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Master Geek


# 214679 23-May-2017 17:17
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Arlo Wire Free HD Cameras, part of a set but don't need them all so selling them on as addons to your existing Arlo Setup

Have 2 of them avaliable
$150 + courier depending on location as to where you live (each)

have had them both connected and worked, but will reset back to factory for you

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  # 1787115 23-May-2017 22:04
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Hi,

These are the regular Arlo camera, not the Pro version, yeah?




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  # 1787117 23-May-2017 22:06
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Hi there, yes probably should have mentioned that part sorry, they are the Non Pro Version of the Arlo Wire Free Cameras. Cheers

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1787125 23-May-2017 22:19
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That's a good thing, for me anyway. I've got a single camera original Arlo kit, been thinking about making it more useful.





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  # 1787126 23-May-2017 22:20
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1024kb: That's a good thing, for me anyway. I've got a single camera original Arlo kit, been thinking about making it more useful.

 

would be looking for both of them or just an additional 1?


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  # 1787135 23-May-2017 22:38
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Oh two for sure. I can't ever buy one tech toy when there's two available.

Really depends on how business goes over the next day or
so. I've got one particular prior commitment that a certain young lady would be disappointed if I postponed to purchase cameras.




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  # 1791899 30-May-2017 17:52
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*bump*


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