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Looks better then any of the BF deals for this model.
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FYI - Master List of Black Friday Security Camera deals:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10731663-security-camera-security-camera-system-black-friday-2017-master-list
Is there a cliffs notes version of this page? Wow-a lot of info.
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Is there a cliffs notes version of this page? Wow-a lot of info.
Hi TwistYaWig, thanks:

Cliff notes: Buy one of the Costco 4K PoE kits. ;-)
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Is there a cliffs notes version of this page? Wow-a lot of info.
Hi TwistYaWig,

Just for you ( and others ;-) I've added an executive summary to the master list.

Thanks, its a good idea now that the list has grown long...

Executive summary: ( or for those who get paid too much too read details, OP recommends the following )
Buy a wired PoE 4K kit if you need a reliable solid security / surveillance camera system.
Currently 2 good options from Costco: Lorex 4K kit at the B&M for $800, Q-see 4K kit online for $850 ( $825 if you use a $25 off 250 online coupon to reduce this one another $25 ).
Ref:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99
https://slickdeals.net/f/10836015-costco-q-see-8-channel-4k-hd-ip-nvr-with-4tb-hdd-4-4k-cameras-850-black-friday-season-11-17-11-27-2017
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Crap the 2 pack is $99. You think they adjust for me if asked?
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got a white one, free one day shipping.
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FYI - Master List of Black Friday Security Camera deals:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10731663-security-camera-security-camera-system-black-friday-2017-master-list
Mat2000,
I'm planning to buy wifi security camera system.

From your experience, Do you recommend on investing $350 on 3 piece arlo pro from costco or this or similar deals where 1080p camera costs approx ~$50.

I'm also planning to buy Simplisafe security system from bestbuy for $169.99 and take their $15 monthly subscription.
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Mat2000,
I'm planning to buy wifi security camera system.

From your experience, Do you recommend on investing $350 on 3 piece arlo pro from costco or this or similar deals where 1080p camera costs approx ~$50.

I'm also planning to buy Simplisafe security system from bestbuy for $169.99 and take their $15 monthly subscription.
Hi BV999,

Please see my review and take on Arlos and wire less security systems
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99

Are you renting?

WiFi + wired power is not reliable enough for a solid security camera system.

Wire Free is worse, basically short "snap shots" triggered late by unreliable motion detection. ( there are ways to get around this by using 2x the number of cameras, and having one camera detect and then trigger another camera to record.. )

The only reliable option right now is a wired system.

If you are not allowed to wire up you place, you're SOL for a reliable solution and have to pick a compromised one.

Hmm.... what would I pick if I was unable to wire?

I've already tried the Arlo system.
Ring products which are wire free that I have reviewed and read reviews on seem to have the same issues.

Lorex recently came out with a wire free security camera package - it's new so not many reviews, maybe worth testing. ( deal at BJs on this BF, as well as at Lorex.com see the master list... )

Wired WiFi - if I have to drag power wires outside, I may as well install a PoE or coax system.
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Hi BV999,

Please see my review and take on Arlos and wire less security systems
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99

Are you renting?

WiFi + wired power is not reliable enough for a solid security camera system.

Wire Free is worse, basically short "snap shots" triggered late by unreliable motion detection. ( there are ways to get around this by using 2x the number of cameras, and having one camera detect and then trigger another camera to record.. )

The only reliable option right now is a wired system.

If you are not allowed to wire up you place, you're SOL for a reliable solution and have to pick a compromised one.

Hmm.... what would I pick if I was unable to wire?

I've already tried the Arlo system.
Ring products which are wire free that I have reviewed and read reviews on seem to have the same issues.

Lorex recently came out with a wire free security camera package - it's new so not many reviews, maybe worth testing. ( deal at BJs on this BF, as well as at Lorex.com see the master list... )

Wired WiFi - if I have to drag power wires outside, I may as well install a PoE or coax system.
Thank you! I purchased a quick move-in house which is past drywall stage. So I can't go with Wired option at this point of time and that's why I inclined to wireless.

I bought Arlo pro 3 piece from Costco yesterday. When I see 1080p wireless cameras deals for $50, I'm thinking about my Arlo purchase, if it's really worth it or not.

Again, I've no idea on these systems and learned a bit (at least I think Smilie) from your master list post on security cameras.
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Thank you! I purchased a quick move-in house which is past drywall stage. So I can't go with Wired option at this point of time and that's why I inclined to wireless.

I bought Arlo pro 3 piece from Costco yesterday. When I see 1080p wireless cameras deals for $50, I'm thinking about my Arlo purchase, if it's really worth it or not.

Again, I've no idea on these systems and learned a bit (at least I think Smilie) from your master list post on security cameras.
Hi BV999

Let me be direct with you.

YOU CAN, it's just that you do not want to.

It's ok. I felt the same way.

After 8 months with the numerous reliability issues with the Arlo system, I finally accepted what others told me and started wiring up.

LOL, I'm attempting to encourage you to skip the learning stages which I went through which was rather expensive and just go to the wiring stage

Update:
If you plan to keep the house it is completely worth it to wire it for security cameras, alarms, as well as your den / office and media center.
If you feel uncomfortable doing that you can find good contractors who can do this with minimal work / holes in your dry wall.
I'm currently going though the Lorex deals, and there is some nicer PoE kits there - better quality cameras which I would probably install if I had a new place.
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Hi BV999

Let me be direct with you.

YOU CAN, it's just that you do not want to.

It's ok. I felt the same way.

After 8 months with the numerous reliability issues with the Arlo system, I finally accepted what others told me and started wiring up.

LOL, I'm attempting to encourage you to skip the learning stages which I went through which was rather expensive and just go to the wiring stage

Update:
If you plan to keep the house it is completely worth it to wire it for security cameras, alarms, as well as your den / office and media center.
If you feel uncomfortable doing that you can find good contractors who can do this with minimal work / holes in your dry wall.
I'm currently going though the Lorex deals, and there is some nicer PoE kits there - better quality cameras which I would probably install if I had a new place.
lol: You read my mind.
I thought a simple wireless system would be easy for setup without any hassle.

Thank you for educating novice people like me. I'll start thinking about the wired ones. I can return Arlo at costco anytime.
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lol: You read my mind.
I thought a simple wireless system would be easy for setup without any hassle.

Thank you for educating novice people like me. I'll start thinking about the wired ones. I can return Arlo at costco anytime.
HI BV999, thanks

Try the Arlo Pro out to test possible locations you would like to install security cameras.
( that was very useful for me once I decided to wire )

ps - happy to share what I learned in my journey
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