Protect yourself, your home, and your family with this stunning Arlo Ultra home security kit. It’s wire-free, extremely easy to install, and has an 18% discount applied to it right now, taking the price down to just $269.99.

The first thing that’s worth mentioning here is that this product is part of the Amazon Renewed initiative. It means that there will be no cosmetic damages to the hardware and that has been previously pre-owned but has been professionally inspected, tested, and cleaned by Amazon-qualified suppliers and technicians. It also comes with a 90-day guarantee for extra peace of mind under the Amazon Reviewed program.

The UHD video quality of the provided cameras allows owners to zoom in to see sharp details using the Arlo Ultra’s 4K and HDR advanced image quality technology. After all, what’s the point in adding cameras if they don’t provide stunning images and visuals? Owners will also get a 180-degree diagonal field-of-view that lets them see more with a wider angle lens that comes with auto image correction to reduce the fisheye effect that a lot of other camera systems suffer from.

The system also comes with advanced night vision that allows the owner to see the nighttime in actual color rather than grainy black and white night vision. You get superior sound and video quality and, perhaps most importantly to a lot of people, a wire-free experience that doesn’t require any drilling through walls or cable installation.

Pop on over to the direct link below to make the purchase and grab this 2-camera wire-free system for just $269.99. The price is likely to rise in the near future so it’s worth grabbing this discount whilst it’s active. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: Arlo Ultra – 4K UHD Wire-Free Security 2 Camera System from Amazon: $269.99 | Original price: $330

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