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Deal Alert: Get 6 Months of Complete Motion Capture When You Buy 2 Wyze Cams

Two Wyze cams, one stacked on the other.

Wyze Cams are good inexpensive cameras that won’t break the budget. For about $25, you get a simple camera that streams, records, and even gives you free cloud access. But, without a subscription, you get a 12-second record time limit to the cloud. Right now, if you buy two Wyze Cams from Home Depot (in-store and online), they’ll come with six free months of Complete Motion Capture.

If you prefer to record to the cloud, a Complete Motion Capture subscription is a must for Wyze Cams. Without it, they’ll only record 12 seconds of footage to the cloud, wait five minutes, then record again for another 12 seconds.

You can use a microSD card to overcome that limitation, but it won’t do you any good if a thief steals your camera. Complete Motion Capture (CMC) bypasses those restrictions. Instead, your camera will record until it stops detecting motion, so you don’t miss a thing. And since that recording goes the cloud, you won’t lose the video if you lose your camera.

At $1.50 a month per Wyze Cam, it’s not expensive, but it can add up. That’s why this Home Depot deal is worth grabbing. When you buy a special $52 two-pack of Wyze Cams, it comes with six months of free CMC service for both cameras. That’ll save you about $14. Again it’s not much, but if you were going to buy Wyze Cams anyway, why not save a few dollars along the way? Just to be clear, you have to grab the marked two-pack to get the free CMC service.

The deal only goes until April 29th, and you can get it online at Home Depot’s site or in stores.

Source: Wyze

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