See who really is there with Eufy's 1080p video doorbell on sale for $80 today only

Eufy 1080p Doorbell
Eufy 1080p Doorbell

Ever find yourself sitting on the couch, hearing the doorbell ring and thinking "I hope it's not that important because I'm not getting up"? Well, now you can continue to live that life while still actually seeing who's at the door! Grab Eufy Security's 1080p video doorbell and Chime on sale for $79.99 today only. This deal is part of Amazon's deals of the day, which is why it's temporary. It's also one of the best prices we've ever seen since the video doorbell normally goes for around $120. It's actually $5 better than the last deal we shared.

While Eufy has made several generations of video doorbell at this point, today's sale is on one of Eufy's newest products. It was just released near the end of last year and hasn't had many great opportunities for a deal like this. It was selling for as much as $130 at the beginning of the year. While this version, the one in white, hasn't gone on sale, the black version has actually, but it has only ever matched this low not beaten it. Plus, the white one is normally much more expensive, so there's extra value in seeing it hit this price.

With 1080p resolution, you can clearly see whoever has come up to your door. It has a 4:3 aspect ratio and great color accuracy for clear video that shows your guests from head to toe. It also has some advanced features like two-way audio and motion detection. This is a battery-powered doorbell and it works with the Wi-Fi Chime to create a low-power connection for 120 days of coverage.

Eufy doesn't require any subscriptions or hidden fees. Once you pay for the doorbell that's all you have to pay for. If you want to store your data, you can do so locally using a microSD card instead of paying for some cloud service or something like that. The microSD card goes in the Chime so it's inside the house, and the data is secured with advanced encryption. If you need a card, the largest the doorbell supports is a 128GB card, which you can get for less than $20 on Amazon.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.