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Lorex Security Cameras 25% off Site-wide until August 22,2021

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Feb 17, 2013
239 posts
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Newmarket, ON

Lorex Security Cameras 25% off Site-wide until August 22,2021

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August 22, 2021
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Lorex is having an anniversary sale with 25% off site-wide.

10% additional with upgrade program. (need to fill out a form)

Code: LOREX25

Good deal if you are looking to upgrade your system.
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Member
Apr 8, 2016
234 posts
465 upvotes
Toronto
Try "GET5 and SAVE10" for an additional 15% off

Edit: its 2 coupons, 1. GET5 -5% off, 2. SAVE10 - 10% off
I believe that anything more than 50% of its original price is not a good deal
Jr. Member
Jul 13, 2016
141 posts
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Cool, they advertise "No duty no brokerage fees no customs fees".

When I apply the 5% and 10% coupons it seems to remove the 25% one, and when 25% is reapplied it says it's already on the account.

Shipping is also free on a test order I did. Sales tax is added.
Newbie
Oct 9, 2017
51 posts
30 upvotes
I have Lorex cameras hooked up in my home that I just moved into, from the old owner who used them. I’m wondering what the quality or service is like on these before I go through the hassle of setting them up? doesn’t look like a monthly fee?
Newbie
Feb 1, 2011
65 posts
14 upvotes
Mississauga
Thanks OP. In the market for upgrade. Heads up that Costco.ca also has a few on sale…haven’t done the math yet around the best deal…would like something with audio enabled.
Jr. Member
Jan 23, 2007
141 posts
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I bought/installed a Lorex 4 HD camera wireless kit 4yrs. There were no service fees. Video is stored in a local DVR.

They were trash in all honesty. 2 of the cameras lost connections permanently, and 1 of them lost night vision. I ended up moving and didn't bother to fix them. The software was pretty basic and hard to work with. They weren't worth the money or installation effort in my opinion. Pretty low quality gear, but most of the equipment in that price range is. Cheap generic Chinese crap.. shop around in detail and you'll see what I mean. ODM plus logo.

In my next house I bought Ubiquiti gear and glad I did. Cost more but good performance, updates etc. Build quality is good, and the software is quite usable. Install and usage has been easy.

If you can't afford the good stuff, I'd suggest just installing dummy cameras as a deterrent.
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Dec 13, 2013
468 posts
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Tsun wrote: In my next house I bought Ubiquiti gear and glad I did. Cost more but good performance, updates etc. Build quality is good, and the software is quite usable. Install and usage has been easy.
Can you share the product link of the system you have now?
Jr. Member
Jan 23, 2007
141 posts
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This is all you need for a basic setup.
bought 1 of these
https://ca.store.ui.com/collections/uni ... udkey-plus
bought 5 of these
https://ca.store.ui.com/collections/uni ... x-camera-1

I did go all Ubquiti so I also got
2 of these
https://ca.store.ui.com/products/unifi-nanohd-us
1 of these
https://ca.store.ui.com/collections/uni ... usw-24-poe
1 of these
https://ca.store.ui.com/products/unifi- ... a131&_ss=r

You can mix and match based on your needs/budget. You can find this stuff on Amazon or many computer shops. I bought mine before AX was finalized. The networking stuff is mostly all integrated into one pane of glass, while the camera/protect is in another.

Ubiquiti isn't perfect, but my experience has been good.
Member
May 21, 2002
410 posts
96 upvotes
It's been about four years since I've had a similar kit to this installed (except I have two domes and two bullets) bought from this site during one of their many sales

Lorex four camera 4k kit

Build quality of the cameras are good and don't seem plasticky like the ones available at Costco. Install and operation are straight forward. Regular POE and no proprietary connections

Absolutely zero issue with the cold weather; picture quality is excellent. App is basic but gets the job done.

I wouldn't consider myself a 'power' user by any stretch. I set them up way back when and check them whenever I need to. I haven't fiddled around with settings after initial setup.

I considered a Hikvision/Dahua custom setup but this was just easier at the time and its fulfilled my needs without issue or headaches

I'll acknowledge that there are several poor reviews online regarding Lorex products but I'm going to suggest that their quality varies among their different lines of equipment so just be careful in deciding what you go with
Member
Mar 4, 2008
359 posts
268 upvotes
Gatineau
Lorex or Hikvision for a 4 camera PoE system with NVR? With this discount, prices are comparable

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