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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1513944 15-Mar-2016 20:05
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We have a guard cat.





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  Reply # 1513945 15-Mar-2016 20:06
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This thing was installed in our house when we purchased in 2006. It looks like utter junk so I have never bothered to turn it on or work out how to use it!


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1513946 15-Mar-2016 20:07
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My 4 camera security system. All WiFi is 5GHz.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1513956 15-Mar-2016 20:26
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I have 2 TP-Link NC 200 cams ($65 each) with motion detection and email notifications. Works OK (you got 5 pics per motion detection, every 30secs I think) but the free version doesn't include cloud storage, only live streaming...



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1513957 15-Mar-2016 20:28
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System looks very clever.




We just have a normal alarm system.



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1513959 15-Mar-2016 20:30
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Security lights at the front door, and a monitored alarm for when we're out, but currently considering a camera system so this is very much of interest (please).

Things are LookingUp....  A photo from my back yard :-) 

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1513971 15-Mar-2016 20:40
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I don't currently have a video security solution, so this would be great!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1513973 15-Mar-2016 20:41

A motion sensor light and a huge, gruff looking neighbour that spends most of the time in his garage keeping an eye on our place.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1513974 15-Mar-2016 20:45
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We don't currently have anything, unless you count the obviously fake camera out front.




We've been meaning to get something for the last six months or so and this definately looks like a good option.  It's a shame they're only 720p - I'd rather pay a bit more for higher resolution.  I know 720p can be plenty if the photo is good, but if the burglar is not polite enough to give a good shot then I'm worried it isn't enough.




What do you think about posting a more detailed review of CleverLoop, e.g. how you found their motion detection, pets, resolution quality, upload issues in NZ, etc.

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  Reply # 1513976 15-Mar-2016 20:47
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ElCheapo Locally made system that came with the house. A few PIRs dotted here and there. Since it's attached to a phone line and I'm running Naked DSL it is next to useless.

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Reply # 1513980 15-Mar-2016 20:53
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A sticker on the window stating some security company ;-)

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  Reply # 1513981 15-Mar-2016 20:55
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I have an old Paradox system.


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Wannabe Geek
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Reply # 1513986 15-Mar-2016 21:09
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I currently use the pin dagger system. quite unique, and the kids hate it when I ask then turn it on as they leave for school, but forget it's on when they get home.


No one likes to turn it off.



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  Reply # 1513991 15-Mar-2016 21:24
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A dog, a creaky locked door and a door alarm.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1513993 15-Mar-2016 21:28
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Baseball bat and a psychotic cat



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