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Keeping a close eye on your household while you’re at work or on vacation can be a bother. Paying someone to look after your home while you’re away can also be expensive. Installing surveillance or spy cameras and other cool spy gadgets in the house or office is becoming more and more common. With all the burglaries and vandalism seen on the news, you can never be too careful.

On the other hand, hiring professionals to fit your home or office with spy cameras can be expensive. The solution? WiLife’s LukWerks Starter Kit. Although it’s a bit pricy at $299.99 (single camera package), it’s way cheaper than professionally installed surveillance systems. Adding cameras on the package will cost you $229.99 for each camera. A six camera package will total to around $1,500, a cheap price to pay for home security.

As a power line-connected system that uses your AC wiring as networking connection, WiLife’s LukWerks DVSS (Digital Video Surveillance System) uses a personal computer as control for up to six cameras. If you’re looking for an inexpensive and easy to use surveillance system, then the WiLife LukWerks Starter Kit is suited for you.

Setting up and installing spy cameras can be an annoying undertaking. Once you open the box, you’ll be greeted with a number of components and a bunch of wires that seem impossible to put together on your own. This will not be the case with the LukWerks DVSS. WiLife has made an effort to make the installation process as easy as possible for the majority of consumers. All you have to do is read the manual and labels carefully.

When you are familiar with the individual functions of each and every component, the installation will be as easy as baking a cake. Spy cameras and most cool spy gadgets are not really that complicated. All you need is to read and understand instruction manuals and labels. WiLife’s LukWerks Starter Kit, for instance, provide clear and straight to the point instruction manuals along with a camera, two poweroutlet networking modules, and an assortment of wires. You have two options in mounting the camera, a suction mount and a hard mount.

Familiarizing yourself with this starter kit will really make you a surveillance expert in no time.

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