Eufy’s 5-piece Home Alarm Kit has all the basics of a DIY home security system. It’s cheaper than most of its competitors and doesn’t charge every month for monitoring. You can add smart home devices, extra sensors, and a Eufy 2K camera to your system (more on that below).
But again, Eufy’s self-monitored system could be a dealbreaker for some. Its competitors may cost more monthly, but those monitoring fees retain a staff of professionals at the ready to help you in an emergency.
Whether it’s the 5-piece Home Alarm Kit or a 2K camera, Eufy doesn’t require contracts for any of its products. So you won’t have to deal with monthly payments, cancellation fees, or any of the other fine print that comes with other security equipment.
If you decide to return your Eufy equipment, make sure you do it within 30 days of purchasing for a refund. You’ll need to include all the devices and original packaging for your refund to be accepted.
Eufy products are available across the web and in different stores like Best Buy and Target. If you purchase from an authorized Eufy retailer, the warranty and refund policies still apply. But, to process a warranty, you’ll need to go through Eufy directly.
You can get the full details on refunds, warranties, and returns on Eufy’s refund policy page.
Eufy’s main security system is the 5-piece Home Alarm Kit, but the company has a suite of advanced indoor and outdoor cameras as well as smart home accessories. We’ve got the rundown on each part of the Home Alarm Kit and cameras.