanks for the updates on delivery. I dropped into the collection point and despite the tracking showing mine had been lost and amazon suggesting it had been damaged the box was there and not a dent to be seen. Unfortunately, as it wasn't on the system for collection it couldn't be released immediately but after a few calls I picked it up a few hours later. In the car boot at the moment so will check the contents in the morning.
jaygee9 h, 34 m ago

Have many been received? Mine was being delivered (including free camera) …Have many been received? Mine was being delivered (including free camera) to an Amazon collection point but the delivery failed on the first two occasions as they couldn't find the address which seems a little odd. Today the delivery failed as the package has been lost according to the notes. A call to Amazon implied it had been damaged but they're not really sure and it can't be inspected. Offered a refund. This all seems very suspicious.



Mine arrived yesterday on prime
FLOUREON CCTV Security Camera System Outdoor Bullet Cameras £69.99 Sold by ZLYUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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ZLYUK By Amazon offer FLOUREON CCTV Security Camera System for £69.99. CCTV Security Camera System FLOUREON 8CH AHD DVR (1080N ONVIF) 4x 960P Outdoor Bullet Cameras 2000TVL 1.3M… Read more
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any idea how to get night vision working well on these?
Anyone know how to set it to send an email whe there is motion detected? I can see the option, but can't seem to find where to put my email adrdess, so it can actually send me one!

EDIt: I've just answered my own question. Found this video on YouTube. SLightly different system, but same software setup.

You may get a warning from your mail provider, (Lie I did from Gmail), about no so secure app, trying to access your email. You may have to allow this within your gmail settings.

YouTube Instructions HERE
Edited by: "artnada" 25th Dec 2017
snoopy1821 h, 43 m ago

Yes my hikvision was sane but now phone it cannot read code



try downloading a 3rd party QR scanner for your phone
stealth66610 m ago

Dauha's own app, gdsslite or summat.... there's a barcode in the DVR menu …Dauha's own app, gdsslite or summat.... there's a barcode in the DVR menu that imports all the relative settings/info


Yes my hikvision was sane but now phone it cannot read code
snoopy1820th Dec

Wish I could say the same with my hikvision, had mobile over 3G set up …Wish I could say the same with my hikvision, had mobile over 3G set up once, then it stopped working and I can’t fiure out how to get it going againwhat app do you use



Dauha's own app, gdsslite or summat.... there's a barcode in the DVR menu that imports all the relative settings/info
Wansview Wireless Security Camera 720P Outdoor IP Camera Wifi,Remote Viewing And Control W3 (white) £26.39 - Lightning Deal Sold by Ittiot and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Doesnt look bad for the price. - (Lightning Deal) 720P HD: Clarity up to 1280*720 Video at 30fps. Extremely fluent live stream and superior clarity of the images giving you a s… Read more
I bought one last week wasn't too impressed with it sent it back. For the price it's good but I was disappointed.
"Remote viewing and control" is it motorised then?
ps - only lets you put 1 in your amazon basket at that price :-(
rsl1uk8 m ago

Anyone know whats the RJ45 for? is that to hardwire into a recording box? …Anyone know whats the RJ45 for? is that to hardwire into a recording box? would it work with a powerline to save taking the cat cable all over the house to get to the camera?


You can use it as Wi-fi or “wired your network”
IP Camera, YATWIN Home Security Camera £19.99 (Lightning Deal) Sold by YATWIN Smart Home Security Camera and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Best to hurry as it's a lightning deal. Have had this in my wish list for the past several months at £32.99. 1080p version is also down to £34.39 if you prefer Link
Back up for sale @ £19.99...just ordered
Is everyone quite impressed with this cam?
jimhuf8th Dec

always good to give the Chinese a live stream of your house.



Or anyone who manages to hack it using known hardcoded credentials or trivial exploits.
Some of these cameras getting a root (Superuser) shell is simple as telneting to them on a certian port and various ones will also often try and contact some "Cloud" Server.

I find with these cheap cameras the best thing you can do with them is keep them away from the internet (I.e put them on a seperate network or firewall them so they can't access the internet if you're able to do that then they're fine otherwise naa thanks)
And it's back! Woo! Thanks
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sabresonic52 s ago

Not expired....Deal is 42% Claimed??


Thanks for the heads up. Have unexpired.
Ring Floodlight HD Security Camera £211.59 @ Amazon
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Only Black is on offer, White is full price. Historically has been a bit cheaper, but currently cannot find any other better deals.
This is truly excellent piece of kit. Was meant to install Cctv instead went for this on back, side and front of house. Paid £190 from John Lewis a couple of weeks ago but still worth it at 211.

Great motion area technology, reliable. Launching a siren and light via the app is great. Very good quauility and super easy to install.
Been cheaper, sub £200
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Blink XT 2 camera pack - 20% off at Amazon £191.99 Sold by Blink Home Security and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Been watching this for a while since missing out on the Arlo warehouse deal on black friday. Normal price for the twin XT (outdoor) camera set was 239.99. Use the 20% off code on … Read more
Hi there

Does anyone know of any other codes for the Blink XT system as the 'OFFERS20' code has expired?
Thanks in advance!
hotbadger201730th Nov

Had one of these running in a holiday home now for just over 7 months …Had one of these running in a holiday home now for just over 7 months still on original batteries and very reliable.The only negative is the cameras have specific regions and these are not made clear to any suppliers (e.g. a camera from the US won't work on a hub in the UK) so when ordering from amazon things aren't always compatible because Amazon seem to spread a lot of their own stock all over the place in the world. I've had to send things back a few times in order to get an "all EU" system.


This is true of many security cameras
This afternoon I had the five camera pack in my basket at £500 - £100 discount, so £400 with Prime delilvery. I dithered about completing the purchase for a couple of hours, checking more reviews, and went back to my basket a few minutes ago. The price had dropped to £450 and the discount code still works. So I just grabbed the five camera pack for £360 after discount.


Thanks for posting the offer. I might have (reluctantly) bought at £500, but at £360, why on earth not? I'm not bothered about the upcoming 4G sync unit.
nw104hh1st Dec

I found them on ebay (x2 for 143) but was wondering what's the battery …I found them on ebay (x2 for 143) but was wondering what's the battery life like? Thanks.



Battery life is very dependant on how much use they get (detections & live viewings). I got 2 months with mine, with heavy front of house use and lots of playing / live viewing in the 1st week. Hoping for a bit longer now I'm learnt to schedule it and turn the PIR off when gardening / washing the car etc. !
sam197021 h, 37 m ago

We got burgled two months ago..called 999, the police arrived 3 hours …We got burgled two months ago..called 999, the police arrived 3 hours later. Spent 20 min at the property before saying there is not much they could do as no finger prints. I offered to give them images for the stolen jewellery but they were not interested. They said they will call me in a week for an update and I heard nothing since then. Probably I need to remind them that a good chunk of my £250 monthly council tax payments goes to them in return for an expected better service


Call them for a update, also you need to take matters into your own hands, its probably too late know but give as much evidence you can to the world,. Put the info on social media, give warning to local pawn shops with a picture so they can alert you that someone tried to sell a item matching the picture ( not sure if they will do this but maybe)

Also get a Big Dog (if not then get a Beware of Dog sign anyway since burglars tend to avoid homes with dogs) get alarms everywhere (door alarms, sensors, window alarms, etc)
Basically make the place a fortress
Hive HD Security Camera - used but free 24 month warranty £75 @ CEX
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Cheapest I can find new is £129. Other items available including hive hub £35, hive motion sensor £18, hive window and door sensor £12. All great prices to expand your hive home pa… Read more
Maybe you have a better store than me.when I bought faulty goods from cex, I returned them the next day to be told that they were tested in store before sale and I would have to pay to have the item tested externally to claim any kind of warranty... or I could trade the item back in for less than half of what I paid for it.
jamierichardson1292 m ago

If it’s on used items you take your risk, but the cex warranty has a lot o …If it’s on used items you take your risk, but the cex warranty has a lot of caveats which basically mean it’s worthless


So no warranty at all is better? I've used it successfully.
ezzer7212 h, 46 m ago

Which better one can you recommend for used items?


If it’s on used items you take your risk, but the cex warranty has a lot of caveats which basically mean it’s worthless
Also separate app required away from main hive app, strange decision that one🤔🤔
Camera is pretty good quality with a decent picture and does not need Hive Hub as is just a wifi connection to the router.

2 big issues I have found though, firstly and this is a major inconvenience yiu cannot set a schedule for when the camera is on. So you keep getting motion warnings etc when you are home.
The second is the record to SD card does not work well and no option to record to the cloud.
Edited by: "marks" 27th Nov 2017
Ring Floodlight Cam HD Security Camera with Built in Floodlights/Two-Way Talk and Siren Alarm RRP £249 now £189.00 @ Currys
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Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
Have one already and they are very good been looking for another one at a decent price. £209 instore so this is online price only. For those thinking its expensive its a very good … Read more
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Get a good POE security camera system, you should never rely on a wifi signal for home security
I live in a terraced house, I don't have much of a backyard and out the front... I don't think I'd be popular.
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raf35y151 m ago

Before buying this make sure you have a fast enough up load internet …Before buying this make sure you have a fast enough up load internet speed. I got one, only to find it would not upload the video data quick enough to get a picture to the app on my phone making it useless. They recommend a 2mbs I only have 1mbs and it would not work. So I returned it and have got the MK1 doorbell cam which is on offer for £99 (from £139) from argos, this will work with .5mbs (hopefully)



I thinkyou'll find most will need at least 2mb upload otherwise even if you get video from the camera remotely to work the quality will be greatly reduced. HD video requires a certain amount of bandwidth and there's no getting away from that fact unfortunately
Edited by: "kemik" 26th Nov 2017
Before buying this make sure you have a fast enough up load internet speed. I got one, only to find it would not upload the video data quick enough to get a picture to the app on my phone making it useless. They recommend a 2mbs I only have 1mbs and it would not work. So I returned it and have got the MK1 doorbell cam which is on offer for £99 (from £139) from argos, this will work with .5mbs (hopefully)
Nest Cam Indoor security camera from Amazon for £124.99
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Found 25th Nov 2017Found 25th Nov 2017
Chepeast I've seen in a while, they're normally £139.99.
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stainless7711 h, 39 m ago

Do you need to pay subscription for this?


Only if you want to store the recording on the cloud.
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