Snag Eufy security cameras, smart locks and more with as much as 43% off.
Anker sub-brand Eufy makes some affordable home security cameras and related gear -- especially when you can find its devices on sale like you can today at Amazon. A limited-time sale over there is taking as much as 43% off Eufy Security products, dropping prices as low as $17 while supplies last. The sale includes cameras, smart locks and more so it's well worth a look if you want to shore up your home's security.
A smart buy for most folks is an outdoor security camera system so you can keep an eye on your property from anywhere. The most affordable option in the sale is the Eufy Security S200 outdoor cam at $56, down 30%. This single camera is good for monitoring one particular part of your home, such as your driveway or yard, without the need to invest in a hub or get locked into a monthly subscription. The wired camera features a 1080p HD resolution with color night vision, a built-in spotlight, an IP67 weatherproof-rating and microSD support. It's also compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
For whole home coverage, consider grabbing one of the muticam kits on sale. At 38% off, the EufyCam 2C Pro set is down to a new record low price at $260 and offers three 2K resolution cameras and the necessary hub to get them set up. There's no monthly fee with these either and the hub allows them to work with Apple HomeKit as well, though only at 1080p. These battery-powered cameras don't need wiring in which makes installation easy, and they should last around six months between charges or you can enable continuous power by pairing with a Eufy solar panel which is also on sale at $45.
Other top picks in the sale include solar-powered 4K cameras, affordable indoor cams and Eufy's smart lock at 40% off. Eufy's neat SmartTrack Card tracker for Apple Find My is also on sale which gives you peace of mind that you'll be able to find your wallet if you ever lose it. It's 43% off at just $17.
It's worth noting that late last year it was discovered that Eufy cameras were sending data advertised as "local-only" to cloud servers, even when cloud storage was disabled. None of the devices in this Amazon sale were specifically mentioned in the claims but it might factor into your decision making, especially if you intend to put cameras inside your home.