Ring Doorbell - Satin Nickel £77.43 @ Amazon Warehouse
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Ring Doorbell - Satin Nickel £77.43 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Found 22nd Dec 2017
Warehouse deals usually brand new customer returns products...

  • See and speak with visitors using your smartphone or tablet, whether you're upstairs or across town
  • Not everyone rings the doorbell, so we've included motion sensors to alert you of activity at your home
  • Dual powered: Power your device using the built-in rechargeable battery, or power the device using your existing doorbell wiring
  • Quick and easy setup - have your Ring Video Doorbell mounted and synced to your personal Wi-Fi network in minutes
  • Video Quality 720HD
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Ding dong no deal no heat
Read reviews !!!!!
missed it!!!!! ARGH
Already posted
Still there.
I don t now il go 2 the door
This is used - but good condition
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m4rky20115 m ago

Already posted


NO, This an Amazon Warehouse deal NOT the Amazon Prime deal deal posted, as you can see the prices are different.
Presume this is v1. If so £89.99 at Argos with a £10 voucher for going through voucher codes.co.uk will be a better option for some
fulous3 m ago

NO, This an Amazon Warehouse deal NOT the Amazon Prime deal deal posted, …NO, This an Amazon Warehouse deal NOT the Amazon Prime deal deal posted, as you can see the prices are different.


The warehouse deal was mentioned, chill out a bit
And it’s not a doorbell as it doesn’t actually make a noise... you have to pay more that!
Ding dong! Landlord here
m4rky20114 m ago

And it’s not a doorbell as it doesn’t actually make a noise... you have to …And it’s not a doorbell as it doesn’t actually make a noise... you have to pay more that!


I don’t understand comments like this. This is not a review forum. If you don’t want this product then the price is irrelevant - don’t buy it. But...if you do want this product then this is a good price i.e. a hot deal.

Thanks OP - heat
Isn't that an expensive doorbell?
helenj174 m ago

Isn't that an expensive doorbell?


No
birdseye1724 m ago

I don t now il go 2 the door


2 for each door?
Ding dong your money gone
I know there's no physical bell noise but I'm assuming you're notified by sound on the phone/tablet when someone rings on the doorbell?

Fancy getting this for my grandparents but not sure how they'll get on with a smart phone /tablet...
EN1GMA1 m ago

I know there's no physical bell noise but I'm assuming you're notified by …I know there's no physical bell noise but I'm assuming you're notified by sound on the phone/tablet when someone rings on the doorbell?Fancy getting this for my grandparents but not sure how they'll get on with a smart phone /tablet...


Yes. It will do that.
This deal rings a bell? Lol
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m4rky201137 m ago

And it’s not a doorbell as it doesn’t actually make a noise... you have to …And it’s not a doorbell as it doesn’t actually make a noise... you have to pay more that!


whilist your comment is not relevant for this website, its also FALSE. The bell DOES make a noise both on the bell itself and on your phone. Buying an indoor chime is recommended but not necessary...
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EN1GMA23 m ago

I know there's no physical bell noise but I'm assuming you're notified by …I know there's no physical bell noise but I'm assuming you're notified by sound on the phone/tablet when someone rings on the doorbell?Fancy getting this for my grandparents but not sure how they'll get on with a smart phone /tablet...


The bell DOES make a noise both on the bell itself and on your phone, but the noise on the bell may not be enough if you are in a room far away from the door, so buying a separate chime is recommended. the chime is available from all usual retailers for around £20, its wireless, so you just plug it onto the power socket anywhere in the house.
Ding dong ding dong
One of the simplest of mankind's inventions that works faultlessly so long as there's battery power. Now 'improved' with a large single point of failure called the Internet.

I get the remote viewing stuff totally and I normally love IoT stuff. But relying on the Internet to hear someone is at your door while at home is ridiculous.
birdseye1726 m ago

Ding dong ding dong


It was boring after the first ding dong post let alone 2 more from you contributing nothing to this thread. 🙄
Would have been handy to catch the recent amazon delivery driver who spat on our front door. Lovely pile of phlegm running down it. Amazon customer services, not interested. CCTV shows he was the only person on drive for 40 mins!
666bandit66613 m ago

Would have been handy to catch the recent amazon delivery driver who spat …Would have been handy to catch the recent amazon delivery driver who spat on our front door. Lovely pile of phlegm running down it. Amazon customer services, not interested. CCTV shows he was the only person on drive for 40 mins!


Did the cctv not catch him spitting?
I'll stick to just ignoring knocks on the door.
The last time I checked, you could get £50 off on ring doorbell or cam spotlight on the ring site using code 3ukring50
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wandaluzt1 h, 31 m ago

One of the simplest of mankind's inventions that works faultlessly so long …One of the simplest of mankind's inventions that works faultlessly so long as there's battery power. Now 'improved' with a large single point of failure called the Internet.I get the remote viewing stuff totally and I normally love IoT stuff. But relying on the Internet to hear someone is at your door while at home is ridiculous.


EVERYTHING in this world has got its point of failure. internet itself depends on electricity, Delivery vans depend on petrol, Your TV depends on electricity AND (in most cases nowadays) INTERNET. Your landline depends on BT or your provider's INTERNETWORK

So to say something is ridiculous because it depends on internet, is somewhat ridiculous.

THEN AGAIN, this bell is specifically targeted for those who want to talk to their visitors when they are OUT OF HOME, meaning they can direct a delivery driver or postman with instructions on where to put parcels.

(If like me, you got a smart lock, then you can actually unlock the door remotely and allow the delivery man to put your parcels in the entrance hall, then lock the door after)

The device also has a motion sensor and one may be able to use it as part of home security, connected to a Samsung Smartthings hub and also using IFTTT

I perfectly understand that most of the people who slender this device do not know how to use it, in most cases they would only benefit from it if they hire a knowledgeable person, so this may not be for everyone.....
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vishaljh9 m ago

The last time I checked, you could get £50 off on ring doorbell or cam …The last time I checked, you could get £50 off on ring doorbell or cam spotlight on the ring site using code 3ukring50


Yeah, thats £50 off £159
Knock knock

like, hey haven't you seen my expensive toy button thing?
Err, ok I'll play along, who's there?

Doug

Doug who?

Doug it out to flog on ebay to another sucker
Edited by: "Adult" 22nd Dec 2017
fulous14 m ago

most of the people who slender this device do not know how to use it

That's quite an accent you have there.
Edited by: "Adult" 22nd Dec 2017
EN1GMA49 m ago

Did the cctv not catch him spitting?


CCTV covers driveway from both sides, but not the actual front door which is inside an open porch area
666bandit66620 m ago

CCTV covers driveway from both sides, but not the actual front door which …CCTV covers driveway from both sides, but not the actual front door which is inside an open porch area


Ah, I see.
Why so many customer returns
FatherTed7 m ago

Why so many customer returns


I would tell you, but apparently this isn't a forum for reviews and product feedback
fulous1 h, 16 m ago

EVERYTHING in this world has got its point of failure. internet itself …EVERYTHING in this world has got its point of failure. internet itself depends on electricity, Delivery vans depend on petrol, Your TV depends on electricity AND (in most cases nowadays) INTERNET. Your landline depends on BT or your provider's INTERNETWORKSo to say something is ridiculous because it depends on internet, is somewhat ridiculous.THEN AGAIN, this bell is specifically targeted for those who want to talk to their visitors when they are OUT OF HOME, meaning they can direct a delivery driver or postman with instructions on where to put parcels.(If like me, you got a smart lock, then you can actually unlock the door remotely and allow the delivery man to put your parcels in the entrance hall, then lock the door after)The device also has a motion sensor and one may be able to use it as part of home security, connected to a Samsung Smartthings hub and also using IFTTTI perfectly understand that most of the people who slender this device do not know how to use it, in most cases they would only benefit from it if they hire a knowledgeable person, so this may not be for everyone.....


I wasn't knocking your deal so don't be defensive. It's not ridiculous to say a doorbell having the Internet as an (actually multiple) point of failure is ridiculous at all. It seems you have to pay 24 quid for a 'Ring Chime' for the privilege of having the doorbell ring inside your house if the Internet connection or even the Ring servers are down as has happened recently:

theregister.co.uk/201…ge/
666bandit6667 h, 32 m ago

Would have been handy to catch the recent amazon delivery driver who spat …Would have been handy to catch the recent amazon delivery driver who spat on our front door. Lovely pile of phlegm running down it. Amazon customer services, not interested. CCTV shows he was the only person on drive for 40 mins!


Collect the spit. Take it to a lab. Get a crossbow. You know the rest
Edited by: "Norseg" 23rd Dec 2017
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wandaluzt3 h, 49 m ago

I wasn't knocking your deal so don't be defensive. It's not ridiculous to …I wasn't knocking your deal so don't be defensive. It's not ridiculous to say a doorbell having the Internet as an (actually multiple) point of failure is ridiculous at all. It seems you have to pay 24 quid for a 'Ring Chime' for the privilege of having the doorbell ring inside your house if the Internet connection or even the Ring servers are down as has happened recently:https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/11/01/ring_halloween_outage/


cool, I was just attempting to provide more information that may be helpful for others who may be considering to but (or not) the device.
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