If you had roughly $200 in Wyze credit and had to spend it all on either five Wyze 1080p Outdoor Cams or two Wyze 4K “Indoor” Cams that many would use outdoors regardless, which would you choose? Would your decision be based on the jackpot quantity of five versus two, or the zoom-in high quality of 4K versus 1080p? What about a Sense Starter Kit for $40 instead of $20 if it doubled the range of the sensors? Food for thought.
There’s arguably no way to know if the forum’s anecdotal evidence accurately suggests that the Wyze Cam Outdoor is Wyze’s most polarizing product to date. As with any product, however, some people will love it, some will feel it’s good and okay, and others will hate it. The bigger question is, does a product make more money if many people buy a product they love while those who think it’s good or hates it don’t buy it at all; or does a product make more money if many people buy a product they think is good or excellent while only those who hate it don’t buy it?
I’m asking this potentially rhetorical question in the consideration of whether Wyze customers are seeking absolutely cheap products versus relatively inexpensive ones. For such a customer-centric company, it would benefit all parties to learn whether Wyze and their customers are seeking the same or different side of this coin.