One used V2. Delivered.
Seller asserts that camera is FULLY FUNCTIONAL (no known physical defects) but the sale is AS-IS, no guarantees or returns, no hard feelings.
Shipping via USPS First Class Package. Price in US Dollars.
“I’ll take it off your hands.”
You hear this occasionally (maybe even rising to “frequently”) on the boards, as a whole or partial response to product criticism/complaint. Which is fine. Who am I to judge?
I am but a tool of market forces. Like you. And you. And you.
Note: This is not an offer to buy or sell anything.
It is simple price discovery.
You can’t leave home without it.
New one has one year warranty.
Big point. And in my experience, Wyze has been quite fair in honoring it.
For value reference, Amazon offers 1 year of additional warranty on the Wyze Cam V2 for $2, appx 8% of the new purchase price of $26 delivered.
If you want to have your clips made accessible in the cloud for a longer period of time, you’ll have to pay a subscription fee, typically between $5 and $10 per month.
I must admit, I haven’t used the Complete Motion Capture (CMC) service, the 12-sec cloud clips in combo with the SD card playback suffice for me.
They offer a 14-Day Free Trial which is always nice:
Sign up for a free, 14-day trial of Complete Motion Capture in the Wyze app or at Wyze. com No fees, no billing info required, just an easy way to see what CMC is all about. (Psst! It’s about videos that don’t cut off after 12 seconds.) If CMC isn’t for you, there’s no action required on your part.
But your point was that neither the 12-sec clips nor the longer CMC footage are stored in the cloud longer than 14 days, yeah? Does Wyze offer to keep your footage online for an extra fee? Or is the $5-10 you mentioned a different platform’s service?
Would you consider buying a used Wyze Cam if the price was low enough?
Don’t look at eBay before voting, now.
Some of their prices are obscene!
4.8 cumulative Product Rating, though. Quite well-liked.