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EufyHome via Amazon has eufy Security Pro 2-Cam Wireless Home Security System on sale for $319.99 - Extra $64 Off w/ promo code EUFY2C2K (apply in cart) = $255.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Note, must apply the listed promo code to receive discount. Item must be sold by EufyHome and fulfilled by Amazon. In stock October 11, 2020.

Includes
  • eufy HomeBase 2 Hub
  • 2x eufyCam 2C Pro Camera
  • Mount
  • micro USB Charging/Ethernet Cable
  • AC Power Adapter
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This wireless home security system is 100% wire free. Install indoor/outdoor w/ ease to surveil your home for 180 days on a single charge. Extend storage via USB storage dongle. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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eufy Security, eufyCam 2C Pro 2-Cam Kit, Wireless Home Security System with 2K Resolution $255.99
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I've installed 2 Eufycam setups at different houses in the past couple of weeks and I wanted to share these vinyl siding clips to make mounting easier for people so they don't have to drill into their siding.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XG17SPY

Two of these next to each other line up the holes perfectly for the camera mounts. I had to bend these with some pliers to give a little more curve to them but after that they held great. (Read the comments in the reviews about this) I also added a little extra mounting tape stuff as well to give a little extra security.

This way it makes it easier if you ever want to move the cameras as well and you don't have holes in your siding.

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These are really good cameras in my 25 days of use. Time will tell on battery life but the picture is better than ring spotlight and ring stickup. Only concern may be distance from base station. I haven't tested that.
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Argh just bought the regular ones. Didn't think the pros would be on sale so soon. Thanks op.
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Do these have charging ports, can you just buy really long usb cables and keep these plugged in and be done with them instead of having to replace the batteries from time to time?
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Argh just bought the regular ones. Didn't think the pros would be on sale so soon. Thanks op.
I did too! Thinking about returning them now
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Do these have charging ports, can you just buy really long usb cables and keep these plugged in and be done with them instead of having to replace the batteries from time to time?
They do have ports but I'd imagine you lose the waterproof capabilities by having a wire ran to them
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These are awesome. Just bought a few weeks ago and installed. There is a huge difference in quality between the pro cameras and my add-on regular 2c camera.
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Are these the new cameras they recently teased?
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Should be $199 in a few months.
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How's the security on the wireless end? Does it run off wifi or does it have its own sever like base with storage? Is there a mobile app to view away from location?
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Thanks OP! Been looking at getting security cameras and the reviews seem great for these along with a decent price and no monthly subscription fees.
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Seems like a good deal on these...any idea how long the code is good for? How do they compare to blink xt cameras? Especially for night or low light recording?
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Do these have charging ports, can you just buy really long usb cables and keep these plugged in and be done with them instead of having to replace the batteries from time to time?
You don't replace the batteries. You charge them by either taking them down and plugging them in, or what I do is just leave them up and connect them to a USB battery pack to charge. After a few hours they're at 100% so I remove the battery pack. I don't believe they have any overcharge protection so keeping them plugged in will probably reduce battery life.
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Is there anyway to have this continuously recording or does it only do clips once motion is detected?
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