The home security industry has come a long way since its humble inception, making it possible to keep eyes on every inch of your home without having to spend an exorbitant amount of money on a set of ugly and intrusive cameras.
This iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Security Camera, however, takes home security convenience to an entirely new level, and it’s currently available for 65% off at just $44.99.
Whether you’re looking to keep all of your prized possessions safe or easily check in with your pet while you’re at work, this discrete and powerful security camera has you covered.
You’ll be able to stream panoramic views of your space directly to your smartphone regardless of where you are; and, since the feed is entirely encrypted from start to finish, you won’t have to worry about prying eyes keeping tabs on you and your loved ones.
You can even rotate the camera from afar using your smartphone in order to get that perfect angle—even if you’re away from home.
Protect yourself and your belongings with an iPM World 360-Degree 1080p Wireless IP Security Camera for just $44.99—65% off its usual price for a limited time.
Prices are subject to change.
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