See who's with the eufyCam E wireless security system for a $ 160 discount

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Eufy takes $ 160 from its eufyCam E Wireless Home Security Camera system when you enter the promotional code EUFYUBPL during checkout at Amazon. That brings the price back to $ 399.99. Given that we have never seen this newest set of 3 cameras, this is a deal you don't want to miss. After all, you pay the price of what a kit with 2 cameras would normally cost.

This 100% cordless camera system is IP65 weatherproof and suitable for indoor or outdoor use, with an internal battery that lasts a whole year with one charge (or three years in standby mode). It films in 1080p resolution and also offers night vision, so you can see everything that takes place outside, no matter what time it is. And with the EufySecurity app you can check in on the video feed of the camera, wherever you are.

Unlike other security systems, eufyCam E does not require that you pay for a monthly service to use it. A 16 GB microSD card is included with the purchase, allowing you to save up to a year of recordings without the need for anything extra. You also receive mounting hardware so that you can easily install it at your home.

If you want to add more cameras to your installation, you can do so at any time in the future for $ 179.99 per camera. The above package also contains the required base station with which they can all work together seamlessly. Currently, Amazon offers the single cameras & # 39; s for only $ 149.99 with a coupon on the page, but you can't use one without the base station.

Do you have an Amazon Alexa device with a screen? You can even view the live video images from the camera directly on devices such as the Echo Show and Echo Spot.

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