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Deal Alert: Grab a eufyCam 2-Camera Security System for $299

eufy Security Cam System

A modern home security system shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. Thankfully, you can grab the new eufyCam security system at a massive discount from Amazon.

The retail price of a eufyCam 2-Camera security system is about $460. I think we can all agree that $460 is a lot of money. But right now, Amazon is running two coupons that can bring this eufyCam system down to just $299.

On the eufyCam Amazon listing, there’s a small coupon box that takes $50 off your eufyCam purchase. Click that coupon box, and add the eufyCam 2-Camera system to your cart. Then, use the coupon code EUFYKKBT to get a total $160 off at checkout.

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If you haven’t heard of the eufyCam, then now’s the time to catch up. The eufyCam is basically a smart, wireless security camera product that requires no monthly fees and very basic installation. It connects to your home Wi-Fi, and you can watch eufyCam footage in real time. Since each eufyCam has speakers and microphones, you can set off remote alarms from your phone, or talk through the eufyCam to humorously scare off burglars and peeping toms.

You can always add additional eufyCams to your home security setup, but two cameras should be enough for most homes. They’re durable and splash-proof, and each eufyCam camera has a 1-year battery life, so you shouldn’t spend too much time doing maintenance. The eufyCam can mount on any magnetic surface, but they also come with traditional mounting hardware.

This is a great deal — better than some of the eufyCam deals that we saw on Black Friday a few months back. Deals like this tend to disappear quickly, so if you’re interested in buying an eufyCam, then you better do it now.

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