Wyze Cam v3 is Now on Amazon with Prime Shipping

Cameron Summerson

If you want an affordable camera that works indoors and outdoors, look no further than the Wyze Cam v3. Until recently, the biggest issue with the latest Wyze Cam was finding stock and subscription requirements. But now, you can score a Wyze Cam v3 direct from Amazon with Prime shipping.

If you’re not familiar with the Wyze Cam v3, it’s an affordable wi-fi security camera with features well above its price range. You’ll get indoor/outdoor capabilities, a starlight sensor for clear night vision with color, and support for accessories like the Wyze spotlight. Our review called it a big leap forward over the Wyze Cam v2, and it easily competes in feature and quality with cameras far more expensive. 

As is often the case with Wyze products, you’ll see a higher price listed on Amazon than you on the Wyze site. But when you buy from Wyze, you pay extra for shipping, but that’s not the case at Amazon (if you have Prime). The cost ends up about the same, but you get Amazon’s two-day shipping. And depending on where you live, Amazon may be cheaper. When we checked, the price for a Wyze Cam v3 plus ground shipping landed at $2 above the Amazon price.

The one exception here is Cam Plus subscribers, who get an additional discount when purchases Wyze Cam v3 from Wyze; if you’re a Cam Plus subscriber, it may be cheaper to order from Wyze. But for everyone else, fast shipping is an enticing option, and it’s worth comparing the pricing on the two sites.

You can buy the Wyze Cam v3 from Amazon right now, or if you prefer, directly from the Wyze site.

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Wyze Cam v3 1080p HD IndWyze Cam v3 1080p HD Indoor/Outdoor Video Camera with Color Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, Works with Alexa & The Google Assistant, and IFTTT

If you want a great wi-fi camera that won't break the bank, then Wyze Cam v3 is the best option you can choose.

Josh Hendrickson Josh Hendrickson
Josh Hendrickson has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smarthome enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »

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