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Ring Battery Stick Up Camera (Gen 3) Duo Pack £132.99 Costco
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Ring Battery Stick Up Camera (Gen 3) Duo Pack £132.99 Costco

£132.99£1384%Costco Deals
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Posted 6th Feb

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Works out cheaper than Amazon if you're buying more than a single camera and you have a Costco membership. Still waiting for the battery spotlight to come down in price.



Ring Battery Stick Up Camera (Gen 3) Duo Pack

  • See, hear and speak to people and pets from your phone, tablet or select Echo device with Stick Up Cam Battery, a battery-powered camera that can be mounted anywhere, indoors or outdoors.
  • With Live View, you can check on your home any time through the Ring app.
  • Get notifications whenever motion is detected by adjusting your Motion Detection settings.
  • Place it anywhere: indoors or outdoors, on flat surfaces or mount it to a wall.
  • Watch over your entire home by connecting one or multiple Stick Up Cams to all of your Ring devices in the Ring app.
  • Easily set up your Stick Up Cam in just a few minutes.
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Is in store price different? Bought early January
Nickyleon , where does it say anyone's been into a store for a price ?
Nickyleon06/02/2020 10:45

Is in store price different? Bought early January


Give your local branch a call I suspect its the same as online - offer started yesterday.
Argh paid £160 for this just after Christmas!!
GordonGekko06/02/2020 11:32

Argh paid £160 for this just after Christmas!!


Oh you mean £160 for 2 stick up cams?

I’ve had one when first released bought from amazon , I’ve got doorbell and spotlight cam ; both of which are battery & have been fine for over 2 years.

This stick up cam funny being closer to router and less walls in between , (has a RSI if 45 which is pretty good) but it has issues in live viewing , a lot of the time takes ages losing and sometimes doesn’t ; so not sure but hasn’t been as efffective as my doorbell or spotlight cam. Strange
Edited by: "Ru4real" 6th Feb
tomminator06/02/2020 10:55

Nickyleon , where does it say anyone's been into a store for a price ?


That’s what they are asking !
Ru4real06/02/2020 12:42

Oh you mean £160 for 2 stick up cams?I’ve had one when first released bo …Oh you mean £160 for 2 stick up cams?I’ve had one when first released bought from amazon , I’ve got doorbell and spotlight cam ; both of which are battery & have been fine for over 2 years.This stick up cam funny being closer to router and less walls in between , (has a RSI if 45 which is pretty good) but it has issues in live viewing , a lot of the time takes ages losing and sometimes doesn’t ; so not sure but hasn’t been as efffective as my doorbell or spotlight cam. Strange


I have a wired spotlight and it’s impossible to get a live view when someone is there. It just says video is processing. I don’t have the doorbell but can assume it has the same problems
GordonGekko06/02/2020 11:32

Argh paid £160 for this just after Christmas!!


Did you order online? I'm sure they have a price promise within certain period of time they'll refund the difference.
GordonGekko06/02/2020 14:28

I have a wired spotlight and it’s impossible to get a live view when s …I have a wired spotlight and it’s impossible to get a live view when someone is there. It just says video is processing. I don’t have the doorbell but can assume it has the same problems


You may need to change channel on your router I know mine was a pain when I had it set on a certain channel but stuck it on 6 2,4ghz and hey presto it worked.. very strange I know but hey ho. Might be worth trying to connect it to your wifi guest account if you have one set up as this sometimes helps as well.
Daddypig4006/02/2020 12:08

Are they any good??


They’re ok but it’s not very adjustable. The newer version has a better stand on it
If your thinking of buying, you may want to read this first:

Link now corrected and checked.
bbc.co.uk/new…476
Edited by: "B1T" 7th Feb
B1T06/02/2020 22:50

If your thinking of buying, you may want to read this …If your thinking of buying, you may want to read this first:https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-5128147


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I started out using the ring products but had loads of issues with wifi and by the time it showed the feed person was gone or you would see the back of them...moved to Nest and i have never looked back, i've honestly not had any issues in the 18 months i've switched.
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