Deal: NETGEAR Arlo Security System & More Up To $150 Off - Prime Day 2018

NETGEAR discounted a broad range of its Arlo-branded home security products as part of Amazon's Prime Day 2018 sale, with the company now offering them at up to $150 off. The largest discount applies to the Arlo Security System which comes with six wireless HD cameras and is now priced at only $399.99, 27-percent down its regular price of $549.99. The white variant of the company's Indoor/Outdoor Mount is now also discounted and will set you back just $13.99 instead of $31.02, thus being 55-percent down. Finally, the firm is offering its Arlo Baby security camera for $19.39, allowing you to save more than $10 per every unit you buy.

Regardless of whether you're only now getting into the home automation game or already have a working setup, NETGEAR's Arlo series can improve the overall security of your household while still being fully compatible with Amazon's Alexa, thus allowing you to control the cameras with just your voice. Coupled with night vision capabilities and free cloud storage, this is a complete home security package that any homeowner should consider, especially given NETGEAR's newly introduced discounts.

The deals themselves are likely to only be live until midnight PST, provided the products don't go out of stock beforehand, so refer to the banners below to take advantage of these excellent offers before it's too late and note that even more tech discounts are going live today by the minute.

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