Thanks OP, i managed to pick this up for £131 in Costco Sheffield on Saturday (slightly earlier than the 15th live date) :) . To answer any questions/provide a real impression: - It includes the normal chime (non-pro). - It does includes 6 month cloud service (i've checked on my subscription, which also has no card details associated either at present). - It's very easy to install (my pre-existing chime and transformer lacks the min 8V, so it's currently just battery.. though had it been 8V> it still would have been fairly straightforward to re-wire from existing doorbells wires if you have these - i'm a DIY novice and found it very easy!) - The response delay depends heavily on WIFI signal reach (I did have to spend a bit of time getting the interference down over the weekend after initial disappointment i.e. I found the notification to phone was good, but completely pants to the chime ironically given it's a doorbell first and foremost! I've now got this resolved and get minimal delays to both phones and chime, so i'm happy so far.. i pre-warn this takes time though and is very case by case on installation!) - Battery drain so far hasn't been bad (appreciating it's fairly new obviously). - Motion detection i'm finding to be pretty good actually. I live parallel to a busy road and through the settings i've adjusted it to only pick cars coming up very close to the house (so far it's only tracking the postie, flyer people, cars parking outside and myself/better half going in/out of the house - no excessive traffic noise etc.) For comparison, I have Arlo cameras which are a nightmare when it coming to motion detection configuration (pick up every moving car!) Hopefully the above helps someone (as i spent a ton of time trawling youtube, reviews etc. prior to pulling the trigger and buying (y))
Cheers for that
Yes, it can be switched off
Good when they work, mine doesn't about 70% of the time!
I hate that it makes an obnoxiously loud tone to the person who pressed it. Surely this can be switched off?