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Amazon (Black Friday Deal) - Wi-Fi Enabled Video Ring Doorbell £128.98 Amazon
Amazon (Black Friday Deal) -  Wi-Fi Enabled Video  Ring Doorbell £128.98 Amazon

Amazon (Black Friday Deal) - Wi-Fi Enabled Video Ring Doorbell £128.98 Amazon

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This is the best price I've ever seen it.
You need at least a 1mb upload speed for this to work as well as it should.
The slower your upload the slower it will be to connect to your mobile when the bell is rung or motion is activated.
Quality is good close up and the speaker is really good for communicating with delivery drivers or suspicious persons.
I haven't missed a parcel since having it and won a dispute with a delivery company to the point it has already paid for itself.

Company description:
The Ring Video Doorbell is the world's first battery-operated, Wi-Fi enabled, HD video doorbell. The device enables homeowners to see and speak with visitors from anywhere in the world by streaming live audio and video of a home's front doorstep directly to the free iOS or Android app. The doorbell's built-in motion sensors detect movement up to 9m and HD video recording stores all recorded footage to the cloud which can be accessed via the Ring app. The Ring Doorbell is quick and easy to set up as it mounts and syncs in minutes and has a built in battery, however, it can also be powered through your existing doorbell wires.

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The delay on these is ridiculous so not worth the price best sticking to a normal cheap doorbell that works!

This appears standard price around now, alternate sellers:

Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell ( Robert Dyas ) £129.00
Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell - Venetian Bronze ( Amazon.co.uk ) £129.00
Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell ( Amazon.co.uk ) £129.00
Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell - Antique Brass ( Amazon.co.uk ) £129.00
Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell ( Amazon.co.uk ) £159.00



Curry's example link:

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£128 for a doorbell are you mental?

There's a 2nd generation model coming out soon reason why it's been reduced, best to wait for better version

crazzzzzy_b

£128 for a doorbell are you mental?



​snap!!

They actually work rather well. Great addition to any 'automated home'.

BTW, the second edition is great, but is a lot more expensive (£100 approx).

Original Poster

cruisecars

The delay on these is ridiculous so not worth the price best sticking to … The delay on these is ridiculous so not worth the price best sticking to a normal cheap doorbell that works!



It's down to the speed of your broadband upload not the product itself

Original Poster

MarkSwift

They actually work rather well. Great addition to any 'automated home'. … They actually work rather well. Great addition to any 'automated home'. BTW, the second edition is great, but is a lot more expensive (£100 approx).



If that is the Pro you will need fibre. That is why they have delayed the release to the UK.
This model should remain as there will be 2 versions out

Can't really give heat as it's cheaper at Very (£124) - but I do really want one of these. It's not just £124 for a doorbell - its an external IP camera in effect and can function as a security camera - although you really want the new pro one for that when it is launched in the UK.

Saves a lot of hassle when it comes to installing & mounting, and most people won't have a clue what it is

crazzzzzy_b

£128 for a doorbell are you mental?



Not everyone is poor?

Got one of these for my mum and still not quite fitted it but 4 things to be aware of.

If you don't fit it to a mains powered doorbell, it needs taking off and charging every 3 to 6 months. (wired door bells are cheap, but that's another tenner and the hassle of wiring it).

Unless it's plugged into above mains doorbell the camera is only active when the bell is pressed (possibly triggered by motion sensor as well), but not active on demand.

it's a chunky monkey - a standard door frame may not be wide enough, so you might have to be creative in your placement - don't worry, there is an always on light (guess what - only when mains powered )

Also it needs a pretty decent WiFi connection at the point of install - your phone might be great indoors, but did you ever test streaming video from outside the front door?

Aside from that it's great

benjai

Not everyone is poor?



I know what you're getting at, but rich or poor, most people would consider spending this much on a doorbell a huge waste of money. And that's from someone with a zwave automated home.

unnecessary cold votes.
product is great and works amazingly well as extra security when in or out of the house

just pin £100 note to the door...!!

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ndk82

unnecessary cold votes.product is great and works amazingly well as extra … unnecessary cold votes.product is great and works amazingly well as extra security when in or out of the house



Thank you

If stolen or damage the company replace free of charge

Most burglaries happen at the front door. So this would capture the movement / press of the door bell.

Close range this does the job.

It is not meant to be an all singing security camera

Good deal but I'd rather buy from Argos with the Quidco Cachback deal making it £129 and you get a ring chime which costs roughly £35 separately.

argos.co.uk/pro…547

I love my ring. Very useful to see who is coming to the door, when items are delivered / collected, when the TV licence salesman is trying to again sell me something I don't want or need.. Great for fact verification of so many things. Here's an example of where it's useful, and avoiding items being delivered to neighbours:
sendvid.com/cuh…402

Grr need to get this fitted to see what its actually like instead of pressing it indoors showing people how clever it is LOL...
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