Reviews and Problems with Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master System
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I was thrilled because set-up was reasonably easy, and it worked for the first few months
Amazon Lover 1000, Amazon
5 March 2015
Summary: BUYER BEWARE. I spent $900 to have 2 outdoor cameras for home security. I was thrilled because set-up was reasonably easy, and it worked for the first few months. One day, one of the camera's failed.
WARNING: Logitech has discontinued their video security product line
M. Day, Amazon
5 September 2014
Summary: I purchased the 750n Indoor Master System and several add-on cameras a couple of month's ago. I promptly installed them in vacation home and quickly fell in love the product because of the combination of high quality video and mobile features.
Summary: Logitech appears to be getting out of the security camera business. Their customer support will not stand behind this product if and when it fails. I recently had an experience where I purchased a spare camera, and it did not work when I tried to use it.
Summary: I bought a 700n and two 750e cameras (plus their software) for our house. The first 750e died after a few weeks, and Logitech replaced it. The remaining two cameras (a 700n and a 750e) died after a little over a year; the warrantee is only 1 year, so logitech will not replace it.
Summary: This is a delayed review, I purchased this item last year in May, 2013 I purchased this set (master system + 2 additional cameras) to protect my home because it looks like something easy to use and set up (which is true to some degree).
Summary: Software that came with the unit would not allow camera to connect. Placed a support call for help. First response was the software was out of date. Downloaded and installed updated software. This caused my home network to become unusable, no internet service.
Crapped Out After 1 Year Stay Away Buy Dropcan Pro Instead
A Guy "ag", Amazon
4 June 2014
Summary: Bought the master system and an add-on camera. Both died after 1 year plus 14 days. The 14 days put them out of warranty. Logitech would not replace. Should have lasted much longer. Waste of $$s. Many other options. Switched to Dropcam. Refuse to spend another $$ on Logitech.
Summary: 6 months is kind of short for a 300$ device. Now waiting for customer service since a week to confirm my purchase. By the way, the setup is really difficult. Not that it is hard to connect everything but any firewll etc might prevent that you can detect your cam. Took me 6 hours to figure it out.