Lilexo Helps Homeowners Keep Burglars Out This Holiday Season With Small Security Camera

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Lilexo recently announced the launch of a small, WiFi-enabled camera aimed at helping improve home security. With the holiday season fast approaching, a number of homeowners are preparing to travel to spend the festive season with their families. This also means that they will be leaving their homes empty, thereby necessitating the use of some sort of security system to keep their homes safe.

The biggest concern one may have is the possibility of criminals breaking into one’s home while they are on holiday. Burglars have been known to lie in wait and watch to determine when a house may be empty and, with many people traveling during the holiday season, criminals are guaranteed to be looking to break in. Criminals are also often aware of the limitations of traditional security cameras. Standard security cameras tend to have blind spots that intruders have been known to abuse to enter unseen. Lilexo’s portable mini WiFi camera can either eliminate or reduce the number of blind spots around one’s house since, unlike traditional cameras, they can be placed almost anywhere.

Placing small cameras in all the places a traditional security camera is unable to reach makes it so one can constantly monitor their entire house at all times. The small security cameras can be conveniently placed almost anywhere, and they come with high capacity batteries which ensure that they will continue recording even if the power is out. “The safety of your loved ones is your top priority,” says Lilexo, “but locks, frequent phone calls, and alarms aren’t always enough to keep them safe. Enhance your security and watch over family, pets and prized possessions via the Mini WIFI Camera by Lilexo.”

The lightweight camera features high-performance capabilities, producing crisp, clear images which allow one to capture a scene in very high definition. The camera also offers live streaming, motion sensors, a 150-degree viewing angle and a smartphone app that makes home security more accessible no matter where the homeowner is. The device usually uses WiFi but will automatically record on an internal MicroSD card when nearby networks are down.

Criminals often choose to strike at night when it is harder to see them. Lilexo’s new mini home camera is designed with this possibility in mind and so come equipped with night vision. “Night is prime time for crime,” Lilexo says, “but the super night vision covert video camera keeps darkness from concealing any questionable activity. Invisible IR lights power on automatically in low light, capturing action up to 26 feet away!”

One of the camera’s greatest advantages is the high level of portability it offers. Its wireless nature means there is no need to place it near an outlet. It comes with a long-lasting battery that can keep the camera running for up to five hours, and a MicroSD card (to be purchased separately) makes it so the camera is able to record in many adverse circumstances, such as power loss.

A number of clients have purchased the camera and found themselves greatly pleased with the home security upgrade it offers. “Super cool little cam,” says Eileen in a five star Amazon review. “It took me about 10 minutes to set this up after I charged it. It's now connected to my WiFi and is running. I replaced my other puppy nanny cam with this one. I am pretty satisfied. The picture quality is pretty good and, with the free cloud service, I get three days of recorded surveillance. You have to pay for more than that. I love that I can see what my pet is up to anytime of the day. I can even hear what's going on. The motion detection and night cam are some really great features of this small camera. Good buy, I may buy more. I want another camera in the driveway window to watch the cars.”

Lilexo is a company that specializes in producing high-quality products at very competitive prices and takes pride in constantly looking for ways to improve their products and help their numerous clients achieve the best results possible while making the most out of the items they purchase. “We firmly believe we’re never finished with serving our customers, and we are dedicated to making our customers happy,” the company says. “We believe our customers deserve the best. That’s why we work hard to provide quality, engaging content, valuable info, user tips, guides and more!”

Found out more about the company at http://www.lilexo.com. Interested parties may also view their Amazon page to learn more.

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For more information about Lilexo, contact the company here:

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contact@lilexo.com

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