Ring Doorbell 2 and Ring Chime Pro £157.25 @ Robert Dyas
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Ring Doorbell 2 and Ring Chime Pro £157.25 @ Robert Dyas

£157.25£18917%Robert Dyas Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2017Edited by:"pentelk"
Listed at £185.00 but save 15% with code: VC15


£7.75 cheaper than the last identical bundle HUKD posting for this. Next best price £189 at ao.com.

The Ring Doorbell 2 by itself may be available at £129 but if you also want the Chime Pro (and don't want to piss off Sue) then this seems like a decent deal.
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OoEliteoO10 m ago

Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the …Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the front door thinking there's a strong chance the residents aren't home ..........


You might be on to something. I only ever put mine on the door when I pop out....

Thanks OP - voted hot
Edited by: "BoneyBum" 17th Dec 2017
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The doorbell has been on offer recently at £89 iirc, so with another £50 for the chime pro, can be had for a little less.
Dipbill9 m ago

The doorbell has been on offer recently at £89 iirc, so with another £50 f …The doorbell has been on offer recently at £89 iirc, so with another £50 for the chime pro, can be had for a little less.


Can you provide a link? The Ring Doorbell 2 at £89 would be a cracking deal. Given v1 at £94 (sadly expired) went red hot I am not convinced v2 could be got at less.
Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the front door thinking there's a strong chance the residents aren't home ..........
OoEliteoO10 m ago

Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the …Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the front door thinking there's a strong chance the residents aren't home ..........


You might be on to something. I only ever put mine on the door when I pop out....

Thanks OP - voted hot
Edited by: "BoneyBum" 17th Dec 2017
Dipbill20 m ago

The doorbell has been on offer recently at £89 iirc, so with another £50 f …The doorbell has been on offer recently at £89 iirc, so with another £50 for the chime pro, can be had for a little less.



No it definitely hasn't.
That's the original version.
Different product 720p vs 1080p video for starters.
Edited by: "robo989" 17th Dec 2017
BoneyBum1 m ago

You might be on to something. I only ever put mine on the door when I pop …You might be on to something. I only ever put mine on the door when I pop out....Thanks OP - voted hot


Had to read that twice, lol
robo98914 m ago

No it definitely hasn't.That's the original version.Different product 720p …No it definitely hasn't.That's the original version.Different product 720p vs 1080p video for starters.


I can second this. Got my first generation version (720p) from Amazon warehouse a while back for around £90. This is the newer 1080p version so a cracking deal.

Should really have heat!

Could it be that most of the voters on here have read trump's "the art of the deal"
Edited by: "BoneyBum" 18th Dec 2017
Sorry guys but I have been looking at Ring for a while and I am a bit confused. I do have TP Link wifi extenders all over the house so I dont have any dead zones. does that mean I dont need the Chime/Chime pro?
sam197017 m ago

Sorry guys but I have been looking at Ring for a while and I am a bit …Sorry guys but I have been looking at Ring for a while and I am a bit confused. I do have TP Link wifi extenders all over the house so I dont have any dead zones. does that mean I dont need the Chime/Chime pro?


The chime pro acts as an extender so if you have total coverage already the pro isn’t needed but both act as a doorbell in the house which is really useful anyway but as you say not absolutely essential in your situation. The original ring is great so if that’s a cheaper option the video is still pretty good.
paullj46 m ago

The chime pro acts as an extender so if you have total coverage already …The chime pro acts as an extender so if you have total coverage already the pro isn’t needed but both act as a doorbell in the house which is really useful anyway but as you say not absolutely essential in your situation. The original ring is great so if that’s a cheaper option the video is still pretty good.



Just to add to this - The Chime Pro only acts as an extender for Ring products. A somewhat bizarre design decision.

However, an advantage of the Ring Doorbell 2 over the original is that currently only version 2 is compatible with the Echo Show. Presumably the original will be made compatible shortly though...
Edited by: "pentelk" 18th Dec 2017
Oh heck I bought this version yesterday Ring 8VR1S5-VEU0 Video Doorbell, which is an original. It said on the amazon page it was alexa compatible. Now I've reread it it says 'selected devices'. I bought it to work with the echo show so it might have to go back.
Ring Pro is also compatible with echo show, I have both and it works great
OoEliteoO18 h, 10 m ago

Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the …Is it possible the burglars will now look for houses with these on the front door thinking there's a strong chance the residents aren't home ..........


Is it possible that burglars will now see houses with these on the front door and avoid them as they know they're being recorded on camera.
A lot of the reviewers say the difference between Ring 1 and 2 is very minimal - is the Ring 1 at £99 (Currys) better value?

I have no intention of using the device with Echo Show.
Edited by: "Bobbytallant" 18th Dec 2017
Bobbytallant1 h, 14 m ago

A lot of the reviewers say the difference between Ring 1 and 2 is very …A lot of the reviewers say the difference between Ring 1 and 2 is very minimal - is the Ring 1 at £99 (Currys) better value?I have no intention of using the device with Echo Show.


Not sure there is a right answer - it comes down to personal preference. Basically £30 more for v2 currently. For that additional cost you get:
- 1080p vs 720p
- detachable battery
- two face plates
- presumably better enhancement focus (eg new Alexa compatibility)
- a wider lense video I believe
- apparently slightly more control over motion detection

Certainly not revolutionary, but if you are forking out £100 for a doorbell then potentially enough to tempt you to fork out another £30.
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