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In store Costco Arlo Smart Security Lights 3 pack with four battery $149.99 with instant $50 dollars rebate

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I saw this deal today at my local store. $199.99 - $50 rebate = $149.99
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I actually saw this at my local Costco a few weeks back and thought it was a really good deal, I just couldn't figure out how I'd benefit from them. Seems like not all Costco's have them, but if you need them and have one nearby, it's a good deal!
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Am i missing something, i dont see any photos..... tnx!
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Am i missing something, i dont see any photos..... tnx!
You need to view on desktop
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I dont understand the point of these expensive 'smart' lights and no cameras.
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I dont understand the point of these expensive 'smart' lights and no cameras.
They double as outdoor "smart" motion sensors as well.
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I dont understand the point of these expensive 'smart' lights and no cameras.
i use them with cameras. control them using the same app as the cameras

i have various rules set, that if the light detects motion it triggers cameras as well
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Is there any limit as to the number of lights you can install on a single Arlo base station?
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If it doesn't require internet for motion capture & can use local storage

"Local Storage: Connect a USB drive to the base station for local video backup"

.... then I'd say it's a decent deal. I haven't bothered with these mostly because I figure they'd eat up our data allotments with Comcast....

Keeping in mind Wyze cams are, what, like $20 though... I guess you can get a similar setup for less, but probably more DIY work. Think Wyze is also releasing some sort of "base" for saving to local home storage soon, but idk if it'll work with all previous models
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i use them with cameras. control them using the same app as the cameras

i have various rules set, that if the light detects motion it triggers cameras as well
So, how would this be any different than just regular motion sensing lights? Regular lights can also be set to turn on or off during the day when activated by motion. When the lights turn on at night, the Arlo cameras can record as normal but with light.
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So, how would this be any different than just regular motion sensing lights? Regular lights can also be set to turn on or off during the day when activated by motion. When the lights turn on at night, the Arlo cameras can record as normal but with light.

I think you missed what I said. It's Bc there are instances where the light will pick up motion first, or the camera won't pick up motion or won't in time . So you can set a rule to trigger the camera before the camera would detect motion. It's also a good way to get motion alerts and camera recording outside of the range of the arlo cameras. I have a light in the rear of my backyard, out of reach of the motion for the camera. When the light triggers, it triggers the camera and I can see what is going on. i can't get face ID at that range, but i can at least see what's going on - ie if it's just a FiOS repair tech working on the pole, or a neighbor looking at the tree, or a criminal walking around with a pry bar in his hands trying to break into one of my sheds. the light then serves the purposes of providing light so i can see when i'm retrieving something from the shed at night

some people complain about there being a recording delay with Arlo that hinders its recording ability. that can usually be addressed with your installation orientation. where your orientation or position cannot be changed due to structural limitations, these lights allow you to both add customized motion light AND provide a motion trigger for the camera. example - you can throw one of these lights on the brick next to your garage door, it will serve as both motion light for your walkway AND to provide a motion trigger to the camera to start recording when someone reaches the walkway, so the camera will already be recording when the person turns the corner towards the front door. same could apply for a side or rear wall, etc.

IMO, the light could be brighter. but it serves its purpose and they integrate phenomenally with the Arlo eco-system
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Is there any limit as to the number of lights you can install on a single Arlo base station?
Recommendation is 4 per bridge...but they dont count toward any subscription so in theory you could have unlimited bridges and thus lights as well
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Recommendation is 4 per bridge...but they dont count toward any subscription so in theory you could have unlimited bridges and thus lights as well
I have one base plus 3 cameras. Do I need another base for these 3 lights or would it work with the remaining set up? How did you set up the rules? Is it simple or complicated?
I see your point about timing the detection and camera capture but still kinda expensive. You can get regular motion detecting LED lights for $10 a piece. So is the only advantage here that they are integrated with Arlo system?
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Is this the same one that was selling Black Friday for $250?


Never mind these are for the lights
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