Arlo is one of the top home security systems, giving you smartphone-controlled cameras, motion detection, night vision and all with free online video storage for 7 days. It's also a modular system, meaning you can add the bits you want – and with regular deals thanks to Prime Day and Black Friday, Arlo is great for discounts.
Here's a range of savings on all the Arlo devices for Prime Day.
Prime Day US deals on Arlo devices
• Arlo Doorbell, save $29.20, now $57.79 (was $79.99): The Arlo Doorbell integrates with your Arlo system, sending a notification to your phone that you have someone at the door. It can be combined with Arlo cameras for visuals. See this deal
Arlo Prime Day deals UK
• Arlo Pro single camera system, save £120, now £149.99 (was £269.99): This Arlo Pro bundle consists of the hub and the camera. Arlo Pro is waterproof and has rechargeable batteries, so installation indoors or outdoors is easy. Wire-free, HD capable security cameras, with two-way audio, and compatible with Alexa. The hub also contains a siren. This is the single camera version, but you can get it with up to five cameras. See the Arlo Pro (single camera) deal or the Arlo Pro (twin camera) deal
• Arlo twin camera system, save £130, now £179.99 (was £309.99): The original Arlo is the cheapest starting point and this two camera system will get you covered. It offers HD video and uses batteries, making installation easy. It's available with a range of different cameras. See the Arlo deal
• Arlo Q standalone camera, save £64, now £99.99 (was £163.99): The Arlo Q is a standalone camera so you can use it as an indoor security camera or have it as part of a larger Arlo system. It offers 1080p capture and two way audio. It connects via Wi-Fi, but there's also a version offering Ethernet. See the Arlo Q offer on Amazon
It's all compatible with Android or iPhone, with control from browsers too, so it's always easy to tap in and see what's happening at home. You might be lying on a beach, walking home from work or at a friend's house for the evening and you can instantly get alerted to movement and live view the feed from the cameras to see what's happening.
The added bonus is that Arlo also works with Alexa, so you can enable or disable your cameras using voice, as well as use the Echo Show or a Fire tablet to show you a live feed. "Alexa, show me my front door camera": it's as easy as that.