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Up your home security with this one-day sale on Arlo Pro 2 camera systems

Arlo Pro 2
Arlo Pro 2 (Image credit: Arlo)

Refurbished Arlo Pro 2 wireless home security camera systems (opens in new tab) are currently discounted in various configurations at Woot. Prices start at $269.99 for the 2-camera kit (opens in new tab) — almost $60 off its current price in new condition at Amazon (opens in new tab) — and savings run as high as $250 for the 5-camera set (opens in new tab) versus its price brand new (opens in new tab). Shipping is free at Woot for Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) members and your purchase is backed by a 90-day warranty.

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Let Arlo's cams keep an eye on your home day or night and score some of their best prices ever in this limited-time sale.

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Arlo Pro 2 1-cam wireless security system

Arlo Pro 2 1-cam wireless security system

$99.99 $120.00 Save $20

With this package you get one wireless security camera with a rechargeable battery and the base station that helps you manage your system even as you add more cameras. They record 1080p video on a 130-degree angle lens.

Arlo Pro 4 3-pack wireless security 2K spotlight cameras

Arlo Pro 4 3-pack wireless security 2K spotlight cameras (opens in new tab)

$449.99 $550.00 Save $100

Two-way audio lets you speak to visitors and respond quickly to notifications. The camera has a 160-degree viewing angle with an integrated spotlight. With no wires, set up is a breeze. Siren can turn away unwanted guests. Works with smart homes.

Arlo AVD1001 Video Doorbell

Arlo AVD1001 Video Doorbell (opens in new tab)

$99.99 $120.00 Save $20

Records video in 1080p with detailed HDR for better image quality. Has a 180-degree viewing angle so you can see everything in front of the door. Includes two-way audio, motion detection, smart alerts, a built-in siren, and even package detection.

Arlo Essential Spotlight wire-free camera

Arlo Essential Spotlight wire-free camera (opens in new tab)

$79.00 $130.00 Save $51

Part of Home Depot's Cyber Savings event, which ends tonight. Wireless camera. Records in 1080p video. Includes color night vision, two-way audio, a battery that lasts six months, and motion detection. Doesn't need a hub. Works with Alexa.

Arlo Q 1080p HD Wi-Fi security camera

Arlo Q 1080p HD Wi-Fi security camera

$79.99 $110.00 Save $30

Always see last 7 days with free cloud storage. This camera records in 1080p video that can be viewed from any mobile device. It also has motion and sound detection, two-way audio, and night vision. Works with Alexa, Google, HomeKit, and more.

Each kit comes with the amount of cameras you need as well as the necessary Base Station to get them up and running. You'll also receive rechargeable batteries and various mounts and other accessories for getting your home covered inside and out. The second-gen Arlo Pro cameras work wirelessly or plugged in to power, are weather-resistant and outfitted with a rechargeable fast-charging battery. Each camera has two-way audio thanks to a built-in mic and speaker, night vision, and you can even hook these cameras up to voice control systems like Alexa, Google Assistant, and even Apple HomeKit. If you have an Alexa device with a screen, like the Echo Show (opens in new tab) or Echo Spot (opens in new tab), you can also use these devices to live stream from the Arlo camera.

Your last 7 days of recordings are backed up by Arlo for free automatically and you can opt to back up your last 30 or 60 days' worth of footage with a monthly subscription (opens in new tab) starting from $2.99. Or you can hook up a storage device (opens in new tab) to save your recordings locally.

If you're already set up with an Arlo system, you can buy add-on cameras (opens in new tab) for just $119.99 — over $30 less than the current price at Amazon (opens in new tab) for a brand new version.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).