eufycam e home security cameras with 365-day battery life are down to their best price yet - security cameras
In the past, it was difficult to choose a wireless security camera system for the home because there were many options outside.
However, this decision has become very easy since Anker released the eufyCam E wireless home security camera system.
These excellent wireless home security cameras are 1080 p in resolution, very clear and waterproof, so you can install them both indoors and outdoors.
While the Arlo camera typically lasts 2 or 3 months per charge, eufyCam E lasts 365 days before you need to replace the battery, or for up to 3 years in standby mode
EufyCam E does not have any subsubscription fees because it stores the recording on a microSD card and can accommodate a one-year lens.
The included base station packs a nice loud siren that can be configured to make a sound when the system is equipped and the predefined trigger trips.
Eufy also offers a secure entry sensor for $29.
99 incredible 2-per function-
A year's battery life can be installed on any door or window in seconds.
This way, you can trigger an alarm or even a siren when the system is armed and the door or window is opened.
The best thing is because the camera is included in the 16-
Gigabyte microSD card (
Scalable to 128 GB)
, There is no monthly fee for the EufyCam E system.
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The camera system that includes eufy base stations and 3 wireless home security cameras retails for $560, but now if you use the coupon code BGRCAMEE at checkout, it costs only $420.
This is a limited one.
Time is tight though, so be sure to hurry up if you don't want to miss it!
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