Reolink Go 1080p Outdoor Mobile Security Camera | 3G/4G LTE Connectivity, Rechargeable Battery/Solar-Powered, Starlight Night Vision, PIR Motion Sensor, Local/Cloud Storage

Rated 4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$289.99

Description

reolink

No WiFi? No Power Outlets?

Reolink Go Works, Anywhere, Anytime

Reolink Go, a 100% wire-free mobile HD security camera, operates on 4G-LTE and 3G networks. An ideal video monitoring solution with no cords, no wiring hassles, when in areas with limited or no WiFi access, no electrical power source!

Portable and weatherproof! Install or take Reolink Go just about anywhere, indoors and outdoors. In your vacation home, construction site, campsite, in the wild, etc.

* Needs a micro SIM card and cellular data plan before using.

Recommended carrier:

T-Mobile, Freedompop, US Mobile (T-Mobile service ONLY), Ting, Cricket, Mint, Metro PCS, Tracfone (T-Mobile service ONLY)

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Additional information

cellular

4G-LTE

3 reviews for Reolink Go 1080p Outdoor Mobile Security Camera | 3G/4G LTE Connectivity, Rechargeable Battery/Solar-Powered, Starlight Night Vision, PIR Motion Sensor, Local/Cloud Storage

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Armand Lucas

    I’m giving the Reolink Go 5 stars with some caveats to the fact that it is a more affordable cellular security camera than the Arlo Go in which I happen to love as well. I also like the fact that with the Reolink, you can choose your cellular provider and buy your own SIM card. This way you control how much you want to spend on cellular service. Also, not all locations give you a great cellular connection with particular providers. It’s always best to test the area the camera is going to be placed with your own mobile phone to see if you get a very good cellular signal. If not, try a buddy’s phone which has another provider. I would hate for someone to purchase an Arlo Go with the AT&T cellular service and find that the location they are installing the camera has terrible AT&T cellular connection.
    Video wise, I get a smooth streaming video which I provided as an example as well as 3 months of free Cloud service just in case something happens to the camera.
    I’ve also installed the solar panel and the camera’s battery always show 100%.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Samantha Givens

    I thought the video example could have been fake since it looked too good to have gone over a sim card connection but I was impressed with the video I was able to get on my camera once I had it set up to overlook our storage container. It picks up any one walking near the container and I can say something to them through the phone. Sometimes the connection takes a couple of tries when I’m just checking in but I can’t complain too much since I can play back video from the camera because I put an SD card for playback and I can get an instant playback from the free cloud service.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Phillipe Dimarco

    I picked up 3 cameras to cover 2 properties that we are rehabbing but we don’t have electricity which means we also don’t have an Internet connection. Being able to watch the building getting worked on. The cameras do a pretty good job of showing video at night and picks up heat from bodies pretty well even though sometimes it’s just deer.

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