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Let’s face it: the world can be a dangerous place. You know at least one person who’s had their car or home is broken into, and it’s just not practical to constantly worry whether it’ll happen to you. You’re an especially prime target for theft and burglary when you take a vacation, and who wants to have to worry about their apartment being ransacked while sunbathing on the beaches of Tulum?

The EPEX WiFi Camera is the perfect home security solution for the person who never thought they could afford home security. Whether you’re backpacking across Europe for weeks at a time or just sitting at work and wondering if you remembered to lock the door when you left, the EPEX can help you feel more secure.  Read more…

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