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    $88.77
    1. Foscam FI8918W Wireless/Wired
    $65.55
    2. TRENDnet SecurView Wireless Internet
    $23.29
    3. GE 51107 Smart Home Wireless Alarm
    $99.99
    4. Cisco-Linksys Wireless-N Internet
    $15.50
    5. Driveway Patrol Sensor and Receiver
    $11.00
    6. OUTDOOR FAKE / DUMMY SECURITY
    $59.99
    7. D-Link DCS-920 Wireless-G Internet
    $123.95
    8. Levana BABYVIEW20 Interference-Free
    $16.17
    9. Skylink WS-100/WS-100N Wireless
    $134.99
    10. Lorex LW2003 LIVE snap Video Baby
    $1.98
    11. SE Dummy Security Camera, Dome
    $27.02
    12. Mini Wireless Color Camera with
    $299.00
    13. Lorex LW2702 7-Inch LCD Quad Digital
    $92.94
    14. Foscam FI8918W Wireless/Wired
    $135.98
    15. Skylink SC-1000 Complete Wireless
    $68.84
    16. Panasonic Network Camera and Pet
    $13.07
    17. GE 45117 Deluxe Wireless Door
    $48.82
    18. Chamberlain CWA2000 Wireless Motion
    $6.95
    19. Professional Nickel Finish Double
    $23.50
    20. FakeTV Burglar Deterrent Charcoal

    1. Foscam FI8918W Wireless/Wired Pan & Tilt IP Camera with 8 Meter Night Vision and 3.6mm Lens (67° Viewing Angle) - Black NEWEST MODEL (replaces the FI8908W)

    -- our price: $88.77
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0046710G6
    Manufacturer: Foscam
    Sales Rank: 270
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Replacing the Foscam FI8908W, the FI8918W is this latest camera from Foscam. The FI8918W is a wireless or wired, pan/tilt IP camera solution for indoor use. It combines a high quality digital video camera, remote pan/tilt ability with network connectivity and a powerful web server to bring clear video to your desktop or smartphone from anywhere on your local network or over the Internet. The high quality video image is transmitted with 30fps speed on the LAN/WAN by using MJPEG hardware compression technology. The image resultion is 640 x 480 (300k Pixels). The Foscam FI8918W camera is based on the TCP/IP standard. The control, management and maintenance of the camera is done simply by using your browser to remotely configure and upgrade the firmware. The Foscam FI8918W IP camera can reach up to 8 meters of visibility in absolute darkness with 11 infrared LED's. ... Read more


    2. TRENDnet SecurView Wireless Internet Surveillance Camera TV-IP110W (Silver)
    Electronics
    list price: $125.99 -- our price: $65.55
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00125KR1E
    Manufacturer: TRENDnet
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    Editorial Review

    The Wireless Internet Camera Server (TV-IP110W) transmits real-time high quality video over the Internet. View your camera from any Internet connection. Complimentary SecurView camera management software provides advanced monitoring of up to 16 cameras to protect what you value most. This stylish and compact Internet camera provides crystal clear MJPEG video streams. Mount the wireless camera on most surfaces with an included mounting kit. Intuitive software features motion detection recording, email alerts (Does not support SSL, 32-bit only, monitoring multiple cameras will require a high performance CPU and graphics card), and scheduled recordings. The camera’s brilliant image quality, intuitive setup and complimentary software make it ideal for your home or office. SecurView cameras are not compatible with TRENDnet’s IPView Pro camera application for ProView cameras. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera Server, July 25, 2008
    I bought two of these cameras two month ago. The product itself is OK if you plan to use it in a small room. The quality is mediocre for objects located over 20 ft. away, and the objects seem to be much further away then they really are. The software for this camera (SecurView) is very unstable and I could not set up e-mail function to work properly. I also use IP201 camera from Trendnet, and that one is sold with IPViewPro software. Neither TV-IP110 works with IPViewPro, nor TV-IP201 works with SecurView software, so it's a one big mess. Using my basic HTML skills I ended up creating a web page that I run from my PC to see all my cameras (two TV-IP110, one TV-IP100, and one TV-IP201) on one page. Also, I had to buy another program (Active Webcam) to manage my cameras without headache. Again, the focus in very poor on anything over 20 ft away.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised; great camera for the money, May 1, 2009
    I bought two of these cameras and set them up inside my home after several houses in my neighborhood were burglarized. I own mostly Macs and I am using the excellent EvoCam software by Evological to manage the cameras and allow me to view them via the web on a single web page. This software allows for more flexibility in responding to motion detection. For example, using an AppleScript I can queue intimidating music on my home stereo. One of the cameras is hardwired to my Time Capsule. The other is connected to an Airport Express (also used for AirTunes). These cameras do not offer good quality images in low-light conditions, however, motion detection still works very well, which is all that I need. One of the reviewers essentially complained that Trendnet was not able to help them configure their home network for them. You cannot expect a company that sold you a budget camera to then provide you with IT training. If you don't know the difference between a LAN and a WAN or what a port number is, then hire your son's techie friend to install these for you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceeded my expectations for the price, May 17, 2009
    I bought this camera to replace a Linksys WVC54GC that I had for 3 years. The Linksys never did work correctly. (I could only get the e-mail alerts if I said "no video". But it DID make the video. I ended up writing a batch file that sent me any videos it found once a minute. But the number of false alarms...JESUS!) But it did give me peace of mind after my break in.

    The IP110 has WAY more features AND it cost less. But ooohhh you need almost a degree in networking to configure it. I exchanged a couple of e-mail with tech support before I got everything working. The manual needs work. I experienced the hanging and it losing the time when I was configuring it on my own. But once everything was configured correctly, it has been trouble-free.

    Two notes for buyers:
    1. This camera sends photos, not videos. Even the FTP just sends photos. It will MAKE motion detector-triggered videos, but it doesn't send them. I could use the batch file to send the videos like I use to, but the motion detector photos are fast and reliable. I can connect to the camera remotely from work in less than 10 seconds.

    2. The manual talks about a Schedule Profile and a Motion Detector profile. The Motion Detector profile is self-explanatory. The Schedule Profile is used to have the camera e-mail photos constantly during a certain time period REGARDLESS of the motion detector. Not sure what the point of that is.

    But overall I am very satisfied.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera Server, July 25, 2008
    I bought this on a Gold Box deal and am very glad I did. First, the image quality is superb. TRENDnet supplies software to assist in setting up the camera but people with a bit of technical experience can go straight to the web interface and set things up there and there are some great features that allow you to set this camera up pretty much however you want.

    All of the camera settings are configurable - brightness, contrast, saturation, frame rate, resolution, and even settings to synchronize with 50 or 60 Hz lighting or outdoors. It also supports WPA2 encryption and three levels of password-protected access. You can have it grab images based on movement (requires accessing the camera with Internet Explorer to configure that for some reason) or on a time schedule, and either have it e-mail the images or ftp them somewhere. And it supports dynamic domain name configuration so you can access the camera even if your IP address changes.

    It also supports time and date stamping the images - pretty much a necessity - but it also supports accessing an NTP server to make sure the onboard clock is accurate.

    And once you get the camera all set up the way you want it, you can save out the configuration file to make it a snap to reconfigure it in case you ever do a hard reset that restores all the defaults.

    Not that it will matter to most, but this camera server is actually a full ARM-based computer running Linux. If you go to the TRENDnet website, besides getting the latest firmware, you can also get the source code for the camera OS for those that want to tinker.

    The final issue is just the value. You are getting a video camera and a web-serving computer with both wired and wireless interfaces for this price. I'm glad I got mine and am using it to monitor my front porch for visitors and also as a way to monitor the weather at home. With multiple cameras, it's easy to monitor all sorts of things if someone wants to.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Mac users should not fear this camera!, December 11, 2008
    I bought one of these cameras, knowing that it was claimed to be reliant on active-x for the video stream, but my Mac-based application could work around that. My early experiments at setup and use were with Firefox and, as expected, the live video wasn't available. I went thru the setup and put it online and then went to a different machine using Safari (v3.1) and lo and behold: It streamed the video using an ultracam.jar applet. I troubleshot the Firefox installation and found an incompatibility with /library/internet plug-ins/javaplugincocoa.bundle. Once that plug-in was removed, the video stream worked under Firefox with the same ultracam applet. Also tested successfully with Opera v9.62.

    Wireless setup and performance are nominal and straightforward, as are the function with DynDNS and emailed events. One must remember that the default IP address of the camera is probably not in the same non-routable range as most use with their LANs.

    Mac users should not fear this camera. Sporting features like the NTP clock & timestamp, DynDNS, and price make it a really nice deal.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Verizon DSL installation help & hints, December 27, 2009
    If you are going to use this on a remote property or location, here is a lot to help you -
    1. Get some cheap sunglasses,break it, and tape one of the lenses over the camera to use it on the outdoors - it is really designed for indoor use & low light - a light sensitive and polarizing filter or sunglass is best -
    2. Do call Tech support for help - they are great !
    3. You need to know the IP address of your home ROUTER to enable people far away to look at this over the internet - and unfortunately that IP address is assigned by your Internet Service Provider (Verizon or Comcast for many of you & me too!) . and ... they change that address and give you a new one occasionally. Normally you can get that from the main screen when typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser and an info page will provide you the 4 numbers you need.
    4. You also need to make sure that the router has "Port forwarding" enable for port #80. This is a default mode on some routers - not for others. Logging into the router control panel will have a page somewhere that lets you enable this if need be. Ignore this step and test - might just work (mine did!). For multiple cameras they each need to be forwarding on different port #s... 80, 81, 82, 83.... and the router needs to enable all of those ports to be forwarded....
    5. Once you know the IP address and enabled port forwarding, call a friend and have them put the IP address into their browser as an address - and add ":80" (or other numbers for multiple camera situation) into the browser - that should let them see you or your view !! Note that they need to have Java and ActiveX installed and allowed in their browser !!
    6. As an example - making up the numbers here - if your router says the IP address is XX.yyy.ZZ.AA then you would put http://xX.yyy.ZZ.AA:80 into the browser - then put in the username and password for the camera - and viola - it works !!
    7. Note that if you power down the router, reset it, or if Verizon or Comcast does some maintenance work, the IP address #s change - so you need a way to get that data when needed! (I'm still working on that - it'd be nice if you could get it email'ed on demand from your ISP.....)
    Have fun - great camera otherwise (this imnprtant info above was not in the help or Tech doc CD I got with the cmaera!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars What's with the WLAN?, October 6, 2008
    Install and set-up went OK, test position close to the WLAN router went OK.

    Installed at the intended location the "W" started to act up within a day, unplugging and replugging would get it back to work for a few hours.
    Then it quit, won't even do "W" mode when close to the router. Works just fine when on the wire.

    Reading a few of the other "trials and tribulations" I think this one will go back. ;) :)

    Update on the above:

    I obtained a RMA from the seller and a replacement (naturally it's "pay up-front" for that! ;) :) ), but then decided that there had to be a solution to the WLAN problem.

    There sure was: get EVERY ONE of the settings correct and it works. That includes ALL the Wireless settings including the encryption i.e. if the router is set to HEX make sure the cam settings are in HEX too! The other pit fall: correct channel! for some strange reason the channel setting will revert back to the default (6) unless one sets the channel, selects mode as "ad-hoc", then "apply". After the "Apply" go back and reset the mode to "Infrastructure". The channel setting finally stayed!
    Next project will be getting the focus as clear as possible for the outside, the reviews keep mentioning the excellent picture quality ... not so far! ;) :)

    5-0 out of 5 stars IF YOU'RE STILL STRUGGLING - PLEASE READ THIS !!, January 1, 2010
    My first suggestion; leave yourself plenty of time. This will not be accomplished in five minutes. However, I would suspect many of you reading this column are mighty frustrated by now, and are looking to the reviews for assistance. Fact is you will learn more from these reviews than from tech support! Here's how to set these cameras up (I have four!) TRENDnet Wireless Internet Camera Server (TV-IP110W)

    Step 1. Lose the disk and the instruction manual. They are of little use.
    Step 2. Enter the [...] website, find your camera in download section.
    Step 3. Download and install SecureView and IPSetup.
    Step 4. Power up the camera and install the ethernet cable to your router.
    Step 5. Load IPSetup and find your camera, double click and enter the setup program.
    Step 6. Select static IP and record the camera number, configure your settings.
    Step 7. Hint! for email notification, ping your mail server and enter the numeric IP.
    Step 8. Hint! select this NTP time server for your camera <64.90.182.55> otherwise the camera will forget the time each time you unplug it. This is a pain to reset! Make sure you enter your correct timezone, e.g. GMT -5:00 for Eastern US Time Zone
    Step. 9 Port forward your router using the router setup routine. Just do a google on port forwarding!
    Step 10. If port forwarding doesn't work, select another port, e.g. default port '80' did not work for me!
    Step 11. Hint! You don't need SecureView to capture and email images! Just enable motion detect on the setup screen.
    Step 12. To make sure you can view cameras from a remote location, use a laptop and connect to an unsecured wireless connection, enter "[...]" and record your IP address. Now enter your IP address e.g. [...] where the numeric string is your IP and :80 is the port you forwarded under steps 10 and 11.
    Step 13. Hint! Do not try to view camera images on your desktop and wireless laptop at the same time! You will lose connectivity to your IP Cam! Each Camera must have a unique port!
    Step 15: Sit back and enjoy the view!

    PS. Trendnet offers Excellent technical support. They are open on New Year's Day and were extremely polite and helpful.

    3-0 out of 5 stars OK camera, bad software, November 17, 2008
    I bought two of these cameras two month ago. The product itself is OK if you plan to use it in a small room. The quality is mediocre for objects located over 20 ft. away, and the objects seem to be much further away then they really are. The software for this camera (SecurView) is very unstable and I could not set up e-mail function to work properly. I also use IP201 camera from Trendnet, and that one is sold with IPViewPro software. Neither TV-IP110 works with IPViewPro, nor TV-IP201 works with SecurView software, so it's a one big mess. Using my basic HTML skills I ended up creating a web page that I run from my PC to see all my cameras (two TV-IP110, one TV-IP100, and one TV-IP201) on one page. Also, I had to buy another program (Active Webcam) to manage my cameras without headache. Again, the focus in very poor on anything over 20 ft away.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised; great camera for the money, May 1, 2009
    I bought two of these cameras and set them up inside my home after several houses in my neighborhood were burglarized. I own mostly Macs and I am using the excellent EvoCam software by Evological to manage the cameras and allow me to view them via the web on a single web page. This software allows for more flexibility in responding to motion detection. For example, using an AppleScript I can queue intimidating music on my home stereo. One of the cameras is hardwired to my Time Capsule. The other is connected to an Airport Express (also used for AirTunes). These cameras do not offer good quality images in low-light conditions, however, motion detection still works very well, which is all that I need. One of the reviewers essentially complained that Trendnet was not able to help them configure their home network for them. You cannot expect a company that sold you a budget camera to then provide you with IT training. If you don't know the difference between a LAN and a WAN or what a port number is, then hire your son's techie friend to install these for you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceeded my expectations for the price, May 17, 2009
    The TRENDnet wireless Internet Camera (TV-IP110W) exceeded my expectations so much I now have a total of 5 of them. I bought these to monitor a second home from my first. The setup was very simple and flawless. I admit I'm a geek so the typical non-geek might have a problem with the over-simplified documentation. The camera's settings let me easily set them up for indoor/outdoor monitoring etc. Unfortunately, I did have a problem that when power is lost, the camera gives up trying to find the wireless network, prior to my wireless becoming available. This meant needing to reboot the camera manually. Because I was remote I was unable to do so. I installed X10 power models on each camera so that now I can remotely power the cameras on/off as needed remotely. I've had the cameras installed for 6 months now and they have performed beautifully.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works with Iphone and cam-viewer app, January 18, 2009
    I bought this wireless camera for $69.99 on sale through amazon. It has crystal clear video and works flawlessly. I can't imagine why anyone would spend more money or say anything negative about this camera. I use it to view my dogs during the day and am able to use it with my iphone. There is an itunes application called cam-viewer that works great with this camera and the iphone. I highly recommend this camera.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Works great but a bear to configure, December 21, 2009
    I bought this camera to replace a Linksys WVC54GC that I had for 3 years. The Linksys never did work correctly. (I could only get the e-mail alerts if I said "no video". But it DID make the video. I ended up writing a batch file that sent me any videos it found once a minute. But the number of false alarms...JESUS!) But it did give me peace of mind after my break in.

    The IP110 has WAY more features AND it cost less. But ooohhh you need almost a degree in networking to configure it. I exchanged a couple of e-mail with tech support before I got everything working. The manual needs work. I experienced the hanging and it losing the time when I was configuring it on my own. But once everything was configured correctly, it has been trouble-free.

    Two notes for buyers:
    1. This camera sends photos, not videos. Even the FTP just sends photos. It will MAKE motion detector-triggered videos, but it doesn't send them. I could use the batch file to send the videos like I use to, but the motion detector photos are fast and reliable. I can connect to the camera remotely from work in less than 10 seconds.

    2. The manual talks about a Schedule Profile and a Motion Detector profile. The Motion Detector profile is self-explanatory. The Schedule Profile is used to have the camera e-mail photos constantly during a certain time period REGARDLESS of the motion detector. Not sure what the point of that is.

    But overall I am very satisfied. ... Read more


    3. GE 51107 Smart Home Wireless Alarm System Kit
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $71.10 -- our price: $23.29
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00032AVN6
    Manufacturer: GE
    Sales Rank: 364
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    Editorial Review

    GE Alarm Kit With Window/Door and Deluxe Door Alarm 51107 3 AAA Batteries. Easy to use system. Features: -Deluxe door alarm with a four-digit keypad for entering a custom code -Three window alarms -Easy installation that requires no wires or drilling -120-dB alarms for maximum protection -Chime mode that sounds each time a door or window is opened ... Read more


    4. Cisco-Linksys Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera
    Electronics
    list price: $139.99 -- our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B002OHDFOA
    Manufacturer: Linksys
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    Editorial Review

    Send live audio and video to a smartphone or web browser anywhere in the world! The Cisco-Linksys wireless-N internet home monitoring camera connects to your network wirelessly, and delivers a live audio/video stream to a smartphone or browser anywhere.Also captures video streams and sends email alerts with video clips upon motion detection. ... Read more


    5. Driveway Patrol Sensor and Receiver Kit
    Lawn & Patio
    list price: $39.99 -- our price: $15.50
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645RH
    Manufacturer: TELEBrands
    Sales Rank: 73
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    Editorial Review

    TV3731 Features: -Driveway patrol. -Infrared wireless alert system. -Used to monitor the mailbox, garage, driveway or countless other places. -Battery operation and 400 foot range means no wiring is necessary. -Receiver emits an audible tone when a vehicle or person passes the sensor. -Installs in seconds. -Dimensions: 2.25'' H x 4.83'' W x 6'' D. ... Read more


    6. OUTDOOR FAKE / DUMMY SECURITY CAMERA w/ Blinking Light

    list price: $24.95 -- our price: $11.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0013Q1XTM
    Manufacturer: TELEBrands
    Sales Rank: 431
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    Editorial Review

    Now you can deter robbery, theft, and vandalism without the high cost of a real security camera. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think the premise is guarded by a high-tech surveillance system and go in search of an easier target. In fact, this is an actual surveillance camera that has been modified into a "dummy" or fake security camera. This unit does contain a flashing light. The camera features authentic video cable and a fully adjustable mounting bracket that will let you install the camera quickly and easily using the included stainless steel screws. Dimensions of the camera are 5 one half inches x 3 inches x 2 and one half inches (without rain shield). With the rain shield the dimensions increase to 7 x 3 x 3 inches. The camera requires 2 AA batteries that are not included. ... Read more


    7. D-Link DCS-920 Wireless-G Internet Camera
    Electronics
    list price: $109.99 -- our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B001764PVQ
    Manufacturer: D-Link
    Sales Rank: 1546
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    Editorial Review

    The D-Link Wireless G Internet Camera (DCS-920) connects to an Ethernet or wireless network to enable remote high-quality video recording. 802.11g wireless technology allows you to place the DCS-920 in places that were previously inaccessible such as ceiling and walls. Support for the WPA and WPA2 standard ensures that you will be provided with the highest level of security when connecting to your wireless network. ... Read more


    8. Levana BABYVIEW20 Interference-Free Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Night Light Lullaby Camera
    Electronics
    list price: $339.99 -- our price: $123.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B001FB567U
    Manufacturer: SVAT Electronics
    Sales Rank: 1491
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    Editorial Review

    There is nothing more important to you than your child's safety and security. You want to be with them day and night to know that they are safe at all times. But with so much to do around the house in an average day, you know that it isn't always possible. The BABYVIEW20 is Levana's easy-to-use video baby monitor that ensures you're always there for your loved one. This portable system allows you to watch over your child with a handheld monitor and be alerted whenever she makes a sound, even when the system is in standby mode. The night vision feature allows you to see your child when it's dark, and you can play comforting lullabies directly from the camera. The BABYVIEW20 is the perfect solution for every parent - now you can rest easy knowing your child is safe! ... Read more


    9. Skylink WS-100/WS-100N Wireless Remote Control, Channel A
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $18.53 -- our price: $16.17
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008X5D5
    Manufacturer: Skylink
    Sales Rank: 454
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    Editorial Review

    Control plug-in devices through walls, from your car or garage.No wiring required, easy installation.Receiver plugs into any 3-prong grounded standard outlet. Operation range of 100 feet. Max. Resistive Loading: 960W. Max. Incandescent Loading: 300W Turn lamps on before entering the house. Control outdoor Christmas lighting from inside the house. ... Read more


    10. Lorex LW2003 LIVE snap Video Baby Monitor (White)
    Electronics
    list price: $399.95 -- our price: $134.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B003Q6CU12
    Manufacturer: Lorex Corporation
    Sales Rank: 251
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    Editorial Review

    The LOREX LIVE snap is a completely portable video baby monitor with a slim and compact design and built-in 'snapshot' recording. The pocket-sized video monitor with 2.4-inch super-bright LCD screen AND compact camera both feature built-in rechargable lithium-ion batteries for true portability around your home. Take the system with you when you visit relatives, friends, or go on vacation. Capture those unforgettable moments instantly with touch-button snapshot recording to a built-in microSD card recorder. Snap and save up to 4000 pictures on the included microSD card. "Talk with Baby" feature lets you talk to and soothe your baby when you are not in the same room. See your baby at all times with Automatic Night Vision. 100% digital technology ensures the signal is secure, interference-free and has a wireless range of up to 450 feet. The LIVE snap grows with your family as it is expandable up to 4 cameras and allows you to view up to 4 rooms at the same time. ... Read more


    11. SE Dummy Security Camera, Dome Shape, 1 Red Flashing Light
    Misc.
    list price: $6.95 -- our price: $1.98
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000XBMP5E
    Manufacturer: SE
    Sales Rank: 489
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    Editorial Review

    Features a motion detecting sensor that makes it appear to work as an actual security camera! A light will come on when the sensor is activated. No wiring needed. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). Gift boxed. ... Read more


    12. Mini Wireless Color Camera with Microphone

    -- our price: $27.02
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000YM2OIK
    Manufacturer: Generic
    Sales Rank: 967
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    Editorial Review

    Tiny and wireless, this inconspicuous camera offers effective surveillance protection . It has an operative range of 150 feet, providing full motion, real-time, color video with no delay. It is easily concealed and the built-in microphone provides great sound quality that's perfect for presentations or interviews. ... Read more


    13. Lorex LW2702 7-Inch LCD Quad Digital Wireless Surveillance System
    Electronics
    list price: $499.95 -- our price: $299.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0032HMSIU
    Manufacturer: Lorex Corporation
    Sales Rank: 340
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    Editorial Review

    LOREX LW2702 7- Inch LCD Quad Digital Wireless Surveillance System with Secure Digital Card DVR and2 Color Weatherproof Cameras ... Read more


    14. Foscam FI8918W Wireless/Wired Pan & Tilt IP Camera with 8 Meter Night Vision and 3.6mm Lens (67° Viewing Angle) - White NEWEST MODEL (replaces the FI8908W)

    -- our price: $92.94
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00466X9SY
    Manufacturer: Foscam
    Sales Rank: 1622
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Editorial Review

    Replacing the Foscam FI8908W, the FI8918W is this latest camera from Foscam. The FI8918W is a wireless or wired, pan/tilt IP camera solution for indoor use. It combines a high quality digital video camera, remote pan/tilt ability with network connectivity and a powerful web server to bring clear video to your desktop or smartphone from anywhere on your local network or over the Internet. The high quality video image is transmitted with 30fps speed on the LAN/WAN by using MJPEG hardware compression technology. The image resultion is 640 x 480 (300k Pixels). The Foscam FI8918W camera is based on the TCP/IP standard. The control, management and maintenance of the camera is done simply by using your browser to remotely configure and upgrade the firmware. The Foscam FI8918W IP camera can reach up to 8 meters of visibility in absolute darkness with 11 infrared LED's. ... Read more


    15. Skylink SC-1000 Complete Wireless Alarm System, Off-White
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $170.99 -- our price: $135.98
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B003MP93BC
    Manufacturer: Skylink
    Sales Rank: 1008
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    Amazon.com Product DescriptionFeaturing rolling-code technology, the Skylink SC-1000 Complete Wireless Alarm System provides maximum security and reduces the likelihood of false alarms. Suitable for homes, offices, 24-hour stores, businesses, or wherever security is a concern, this all-in-one system offers a 100-foot operating range, installs in minutes, and requires no monitoring services or fees.


    The SC-1000 is a complete, easy-to-install wireless security system that requires no monthly monitoring fees. View larger.
    Reliable, Cutting-Edge System Uses Trouble-Free Wireless Connections
    Keep your home or business safe and secure with this reliable, cutting-edge wireless security system. The SC-1000 utilizes innovative technology with trouble-free wireless connections to provide security, making it a great choice for protecting against intruders and safeguarding in case of an accident, fire, flood, or other emergency.

    Do-it-Yourself Security Eliminates the Need for Monitoring Fees
    The SC-1000 is a do-it-yourself system, which means you can easily install it yourself and then use it without paying monitoring fees or registering with an alarm company. To arm or disarm, you simply enter your personal code or use the keychain transmitter.

    Rolling-Code Technology for Maximum Security and Fewer False Alarms
    The Skylink SC-1000 Complete Wireless Alarm System:
    • Offers fast, easy installation
    • Utilizes Advanced Rolling Code Technology
    • Automatically calls for help in the event of an emergency
    • Dials up to 9 different numbers of your choice and sends out your personal 40 second message
    • Can be customized using up to 30 Skylink accessories
    • Does not require expensive, monthly monitoring fees


    Skylink is the first company to incorporate rolling-code technology into a home/business security system, which means that the SC-1000 provides maximum security while virtually eliminating the number of false alarms. A rolling code (or hopping code) is often used in entry systems that don't require a key, because it prevents an eavesdropper from capturing and using your personal security code. Thanks to rolling-code technology, the SC-1000's control panel will recognize radio waves only from its remote sensors (door/window sensor, motion sensor, and keychain transmitter), thereby preventing high-tech thieves from duplicating signals and tampering with your system.

    Motion, Door, and Window Sensors for Reliable Emergency Protection
    The SC-1000 comes complete with a motion sensor and two door/window sensors--enough coverage for small- to medium-sized homes. Because it works in conjunction with up to 30 Skylink security accessories, including Dial Alert, Alarm Detector Sensor, and Flood Sensor, this system can be customized to suit your needs and can be expanded to accommodate larger spaces or businesses that require a higher level of protection. If any sensors are triggered when the system is armed, the included 110dB siren will make a piercing sound, and the sensor will immediately send a wireless signal to the system's dialer.

    Automatically Calls for Help in an Emergency
    In case of an emergency, the SC-1000 follows a straightforward process to make sure you get the help you need. When you receive the system, you can program the emergency dialer to call up to nine different phone numbers, including your cellular phone, a pager, your doctor, relatives, friends, neighbors, etc., should something trigger one of the sensors. You'll also record a personal 40-second emergency message. In case of emergency, the system's dialer will automatically dial the number or numbers you have entered. Once the recipient picks up the phone, the emergency dialer will play your prerecorded message and inform the recipient that you are in an emergency situation and that help should be sent right away.

    Lighted Keypad and Low-Battery Indicator for Easy Operation
    Offering simple and straightforward operation, the SC-1000 features a lighted keypad that is easy to read in dark conditions and offers Chime, Instant, and Delay modes. It runs on AC power with nine-volt alkaline battery backup (battery included), and provides a helpful low-battery indicator to prevent a loss of power.

    What's in the Box
    Alarm with control panel (SC-001); one motion sensor (PS-434A); two door/window sensors (WT-433); one keychain transmitter (4B-434); one emergency dialer (AD-433S); two adapters; three nine-volt alkaline batteries; three 12-volt alkaline batteries; phone line; instruction manual; and warranty card.




    This kit includes everything you need to guard a medium-sized home. Add up to 30 Skylink accessories for full, customized protection of larger spaces.

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    16. Panasonic Network Camera and Pet Cam (BLC1A)
    Electronics
    list price: $96.99 -- our price: $68.84
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    Asin: B000EXVTJY
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
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    Package Contents:
    Panasonic BL-C1A Wired Network Camera, bracket, power supply, mounting hardware, CD-ROM, software and instructions.

    The Panasonic BL-C1A Wired Network Camera handles your digital photography needs at a price that won't hurt your wallet! This color surveillance camera allows remote video monitoring of a home or business. Remote home and business surveillance just got a lot more affordable. Receive an e-mail image when the home security camera detects motion--you'll always know what's going on at home or at your business. The 10X digital zoom and color night viewing makes sure you don't miss a detail. It's easy to install, easy to operate and requires no additional software for viewing on your PC. Indoor use only.

    Server Features:
    Image Buffer--About 250 frames (320 x 240, standard image quality). Image transfer via e-mail (SMTP) or FTP. View snapshots and control them from a compatible cellular phoneSupports up to 12 camerasIPv4 Multi-Language Interface -English, German, Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese

    Camera Features -1/4 320,000 pixel CMOS image sensor 10 digital zoomViewing Angle -53° horizontal, 41° verticalAuto exposureAperture -F2.8Illumination -10 - 10,000 lux (normal), 4-10,000 lux (night view) Motion Sensor with Email AlertAuto & manual White Balance Network Connection -RJ45 Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-X) System Requirements -Windows 98SE, 2000, ME and XP; Internet Explorer 6.0 or later Camera Dimensions(WxHxD) -3-3/8 x 3-3/8 x 1Weight -0.22 lbsNetworking Protocols -HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, UDP, IP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, and POP3 before SMTP ... Read more


    17. GE 45117 Deluxe Wireless Door Alarm
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $29.99 -- our price: $13.07
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    Asin: B0014A4JWU
    Manufacturer: GE
    Sales Rank: 1011
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    GE DELUXE DOOR ALARM ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars This alarm works the way it's described, September 2, 2009
    I've had this alarm for 2 months now and just ordered a second for the back door. The door alarm is VERY loud and piercing. I would think a burglar would not bother entering a home if this alarm was set off. If you want to use the Home mode (so that it sounds off right away when the door is opened), you have a choice of selecting "chime" or "alarm." For the Home mode using "alarm" you do have to activate it with your 4 digit code but you do not need to punch in your code if you're using "chime" for Home mode.

    When you set it to "Away" mode, you just need to enter your 4 digit code and leave within 45 seconds. When you come home, you have 30 seconds to enter your code to deactivate the alarm.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product does exactly what it says. Recommended., June 13, 2010
    I have three of these. One is used as an instant on alarm for a door that nobody is supposed to EVER open. The alarm is LOUD AS THE DICKENS !!! I mean LOUD LOUD ear hurting loud. That's a good thing.

    The other two are used as door chimes for every time a door opens (in our case at our place of business).

    Th unit comes with both screws and double-sided pressure sensitive tape. Installation is a snap. They will mount on either side of the door, too. Setting your 4 digit code is also a no-brainer: hit the learn button, then enter your 4 numbers on the keypad. See the green light. You're done.

    If anybody has a problem with this thing, then they are expecting it to be something it is not. Oh, of course it has batteries. And they are not included. So get some and quit whining.

    For what it does, it does it well... and for a peanuts price, too. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable, January 2, 2010
    I am using my alarm as much to know if someone is coming IN as OUT. I have small children and you can't be too careful. I have my alarm set to chime whenever the door is opened. And it works like a dream. It's sufficiently loud for me to hear in my small house, even with a tv on. When we leave the door open (bringing in the groceries)it's nice that the door doesn't keep chiming. I honestly haven't set it to the alarm mode, so I can't comment on that.

    4-0 out of 5 stars good purchase, July 9, 2010
    this item does exactly what it says it does. the area i live in was having a rash of break ins mid day. my husband and i live in a 3 story colonial. it is hard enough to hear whats going on on other floors but add in daily life like tv, air conditioners, fans and music and you cant hear at all. when we are home during the day we set the alarm to chime and it lets us know if our door opens, from every floor. at night we set it to home so that if an intruder enters we will hear them. during the day when we are at work it is set to away to alert my neighbors if anyone tries to enter our home. you can not simply take out the batteries as another review stated ... you need a screwdriver to do so. and with the sheer volume of the sound that is outputted by the alarm, anyone would run from the home, thinking it was connected to a company. deffinatly worth the investment. we have put one on our basement door as well, to alert us if that door opens since we do not go down there very often.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Works well, July 15, 2010
    If you're a merchant or a parent or anyone else looking for a simple alarm to let you know when a door is opened, this is a very good device. You can switch between a ding-dong alert for when you're in the room and a screaming siren when you want it as an intrusion alarm.

    I had previously installed a similar alarm from First Alert. The problem with those is that they use hearing aid batteries which run down quickly and cost nearly $10 to replace. This GE alarm has more functionality and uses longer-lived and less costly to replace AAA batteries.

    The only thing that prevented me from giving this alarm five stars is that I had to replace it after it failed after less than a year of use -- one of the control switches on the alarm failed.

    5-0 out of 5 stars GE wireless door alarm system..., December 15, 2009
    I recently bought two of these alarms for my front and back door.
    The product is exceptional for the price.
    It is easy to install and easy to set up.
    I really feel safe when I leave the house, or even when I am IN the house.
    I used to have one that, after awhile, stopped taking my code.
    Needless to say, THAT was embarrassing when the neighbors would come out to see what was going on.

    5-0 out of 5 stars alarm success, October 26, 2010
    I have these alarms on three outside doors and they are very effective. The alarm is plenty loud enough to keep anyone from wanting to enter the home and loud enough to wake you from sleep should it go off during the night. Probably the best you could find for the money.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little alarm !, July 10, 2010
    I bought this alarm more to keep kids in than out. T%hese alarms are REALLY LOUD ! I purposely set one off so that the kids could hear what they sound like, and now they don't dare go out without asking. As a precaution, I put them on at night then take them off in the morning, so that they won't be able to "try to figure them out". Love it !

    5-0 out of 5 stars This alarm is extremely loud, June 25, 2010
    I purchased this alarm as a supplement to my apartment's wireless alarm system. It's very easy to install, very easy to set up the passcode, and very easy to use. In the "away" mode, you have 30 seconds to disarm the alarm. In the "home" mode, the alarm sounds instantly if an intruder comes in uninvited. As the packaging states, it requires 3 AAA batteries. It's EXTREMELY loud and should act as an effective deterrent. Highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I wanted.........., December 5, 2010
    Items were shipped promptly (I ordered two) and were exactly what I wanted. The alarm is very loud. It will, at the very least, be a good deterrent.

    My daughters house was broken into the day after Thanksgiving. They came in through the back yard and even though there was a big dog in the yard, they used a big shovel to hit the dog and tear off the back door. The horror of it is, is that my 12 year old grandson was asleep in one of the bedrooms with the door closed. My daughter was at work and the dad had gone to run some errands. They stole two flat screen TV's and went into the bedroom where my grandson was sleeping. We assume they saw him there and did not take his TV, but ran.

    This happened around noon, in broad daylight.

    I believe, if my daughter had had this type of door alarm, my grandson AND the neighbors would have heard it. And yes, she is ordering some of these for her doors. ... Read more


    18. Chamberlain CWA2000 Wireless Motion Alert
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $89.99 -- our price: $48.82
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B002ISVJL6
    Manufacturer: Chamberlain
    Sales Rank: 1325
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    Wireless Motion Alert from Chamberlain alerts you the moment someone enters your property. With Chamberlain's Motion Alert, you'll always have advance notice that someone's on their way to your door. Compact, discreet motion-sensor unit installs on garage, mailbox, fencepost... nearly anywhere. And when activated, it sends a wireless signal to the receiver unit, up to one-half mile away! Then, when the unit's adjustable chime tells you you're about to have a visitor, you can prepare accordingly. Installs in minutes; Completely wireless; Receiver unit accepts signal from up to 4 sensors (one included), so you can protect a whole perimeter.; Weatherproof components.; Sensor: 3 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 3"h., uses 4 AA batteries (not included).; Receiver: 3 1/2 x 3 x 1 3/4"h., uses 4 AA batteries (not included). 1 lb., 11 ozs. Additional Sensors sold below.; Act Now! Chamberlain Wireless Motion Alert / Sensor Kit ... Read more


    19. Professional Nickel Finish Double Locking Handcuffs
    Misc.
    list price: $17.00 -- our price: $6.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B001F4PYBK
    Manufacturer: Shelter
    Sales Rank: 3488
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    For the veteran player these well built double-lock handcuffs are the perfect realistic prop for interrogation scenes kinky cops and robbers or just keeping your lover right where you want them. ... Read more

    Reviews

    5-0 out of 5 stars Almost as the real deal, February 1, 2010
    Very good handcuffs, double lock works good. Feels like the real deal, good weight, looks great. Be careful with this one..

    5-0 out of 5 stars DOES DOUBLE LOCK, August 19, 2010
    I have seen a few reviews on here saying these cuffs do not double lock, they do. I was skeptical to purchase these because of those reviews, but I'm glad I did. They are inexpensive and work. The cuffs double lock by inserting the pin on the key into the pin hole below the internal locking block. You remove the double lock by turning the key counter clockwise in the key hole (clockwise unlocks the cuffs).

    I also saw a review here stating these cuffs had a tab on the side that unlocked them without the keys. This is incorrect. the only way to unlock them is by use of the keys.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice!, November 2, 2009
    I was really impressed when I got these on the mail (which was faster than I expected). First of all, these handcuffs are very durable and look real (i'm no handcuff expert, but i'm pretty convinced these are real). they do double lock, you just have to know how to do it if you read the instructions, although mine didn't seem to work for both handcuffs like it should, it still doesn't make me rate it any worse than the five stars it deserves for its exelent quality. FIVE STARS!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not double-locking, July 9, 2009
    These are functional handcuffs, but they aren't double locking as the description says they are. Also, not necessarily a bad thing, but there are levers on the side that unlock them. Defeats the purpose a little in my opinion, but if you lose the keys, there's a back-up unlock. You get what you pay for.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, but no double-lock, April 7, 2010
    These are heavyweight, solid metal cuffs. I'm a pretty strong guy and they hold very well- I haven't found any way to pry or bend or break them.
    There is one problem that cuts this down from a 5-star rating: They aren't double-locking. In any way. At first, I thought I'd just missed something in the locking mechanism, but when I looked at the included instruction booklet, there wasn't any mention of double-locking. After fooling with them for about ten minutes, I've concluded that they simply don't double-lock. Disappointing, but not a deal-breaker. ... Read more


    20. FakeTV Burglar Deterrent Charcoal

    -- our price: $23.50
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    Asin: B003S5SOLG
    Manufacturer: Opto-Electronic Design, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 1673
    Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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    FakeTV is a burglar deterrent that recreates the light of real HDTV television. FakeTV's super-bright LEDs fill a room with light in thousands of possible shades of color. FakeTV simulates scene changes, fades, swells, and and on-screen motion. From outside, it looks just like someone is home watching TV. Most burglars will not break into an occupied house. Why risk prison? So when a prowler sees that flickering glow that means someone is home watching TV, he knows to move on to an easier target. When you are away, FakeTV says "alive" far more than a lamp on a timer ever could. Buy a FakeTV and make your home an unappealing choice for a break-in. ... Read more

    Reviews

    4-0 out of 5 stars It does what it says it will., October 14, 2010
    I have to admit I was a bit skeptical but I figured I would give it a try. Although my intended use for this is not specifically what it was designed for. I am using it as a prop for television and independent film. It will be shone on the actors faces to simulate them watching television. I had my girlfriend go up to my sons room and do a test to see how authentic it looked through the closed curtains. She set it on top of his TV. Then to test it she turned on one of the items. I had to guess which it was, the TV or the Fake TV. I couldn't tell the difference. When we compared it to the larger TV in the living room it did not shine bright enough to fool me. It works well in smaller rooms to represent a smaller TV. All in all I rate it at a 4star. If it was a bit brighter I would have given it a 5.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fake TV Works Great, October 4, 2010
    The Fake TV really works well. It is very small, but puts out TV simulated light. It really looks like the TV is on from the outside of the house.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Operates Fine, August 20, 2010
    The fake TV Burglar Deterrent operates as advertised, but isn't quite as bright as I expected. I moved it closer to a window (out of sight of course)and it looks more believable when viewed from the street.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Kept My House From Being Broke Into, September 16, 2010
    I bought a Fake TV last year when we went to Florida for the winter. I also bought/installed 2 Barking Rex motion sensor alarms and installed 4 electronic light timers. The Fake TV I set up on an electronic timer.

    We live on a private road with several summer cottages. While in Florida the neighor across the road (full time resident) and the one next door (summer cottage) got broke into. Our house was not bothered! When our neighbor came to check on our house he said the Barking Rex scared the crap out of him. I credit my passive security measures as keeping us from becoming a victim too.

    The Fake TV and 1 Barking Rex was passed on to my son. So this year I bought 2 Fake TVs and 2 more Barking Rex alarms while we take an extended vacation. The new Fake TV now has a timer installed, new and improved. It can be on full time, come on at dark and stay on for either 4 hours or 7 hours. There is no need to hook it into a timer. Nice touch.

    As a retired police officer I strongly recommend this to anyone that wants to imrove the impression someone is home. Set it up as instructions indicate to get the best benefit. Add Barking Rex and some light timers and only your neighbors will know you are not home. We are trying to keep the stranger from breaking in, we trust our neighbors. The stranger will see the lights coming on and going off, see the Fake TV lights in the window, and if they approach the doors hear a dog barking at them. Enough to make them move on to a different house.


    5-0 out of 5 stars Fake TV a real great idea., October 15, 2010
    Thank you for your product. It puts my mind at ease knowing it gives the appearance of someone being home watching TV. Thanks again. Satisfied customer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works!, October 11, 2010
    It really works as the other reviewers stated. Even when I first enter the house, it looks like the tv is on.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Delivers the Goods, November 21, 2010
    This product is definitely worth the money. It does exactly what the advertising says it will do. Assuming you don't need sound, it's a far superior solution at $29. to using a real TV to create the impression someone is home. It consumes less energy than a real TV & if it burns out, well it costs $29. - waaay cheaper than an LCD panel.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fake TV, November 15, 2010
    The product arrived on time and in good condition. It works extremely well and definitely gives the illusion that the TV is on ( I guess it is up to the would-be criminal to assume that someone is watching TV). I continue to recommend to my friends and family. I have purchased 2 in the last 9 months. ... Read more


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