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Does anyone know if the delay on these is as bad as on the ring doorbells? Would like to be alerted while the intruder is in my house rather than on the way out..
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£200 in America for exactly the same thing before this get a crazy amount of heat.
Yes it’s the cheapest in the uk but at a 70% extra cost difference. No even Apple is that bad
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Voted hot by accident unfortunately still no way to change your vote.
deleted70842223/11/2019 23:25

[Image] £200 in America for exactly the same thing before this get a crazy …[Image] £200 in America for exactly the same thing before this get a crazy amount of heat. Yes it’s the cheapest in the uk but at a 70% extra cost difference. No even Apple is that bad


Vat plus other crap.
Does anyone know if the delay on these is as bad as on the ring doorbells? Would like to be alerted while the intruder is in my house rather than on the way out..
Dark_Destroyer123/11/2019 23:55

Does anyone know if the delay on these is as bad as on the ring doorbells? …Does anyone know if the delay on these is as bad as on the ring doorbells? Would like to be alerted while the intruder is in my house rather than on the way out..



Have you tried giving your doorbell a static IP? Dont think we have any delays here unless the home network fudges up.
TheMonk12324/11/2019 02:33

Have you tried giving your doorbell a static IP? Dont think we have any …Have you tried giving your doorbell a static IP? Dont think we have any delays here unless the home network fudges up.


Hi. No I have not. I would be very grateful if you could please guide me on how to do this. I have a sky router (latest one) and a ring pro. Many thanks!
I want one of these too but refuse to pay the UK pricing at the moment. The USA pricing on these are so much cheaper (evening without any sales).
Bargainhunter19924/11/2019 08:19

I want one of these too but refuse to pay the UK pricing at the moment. …I want one of these too but refuse to pay the UK pricing at the moment. The USA pricing on these are so much cheaper (evening without any sales).


I whish it was the same for oil prices
After buying the doorbell I will never buy another ring product. The doorbell is by far my worst tech purchase... totally useless!
Dark_Destroyer124/11/2019 03:50

Hi. No I have not. I would be very grateful if you could please guide me …Hi. No I have not. I would be very grateful if you could please guide me on how to do this. I have a sky router (latest one) and a ring pro. Many thanks!


I use a home built router so sadly don't know much about the sky router interfaces to guide you, but found this video:



The layout for your device may not be exactly the same, but I think there should be enough similarities there to help. You'll need the MAC address for you doorbell, this is under device health in the ring app. Lastly, after assigning the address you might want to reboot the router to get rid of address conflicts or set the last number to be between 200 and 250 (e.g. 192.168.0.201). Hope that helps and reduces the delay for you. The other thing that may be worth checking is wireless congestion in the area and setting the least used wifi channel in the range of 1-11 (ring products dont support channels 12, 13 afaik). You can do this using apps like Wifi Analyzer on Android. Most routers are set to Auto to try and find the best channel, but this means devices have to 'reconnect' on occasions when the channel is changes. Also worth talking to ring customer support if you still experience issues, found they're often quite helpful, but YMMV.
TheMonk12324/11/2019 12:04

I use a home built router so sadly don't know much about the sky router …I use a home built router so sadly don't know much about the sky router interfaces to guide you, but found this video:[Video] The layout for your device may not be exactly the same, but I think there should be enough similarities there to help. You'll need the MAC address for you doorbell, this is under device health in the ring app. Lastly, after assigning the address you might want to reboot the router to get rid of address conflicts or set the last number to be between 200 and 250 (e.g. 192.168.0.201). Hope that helps and reduces the delay for you. The other thing that may be worth checking is wireless congestion in the area and setting the least used wifi channel in the range of 1-11 (ring products dont support channels 12, 13 afaik). You can do this using apps like Wifi Analyzer on Android. Most routers are set to Auto to try and find the best channel, but this means devices have to 'reconnect' on occasions when the channel is changes. Also worth talking to ring customer support if you still experience issues, found they're often quite helpful, but YMMV.


That is very helpful of you. I will try it. Thank you
I’d rather wait for the price to drop or ask a friend in the US to bring one over
Mrlossy24/11/2019 10:21

After buying the doorbell I will never buy another ring product. The …After buying the doorbell I will never buy another ring product. The doorbell is by far my worst tech purchase... totally useless!


Can you expand on this? Which version band why?
fswings24/11/2019 22:59

Can you expand on this? Which version band why?


It can take up to 45 secs for notifications. The bell will only work in 2.4ghz wireless below channel 9. There are problems with netgear routers. Wifi signal is weak when other devices have full strength, I could go on. Check amazon video doorbell 2 reviews, mine is there with hundreds saying what a useless purchase...
deleted70842223/11/2019 23:25

[Image] £200 in America for exactly the same thing before this get a crazy …[Image] £200 in America for exactly the same thing before this get a crazy amount of heat. Yes it’s the cheapest in the uk but at a 70% extra cost difference. No even Apple is that bad


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$179 now. Not happy with their pricing policy. I wish we get such offer in UK as well.
Rathore27/11/2019 12:38

[Image] $179 now. Not happy with their pricing policy. I wish we get such …[Image] $179 now. Not happy with their pricing policy. I wish we get such offer in UK as well.


They need to make their money first here then will reduce it
Pretty sure the pricing issue has alot to do with HMRC getting their fill...
jj_THEINFAMOUS24/11/2019 14:15

I’d rather wait for the price to drop or ask a friend in the US to bring o …I’d rather wait for the price to drop or ask a friend in the US to bring one over


Don't ask a friend to bring one over. Ring have been adamant that it won't work. This is likely due to the inbuilt SIM for cellular monitoring. The one in the US version is tied to one network (Sprint, maybe) and the one in the UK version is set so that it can hop between mobile providers to find the best signal for your property.
Thanks for posting this deal. Yes, it's more than the system is in the US but this is Hot UK deals, and this is a significant saving over getting the same stuff from Amazon or Ring. This set has the exact number of sensors we need, so I've purchased; will it come down in time? Almost certainly, but it is still cheaper than the equivalent Yale and I need to install before the Xmas break!
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