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Secure your home and get help in seconds with this Canary all-in-one home security system. The small footprint doesn't take up much space and lets you monitor your home, infant or pets at a glance. This Canary all-in-one home security system offers one-touch access to emergency services with the compatible app.

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    • Canary Indoor Wireless Full HD All-In-One Home Security System

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    84% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (832 out of 999)

    Features


    Notifications keep you informed

    Receive motion-activated notifications that contain recorded footage and give you the options to live-stream or sound the 90+dB siren.

    No installation is necessary

    Simply place the Canary system in a central location, plug it in and connect to your Wi-Fi.

    Connect up to four devices in one location

    Add more devices to ensure that your whole home is safe from intruders.

    Capture everything in HD

    The vivid 1080p resolution allows you to see small details on your screen.

    Infrared night vision lets you see in the dark

    Keep an eye on things up to 25' away when there's little to no light.

    See more with the 147° wide-angle lens

    Watch over a room with minimal blind spots.

    HomeHealth technology looks after your well-being

    Monitor air quality, temperature and humidity in your home to stay comfortable and be more prepared to avoid safety issues, such as poor sleep and mold growth.

    Stream live video from your home anytime

    Canary's free mobile app lets you see what's happening from anywhere with your iPhone or Android smartphone. App download is required.

    Night mode scheduling

    Lets you set a schedule for your Canary camera to monitor your home while you sleep without sending notifications.

    Extended video clips to 30 seconds

    The system records 30-second clips instead of one continuous video event. If you want more, you will need a Canary Membership.

    Optional premium services

    Free service includes live streaming and recorded video segments on 24-hour timeline for up to 4 cameras. Premium Membership includes 30-day recorded video history and additional features including desktop monitoring.*

    * Additional fees may apply.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 999 reviews

    84%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Exactly What I Was Looking For

      Posted
      Bill

      A really useful and innovative product - solves home security & monitoring in a simple-to-use device. Everything is controlled via smartphone. Very easy to set up. High quality device & very impressive app. I bought a Canary after seeing it in use in this reddit post which caught a live burglary: https://www.reddit.com/r/nyc/comments/3kyoev/caught_on_my_canary_camera_watch_these_two_guys/ Been using the device since the weekend and I am very impressed. Fits a huge hole for someone looking for some sort of home security device, but aren’t interested in the large traditional systems where you need to punch a code in or the alarm sounds. By far the smartphone integration is the best feature - the device is controlled exclusively through the app (I use an android) - you can log in to check out your timeline, take a look at the live camera from anywhere, and even sound the alarm remotely. The device is intelligent and notifies you of any activity when you’re not there through your cell phone, like a text message, delivering the video. Very responsive - I tested this out by arming the device and then entering the front door - I received an alert exactly 13 seconds later (!!!!). Huge plus is the lack of a monthly subscription fee. I am exhausted by subscriptions recently - Netflix, MLB, Google Apps, portfolio software - so this is a plus from the consumer standpoint. Back to why I didn’t want to sign up with traditional security. Set up was very easy - literally plug and play. Downloading the app leads you to a brief registration phase, and then connect the Canary device to your smartphone via cable. The phone updates the firmware for the Canary, connects the Canary to your wifi, and then links your account and you’re good to go. I found a spot in my living room where I could hide the Canary behind a few candles - a few moments later and you’re recording live video of the entire room. Video quality is bright & easy to see - looks like a high-quality Youtube video. Clicking on “live feed” brings up what the device is currently seeing - looks like there is about a 10-second lag between the Canary uploading the video and it relaying to your phone. There appear to be three modes - privacy, disarmed, and armed. Arming the device happens with a click on the app. I tested the device over the weekend - left my house to mow the lawn, then armed the device. “Broke” into the the house and 13 seconds later and I get a buzz - activity detected. I watch the video and of course it’s me. The response time - 13 seconds between opening the door and my phone buzzing - is very impressive. The video is stored online after recording, so if an intruder covers up or breaks the device, it’s too late - the image of them doing so is recorded off into the cloud for easy retrieval. I suppose the only thing that I’m worried about is that my pets (two cats) will set the device off early and often. Reading through the FAQs, there is a “learning” capability in the system, in that it recognizes routine behavior in time and adjusts for it. It’s not clear to me how long this takes. Overall, I like it a lot. Definitely a useful product. Fits a need for me - I’m not really interested in a large security system, and the costs/fees associated with it, and for basic entry detection the Canary device is really cool. In summary, the video monitoring is simple & doesn’t require a lot of setup or user input. High video quality. The motion sensor definitely picked me up easily when I entered the house, and I received a notice literally 13 seconds later. Connectivity to my phone is the most impressive part of the experience - if I have my cell phone on me 24/7 I can connect at any time to what is going on in my house.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nifty device, getting better

      Posted
      Waterdipper
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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I'm going to say up front, I really like this product and have no regrets purchasing it. That being said, as with any product, there are start-up blips and things that could be better. The unit was easy to install - just follow the directions and you should be up and running in less than 20 minutes, assuming you have a good strong WiFi signal or can link the unit to your router by Ethernet cable. The functionality of Canary is almost excellent - high quality video image (but see below), simple operation that works pretty much as advertised. The unit also monitors and records the last ~24 hours of temperature, humidity, and air quality at the location of the unit. This could be useful means of detecting a problem with your HVAC/air handling system when you're away. The air quality function is interesting, but they need more info on how to interpret it. Activation of the different modes (see below) is based on detection or absence of occupants (really, their cell phones) who have been registered and paired with the Canary unit. These operations are controlled via a cell phone App that has been somewhat less than excellent (mine is the iPhone version). The App has not always automatically updated the presence of all registered occupants (I will refer to "all registered occupants" simply as "occupants" from here on) when one or more has been away and comes home. Eventually it does, usually once I do something in the App, like open the icon for that person, or just touch the Mode setting button. Sometimes there's a delay in seeing a list of detected events for the current day. This hasn't been a big problem, but it should be able to update itself without me having to do anything. Another problem that doesn't occur often, but does occur, is the unit sometimes has frozen and had to be rebooted to function or communicate properly (such as detecting the presence of occupants) and update associated event records. The couple of times I've activated a "help ticket" for a problem or question, I've gotten responses within 24 hours. There is an FAQ section that seems to be expanding, and thus improving with time. But don't try to phone - no phone # provided. There are three mode settings: privacy (camera and mic are off, no watch-live function); disarmed (camera & mic are active and will record if and when motion is detected, but will not send alerts, watch-live enabled), and armed (motion activates recording, sends an alert, watch-live enabled, you can also activate the siren through the App &/or call the police). To avoid a lot of unnecessary recording activity, the unit can be set to automatically switch to a selected default mode, such as privacy, when at least one occupant is home and automatically switch to the armed mode when none of the occupants are detected. You can also set this to manual, so the system will not activate when no occupants are present unless you activate it through the App. This is useful if you have visitors staying who are not registered to the system, but whom may be present when all (registered) occupants are out, so it doesn't send you alerts and record what they're doing. Motion detection is a bit sensitive - it definitely detects when people enter the frame, but it also detects "activity" when there in no obvious motion in the resulting video record. There is a learning function that allows you to enter the types of things that were present in the video, e.g., shadows, sunlight, reflections, computer & TV screens, pets, people, etc. I don't know how long it takes to desensitize itself or how it works to filter these none-threat things, such as pets. Video quality is excellent in daylight or under reasonable room-lighting conditions at night. The quality seems to deteriorate slightly under low-light/dark-of-night/night-vision conditions. Deterioration is not bad, but distant objects (more than ~10-12 feet) are grainy; I'm not sure how clearly recognizable a distant person would be under those conditions, but if they came close enough to the Canary unit they would be pretty clear, even at low light. This is not unusual - same deterioration happens with most digital cameras under the same type of conditions. There is also a light ring at the bottom that activates when in the disarmed or armed mode, which tells you (and anyone else who notices) that the unit is in a recording mode. It changes color and/or blinks to alert you to connection problems. One problem associated with this light ring is that if the Canary unit is on a shiny surface (such as on top of a refrigerator) I think the light reduces the night-vision of the unit under dark-room conditions. Light from the ring reflects off nearby surfaces and (in my opinion) reduces the low-light sensitivity of the camera, albeit slightly. This mainly affects the ability to see movements and objects in darker areas furthest from the unit (>15-20 feet away, depending on actual low-light conditions). When you first activate your account, you're automatically placed in a trial service plan that would normally cost ~$10 per month, but is initially free. I don't know how long the free trial lasts, but I'm guessing 30 days. There are also more expensive fee plans. The free trial plan saves up to 7 days of records and allows you to store up to 50 selected video clips. The standard always-free plan only saves the last 12 hours of records and store only up to 5 clips. All records and video clips are saved on a Canary-provided Internet website, not locally, and not on your cell phone. I wish the free plan would keep 24 hours of records - 12 hours seems a bit short and makes it much easier to miss and lose a detection event, especially if you're out of WiFi and cell data range for a while (my guess is this is designed to push you towards a monthly fee plan). Assuming you've got one or the other, you should receive an alert by email or text as soon as an alarmed activation occurs and thus, the record will be available. However, say you get an alert, check the record, and discover someone who shouldn't be there. You can phone the police (Emergency #'s for your Canary location are automatically listed) and save the video to your Canary account so it doesn't get removed after 12 hours, but you have no way to send it to the police. And you can't save it to your cell phone. That doesn't help if you're on a trip, days to weeks from coming home. My understanding is that the Canary team is constantly working to improve the product, so I assume it will get even better with time. For the most part issues have been minor and overall, the product may be an excellent alternative to expensive home security monitoring services. I'd suggest anyone interested in this device check the website and read through their FAQs and also the trouble-shooting documents, as they provide a lot of insight.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Decent hardware, but doesn't work, terrible app

      Posted
      Eric

      I purchased 2 devices and neither worked as advertised. I purchased the first one and set up. Installation went fairly well, it updated its firmware successfully, but the Live Video never worked. I tried adding it to two different WiFi networks, moved it to several rooms (even in the same rooms as the routers), and even hooked it up via an Ethernet cable. The device simply would not stream video. The app showed nothing but an endless spinning wheel whenever I tried to look at video. Even when the device triggered an event (motion sensor), the stored video never played. I could see a still shot from the video, but no video. My network is solid. My internet connection is 25/25 or better. Another problem is the app (iOS). Several areas are simply not thought through well, or they made very poor decisions. Simply put, Canary is not Apple. Apple knows how to make a good user experience. Canary falls way short. When setting up the device, the only WiFi choice you have is the network your phone is connected to. You cannot choose any other network. You have to connect your phone to whatever network you want the Canary on first, and then setup the Canary. When the device was installed and working (partially), I noticed I could not turn off the light on the bottom of the unit. Why can't I turn the light off? Why do I want to guide a burger to the security device? When I ultimately could not get Live Video working I attempted to factory reset the device and start again. Guess what? No way to factory reset the device. There's a small reset button on the bottom of the device that does absolutely nothing. You cannot reset the device in the app either. You can look at your device in the app (which means you can see its name (that they give it), serial number, and firmware version number), but you cannot do anything with the device except change its network connection. Out of frustration I decided I would return this one and exchange it for another. I wanted to remove the device from my account, but guess what? You can't do that either. Now I have a device named "Canary 1" (because that's what they name it and you can't change that) in my app even though it doesn't exist on my network. I thought if I setup a second one I would get an option to delete the first. So I exchanged the device for a second one and set that one up - or I tried to. When I went through the installation steps it started its firmware update and then simply stopped. It sat there for hours and the app said nothing but "Step 3 of 5: Verifying." You can't do anything else. Now I have a device named "Canary 2" in my app that is completely useless. Can't remove either device from the account. The entire experience of setting the device up and then attempting to use it in the app felt very poor - like it was made by a group of developers trying to create an Apple experience but fell utterly short. Another major problem: no support community. Look at TiVo. Look at Nest. You will find huge numbers of users contributing to the support forums on those companies' websites. No such luck with Canary. You're on your own with this, and it doesn't work.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Canary

        Hi Eric, thank you for your detailed review. We're sorry your experience with Canary has been less than ideal. We will be rolling out phone support in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, if you send an email to support@canary.is, we'd love to try and help you get your Canary running and get the other Canary removed from your account. CanaryCo

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Great Design, Disappointing Execution

      Posted
      Jk89

      For TL;DR, scroll to the bottom. As you are most likely doing right now, I too read all the reviews for this product and many others trying to figure out which DIY security option was best for me. I picked up a Canary and have spent a few days with it so far, and as much as I want to like this product, I simply can't. When I opened the box, I was met with what appeared to be a very well designed and presented product that appealed to the design and aesthetics of an Apple fan. Though, this hasn't been quite the experience I was hoping for with the Canary. Starting with the initial setup using the iOS application, which is touted as only taking mere minutes and being fairly seamless, I had a difficult time even updating my Canary using the instructions they provided. After getting stuck on several steps just waiting for the Canary to update, I was forced to reset the system a few times before it finally updated and I was able to complete the setup process to make it ready for use. All in all, probably an hour of setup time with the errors I encountered. After I setup the system, I left my house and the Canary did in fact auto-arm as it states it should. I received a couple of notifications while out where the Canary noticed my dog moving about. Dismissed them, thinking it was cool that it alerted me. Though once I got home, I did notice that the video feed even with my fairly robust broadband connection was about 30 seconds behind what was happening in reality. Not ideal, but I don't know what's par for the course, so I ignored it for the moment. Fast forward to the next morning. Grab my phone, open the Canary app, and Canary is offline... Curious, I thought. Reload the app to make sure, now it simply says, Unable to connect at this time. So I head to where the Canary is placed and there are no lights on it at all. Power cycle it. Same problem. Power cycle again, now it appears to be working. This kind of inconsistency right off the bat has me worried about my $250 investment. I need a security system that I can be confident in. One that works, and works well. What good is a system that goes offline or just stops working and never notifies me? Isn't the whole point of Canary to keep me in the know? I'm disappointed in this product and the fact that they have no live support and an abysmal knowledge base for troubleshooting that I found zero help with using. Couple that with a buggy app, and you've got a recipe for a frustrated user. I've outlined the pros and cons below, and I plan to return my Canary in hopes of finding a more reliable solution. I would not recommend this product based on my experience. Pros: - Nice aesthetics both physically as well as in the iOS app - When it works, the video is crisp and the audio is loud enough Cons: - Setup was anything but simple, very buggy - Going offline or not connecting and no notifications - Live video is very inconsistent, works sometimes and not others - As much as 30 second delay on live feed - No live support and terribly void help center online - No automation integration with other smart-home products - No way to remove locations from the app if you accidentally add one - Very buggy app in general on iOS in my experience - Several times the Canary simply stated "Failed to Arm" in-app and never notified me - No way to "reset" the system to factory settings that I can find - Can't connect to 5GHZ WiFi networks it would appear - No way to set custom modes, such as vacation, times of day, etc. - No two-way communication like some other comparable systems - No auto-alarm to sound the siren, must be done manually - Multiple failures when trying to "changes modes" - No iPad app

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Canary

        Hi Jk89, I am so sorry to hear you had a difficult experience with your Canary. We stand behind our product, and are committed to doing what's right for our customers. We would would love the chance to help make your experience better. Please get in touch with us at support@canary.is, and we'll see what we can do to help! CanaryCo

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A must have for anyone that wants extra security!!

      Posted
      briko
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I bought a Canary around 4 weeks ago and have been using it ever since. The first thing I will say is that the setup/installation of the Canary device was by far, the most user-friendly experience of any installation that I have ever performed. It was as simple as signing up for an account, connecting a yellow 2.5mm cable to my phone and setting the Canary to connect to the internet. Kudos to Canary for making a device that anyone and everyone can configure so easily!! One of the most important aspects of the canary is the video. All I can say is that they weren’t exaggerating about how amazing the video quality looks and how wide the camera angle is. For me to set this up in my home, I had to put it in my basement to watch the door that goes outside and the door going to the garage. With strategic placement of the Canary device, I am also able to see the stairs going up to the main floor and this is very convenient to see all at once, with only one device. The results are that I can see when my dog goes upstairs/downstairs and all the action that happens in between. I am also able to see anybody that walks in from the outside or garage as well. It has a sensor that will turn on when it detects movement, which is very reassuring. Another impressive thing worth noting is that at night, I can very clearly see when my dog walks around in the basement, even when the lights are turned off. The night vision works as well as Canary claims. The sound is clear and crisp, for example, when my dog goes downstairs, I can hear her collar making noise, so not only does the Canary provide exceptional video, but it also provides great sound to go with it. I haven’t talked about the design yet, which is sleek and well thought out from the size to the shape - it literally looks like a little speaker or maybe an air freshener. It blends right into the décor and doesn’t stand out as a camera. It’s funny because it looks like it belongs exactly where I have it. It does not look like a security device in any shape or form. The siren is loud (as it should be to scare off potential intruders/criminals) and works well. I don’t use the alarm when the dog is in the house, but thanks to the app, when I go out with my dog, it only takes 30 seconds to turn on the siren feature through the app. The Home Health technology is a nice touch and it reports on temperature, humidity and air quality. I can confirm that the temperature and humidity levels are accurate because I also have a weather device next to my Canary device to measure the accuracy of how well it reads the temperature and humidity. Since I have only had the device for 1 month, I am still baselining the air quality in the basement. The last thing I want to talk about is the app that controls the device. The app works great, displays the videos in high quality and is fast. Canary really did an excellent job on the app. The one disappointing thing for me that is currently missing is an app for Windows devices. I am personally a Microsoft Windows consumer who uses a Windows Phone, computer and tablet. I do have an iPhone too and that is what I am using to control and view the videos on the canary at the moment, but I really hope Canary will develop an app for Windows in the near future. I am going on vacation shortly and I can’t wait to turn on the siren and check daily or wait until I get a notification that Canary sensed something, so that I can get the complete user experience for this amazing product.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Our House Was Robbed While Canary Was Watching

      Posted
      Miranda

      DO NOT USE THIS SECURITY SERVICE. We have a Canary and our house was robbed last week. We never got an alert, and while the Canary captured the dudes ransacking our house for over 5 minutes, it never registered that anything was amiss. We are supposed to be alerted when there is activity in the house while we're not home, but in looking into later, we discovered that Canary, due to some mysterious malfunction, never recorded us as being absent. The Device was stuck in Home Mode, even when we had left. Our phones were with us. To make matters so much worse, Canary Customer Service has been difficult to get into contact with, and they refuse to speak with us over the phone. They will only communicate with us through emails, and online chat. They believe our Wifi isn't good enough. We told them our wifi is fine, and works perfectly for all other devices, and we have a lot, my husband works from home and requires fast internet speed. They then asked us to do our own troubleshooting, and provide them with a Wifi Speed test. When we provided it, customer service told us "Well that's what it is now, but we don't know what it was when your house was robbed." !!!! What?!!! Then why did you ask us for the test? Last email we received from Customer Service says that they are passing on the complaint to the product team, and "if we could help you, we would." Yes, you could help us. You could follow through with your products promise of protection, take accountability for the major failure, step up your customer service game, and make it right with us. On top of having our house horribly ransacked, the stress of dealing with Canary has been overwhelming. Police officer recommended a few other devices, like SimpleSafe and Frontpoint. Canary was not on his list. Other Canary users we've been in contact with have reported same Home Mode malfunction.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Product no longer provides the services promised

      Posted
      Jeremy
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Not happy and Best Buy should stop stocking and selling this product! I am not satisfied with this product at all! There are definitely better products on the product for a similar price, or acceptable products on the market for a lower price. My first item was defective and had to return it, and my second device still does not work very well. The WIFI aspect of the unit does not work, and after several hours on WIFI the unit goes offline...therefore I have to keep it plugged into Ethernet, so I am limited as to where I can place the device. Additionally, the device is terrible at recognizing when I leave and arrive home, forcing me to be constantly manually changing between home and away mode throughout the day. Even those these 2 things made me very disappointed with the product, I still liked the fact that it provided me with security of knowing what is going on at home...until now. Canary recently updated their 'plan' so I can no longer view full videos, but only a 10 second preview of 'activity' in my home unless I buy the membership...therefore I can no longer use this device for home security because the video will not show anything without the membership. I will not be paying a $10/month membership on top of the camera I purchased for this poor device. Since I have had the camera for a few months, and since Canary will no longer give free full access to activity detected videos for 24 hours, I will no longer use this product and my Canary will become an expensive and disappointing paper weight...I will also refuse to do business with this company in the future. When I purchased this product their policy was to give full access to videos for 24 hours without a membership, now my canary is virtually useless without the membership...would like to hear back from Canary regarding this policy change as to why they can take the full videos away and I am sure many other people who currently have the product and not the membership are also very upset at Canary.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Peace of Mind in a Box!

      Posted
      RubyTusdae

      I am so happy to have the Canary in my home. I feel so much safer and I have found that it works extremely well. It learns over time how people in the house come and go and the movement in the house, so the many alerts in the beginning decrease as you interact with the app by flagging video's and alerting the app that everything is fine. The camera is very sensitive so at first my cat was setting off the alerts like CRAZY! I was very impressed that it picked up such small movement! Since working with the app though, those alerts have slowed and I don't get 10 alerts during the night from my cat running around like crazy. The set-up was very easy and quick. I had it set up in less than 5 minutes. Once I set my location it also set emergency numbers which were my local police department, emergency medical services and the fire department! I was very grateful for that! You can also add the members in your home by clicking the plus in the app next to your picture and sending them an invite. Another great feature is that you can watch live what's going on in your home. So say you do get an alert and want to know what is happening, click Watch Live and there it is. I noticed a slight time lag, but I expected that. It is only a few second lag as to what is happening at the moment. The camera is a 1080p HD camera with a 147° angle lens and has night vision and motion detection. The camera quality is quite impressive for the small device that it is (6 inches high, 3 inches around). Along with a great camera it has a high quality microphone and a built in speaker. There is a 90+ dB siren as well that you can set off from the app. The Canary also tells you the temperature, humidity and air quality of your home, which I find pretty useful. I am glad to know the air quality in my home is very good and know when to turn on my AC because it is getting humid in the house. I am so happy they have come up with a security system for those of us who live in apartments! I am a worrier and this has helped give me peace of mind with no monthly fee's! It is very affordable and so worth my family's safety. *I received this product free for testing and review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews

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