Eufy’s 2K Video Doorbell Features Stunning Video Clarity, Lens Correction, HDR And More For Just $111 [Originally $160]

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The Eufy brand is one that is steadily becoming one of the biggest in the game, so we didn’t have any hesitation in sharing this deal when we heard about it. The smart video doorbell market has gown in recent years, and right now you can pick up Eufy’s offering for an absolute bargain price.

The Eufy Security WiFi 2K Video Doorbell normally sells for around $160, and we haven’t seen it fall much below that recently. But if you enter the special discount code when checking out that price alls to just $111.99, making this one of the bargains of the week.

Buy: Eufy Security WiFi 2K Video Doorbell from Amazon: $111.99 with code SECTDRB2 | Original price: $160

A crystal-clear 2K image: high definition 2560 x 1920 resolution, combined with our advanced HDR and distortion correction, ensures video is recorded in 2x the quality.
No hidden costs: designed to protect your home as well as your wallet, Eufy security products are one-time purchases that combine security with convenience.

The price isn’t all this doorbell has going for it, though. With support for HDR and a very reasonable resolution of 2560 x 1920, you’re always going to get the best image. There’s distortion correction thrown in as well, so none of those fisheye views we’ve seen from other products in this market.

Like all the best video doorbells you’ll receive alerts when someone is near your doorbell, and there’s support for two-way chat if you want to go that route rather than answering the door instead. The whole package is weather-resistant as you would expect, and all in this is one of the most complete packages we’ve seen. It’s quite the looker, too.

We’re absolutely fans of Eufy’s products and we see no reason why this product would be any different.

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