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Battery life isn’t bad. I have to recharge mine about every month or two. The come with a charger and use a mini-USB connection to recharge. They mount to a hemispheric magnetic knob so they are easy to take down and put back up, and easy to point.Bitter Clinger wrote: ↑Mon Dec 17, 2018 6:16 pmHow is battery life with the Arlo outdoor cameras?philip964 wrote: ↑Mon Dec 17, 2018 6:10 pmArlo allows up to 5 free cameras. I have those and use 5 for out doors only.
Amazon allows up to 3 free cameras. Those are inside only. I use 3. Their resolution is almost as good as the Arlo indoor cameras, but capture the action just as it happens, Arlos seem to miss the first second or two. I like them better indoors.
I’m getting a new Honeywell 1080p WiFi camera that needs power. Not sure how many I will get free.
When I say free, that is the subscription charge. Many companies charge for the first camera. Blink or Ring may be one of those. The popular doorbell one I think charges for the first ones.
The Arlo outdoor cameras are completely wireless and are very easy to relocate, which I have done many times.
I think all of them I have work with Alexa. I just haven’t set them up yet that way.
I’m getting an Alexa Fire TV box for Christmas, I’ll let you know if that’s all it’s suppose to be.
I use Arlo II cameras and base station at my house. Here is the system I use, and it is expandable up to 5 or 6 cameras: https://www.amazon.com/Arlo-Netgear-Sec ... arlo+pro+2