This Weatherproof Home Security Camera Somehow Has 2-Year Battery Life

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Now that fall is officially here and rainy season is on its way, making sure you have a waterproof security camera for the season ahead is key. Boy Genius Report has found an awesome model on Amazon that also comes with a seriously impressive battery life as well. Find out more from BGR and shop below:

From BGR:
Looking for a cord-free home security camera that you can put anywhere you want, inside or out, and then not have to worry about for two years? Of course you do, and the Blink XT Home Security Camera System is exactly what you need. We love Alro wireless home security cameras but having to recharge them every 2-3 months is a pain. Meanwhile, Blink XT cameras go for about 2 years without any fuss. You can get 1, 2, 3, or 5-camera kits that come with a hub, and then you can get single add-on cameras separately when it’s time to expand.

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Blink XT Security Camera

Each camera is powered by two regular old AA batteries, and they last for a whopping two years on average before you need to change them. Similar cameras typically last for three or four months at most! The 1-camera Blink XT package costs just $129, and there are packages with up to 5 cameras available as well. Then once you’re set up, you can always add on individual cameras whenever you need to.

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