The Amazon Prime Early Access sale is a great time to upgrade your home security, and when it comes to staying safe in your home you can't do better than eufy's range of wireless home security products.
The eufy Security SoloCam provides endless battery life thanks to solar power. It has a 600-lumen spotlight with a motion sensor to ward off unwanted visitors, or just light up your driveway at night. It also has a 2K resolution and like the eufyCam doesn't come with any attached fees or subscriptions. It works over 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.
Eufy's video footage is all stored locally using military-grade encryption, giving you peace of mind knowing that your private footage is safe and secure. Two-way audio in its cameras lets you have real-time conversations with anyone at your door, and its ecosystem means you can keep adding parts to your smart home network. There are also savings to be found on eufy's Security Solo Indoor Cam, now just $40 instead of $55. Likewise this eufy Video Doorbell Kit is now just $80 instead of $100. Also be sure to look out for some great eufy bundles, with more savings to be had if you can find a group of devices altogether.
Home Security is foundational to any good smart home, but there are plenty of other ways you can upgrade it. Be it through smart lights, smart plugs, air monitors, a thermostat, and more. You can see these and other great Amazon Prime Day deals in our Early Access sale live blog.
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