Thank you Ooma Butterfleye for sponsoring this post.

Do you have a beautiful family?   A wild dog?   A mischievous toddler?  Is your 12 year old starting to come home after school alone this school year?    Do you rent your home and need an easy way to have a security system without installing something that is against your lease?    Do your kids move room to room faster than that Tasmanian devil from cartoons when we were kids?

“At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security. ”    Jodi Rell

Say hello to Ooma Butterfleye, the super smart video camera that’s designed to blend in at home.   My kids didn’t even notice it for the first week we tried it.  It’s such an easy set up.   Install an app on your phone,  unbox the Ooma Butterfleye, Charge it, and sync to your phone.   After it charges, you can move it around your home easily.  Then you can keep an eye on your home, family or pet while you are away.

Ooma Butterfleye is so smart it gets to know who your friends and family are – even your pets!  That way, alerts can be customized to tell you only if a stranger enters.

The device has built in storage and a battery back up.    So if your internet or power goes down, it continues to work.    The wide angled video is clear and in HD.

You can even talk to your family or dog through the device.  Or if the worst happens, you can tell a stranger that you are phoning the police and to get out right now.

I love the small design, it just blends in with your home.  You can literally put it anywhere and it’s not going to stand out or ruin your decor.    We are in the process of minimizing our home.  This sleek little device fits perfect!    It even comes in black, if you prefer.

Thank you Ooma for letting us try this wonderful device.  I’m actually about to place an order for the three back for upstairs.  I love clever little gizmos that help our family stay safe!

You can find out more about the Ooma Butterfleye Smart Security Cameras HERE.


I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.