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Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus $188 (RRP $309) + $5 Delivery / $0 CC @ JB Hi-Fi


Targeted email with one off code,

This coupon is unique and can only be used once, limited to 3 per transaction. Offer valid for online and instore transactions until the close of trade Sunday 22nd January 2023, offer cannot be extended. Coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon offer. Coupon valid for a Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus SKU: 395848 / 395847.

To obtain a code, you will need to be signed up to JB HI-Fi's Newsletters. Codes are sent usually at the start of the week.

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  • How does one get the targeted coupon?

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      email, but ive posted my code above as i dont need it, hopefully few more people post theirs in comments

      • I've claimed the code, thought it would be used by now considering its a good price

    • Might be too late for this one but you need to go to the jbhifi site and sign up to their mailing list.

      Although I think I saw someone in the last deal posted they might have got the coupon email when signing up after the rest of us got ours.

      • Cheers, have done so. I only had an account but didnt sign up for mailing list

    • Sign up to their mailing list.
      If you click the link in the post then go down to the bottom of the page and enter your email address where it says "Sign Up for Special Offers"
      You will likely get sent a code for this offer if you do it now and will also be subscribed for future offers.

      • Cheers, did so now

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    This is a subscription-based security camera with no internal storage. $50 per year one camera, all devices and cameras $150 a year.

    • is there a better alternative?

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        Dunno about 'better' but Arlo and Eufy are fairly popular.

      • Eufy is the only one left. Arlo used to have free 7 day cloud storage on their older models but now that it's coming to an end as well. You can still get notifications on the ring and arlo but you cannot record or store them without a subscription. There are also a lot of smart features that need paid subscription as well.

        • Wait, when is it coming to an end for Arlo Pro 2 free 7 days storage? Haven't seen this news…

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            @L3tstaxth1s: As part of Arlo’s commitment to delivering high performance products and to protect our customers’ privacy and data, we continually review the ability of our products and services to meet the ever-evolving technology and cybersecurity standards of the market. Based on this analysis, we determine when our products and services need to be updated or retired and moved into their end of life (EOL) stage.

            Starting January 1, 2023, Arlo is implementing an EOL policy for its products and services, with the Generation 3 (VMC3030) and Pro (VMC4030) cameras being affected on April 1, 2023. These cameras were released in 2014 and 2016, respectively. The EOL of the Generation 3 (VMC3030) and Pro (VMC4030) cameras means that certain features of, and support for, these cameras will become unavailable, including 7-day cloud storage, firmware updates, and email notifications. To find your product model number go to the Arlo Secure App > Settings > Support Center > click on your specific camera and then scroll down to the details section to view the product model number.

            These cameras may continue to be operated after April 1, 2023 by all existing Arlo owners to live stream video, receive motion notifications, and store video clips locally with a compatible Arlo base station. These cameras also can utilize Arlo’s new cloud storage, which is available with the Arlo Secure subscription service, though the EOL’d cameras themselves may lose some functionality over time, as they will not be provided with further firmware upgrades.

            More information on Arlo’s EOL policy can be found here.

            Thank you for being part of the Arlo community.

            -The Arlo Team

          • @L3tstaxth1s: And my D-Link released a very similar statement

        • I think eufy had a big scandal recently, where it was discovered they were uploading stuff to the cloud even though they had said it was all local. Also lead to vulnerabilities where basically anyone could tap into their cameras and spy on people.

          If you Google “eufy scandal” more info should come up

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            @cheddarcheesesticks: I think you will find most platforms have had that problem. The moral of the story is keeping your camera in a safe place otherwise you might end up on sites as a movie star.

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            @cheddarcheesesticks: I thought that was over reacting including linus. Don't all security cameras do that? For an average user don't worry about all that.

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              @kyogui: I agree. They made quite a big deal about sending thumbnails to their cloud service

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      that's ridiculous,buying it, paying an electrician and then the subscription fee while forfeiting privacy,…

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      I used this one, thank you very much

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    I have one of these but no longer pay for subscription so it is just used as a flood light. Recording was so hit and miss. I had one case where it sent me an alert so I went to the app. Seen someone on my property on the live video but the video was never saved.




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  • I have two Ring spotlight cameras and I hate them. The subscriptions are a big money grab and there isn't any other option as there is no internal storage or onboard memory slot. If you plan on purchasing just one, I guess you won't mind. It adds up when you buy multiple cameras and have a ring doorbell. They should implement an address or family subscription.

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      They have 2 plans, a $5-ish plan for one camera and a $15-ish plan for unlimited cameras at one address. Sure onboard storage or local network storage would be nice, but imho not really necessary here.
      If you want a cheap security camera with no subscription and local sd card there are much cheaper options, if you want a multi-camera networked system with local network storage then a wired solution would be better.
      Ring suit the mid-price minimal setup approach, particularly if you need to grant guest access to a subset of cameras.

      That said, a 4k camera offering would be nice, 2k isn't really sufficient these days

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  • Anyone had any luck price matching this at Bunnings?

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