The Shop page for the window mount does NOT say anything about the actual mounting mechanism, neither on the window side nor how the mount attaches to the camera. (I’ve been rather disappointed with Wyze advert pages and detail pages lately not including necessary details.)
It does not say anything about sticky pads, and I can only find a couple references to people assuming they are sticky. Yeah, it looks like some kids of pad and one assumes they would be sticky. BUT the pics also look like they could be just basic rubber pads. The camera is shown with its base pulled out and positioned in a very particular way as though it is meant to merely lean against the window as though propped up next to the window.
What about the camera side? Does it clip securely onto the camera, or is that part also sticky? I looks like it barely interfaces with the camera rather than providing a durable support. If the camera or the cord are knocked will it just fall off the mount?
yeah, there are two gel adhesives that allow you to place it on the window. they are non replaceable at this point and do not allow for angling of the camera AT ALL. it is strictly a flush fit right to the window.
im not sure why there is a lack of detail but I would be glad to help where I can.
I had the same question, but support was not much help. As per the Wyze support team, “Just like with the Wyze Cam v2, the v3 includes a magnet in its base that allows it to be mounted to steel or iron surfaces. If you want a more secure mount, using the included screw kit can help make sure the Wyze Cam v3 has a solid connection with whatever surface you mount it to.”
I am confused by this reply. I hope to see review videos soon.