Peace of mind: an adaptable home security camera at an affordable price

The XC Security Camera allows you to keep tabs on your home through your phone.

You simply can’t put a price on your peace of mind. That peace starts with safety, first and foremost in your home: whether it’s a house out in the country or an apartment on a busy city street.

The Bosma XC Security Camera, currently 26 percent off at just $43.99, allows you to monitor your home through your phone with 360 degree panning, motion and sound detection, HD video and Alexa compatibility. Or, you can opt for the XC Security Camera with Hub + 2 Door Sensors for just $56.99.

Simply put, this camera bolsters your home security, and if anything did happen to your home, this camera could help bring whoever committed a crime against you to justice. The camera has night vision and records everything transpiring, even if it’s near pitch black.

When something triggers the XC camera’s motion and sound detection, you will get an immediate alert on your phone. Not to mention, you can strike fear into any potential intruders with a 90-decibel built-in siren.

This type of innovative security is not just a “want” for you and your loved ones. It’s a need.

You can see the live video from anywhere (inside the home or on vacation in Hawaii) with quality 1080p resolution and instantly record. If you’d like, you can store the footage you capture with expandable microSD card local storage of up to 128GB (sold separately).

Or, if you’re on a business trip and are missing your kids, you can have a quick conversation through the camera using the two-way audio feature.

According to one study from UNC Charlotte that polled former burglars (cited on the Protect Your Home website), 60 percent of convicted burglars would scan for cameras before entering a property, and of those, 40% said that a camera was enough motivation to bail and try for another target.

The math is simple. Spend a little money now to make your home a safer place long-term.

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