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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) Charcoal plus Ring Video Doorbell - £89 @ Amazon
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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) Charcoal plus Ring Video Doorbell - £89 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Ring Doorbell and free Echo Dot (3rd gen) for £89
Seems to be a decent enough price.
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  • Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is Amazon's most popular smart speaker: now with a fabric design and improved speaker for richer and louder sound.
  • With Echo Dot you can voice control your music: stream songs from Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, TuneIn and others. You can also listen to audiobooks from Audible.
  • When combined with a Ring Video Doorbell you can use Echo Dot to talk to the visitors, when they are pressing your doorbell.
  • Ring Video Doorbell also lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC.
  • You'll get a notification in your Ring app when movement is detected or when visitors press the Doorbell.
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Is this Ring one where the dead girl climbs through the doorbell??
Heisenberg2118/11/2019 12:41

is this 1st or 2nd gen doorbell?


The second generation doorbell is called a Ring 2 so I’m gonna guess it’s a 1!!
Why arnt these bundled with the echo show?
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is this 1st or 2nd gen doorbell?
Is there any reason why the doorbell wouldn’t work in Sweden? (Thinking of getting one?
Heisenberg2118/11/2019 12:41

is this 1st or 2nd gen doorbell?


The second generation doorbell is called a Ring 2 so I’m gonna guess it’s a 1!!
Why arnt these bundled with the echo show?
Lucifer_UK18/11/2019 13:11

Why arnt these bundled with the echo show?


Good question and that’s what I was looking for in the first time after the other Ring Floodlight deal on here.
EdiP418/11/2019 12:43

The second generation doorbell is called a Ring 2 so I’m gonna guess it’s a …The second generation doorbell is called a Ring 2 so I’m gonna guess it’s a 1!!


Yes you are correct, this is Ring first generation not Ring 2
Lucifer_UK18/11/2019 13:11

Why arnt these bundled with the echo show?


I guess the dot acts as the chime so it’s not a bad alternative to having to get your phone out each time it goes off.
So 99p for the dot £88.01 for the Ring Doorbell
tempted, but need a pro...the recording on the 1 is too delayed
I’m on my Fifth Ring 2 now lol, only thing I can say is at least Ring customer service is good.

They just develop random faults every several months
Edited by: "slannmage" 18th Nov 2019
After having the ring then the ring 2 is advise avoiding the ring
mikeszabo2018/11/2019 13:16

I guess the dot acts as the chime so it’s not a bad alternative to having t …I guess the dot acts as the chime so it’s not a bad alternative to having to get your phone out each time it goes off.


It does indeed act as a chime, that's how mine is set up. A dot upstairs and downstairs.
chridt18/11/2019 13:45

After having the ring then the ring 2 is advise avoiding the ring


What are the main differences between the two? I’ve been waiting to buy one for a while but it would be interesting to hear from someone who has owned both.

Ta
chridt18/11/2019 13:45

After having the ring then the ring 2 is advise avoiding the ring


What’s the better alternative?
Is this Ring one where the dead girl climbs through the doorbell??
mikeszabo2018/11/2019 13:16

I guess the dot acts as the chime so it’s not a bad alternative to having t …I guess the dot acts as the chime so it’s not a bad alternative to having to get your phone out each time it goes off.


Alexa literally says “Someone is at the front door”
Edited by: "Taka_nai" 18th Nov 2019
Hsn200018/11/2019 14:07

What’s the better alternative?


The Ring 2 is the better alternative over the Ring
Edited by: "chridt" 18th Nov 2019
mikeszabo2018/11/2019 14:02

What are the main differences between the two? I’ve been waiting to buy o …What are the main differences between the two? I’ve been waiting to buy one for a while but it would be interesting to hear from someone who has owned both. Ta


Image quality....the difference is massive in my experience.
With the Ring you could barely make out the face of the person at the door it was just a blur but with the Ring 2 it’s far better quality.

Taken from a review site....

“The single biggest difference between the two is in video quality. The earlier model outputs a 720p video image while the second-generation doorbell provides 1080p. There's also been some improvements in video processing, because of this the picture from the newer doorbell is significantly better.”

I’d completely agree with it!!
Edited by: "chridt" 18th Nov 2019
Does ring 1 and 2 need chimey seperate?
chridt18/11/2019 15:25

Image quality....the difference is massive in my experience.With the Ring …Image quality....the difference is massive in my experience.With the Ring you could barely make out the face of the person at the door it was just a blur but with the Ring 2 it’s far better quality.Taken from a review site....“The single biggest difference between the two is in video quality. The earlier model outputs a 720p video image while the second-generation doorbell provides 1080p. There's also been some improvements in video processing, because of this the picture from the newer doorbell is significantly better.”I’d completely agree with it!!


That’s ace, thanks
If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for home CCTV systems:

gov.uk/gov…rty

In particular it is going to be very, very difficult for you to avoid invading other people's privacy if your front door has a view of the street.
Good price for the bundle
Good price, but considering when Ring 1 came out, I was expecting at this deal to include Ring 2 instead.
There is a similar deal for the Ring 2 but it’s an extra £10 for the Dot. Still not too bad though.
Reiko918/11/2019 16:02

If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for …If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for home CCTV systems:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-propertyIn particular it is going to be very, very difficult for you to avoid invading other people's privacy if your front door has a view of the street.


since when so the govt enforce this.
mikeszabo2018/11/2019 17:15

There is a similar deal for the Ring 2 but it’s an extra £10 for the Dot. S …There is a similar deal for the Ring 2 but it’s an extra £10 for the Dot. Still not too bad though.


Where did you find this pls?
sheffield78818/11/2019 16:50

Good price, but considering when Ring 1 came out, I was expecting at this …Good price, but considering when Ring 1 came out, I was expecting at this deal to include Ring 2 instead.



Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen, Charcoal) plus Ring Video Doorbell 2 amazon.co.uk/dp/…V7D
extra £100, not £10 haha.
24_bauer_2418/11/2019 17:58

extra £100, not £10 haha.


Ah, I meant £10 more than the regular price of the Ring 2
mikeszabo2018/11/2019 17:54

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen, Charcoal) plus Ring Video Doorbell 2 …Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen, Charcoal) plus Ring Video Doorbell 2 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07V4F2D9M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TQT0Db38S7V7D


Thanks! I was dreaming for a deal with Ring 2 at this price , I'll never pay that price even if it may be good. I believe Ring 1 came out a long time and has some issues, so was expecting to come down in price more. This is a good deal and I would have got R1 if it was £50 without the Dot, got too many smart speakers in the house.
jameswalker45718/11/2019 17:23

since when so the govt enforce this.


Exactly, one of my friends had CCTV that also covered part of the road outside his house. When there was a tragic accident on said road the police were very keen on getting access to the CCTV and not interested in following said guidance
Good price but these things are so big it's a joke, almost as big as your front door
The deal also includes the "venetian bronze" variant if some folks have dark window/door frames like us!
Thanks for posting and a belated welcome to hotukdeals we've added this to the Highlights section
Reiko918/11/2019 16:02

If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for …If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for home CCTV systems:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-propertyIn particular it is going to be very, very difficult for you to avoid invading other people's privacy if your front door has a view of the street.


GDPR and DPA don’t apply to information collected for personal or household use.
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Have a Ring Pro and personally, am very disappointed at the performance. Please do your research before buying this. You have to have a VERY strong WiFi signal for it to work well. Am planning to get the Nest IQ instead based on research and seeing its performance at a friend's house who used to have Ring 2 before he switched over.
Does anyone know of a way to have the display through your tv? On a Fire Stick perhaps?
stesavingexpert18/11/2019 19:03

Exactly, one of my friends had CCTV that also covered part of the road …Exactly, one of my friends had CCTV that also covered part of the road outside his house. When there was a tragic accident on said road the police were very keen on getting access to the CCTV and not interested in following said guidance


Similar scenario at ours! Police just wanted evidence of an incident outside our house.
Reiko918/11/2019 16:02

If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for …If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for home CCTV systems:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-propertyIn particular it is going to be very, very difficult for you to avoid invading other people's privacy if your front door has a view of the street.


Seems pretty wishy-washy as usual and can be summarised as ‘use common sense and don’t spy on your neighbours’. For us as it seems to be the boring, nosey, old couple across the street spying on us not the other way round I’m just going to leave everything as is. All the camera arcs don’t record outside our boundaries anyway.
Reiko918/11/2019 16:02

If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for …If using a Ring doorbell please be aware of the government guidance for home CCTV systems:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-property/domestic-cctv-using-cctv-systems-on-your-propertyIn particular it is going to be very, very difficult for you to avoid invading other people's privacy if your front door has a view of the street.


I can confirm that this is nonsense. I read of a case where this was raised by a neighbor (the two were in a dispute) and then a swift apology given from the police. This is not enforced
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