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Score Two Wyze Cam Pan V3 Security Cameras for Just $34 Apiece

Deal of the day: Save 15% on these versatile indoor/outdoor cams.

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Wyze Cam Pan V3 (two-pack): $68

Save 15%

These just-released security cameras are already great value even at full price, but right now you can score them with their first discount. Each features a pan-and-tilt camera with 1080p video, motion tracking support and an IP65 weatherproof rating. 

Disclaimer: We aren't recommending that consumers purchase Wyze products at this time. Over the past several years, Wyze has suffered from repeated data leaks and security breaches, including a 2019 user data leak, exposed databases in 2022, and exposed video files that same year. More recently, Wyze has seen both 2023 and 2024 security flaws that let at least 13,000 people see through other Wyze security cams owned by unrelated users.

Currently, Wyze's forum report on the latest breach includes an update from February 19, 2024: "Our engineering team has added a new layer of verification between users and event videos to prevent this from happening again. We've also removed the client library and will not be using caching until we can find a new client library and stress test it for extreme scenarios like we saw on Friday."

This response is a start, but Wyze has repeatedly struggled to reliably update its approach to security and meaningfully communicate with its users. While we have seen security companies bounce back from security problems in the past, we haven't seen this kind of improvement from Wyze yet. So we are not endorsing their products or any services where you need to create a Wyze account with your personal info. 

We'll keep you updated on Wyze's security and privacy if our recommendations change. If you're looking for security brands that have made notable security improvements or have good privacy track records, we can recommend products from Ring, Google's Nest, Blink, and Arlo.

Gone are the days of having to spend hundreds of dollars on security cameras. And Wyze is making it even cheaper to shore up your home security today with the first discount on its recently unveiled Wyze Cam Pan V3. Down to just $68 at Amazon for a two-pack, you're saving 15% and nabbing these already affordable indoor/outdoor cams for just $34 apiece. 

Wyze makes some of our favorite cheap security cameras, but that doesn't mean the brand skimps on features. The Wyze Cam Pan V3 offers 1080p HD video with color night vision and two-way audio. With pan, tilt and zoom support, you can get a look at the entire room it's placed in or turn on the automatic motion tracking to keep tabs on vehicles or people on your property. 

It's worth noting that though the Wyze Cam Pan V3 is IP65-rated for weather resistance, Wyze's site states that the Wyze outdoor power adapter is required to use the device outdoors. It's sold separately for $20 at Amazon or $17 at Wyze, but even factoring that into the price you're paying much less than for many outdoor security systems

The same two-pack is down to just $66 direct at Wyze, though you'll have to pay shipping there unless you can get your order total to over $120.