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Update: Save a Total of $103 on My Favorite Thermal Camera This Black Friday With Our Exclusive Discount

Get an additional 10% off an InfiRay thermal camera with CNET's exclusive code.

James Bricknell Senior Editor
James has been writing about technology for years but has loved it since the early 90s. While his main areas of expertise are maker tools -- 3D printers, vinyl cutters, paper printers, and laser cutters -- he also loves to play board games and tabletop RPGs.
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  • 6 years working professionally in the 3D printing space / 4 years testing consumer electronics for large websites.
James Bricknell
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Update: InfiRay has dropped the price an additional $20, making the total savings $103 if you use the exclusive coupon cnetbf10.  The article prices have been changed to reflect the additional discount.

Before spending time with the P2 Pro thermal camera from InfiRay, I would have said it wasn't that important to have one. But now I know it can help you save money on your energy bills. This Black Friday is the perfect time to buy one: Not only is the camera on sale, but CNET has an exclusive code to help drop the price to just $197. That's $103 off the standard price.

To get the best deal, you must add the P2 Pro -- either the Android or iOS version -- to your cart and apply the coupon code cnetbf10 to give you a further 10% off the initial Black Friday deal price of $239.

I use the P2 Pro for work when I test 3D printers and grills, but for the average person, having a thermal camera will help you isolate cold and hot spots in your home. These can be caused by leaky ducts, leaky pipes or areas that are missing insulation. I found a large area of my garage lacked insulation when I was testing the P2 Pro, and by fixing it, I've noticed a significant improvement in the temperature. 

Spending $300 on a thermal camera like the P2 Pro might be a big ask -- though a thermal inspection can cost more than that for just one visit -- but saving $103 and getting it for just $197 is a much better value proposition. Just remember to add the code cnetbf10 to your cart before hitting the buy button on this Amazon Black Friday deal.

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