iPM 360 Degree 1080p Wireless IP Camera

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iPM 360 Degree 1080p Wireless IP Camera
Price: $39.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Tuesday, Jul 24 to Friday, Jul 27) + transit
Condition: New

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Do not buy these. They dont work as described. The video does not store on the SD card (not provided) and i am unable to find support or a website anywhere. A waste of money.

Here is a link to the iPM website. They don’t have a lot of options for contacting them, but they are a division of CAY Trading, so you might have better luck reaching out to them directly.

Also, regarding storage, per the specs you need to use a 128 GB MicroSD card.

Their official video setting up the camera they open the wrong app? Because of that alone, I’m not buying it lol.

Oh my god, I thought that that was just a posting error on Woot’s part. That really is their official video on their YouTube channel. I literally thought it was a highschooler showing off their new toy during free period.

This Cam a real POS – impossible to set up, android only, no web access, no access from PC or Mac app
nice video at 1080 – but if you can’t see it in a web browser – useless

Absolute junk.

Everything’s done via an app. But they don’t give you the NAME of the app. They give you a QR code, which launches a browser that tries to connect to a dddns.org address (seriously?), and it never connects.

Worst Woot purchase I’ve ever made, by far. Without the app, the cameras are just ballast.

I’ve been shopping with Woot for many many years, and I’ve never felt ripped off before.

Update: found the app. (For iOS, it’s called IPM360.)

Bad news: it’s terrible. I can’t get the camera connected to WiFi because (A) it thinks spaces are invalid characters for a WiFi password, and (B) it does not work if you have both a 2.4 GHz and a 5 GHz network with the same SSID. (So if you have a mesh system, well, you’re out of luck.)

Someone should tell these imbeciles that it’s 2018, and it might be a good time for them to actually start supporting the WiFi standard.

I’m returning this terrible product.