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Wansview 1080p WiFi Outdoor Security Camera EXPIRED

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Wansview via Amazon has their Wansview 1080p WiFi Outdoor Security Camera on sale for $18.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Click here to add Wansview 1080p WiFi Outdoor Security Camera to cart.
  2. Clip the 32% off coupon on the product page.
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  3. Proceed to checkout.
  4. Add promotion code G8YXCGKC in cart.
  5. The price should be $39.99 - 32% off w/ coupon - 22% promotion code = $18.39 + Free Shipping.
  6. Complete your order.
Features:
  • 1080P HD Video
  • 2 Megapixel 105° wide-angle lens
  • 24 IR LEDs which provide up to 20 meters night vision
  • IP66 Waterproof
  • Durable aluminum alloy outer casing
  • Real-time Alerts
  • Works with Alexa
  • Optional Cloud Storage
  • Note: Needs to be plugged into an outlet for continuous power. Wireless means that this Wi-Fi camera transmits data via 2.4 GHz WiFi.
Includes:
  • 1 Wansview Security camera
  • 1 3Dbi WiFi Antenna
  • 1 12V 1A US Power supply
  • 1 Quick Installation Guide
  • 1 RJ45 Ethernet Cable
  • Mounting Screws

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Wansview via Amazon [amazon.com] has Outdoor Security Camera, wansview1080P Wireless WiFi Home Surveillance Waterproof Camera with Night Vision, Motion Detection, Remote Access, Compatible with Alexa-W4 for $18.39 and Free Shipping with PRIME with 32% clip coupon on product page + 22% off code G8YXCGKC
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I got mine for a out $120 less when Best buy had a sale.

I have a busier neighborhood so it triggers the 2 street cameras a lot and I don't get a full year out of those without recharging.

There are better cams, but I just wanted an easy camera system and a good app. And I wanted it simple.

I do regret not going solar for them... I've just gotten into a bit more solar for things like motion detection spotlights, and love them. But I know very little about it lol.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081STV...UTF8&psc=1

Keep an eye out for sales. The full price is steep, but it was worth it to me when I got it discounted. I probably wouldn't have bought it at the price Amazon lists. But when best buy had a sale, I jumped on immediately lol.

Also, they make 180day battery life versions that are less $ but the 365 day battery versions on sale weren't much more than the 180 day version at the time.
If you car about security and want 24/7 surveillance. Go with poe with an NVR yes it's expensive and it's a bit of a hassle to do the wires but after that you can be sure you don't miss anything
I have three of them bought around March. I like the function of setting motion detecting area, which reduce tons of false alarm.

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Anyone have experience with these security cameras?
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Anyone have experience with these security cameras?
It's not bad for $18 and also supports RTSP.
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Anyone have experience with these security cameras?
I have three of them bought around March. I like the function of setting motion detecting area, which reduce tons of false alarm.
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Bought one for the front door.
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It's not bad for $18 and also supports RTSP.
Are you sure? I have a few of their older ones going with blue iris DVR but when I tried one of these newer ones they seemed to have gone to a cloud only platform.
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Are you sure? I have a few of their older ones going with blue iris DVR but when I tried one of these newer ones they seemed to have gone to a cloud only platform.
Their app gives you RTSP link, and I've been using it with iSpy. Check the reviews on Amazon.
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Anyone have experience with these security cameras?
I have two of them (bought a 3rd but haven't used yet). Pleased with them. Nice upgrade from my old Foscams. Good quality color image. Compact solid cam. Very easy setup with app. App is decent. Got mine to work with TinyCam (RTSP) too. Good deal for <$20.
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I got tired of dealing with these cheap cameras. They have too many flaws.

To me a "Wireless" camera isn't wireless if it requires a 12v power supply. I went to a wireless, rechargeable and never looked back. I only charge it once every 7-10 months, and the motion detection aspects are far greater than the cheaper cams.

Now... this is a deal if you want a camera deterent. I mean, just the fact that a camera is visible helps to keep up security.

Just spend the extra $ on a good wifi wireless system. I went with Eufy after having a lot of issues with Defender cams, and the Eufy has been great. Plus I'm a tech idiot, so I need simplicity. I'm not wanting to run more wires than I have to lol.
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I got tired of dealing with these cheap cameras. They have too many flaws.

To me a "Wireless" camera isn't wireless if it requires a 12v power supply. I went to a wireless, rechargeable and never looked back. I only charge it once every 7-10 months, and the motion detection aspects are far greater than the cheaper cams.

Now... this is a deal if you want a camera deterent. I mean, just the fact that a camera is visible helps to keep up security.

Just spend the extra $ on a good wifi wireless system. I went with Eufy after having a lot of issues with Defender cams, and the Eufy has been great. Plus I'm a tech idiot, so I need simplicity. I'm not wanting to run more wires than I have to lol.
Which cameras did you end up buying that you like? Can you link me?
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Which cameras did you end up buying that you like? Can you link me?
I got mine for a out $120 less when Best buy had a sale.

I have a busier neighborhood so it triggers the 2 street cameras a lot and I don't get a full year out of those without recharging.

There are better cams, but I just wanted an easy camera system and a good app. And I wanted it simple.

I do regret not going solar for them... I've just gotten into a bit more solar for things like motion detection spotlights, and love them. But I know very little about it lol.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081STV...UTF8&psc=1

Keep an eye out for sales. The full price is steep, but it was worth it to me when I got it discounted. I probably wouldn't have bought it at the price Amazon lists. But when best buy had a sale, I jumped on immediately lol.

Also, they make 180day battery life versions that are less $ but the 365 day battery versions on sale weren't much more than the 180 day version at the time.
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
I got mine for a out $120 less when Best buy had a sale.

I have a busier neighborhood so it triggers the 2 street cameras a lot and I don't get a full year out of those without recharging.

There are better cams, but I just wanted an easy camera system and a good app. And I wanted it simple.

I do regret not going solar for them... I've just gotten into a bit more solar for things like motion detection spotlights, and love them. But I know very little about it lol.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081STV...UTF8&psc=1

Keep an eye out for sales. The full price is steep, but it was worth it to me when I got it discounted. I probably wouldn't have bought it at the price Amazon lists. But when best buy had a sale, I jumped on immediately lol.

Also, they make 180day battery life versions that are less $ but the 365 day battery versions on sale weren't much more than the 180 day version at the time.
Thank you I'll check it out!
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If you car about security and want 24/7 surveillance. Go with poe with an NVR yes it's expensive and it's a bit of a hassle to do the wires but after that you can be sure you don't miss anything
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