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Nest Wi-Fi Outdoor 1080p IP Camera - 2 Pack - White $383.99

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Nest Wi-Fi Outdoor 1080p IP Camera - 2 Pack - White $383.99

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Was browsing around and saw both Best Buy and Home Depot has the Nest Outdoor Cam 2 pack for $383.99 + tax.

Not super hot, but still better than regular price at $250 each.

https://m.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/nest ... e/10737309

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.nest ... 64222.html
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Dec 19, 2007
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Can these be used off my own servers or the reasons these are so expensive is to use theirs?
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Which would be better arlo or This?
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Older model, new iq ones coming out soon.

Ok deal, but Home Depot had this 2pack on clearance at many locations back around Boxing Day for 299, and at that time came with a free google mini.

The single pack outdoor cam was going for 179 with a free google mini.

Not saying this is a bad deal, but I still think it will go down more as it’s cleared out so the iq model takes its place.

That said as an older only 1080p model I like the 3 I have, picture quality is great. Just wish it wasn’t only 2.4ghz in Canada.

These nest cams are best used with their cloud service for smart video history and alerts. I wouldn’t buy if not planning to use that service. Also no way for local recording.
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dealixious wrote: Which would be better arlo or This?
It depends on how you look at it. Image/video quality wise the nest is better because it's 1080p. I have the arlo pro which is only 720p. It's not bad but it's not good either.
I like the arlo for it's flexibility and free 7 days cloud recording with options to record locally as well. The arlo pro runs on both battery and hardwire so that's a bonus.
They both have issues running in extreme cold weather. They both have a temperature limit to which it can operate.
I don't want to pay for the expensive Nest plan so definitely arlo for me.

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