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Ring Alarm 10 Piece £339.99 @ Costco
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Ring Alarm 10 Piece £339.99 @ Costco

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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Ring Alarm 10 Piece Starter Kit with x4 Contact and x3 Motion Sensors

Not sold by Ring / Amazon UK

But buying the 5 piece ring alarm and then the additional bits costs more.
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Decent ring piece set...
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Decent ring piece set...
Will this work with nest/google?
No bell box to go with this Ring piece set?
Isn't this the price Costco have been selling at since launch? .... they are selling same item loads cheaper in the USA .... i'm waiting for this price to drop .... given USA pricing theres good scope for that to happen
mattybayston27/12/2019 20:40

Will this work with nest/google?


Not currently. Although the big three (Google, Amazon and Apple) have recently agreed to allow interoperability between voice assistants and tech so fingers crossed it's coming in the next year or so.
harmageddon27/12/2019 22:57

Isn't this the price Costco have been selling at since launch? .... they …Isn't this the price Costco have been selling at since launch? .... they are selling same item loads cheaper in the USA .... i'm waiting for this price to drop .... given USA pricing theres good scope for that to happen


Absolutely. I got same kit two weeks back for $179, that is less than half price.
shirish_payasi28/12/2019 00:45

Absolutely. I got same kit two weeks back for $179, that is less than half …Absolutely. I got same kit two weeks back for $179, that is less than half price.


Link?
shirish_payasi28/12/2019 00:45

Absolutely. I got same kit two weeks back for $179, that is less than half …Absolutely. I got same kit two weeks back for $179, that is less than half price.



Out of curiosity how have you purchased this and got it into the uk? Does it have us plugs?

This is assuming you don’t live in the us or travelled to the us of course lol
Blakmumba91128/12/2019 05:35

Direct from …Direct from Ring....https://shop.ring.com/products/alarm-security-kit-10-pieceThey also have 5 & 14 piece.


I think I read something about not being able to.set up the US system on the UK subscription plan
Does the US kit work in the UK, I emailed ring to ask if they planned having a similar price to the US site, or if their US kit would work in UK, they told me the US kit wouldn’t work due to different frequencies, (sounds like bull to me) and they had no plans to sell it in the UK for a similar price, #ripoffbritain again
davey_s28/12/2019 07:21

Does the US kit work in the UK, I emailed ring to ask if they planned …Does the US kit work in the UK, I emailed ring to ask if they planned having a similar price to the US site, or if their US kit would work in UK, they told me the US kit wouldn’t work due to different frequencies, (sounds like bull to me) and they had no plans to sell it in the UK for a similar price, #ripoffbritain again


It may work but would be illegal to use as the radio frequencies used are different.

I cannot see how the 3G/4G backup would work as that would need a SIM and subscription which would be different on the US product.
Buyer beware - their customer service is woeful in the event of anything going wrong
not talking alarm but other “ security” products - they will blame you no matter what
They aren’t security products they are just cameras that work intermittently
I’ve purchased the US version and paid about £150. Yes it has US plugs, but it’s only really an issue on the main unit, but it has a detachable plug head where you could just put a UK head on, I’m currently trying to get ring to send me one, with very little help so far. In the US they have monitoring with the police, this won’t work in the U.K. nor will the phoning a contact if the alarm goes off, not really an issue as I’ll get a notification, nor will the back up SIM as it’s a US one. Ring did say if a neighbour had a UK one then they may interfere with the frequencies, I have a feeling this is rubbish. Looking at the tech specs on the box of both a US and U.K. version, I can’t see any difference
jules_may28/12/2019 08:11

Buyer beware - their customer service is woeful in the event of anything …Buyer beware - their customer service is woeful in the event of anything going wrong not talking alarm but other “ security” products - they will blame you no matter what They aren’t security products they are just cameras that work intermittently


I've been overly impressed with their customer support - I've had their doorbell for 2 years and they've replaced it with brand new ones whenever anything has gone wrong. They do make you go through what seems like pointless troubleshooting of resetting but after that no quarrels.
golemsmate28/12/2019 09:17

I've been overly impressed with their customer support - I've had their …I've been overly impressed with their customer support - I've had their doorbell for 2 years and they've replaced it with brand new ones whenever anything has gone wrong. They do make you go through what seems like pointless troubleshooting of resetting but after that no quarrels.


I agree my first doorbell had power issues and they helped identify poor WiFi signal. Sent me a free chime pro for my inconvenience. Recently without any issues swapped a spotlight camera as it had a red tint on the live view and recordings. Received replacement in 2 days easy process.
FunsizeR28/12/2019 09:26

I agree my first doorbell had power issues and they helped identify poor …I agree my first doorbell had power issues and they helped identify poor WiFi signal. Sent me a free chime pro for my inconvenience. Recently without any issues swapped a spotlight camera as it had a red tint on the live view and recordings. Received replacement in 2 days easy process.


Were your power issues about not fully charging? I've had a couple now that have done that have stuck around 50%. I've managed to hardwire the doorbell now and it's made it so much more quicker to notify of rings.

This replacement ones coming on Monday - as it's just currently always showing as charging outside
golemsmate28/12/2019 09:35

Were your power issues about not fully charging? I've had a couple now …Were your power issues about not fully charging? I've had a couple now that have done that have stuck around 50%. I've managed to hardwire the doorbell now and it's made it so much more quicker to notify of rings.This replacement ones coming on Monday - as it's just currently always showing as charging outside


Well I had two issues, one was that it was hard wired but unbeknown to me at the time I found that the doorbell I had wasn’t at the right power level to charge the doorbell! I had to go and swap this too - I then had better WiFi through the chime pro mesh and also it was then charging too!
ferrim28/12/2019 08:11

I’ve purchased the US version and paid about £150. Yes it has US plugs, bu …I’ve purchased the US version and paid about £150. Yes it has US plugs, but it’s only really an issue on the main unit, but it has a detachable plug head where you could just put a UK head on, I’m currently trying to get ring to send me one, with very little help so far. In the US they have monitoring with the police, this won’t work in the U.K. nor will the phoning a contact if the alarm goes off, not really an issue as I’ll get a notification, nor will the back up SIM as it’s a US one. Ring did say if a neighbour had a UK one then they may interfere with the frequencies, I have a feeling this is rubbish. Looking at the tech specs on the box of both a US and U.K. version, I can’t see any difference


It won’t interfere with a neighbour but they are different.


Compatibility

Ring Alarm devices are designed to operate in a particular region and are not intended to be used or distributed outside of that region. Ring Alarm devices designed for use in the UK or EEA only operate within the Z-Wave 868 MHz frequency. Ring Alarm devices designed for use in the US or Canada operate at 908 MHz and 916 MHz frequencies.
Really interesting comments - it must depend on who you liaise with from ring - I had one imbecile try to tell me the floodlight was positioned to high - it’s about 9 ft off the floor !! They are still adamant that it is performing as per specification - this is despite a car being driven up the driveway and neither the light turns on nor does it deem that a significant event for it to capture it on video !! I have provided them footage of such ghosting for them to comment - 8 days later and nothing.
Ring alarm doesn’t work with ring cameras / doorbells etc. You can use Alexa to arm and disarm. Re USA price comparison it’s pointless for the vast majority of people and I wouldn’t advise buying USA powered electronics to work in the USA. Things like laptops come with switching adapters designed to work on different regions for those items it’s not an issue.
I’m looking forwards to the lighting to come out - my front yard is so dark being by a forest.
1nqs28/12/2019 10:56

Ring alarm doesn’t work with ring cameras / doorbells etc. You can use A …Ring alarm doesn’t work with ring cameras / doorbells etc. You can use Alexa to arm and disarm. Re USA price comparison it’s pointless for the vast majority of people and I wouldn’t advise buying USA powered electronics to work in the USA. Things like laptops come with switching adapters designed to work on different regions for those items it’s not an issue.


There’s no issue with the power, it runs on 100-240 so totally fine
As mentioned, this system certainly isn't cheap, but to put things in perspective, I am replacing a hard wired ADT alarm system who charge a fortune for monitoring. They are the B Sky B of alarm systems and like to add a couple of quid to the monitoring fee every few months and before you know it, you're paying nearly £40 per month!
If anyone is in the same boat with ADT then this system will pay for itself in under a year, even with extortionate UK pricing.
I was hoping to use a smart system which would be compatible with existing hard wired sensors but there is very little choice in that area. I'm happy to report that this works very well with its wireless sensors.
Voting warm
If I bought the sensors and contacts from the US would they be compatible with the U.K. Ring Alarm system?
GordonGekko03/01/2020 10:26

If I bought the sensors and contacts from the US would they be compatible …If I bought the sensors and contacts from the US would they be compatible with the U.K. Ring Alarm system?


Ring told me they wouldn’t, however they’ve told me a lot of info that turns out to be rubbish. If you find out they do work, I’ve got some from my system that was bought in the US that I’d happily sell you
I can’t believe I missed this one
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