Safeguard your home with this advanced security cam


Score this smart security camera on sale now.
Protect your home or business with a security camera that's smarter than usual.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Smart home and office security hardware is advancing quickly. The Ola Smart Security Camera comes packed with features that make it easier to keep your home or office safe. And right now, you can get one Ola for $189.99 (regularly $200) or three for $399.99 (regularly $499.99).

Smart security cams

Ola is almost like having a little security guard that never sleeps. Like any security camera, it records whatever you point it at. Unlike most security cameras, it also responds to alarms, the sound of broken glass — even your voice.

You can set up emergency alerts for unusual sounds like shattered windows or other signs of a break-in. If you or someone at home feels unsafe, they can talk directly into the camera, too.

Ola’s two-way audio system lets you talk to it — and it can talk back to you. It will even alert you if a child is crying or a grandparent has fallen. Automating alerts during dangerous situations like these can save a life.

In terms of little conveniences, Ola can do a lot. It will notify you when a delivery person drops off a package (and if some creep comes along and steals something from your porch).

If you want to know whether something was delivered, or if anyone was in your home, just ask. Smart features like these helped Ola become one of Kickstarter’s biggest success stories.

Save on Ola Smart Security Cameras

Talk to your security system and actually get an answer. For a limited time, you can get one or three Ola Smart Security Camera(s) on sale for $189.99 (regularly $200) or $399 (regularly $499).

Prices subject to change.


Daily round-ups or a weekly refresher, straight from Cult of Mac to your inbox.

  • The Weekender

    The week's best Apple news, reviews and how-tos from Cult of Mac, every Saturday morning. Our readers say: "Thank you guys for always posting cool stuff" -- Vaughn Nevins. "Very informative" -- Kenly Xavier.