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Nest Cam Outdoor Security Camera 2 Pack $309.60 + tax

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P.C. Richard & Son is having an employee pricing sale and the Nest Outdoor cam 2 pack is on sale for $309.60 + tax. Usually they are around $350+tax so I figured it is a decent deal and it also includes free ground shipping. So, if you need these cams now this is the best price I have found for the 2 pack. Just remember, to really use these cams you need to get the subscription which is $10 for the first cam and $5 per extra cam for 24 hours a day recording and 10 day storage.

http://www.pcrichard.com/Nest/Nes...400ES.pcrp
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Looks good and haven't seen any deals for this model.
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I still think these are mucho expensivo.
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White the camera is great, the storage plan is so expensive and not working out.
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White the camera is great, the storage plan is so expensive and not working out.
Agreed.

For decent coverage outdoors around house - looking at 6 cameras minimum.

6x cameras - $150 each = $900

Cloud Storage = ( $10 first camera + $5 each addition ) per month = $35/month = $420 per year

Expected service at least 3 years => $1260 for 3 years + $900 = $2160
( with 10 days of video storage )

hmmm... can get an amazing POE security camera system for that price.

ID spec distance calculations ( 100ppf+ ):
compare:
Arlo Pro 720p at 130 degress: 5.644 feet
YI Home Camera 720p at 111 degrees: 6.61 feet
Blink XT - 720p ( 1080p version is planned ) at 110 degrees: 6.67 feet
Arlo Q 1080p at 130 degrees: 8.47 feet
Nest Cam outdoors 1080p at 130 degrees: 8.47 feet
Canary Flex 1080p at 116 degrees: 9.488 feet
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Only reason I bought them was for ease of use and picture quality.
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Only reason I bought them was for ease of use and picture quality.
Nest if certainly doing a good job making their products easy to use.

I'm looking forward to seeing more price pressure in the future as additional products are introduced in this space in the next few years.
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How is this reseller? How are the overall reseller's review? Are they good, reliable?
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Seller is legit. It's an authorized seller for a number of large electronic manufacturers.

Also, you can use Blue Iris software to save nest (and other) camera footage to your local hard drives.
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Just installed mine yesterday and they come with a free month of nest aware. I like them quite a bit just for the ease of use, even the wife uses them. Being able to just scroll through the day of video with events already marked for me is really nice as well. The speaker is a bit underpowered so you need to yell into your phone to get people to hear it, unless there is a way to turn it up. Also, during installation there is a large puck power converter about the size of 2 oreo cookies stacked that is a big of pain to hide for a clean install.
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Just installed mine yesterday and they come with a free month of nest aware. I like them quite a bit just for the ease of use, even the wife uses them. Being able to just scroll through the day of video with events already marked for me is really nice as well. The speaker is a bit underpowered so you need to yell into your phone to get people to hear it, unless there is a way to turn it up. Also, during installation there is a large puck power converter about the size of 2 oreo cookies stacked that is a big of pain to hide for a clean install.
FYI - check out AFXs post, he set them up with POE - his diagram even shows the parts he used.
https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=104007960&postcount=19
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I don't really see the point in running Ethernet cable to a central location when I have wireless cameras that were bought for the purpose of not running wire to a central location.
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I don't really see the point in running Ethernet cable to a central location when I have wireless cameras that were bought for the purpose of not running wire to a central location.
WiFi isn't reliable, and when you discover you need more reliability you can convert these to POE cameras instead of e-wasting them ;-)

For running a power cable out to the locations I needed to place the cameras was about the same amount of work as pulling an ethernet cable.
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Deal is currently showing for $348.00. Is there a code that needs to be applied?
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Deal is currently showing for $348.00. Is there a code that needs to be applied?
iirc the deal is over now.

Don't worry, just keep your eyes out for the next one...
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