Just ahead of Google’s October “Big Deal Days” Prime Day sale, multiple Nest products are on sale, some back to all-time low prices. The easy-to-install Nest Doorbell (Battery) and Nest Cam Outdoor have particularly steep discounts of $60, letting you grab them for just $120 each (33 percent off). Meanwhile, the Nest Security Cam indoor is also on sale for $70 (30 percent off), one of the steepest discounts we’ve seen.
The Nest Doorbell (Battery) is a popular item because it’s much easier to install than any wired doorbells. As with the cameras, it will send you alerts when you have a visitor and you can chat with them through your phone and the built-in speaker and microphone. Google’s “intelligent alerts” can tell the difference between a visitor, a package being delivered, an animal sighting and more, so you can see if a situation requires your immediate attention. If the regular $180 price has made you pause, it’s now on sale for $120.
You can also pick up the Nest Cam Outdoor for just $120, or $60 off the regular $180 price. That model obviously has a weatherproof design so that you can install it outside your home, along with expanded Night Vision to better spot outdoor intruders. It also packs an internal battery that lets you set it up without the need for an AC plug, providing up to seven months of battery life before a recharge depending on usage.
Other deals are available as well. The Nest Cam indoor is designed to blend in to your home, with a range of colors, built-in stand, wall mount and hinge, and is currently on sale for $70 or 30 percent off the regular price. The sale also includes the Google Nest Doorbell (Wired) and other products — to see everything check here.
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