Keep watch while away with this $110 four-pack of Yi Home Cameras

Update: You can also grab a single camera (opens in new tab) for just $29 with coupon code DTZR9KOE.

For a limited time, you can grab a 4-pack of Yi Home Cameras from Amazon for just $110 (opens in new tab) when you enter promo code EKI9JCDR at checkout to save $30. That brings their price down to $27.50 each which beats our previous mention of $29 for just one.

This wireless camera records in 720p and has a built-in microphone and speaker so you can speak back and forth with someone by using the YI Home app which is not only available for smartphones but Windows and Mac computers as well, allowing you to always have a way to keep an eye on your home.

You can also customize the camera's features using the app, with options to define what areas to watch, how sensitive the motion sensor is and which areas shouldn't be activated by it. You can even set up activity alerts so that you get notifications whenever motion is detected.

A MicroSD card (opens in new tab) is required to store your footage, with 8GB cards having the capacity to store 18 hours of footage. Once the card is full, the first hour of footage will be deleted and the recording will continue. This product can only support up to a 32GB card, which would suggest a recording capacity of 72 hours. If you need one, this Samsung MicroSD with 32GB is just $12.99 (opens in new tab).

See at Amazon (opens in new tab)

More from Thrifter

For more great deals be sure to check out our friends at Thrifter now!

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
  • I ordered one of these to check out.
  • Don't order one. Their privacy policy from a Chinese company... Is rediculous. It wants access to all your information... That is should not need. Buyer beware.
  • I'm not worried about that, it won't have access to nothing but an empty account and the view from my front door. But thanks for your concern...
  • If it has a microphone, that could be concerning. As well as access to your normal network. Should be fine without a microphone, and without access to your normal network. I'd be concerned if this has bad security as I've heard is common with cheaper webcams. I'd be more inclined to get a RPI ZeroW for $10, add the webcam for $15ish and an SD card with MotionOS. Similarish cost, more flexibility, less worry about hardcoded usernames/ports.
  • Read the reviews in Amazon before purchasing. Yikes!
  • ... and I thought Android Central was all about keeping your privacy and security secured. So much for that.
  • I have one of these and have been really happy with it.
  • Big brother - I see you
  • Wow, embedded tracking to log your other web browsing, and using your login credentials with personally identifiable information including your name and photos. Yeah, I'll pass on this one.
  • All these companies coming out with these cheap cameras. They make all their money by some sneaky app that steals all your private data and sell it...
  • Still doesn't beat an RPi Zero W with camera and MotionOS.
  • I don't understand why some peoples are thinking that all Chinese company are bad or scammy. Personally I am using TT520PW-PRO hidden camera and still, I didn't get any issue. As mr.rkhaudio said it won't have access to anything but an empty account. I don't think we should be getting any conclusion without concerning other matters.