Talk to, feed, and monitor your pet on your smartphone with Petcube Bites

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Ever wonder what your pet is doing by their lonesome self at home? If you’re a pet owner and you miss your best friend, today’s deal will help put your mind at ease.

The Petcube Bites is an interactive camera that gives you eyes on your pet at all times, while also allowing you to fling treats remotely. It’s on offer right now for as low as $164.99.

Interact with your pet anywhere and anytime using your smartphone.

The Petcube Bites is compact enough to be placed anywhere in your home. Android users can monitor their furry companion on their smartphone via the Petcube app. The camera has a 138-degree wide-angle lens, night vision, 1080p HD quality, and 3x zoom.

With the app, you can listen and speak to your pet directly. Let your pet know you miss them and reassure them you’ll be home soon. You can even schedule treats to be dispensed at any time of your choosing.

The Petcube Bites at a glance:

  • Fling treats remotely on-demand or on a schedule.
  • Stream in 1080p HD quality with a 138-degree wide-angle view.
  • See in the dark with night vision capabilities.
  • The dispenser holds up to 100 treats.
  • Sound and motion alerts notify you of major events at home.

The Petcube Bites usually retails at $249.99, but it’s currently 30 percent off this week. You pick one up today for just $174.99.

If it’s your first purchase on Google Express you’ll receive another $10 off with the promo code JULYSAVE19. This code is automatically applied at the checkout, which brings your total down to just $164.99.

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By | 2019-07-10T16:04:38+00:00 July 10th, 2019|Android Related, Deals|Comments Off on Talk to, feed, and monitor your pet on your smartphone with Petcube Bites

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