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Happy with Spypoint Link Evo #7648250 10/31/19 02:44 PM
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Picked up a Spypoint Link Evo on a steal of a deal during the Bass Pro trade-in days. Got it set up and transmitting 3 weeks ago. Have to say, I'm pleased. Sure, the pics have been made smaller with reduced resolution for transmission. But, so cool to be able to see what's moving around my place throughout the days. Assuming it holds up, for a very reasonable purchase price and $7/month I'm satisfied.


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Re: Happy with Spypoint Link Evo [Re: TxAg] #7648267 10/31/19 02:59 PM
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MIne has been up and running for almost two months now. It is the Link Micro. A lot of people have complained about bettery life. I have it set to transmit pics only once per day, and after a month and a half, it still shows 100% battery left.


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