Best Buy Best Buy Labour Day Sale: ASUS VivoBook 15.6" Laptop $650, Blink XT2 Smart Security Camera $100, Lenovo Smart Clock $70 + More Labour Day Sale! Blink Smart Camera $100 + More!

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Spend your long weekend shopping at Best Buy, because their Labour Day Sale is on now and you'll find deals on must-have tech including smart home products, gaming bundles, computer peripherals and more!

You can also view their 61-page flyer for the sale here on RedFlagDeals and we've listed a handful of top deals you'll find throughout the week.

Appliances and Kitchen

Computers and Tablets

Home Theatre and Audio

Kids and Baby

Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

Televisions

Video Games

Wearables

The Best Buy Labour Day Sale is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) from August 30 to September 5. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • MrTickle wrote: lowest ever for these new models.
      Cheaper alternatives available but with a 2 year battery and made for outdoors this is more of an Arlo competitor than a Wyze competitor. This comes to ~$70-80 per camera + the base.



      Different discounts depending on the bundle selected

      https://www.amazon.ca/All-new-Blink-Out ... 07M5HX8Q8/
      I had the first gen blink outdoor. Works great
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    • I have a mixture of both and yes works great.
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    • Are you getting anywhere close to the 2-year battery estimate? The estimate is based on the 53,870 seconds of recording, which only works out to 15 hrs. of recording. So for a busy area where the camera is recording frequently (like front of the house), what's the real world performance in terms of battery life?
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    • XT2 only been out for like 3 months.
      No one knows how long battery will last.
      Also depends on how sensitive you set the camera and the zone. So far, everything seems ok

      Day time video is great
      Night time is just "ok" can't see license plate, you just see one white rectangle
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    • So it will always be separate from Ring eco system despite being owned by amazon?
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    • ykhehra1 wrote: So it will always be separate from Ring eco system despite being owned by amazon?
      Yes, separate app
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    • Does this play well with Google Home?
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    • Would Best Buy price match?
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    • rvs007 wrote: Are you getting anywhere close to the 2-year battery estimate? The estimate is based on the 53,870 seconds of recording, which only works out to 15 hrs. of recording. So for a busy area where the camera is recording frequently (like front of the house), what's the real world performance in terms of battery life?
      It's motion recording, you don't aim this camera at the street. It's probably 5-8 months, all depends on how much people are going in and out.
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    • Jimboski wrote: It's motion recording, you don't aim this camera at the street. It's probably 5-8 months, all depends on how much people are going in and out.
      So not that great to use as a security camera to cover the front of the house then...
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    • rvs007 wrote: So not that great to use as a security camera to cover the front of the house then...
      Not sure what you're asking for, this is completely wireless. There's no way any camera can run for months if it's not directly connected to a power source. It's motion detecting, so if someone moves within it's range it'll start recording and uploaded to the app which you can access on your phone, i don't know why anyone needs to record their street with constant cars going in and out.

      If you're willing to run wires to all the security cams then getting one with local storage and 24/7 recording is the obvious choice.
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    • Jimboski wrote: Not sure what you're asking for, this is completely wireless. There's no way any camera can run for months if it's not directly connected to a power source. It's motion detecting, so if someone moves within it's range it'll start recording and uploaded to the app which you can access on your phone, i don't know why anyone needs to record their street with constant cars going in and out.

      If you're willing to run wires to all the security cams then getting one with local storage and 24/7 recording is the obvious choice.
      I guess I’m just thinking of having a camera to capture the front of the house in case of suspicious activities.

      I have a xiaomi xiaofang cam behind the window capturing the front and when one time an Amazon delivery driver backed his truck into my basketball net and planter on the driveway, I was able to claim damages with the footage captured with that camera with Amazon. That’s why I’m asking. The xiaofang camera doesn’t capture at night because the IR reflects off the window. So I want to look for a camera that can be mounted on the outside.
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    • rvs007 wrote: I guess I’m just thinking of having a camera to capture the front of the house in case of suspicious activities.

      I have a xiaomi xiaofang cam behind the window capturing the front and when one time an Amazon delivery driver backed his truck into my basketball net and planter on the driveway, I was able to claim damages with the footage captured with that camera with Amazon. That’s why I’m asking. The xiaofang camera doesn’t capture at night because the IR reflects off the window. So I want to look for a camera that can be mounted on the outside.
      We have this posted out front of our house, but it definitely gets triggered quite a bit (I doubt I'll get 2 years battery, but at least they're replaceable). We have a mutual drive and there's a bit of coming and going from our neighbour that inevitably gets picked up. My guess is the 2 year claim is best case scenario for a few motion events per day.

      It's a great camera and should work for you out front - you can customize the motion areas, quite precisely, to remove a lot of the "noise" so to speak.
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    • Can you view live-stream via the app or do you need Alexa to do that?
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    • Dragon120 wrote: Can you view live-stream via the app or do you need Alexa to do that?
      It works via the app.
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    • Great I was looking to expand my Arlo pro but too expensive. Xt2 seems to be affortable, go two. Thanks OP
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    • Jimboski wrote: Not sure what you're asking for, this is completely wireless. There's no way any camera can run for months if it's not directly connected to a power source. It's motion detecting, so if someone moves within it's range it'll start recording and uploaded to the app which you can access on your phone, i don't know why anyone needs to record their street with constant cars going in and out.

      If you're willing to run wires to all the security cams then getting one with local storage and 24/7 recording is the obvious choice.
      It's not that someone will be recording 24/7, I think they meant the motion detection. I have Wyzecam and its constantly picking up movement. Flowers blowing, branches blowing. At night, car lights cause motion and it records it. This is set to absolute lowest sensitivity as well. Gets kinda annoying since I look at the events and see random crap all the time. But I guess random crap is better than missing something.

      I doubt this camera will run much longer on battery compared to competitors.
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    • hssironman wrote: Does this play well with Google Home?
      I'm wondering this also. We are all Google Home.
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    • I guess no Smartthings integration?
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