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Google Nest Hello Video Doorbell £149 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Google Nest Hello Video Doorbell £149 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Nest Hello Video Doorbell lets you know who's at the door, so you won't miss a visitor or parcel delivery. It can send an alert to your smart device, and can tell the difference between a person and something else. It gives you the full view with crystal clarity so you can see the person from head to toe, right down to the doorstep so you can see parcels left for you too, and you can speak to your visitor via the Nest app (iOS & Android). With an optional Nest Aware subscription it can tell the difference between people you know and a stranger, and it live-streams 24/7 so you can always check what's happening at your door.
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Hot, think this is the lowest it’s been since the tool station deal earlier in the year when I got mine. Great product and can easily be fitted without an existing wired doorbell
Good deal; lowest I've ever seen is £130 from CEX, and they are few and far between and not neccesarily guaranteed 'new' quality
Debating whether to get this or ring pro with echo show deal
Is he stealing it?
I wish I could get this. My only issue with it is either a get a plug in charger with a very long cable and run that to the front door, which would look ugly. Or I install it properly with a proper power line from the consumer unit.

My issue, I know. Just the only thing that holds me back.
makaveli22/11/2019 19:43

Debating whether to get this or ring pro with echo show deal


I've had both devices and the Google is much better. More reliable, smarter features, better looking and easier to install.
richh22/11/2019 20:49

I wish I could get this. My only issue with it is either a get a plug in …I wish I could get this. My only issue with it is either a get a plug in charger with a very long cable and run that to the front door, which would look ugly. Or I install it properly with a proper power line from the consumer unit.My issue, I know. Just the only thing that holds me back.


I had this EXACT same issue, but i ended up doing it, and running the cable, used to it now, amazing bit of tech, one of the best i have ever purchased.
A steal at this price!!
makaveli22/11/2019 19:43

Debating whether to get this or ring pro with echo show deal


This is FAR superior to the Ring Pro, that been said, monthly sub is required to have all the features, but their def worth it. Currently £4 a month for 5 days cloud recording.
But about to change to one payment for ALL the nest/google cams you have.
herby24722/11/2019 21:40

This is FAR superior to the Ring Pro, that been said, monthly sub is …This is FAR superior to the Ring Pro, that been said, monthly sub is required to have all the features, but their def worth it. Currently £4 a month for 5 days cloud recording.But about to change to one payment for ALL the nest/google cams you have.


So if you only want the Next Hello, will the price be more each month? Don't have any other cameras etc.
mario99922/11/2019 21:56

So if you only want the Next Hello, will the price be more each month? …So if you only want the Next Hello, will the price be more each month? Don't have any other cameras etc.


No think their just stream lining, the cost as if you had say a nest doorbell, and 3 more nest cameras, that's currently £4 for EACH camera.
herby24722/11/2019 22:02

No think their just stream lining, the cost as if you had say a nest …No think their just stream lining, the cost as if you had say a nest doorbell, and 3 more nest cameras, that's currently £4 for EACH camera.



I'm not looking for more Nest cameras, how much will the new subscription cost just for the doorbell? I understand that for people with multiple devices it will work out cheaper, maybe not so for just the one device.
"Nest has a theft replacement policy for the Nest Hello video doorbell. This policy does not apply to our other Nest products, and does not apply outside of the United States and Canada".
support.google.com/goo…=en

This would rule it out for me.
Edited by: "thriftysense" 22nd Nov 2019
JimmyMcGoose22/11/2019 19:12

Hot, think this is the lowest it’s been since the tool station deal e …Hot, think this is the lowest it’s been since the tool station deal earlier in the year when I got mine. Great product and can easily be fitted without an existing wired doorbell


Do you have to subscribe to anything? Is the connection/recharging easy, how quick does it notify of a door bell ri g, etc.? Thanks.

I am so confused about all this ring, nest, etc.
thriftysense22/11/2019 22:29

"Nest has a theft replacement policy for the Nest Hello video doorbell. …"Nest has a theft replacement policy for the Nest Hello video doorbell. This policy does not apply to our other Nest products, and does not apply outside of the United States and Canada".https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/9269698?hl=enThis would rule it out for me.


It's pretty secure to need honest. Not as if someone can just walk up and unplug it.

If someone is stealing your doorbell, you've probably got bigger things to worry about
Robiesanta23/11/2019 08:25

Do you have to subscribe to anything? Is the connection/recharging easy, …Do you have to subscribe to anything? Is the connection/recharging easy, how quick does it notify of a door bell ri g, etc.? Thanks.I am so confused about all this ring, nest, etc.


Yes, the Nest records full time so you access footage via a tiered subscription package which is changing in a few months. This is a direct rival to the Ring video pro doorbell making them the same price at £149. However general consensus seems to be the quality of the Nest is better for both video and notifications. For £149 you probably get the complete package from Ring including a plug in anywhere in the house chime and, with all these offers often a freebie too such as an Amazon Dot/Show. The Nest however doesn't stop at £149. It is very likely you may need some sort of chime device and transformer although designed to fit to your existing wired doorbell, its not natively a UK device and the voltage may be incorrect. The Nest was 24v but I'm guessing they revised it as I think now it can work 12 to 24v. I might be wrong on that. If you need to add chimes and transformers, the price could add considerably more.

Ring also do rechargeable doorbells which is what most people have. They are more easily installed for most people but have a much more limited recording time. Hope that summarises it a little. Overall the Nest is a better product in a market with little competition but comes potentially much more expensive.
makaveli22/11/2019 19:43

Debating whether to get this or ring pro with echo show deal


Depends on preference, bit like android or apple debate. Both comparable, not 'much' in it.
Evostance23/11/2019 09:25

It's pretty secure to need honest. Not as if someone can just walk up and …It's pretty secure to need honest. Not as if someone can just walk up and unplug it.If someone is stealing your doorbell, you've probably got bigger things to worry about


Ah, thanks. Didn’t read the description fully, just assumed it was wireless like Ring.
richh22/11/2019 20:49

I wish I could get this. My only issue with it is either a get a plug in …I wish I could get this. My only issue with it is either a get a plug in charger with a very long cable and run that to the front door, which would look ugly. Or I install it properly with a proper power line from the consumer unit.My issue, I know. Just the only thing that holds me back.


Just do it richie
thriftysense23/11/2019 13:00

Ah, thanks. Didn’t read the description fully, just assumed it was w …Ah, thanks. Didn’t read the description fully, just assumed it was wireless like Ring.


Nah. They'd need to unlock it from the mount, and the undo the screws for the electrics too.

You can't just walk up and pull it off
thriftysense22/11/2019 22:29

"Nest has a theft replacement policy for the Nest Hello video doorbell. …"Nest has a theft replacement policy for the Nest Hello video doorbell. This policy does not apply to our other Nest products, and does not apply outside of the United States and Canada".https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/9269698?hl=enThis would rule it out for me.


Yep same reason why I haven't got it even though this is a Google household
BlackCloud23/11/2019 10:01

Yes, the Nest records full time so you access footage via a tiered …Yes, the Nest records full time so you access footage via a tiered subscription package which is changing in a few months. This is a direct rival to the Ring video pro doorbell making them the same price at £149. However general consensus seems to be the quality of the Nest is better for both video and notifications. For £149 you probably get the complete package from Ring including a plug in anywhere in the house chime and, with all these offers often a freebie too such as an Amazon Dot/Show. The Nest however doesn't stop at £149. It is very likely you may need some sort of chime device and transformer although designed to fit to your existing wired doorbell, its not natively a UK device and the voltage may be incorrect. The Nest was 24v but I'm guessing they revised it as I think now it can work 12 to 24v. I might be wrong on that. If you need to add chimes and transformers, the price could add considerably more.Ring also do rechargeable doorbells which is what most people have. They are more easily installed for most people but have a much more limited recording time. Hope that summarises it a little. Overall the Nest is a better product in a market with little competition but comes potentially much more expensive.


Thank you very much for such detailed information. It is very useful.
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