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The LizaTech HD Doorbell Camera offers an affordable alternative to Ring.
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Home security systems have come a long way since their humble inception, and it's now completely possible to rig a series of HD cameras throughout your home on a modest budget. But even the most expansive home security system is virtually meaningless if you don't know who's coming to your door. This LizaTech HD Doorbell Camera offers a more reliable (and far more affordable) way to keep tabs on your home than the leading door cams, and while it's normally $200, you can get it for $128 with code WEEKEND15 at checkout.

After a simple installation, this discrete-yet-powerful doorbell camera will allow you to view and interact with anyone who comes to your door.

You'll be able to stream both video and audio directly from the HD interface to your smartphone regardless of where you are, and six infrared LEDs provide stunningly clear night vision at distances of up to six meters.

There's also a comprehensive 166-degree viewing angle, and since the design features circuitry that utilizes low power consumption, you won't have to worry about draining your bank account on batteries in order to protect your home.

Keep an eye on everyone from potential intruders to delivery personnel with this LizaTech HD Doorbell Camera for just $128—35 percent off its usual price with code WEEKEND15 at checkout.

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