Keep An Eye Indoor With The Discounted Nest Indoor Security Camera For Just $79.99

Pick yourself up a stunning Google Nest Security Cam with a very appealing post-festive period discount. For those that act now, the wired camera can be bought for just $79.99.

The Google Nest Cam – like most security cameras of this nature – is designed to keep homeowners constantly informed about what’s going on inside their property. The “know more, worry less” tagline from Google sums up the purpose of this product perfectly.

This second-generation version of the Nest camera system comes with improved and enhanced alerts and detection. The camera knows the difference between a person, an animal, and a vehicle. It is capable of sending the relevant signals directly to the Google Home app when something is detected. Owners can also set different activity zones within the app so they will only be alerted when motion or activity is detected in specific regions of interest.

In addition to viewing the video captured by motion, owners can view the live stream of the Nest Cam at any time as long as they have internet. The Google Home app also stores three hours of entirely free event history so owners can see what’s been happening. Privacy and security are also important and have been thought of with 2-step verification and video encryption, Nest Cam makes sure your privacy is protected.

It seamlessly pairs with other compatible devices like Nest Hub and Echo Show and even Wi-Fi outage is thought of with local memory that can keep videos for up to one hour.

Everything that you need is listed on the direct link below. You won’t be asked for discount codes or promotional coupons to achieve the advertised price. Just make sure to grab the deal before the stock levels are depleted or the discount is revoked.

Buy: Google Nest Security Cam (Wired), 2nd Generation from Amazon: $79.99 | Original price: $100

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