Cyber Monday Is Done And Dusted But 5 Blink Cameras Are Currently 50% Off

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are things of the past this year but the deals are still out in force! Amazon-owned Blink appears to be trying to give its hardware away with an insane deal that lets you pick up five outdoor cameras for just $189.99.

On the face of things, the Blink cameras pretty much offer everything that a homeowner would want from an affordable camera that will live outdoors. The small physical footprint makes the camera discrete and it’s packed with functionality. Wireless connectivity.

Water resistance to handle all weather conditions. A two-year battery life. And advanced motion detection. This little beauty seems to have it all.

All five cameras in this kit will offer the same experience and they are all capable of being set up within minutes thanks to the pairing experience and the accompanying app. The cameras are easy to mount, easy to use, and provide an overall positive experience for any homeowner with any level of technical expertise. They also offer compatibility with the Alexa ecosystem in order to provide additional control and compatibility with other hardware.

And, for those people who want a little extra power and versatility, owners can store video clips and stills in the cloud with an extra Blink subscription. That type of experience offers total peace of mind to ensure that events and detection motion is never missed and is securely stored for future reference.

Everything that you need to know to take advantage of this deal can be found on the direct link below. You won’t be asked for any discount codes or limited-time promotional coupons to achieve the advertised price. Just make sure to act quickly before the deal expires.

Buy: Blink Outdoor Wireless Camera, Water Resistant, 5-Pack from Amazon: $189.99 | Original price: $380

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