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Ring Doorbell Pro with Chime and Transformer £159.89 at Costco online
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Ring Doorbell Pro with Chime and Transformer £159.89 at Costco online

£159.89£1695%Costco Deals
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Posted 5th Feb

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This is the Ring Pro (which needs hardwiring) Non members need to pay £15 to join but if you are a member then its a good price,

With Full HD 1080p video, two way audio and customisable motion sensors, the Video Doorbell Pro is the most advanced in the Ring range.

Get instant alerts when visitors press your doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors, and see, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone, tablet or PC.

With an ultra-slim design and customisable faceplates, Ring Pro has a finish to match your home and your style.

Features:

  • HD video with two way talk and noise cancellation
  • Custom motion zones with motion activated alerts
  • Infrared night vision
  • Video on demand with Live View
  • Compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and Windows 10 devices
  • Includes 4 interchangeable faceplates - Satin Black, Satin Nickel, Dark Bronze, Satin White
  • Requires existing doorbell wiring
  • Requires minimum upload speed of 1Mbps, 2Mbps recommended
  • Comes with 1 month free Ring Cloud subscription. Simply download the Ring app to register your product to receive this
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Note that the standard Ring also allows an 18v AC transformer for charging it’s battery
This was £145 at Costco before New year
Only £119 on Amazon (prime only) until 10th feb
phillipgregory196805/02/2020 17:04

Only £119 on Amazon (prime only) until 10th feb


That is the standard ring with the rechargeable battery. This one needs hard wiring and is the Ring Pro.
Where does it save the recordings? And if it does, do you have to pay extra (subscription)?
Edited by: "Freebyforever" 5th Feb
Freebyforever05/02/2020 18:05

Where does it save the recordings? And if it does, do you have to pay …Where does it save the recordings? And if it does, do you have to pay extra (subscription)?



Free for 30 days then £25 a year.
clearly nobody's reading the news about Ring...
chamelion05/02/2020 18:53

clearly nobody's reading the news about Ring...



Maybe just protect yourself and turn on two factor authentication.

So called ‘hacks’ from what I’ve read were people who used the same password on multiple sites (any of which could have been compromised) and they didn’t have two factor enabled for ring. If they had it enabled it would have stopped anyone logging in simply by having the credentials. Ring didn’t support this until mid last year, but that’s irrelevant for anyone buying now.

Are you aware of reports where it was suggested people’s accounts were hacked in some other way?
andymg200005/02/2020 19:30

Maybe just protect yourself and turn on two factor authentication.So …Maybe just protect yourself and turn on two factor authentication.So called ‘hacks’ from what I’ve read were people who used the same password on multiple sites (any of which could have been compromised) and they didn’t have two factor enabled for ring. If they had it enabled it would have stopped anyone logging in simply by having the credentials. Ring didn’t support this until mid last year, but that’s irrelevant for anyone buying now. Are you aware of reports where it was suggested people’s accounts were hacked in some other way?


Not hacks. They're sharing your data in very very questionable ways.
chamelion05/02/2020 19:37

Not hacks. They're sharing your data in very very questionable ways.


Didn’t know about that and was just reading now. Not sure I care too much, but I’ve not read in detail about exactly what they are doing. I will be though now!
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