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WYZE In Response

We recognize there’s a lot going on around the world right now with the COVID-19 pandemic. The state of Washington was one of the first states to be hit hard and Kirkland, WA, the city of our headquarters, experienced the first reported outbreak in the US.

Over the last several weeks, we’ve watched in admiration as companies from around the nation pivoted at a moment’s notice to produce highly-demanded items in the wake of supply shortages. We’ve seen distilleries sacrifice production of spirits in favor of hand sanitizer and fashion companies medical masks instead of clothing. These acts of goodwill have inspired us to challenge ourselves to understand how we can leverage our strengths to help our communities when so many people have been left feeling helpless and vulnerable.

Wyze has come together to take the following actions to help our community:

On March 24th we donated over 2000 masks to University of Washington’s Medicine COVID-19 Response team.

On March 26th we announced we will be donating Wyze Cams to small business owners across the state of Washington to help look after their places of business.

On March 31th we announced our Wyze In Response program featuring solutions aimed at helping our communities cope with the ongoing pandemic.

Wyze employees donating 2000 masks to UW Medicine.

The Wyze In Response program was created as a direct result of leveraging our company’s core strengths: supplier network and rapid software development. Our strong existing relationships with international suppliers allow us to expedite product to our warehouse at a pace much faster than other businesses in the market. Things which usually take months to perfect such as shipping, receiving, customs, payments, invoice management, warehouse management, and the like are already well-established strengths between Wyze and our suppliers. If you are a medical institution or an organization in need of bulk orders apply here.

“These acts of goodwill have inspired us to challenge ourselves to understand how we can leverage our strengths to help our communities...”

Livocare Disposable Face Masks

$19.99 (Price includes shipping)

The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. These disposable face masks offer 3 layers of protection and helps to block exhaled droplets.

iHealth No-Touch Thermometer

$49.99 (Price includes shipping)

According to the CDC, fevers are a primary symptom for those infected with COVID-19. iHealth’s No-Touch Thermometer lets you measure the body temperature of all of your family members without having to run to the sink and wash between uses. Near-instantaneous readings from the forehead let you take the temperature of your children while they’re asleep so you can rest assured everyone is looked after.

One Month of Free
Complete Motion Capture

Use code: response

We are giving the Wyze community one month of our Complete Motion Capture (CMC) service for free. CMC allows businesses and homeowners to record longer motion-activated videos during a time when peace of mind is top of mind. Know what’s going on when you’re not around to see it.

Turn a Wyze Cam into a Webcam

(Firmware swap)

Social distancing has led many cities and states to temporarily close businesses, ban gatherings of people, and recommend employees work from home. As telecommuting and virtual board game nights quickly become the norm, a laptop webcam won’t cut it. Our team has developed new firmware so your Wyze Cam can be converted into a webcam for sharper video and wider-angle viewing so your 10x push up challenge can be shared in all its glory.