|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||BXDV28|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Bulerⓡ brand LCD Door Peephole Viewer Camera and Monitor
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- Low light sensitivity camera will work even in dim areas
- Outside camera looks like a normal peephole viewer . Easy 5 min. installation. New power saving design gives up to 1,000 views on two AA batteries
- Camera has a wider lens to be able to see more outside your door
- Larger 2.8" LCD screen with expanded viewing angle
- Please note: Screen stays on for only 3 seconds or as long as you have button pressed. Just keep button pressed as long as you would like to see the camera
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Top Customer Reviews
My original 1/2 inch hole had to be made a little larger to fit the new peephole. I used a uni-bit to shave the hole a fraction larger. I mounted the outside camera peephole part first, and adjusted the peephole camera until the picture was level with horizon. I then completed mounting the inside monitor to the door. The entire project took me about 1/2 hour because I knew ahead of time that I needed to shave the hole a little larger. I was prepared with the drill and uni-bit.
Visitors are well visible in the screen. The unit is installed indoors.
Something that is not mentioned in the product description is that the shaft of the viewer lens that connects to the device is adjustable and will accomodate thick doors (it's a screwable part). They even provide 2 adjustable shafts - 2 thumbs up!
My 2 negative notes are:
- The instruction sheet is all pictograms and does not give certain key details such as the drill bit size to use for drilling the whole in the door.
- The battery compartment cover looksflimsy. You can actually see it bend because of the underlying batteries pushing against it. If this cover breaks I don't think it will be possible to operate the device.
My Mom and my kids can now see who is at the door before they open the door to strangers
It has a very clear picture and look like it belongs on my door . Very good looking inside the door and from the outside you cant tell its a camera. Looks like a regular peephole.
I installed it myself in less then 10 min.
I was curious and checked out other similar units on amazon like this and found none of them looked as good as the one I got. I dont know how well other door viewers work but I can say this unit looks and works great.
I would recomend it.
**UPDATE----I saw on Amazon that the product had a one year mfg warranty. So I dug the packaging out of the trash, and called their customer service department. I had to leave a message, but they called me back quickly. After asking me a few questions, they asked me to send it back for repair or replacement with a UPS return label that they emailed to me.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It dose not work. By the time I installed and tried it, as per policy, it was too late for return. If you buy it, try it immediately to avoid costly mistake of getting stuck with... Read morePublished 6 days ago by HKHK
connection between the camera unit and the peep hole was severed. Instructions need improving. Sent unit back.Published 3 months ago by Jim
Nice little camera to peek through your door and see who's ringing the doorbell. It's not super high tech but gets the job done. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ronnie G
I find it hare to see the ID of the face presented. Not working now -- I hope it's just the battery, which lasted only two days.Published 7 months ago by Louis P White
The product broke during installation. The adhesive used to attach the micro camera to the backside of the lens simply failed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by just another amazon customer
Reviews are correct....battery life does not last ....I have used my less than 6 times and battery is weak already
Very hard to get final mounting screw in with my... Read more
The connection to the monitors circuit board and ribbon is very delicate. We broke the first one attempting to connect it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert Hansen