Ring Full HD 1080p Video Doorbell 2 with Chime £134.89 @ Costco
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Ring Full HD 1080p Video Doorbell 2 with Chime £134.89 @ Costco

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See, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone, tablet or PC. Plug in the Ring Chime to any standard power outlet to receive Ring notifications via Wi-Fi anywhere in your home.

Get instant alerts when visitors press your doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors. Then use the Ring app to see, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone, tablet or PC. Disable the Ring Chime for times when you want peace and quiet.

Ring lets you customise your motion sensors, so you’ll always be the first to know when you have a visitor. With infrared night vision and a weather-resistant design, you can monitor your home around the clock – day or night, rain or shine.

Power your Video Doorbell with its built-in rechargeable battery, or connect it to your existing doorbell wiring for a non-stop charge.

With customisable face plates, the Ring Video Door Bell 2 has a finish to match your home and your style.

Features:

  • Full HD 1080p video with two-way talk and noise cancellation
  • Motion activated alerts for your customised motion zones
  • Infrared night vision
  • Dual power options - rechargeable battery or existing doorbell wiring
  • Set a custom volume in the Ring app for your Ring Chime
  • Includes 2 interchangeable faceplates - Satin White and Satin Black
  • One battery is included

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neversay2 h, 5 m ago

Yes, there's a value case for some people (security, living overseas, etc) …Yes, there's a value case for some people (security, living overseas, etc) but for everyone else: imagine giving £1 each to the next 135 people who ring your doorbell. Then ask yourself if it's worth it for the benefits it brings.


This makes no sense dude.
Still holding out for a slimmer model like the pro version as these look like a brick taped to the wall.
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I use this doorbell myself and it's actually really good/handy
Only downside is, not knowing there was a subscription before I got it, so you have to set that up after the 30 day free trial.
did someone mention free 6 month's cloud subscription with this deal?
h4music12 m ago

did someone mention free 6 month's cloud subscription with this deal?


Not with this one. But wait until Monday.
Same deal slightly cheaper £131 ish plus 6 months cloud free
GamerTales1 h, 42 m ago

I use this doorbell myself and it's actually really good/handy Only …I use this doorbell myself and it's actually really good/handy Only downside is, not knowing there was a subscription before I got it, so you have to set that up after the 30 day free trial.


Does it capture video quickly alot of the YouTube video reviews are saying that this is too slow to act and by the time it starts recording or takes a picture the person has already left :/
Still holding out for a slimmer model like the pro version as these look like a brick taped to the wall.
888eyeball13 m ago

Does it capture video quickly alot of the YouTube video reviews are saying …Does it capture video quickly alot of the YouTube video reviews are saying that this is too slow to act and by the time it starts recording or takes a picture the person has already left :/


Can be dependent on broadband connection as to how quick they kick in.
Yes, there's a value case for some people (security, living overseas, etc) but for everyone else: imagine giving £1 each to the next 135 people who ring your doorbell. Then ask yourself if it's worth it for the benefits it brings.
encaser8 m ago

Can be dependent on broadband connection as to how quick they kick in.


That's real security concern, lm currently looking at the Elite and Hello, as 1 has Poe and the other recorders 24/7, but there also others factors involved before l make my choice, the new generation that will be released in q2/3.
Slightly cheaper at BT at £133.99 for same bundle with standard chime
shop.bt.com/pro…a29
888eyeball38 m ago

Does it capture video quickly alot of the YouTube video reviews are saying …Does it capture video quickly alot of the YouTube video reviews are saying that this is too slow to act and by the time it starts recording or takes a picture the person has already left :/


Mine is fine! It usually just refresh it once after a minute or 2 and the video is there the live video isn’t too bad either. Quality isn’t too amazing but you can see who is at your door ^_^
You have the wrong picture showing the one at Costco has the standard chime you’re picture shows the chime pro !
I’ve had this 2 years now.
This is excellent FOR ME , but I’ve read reviews that’s it’s not been good for others.

After reading above, few points to mention as advise:

- the chime pro has a built in WiFi extender in it (hence those mini aerials) as oppose to the standard chime . Otherwise Both are chimes whose volumes and tones can be adjusted / changed.

Saying that, I don’t use my chime pro for its WiFi extender as it causes video lagging (important to mention no time delay with notifications though) , but when I connect my doorbell to the house WiFi directly, there’s no video lag. However funnily, the ring measures interference connection with RSI and the lower this number is, the better the connection is meant to be, but although my chime pro has a lower RSI (meaning lower interference) , like I said above it creates a video lag.

- the connection to your router depends on few things, which can make it hit or miss. E.g distance of router to doorbell, thick masonry walls , porches etc all the above affects connevtivity and therefore performance.

You could therefore have super fast broadband but due to house structure and thick walls etc, you may find the connection poor and not performing. I’ve read many reviews on this.

Saying that, again funnily , It says I got an OK to POOR connectivity rating when connected to my house WiFi directly, but performance is second to none-no issues in anything.

- the app is very good, always improving with new features. Responsive so all good there.

- customer service is quite good, always available round the clock and recently they replaced my doorbell free of charge eve after 2yrs due to it draining the battery excessively.

- you can buy spare batteries so it’s always on whist others recharging.

- battery version takes around 10% a week (that’s from my findings now)

All in all, good product if it works well.
neversay2 h, 5 m ago

Yes, there's a value case for some people (security, living overseas, etc) …Yes, there's a value case for some people (security, living overseas, etc) but for everyone else: imagine giving £1 each to the next 135 people who ring your doorbell. Then ask yourself if it's worth it for the benefits it brings.


This makes no sense dude.
Robbo7719 m ago

This makes no sense dude.

Simply trying to get people to visualise their 'cost per use' of a very expensive doorbell.
encaser2 h, 34 m ago

Can be dependent on broadband connection as to how quick they kick in.


Mine works instantly, when live stream its in real time. It depends on your broadband connection, I would suggest you need about 10 mbps upload speed, upload speed is most important for live viewing and instant notifications. Most fibre Internet companies offer more then that now so there shouldn't be any lag. If you have poor WiFi get the extender
Been doing a load of reading about the V2 and in particular hardwiring it when there's no existing doorbell wiring in place. All the information seems to point to getting what amounts to a standard 18V AC transformer to plug into the wall but a need to wire in what appears to be a hefty resistor. Just wondering if anyone has done this and how they've gone about it (the idea of a 5m cable with an exposed chunky aluminium cased resistor seems a bit rough and ready).
swfarrington2 h, 46 m ago

Been doing a load of reading about the V2 and in particular hardwiring it …Been doing a load of reading about the V2 and in particular hardwiring it when there's no existing doorbell wiring in place. All the information seems to point to getting what amounts to a standard 18V AC transformer to plug into the wall but a need to wire in what appears to be a hefty resistor. Just wondering if anyone has done this and how they've gone about it (the idea of a 5m cable with an exposed chunky aluminium cased resistor seems a bit rough and ready).

The Ring 2 operates between 8-24V AC so you can either buy one of these.

amazon.co.uk/Doo…Q5F

or one of these. A Byron 776 which is a mechanical doorbell chime with a transformer built in. The chime will sound when the button is pressed.

amazon.co.uk/Byr…9ZU

No need for any resistors with these options. My Ring V1 has been hardwired into a Byron 776 continually now for nearly 4 years now with no issues. A Ring 2 will have no issues using either of these options too.
Edited by: "jaypr" 9th Apr
GamerTales22 h, 8 m ago

I use this doorbell myself and it's actually really good/handy Only …I use this doorbell myself and it's actually really good/handy Only downside is, not knowing there was a subscription before I got it, so you have to set that up after the 30 day free trial.


Isn't there a free cloud option where you can't view your recordings or alerts afterwards?
ouzair9th Apr

Slightly cheaper at BT at £133.99 for same bundle with standard …Slightly cheaper at BT at £133.99 for same bundle with standard chimehttps://shop.bt.com/products/ring-video-doorbell-2-8vr1s7-0eu0-D3LW.html?ReferrerID=PK00&utm_source=retention+email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=easter+deals+090419&utm_content=PK00&referrerid=ZA00&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_content=ZA00&awc=3043_1554823654_a15a7105f1c70832c1cc54e9ad0daa29


The price has now dropped but its Just the doorbell, no chime
ouzair9th Apr

Slightly cheaper at BT at £133.99 for same bundle with standard …Slightly cheaper at BT at £133.99 for same bundle with standard chimehttps://shop.bt.com/products/ring-video-doorbell-2-8vr1s7-0eu0-D3LW.html?ReferrerID=PK00&utm_source=retention+email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=easter+deals+090419&utm_content=PK00&referrerid=ZA00&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_content=ZA00&awc=3043_1554823654_a15a7105f1c70832c1cc54e9ad0daa29


Not the chime included which costs around £25-30
johnny0079th Apr

Not with this one. But wait until Monday. Same deal slightly cheaper £131 …Not with this one. But wait until Monday. Same deal slightly cheaper £131 ish plus 6 months cloud free


Will this go live today with the 6 months free cloud service? Thanks
No mention of the six months 😩
I like the way they advertise it as being able to fool potential burglars that you’re at home. Because burglars don’t watch tv and can’t read the logo on the device.
tobycgraham27 m ago

No mention of the six months 😩


It definitely mentions the 6 months on the PDF email attachment COSTCO sent out today.
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neversay9th Apr

Simply trying to get people to visualise their 'cost per use' of a very …Simply trying to get people to visualise their 'cost per use' of a very expensive doorbell.


FYI it could be 0 to an infinite amount of uses so could be £135 for 0-1 use or super cheap!
How much is the monthly subscription?
gg1pl11 m ago

FYI it could be 0 to an infinite amount of uses so could be £135 for 0-1 …FYI it could be 0 to an infinite amount of uses so could be £135 for 0-1 use or super cheap!

Obvs
Will come in handy to tell the TV licence goons to do one when they come around harassing you...
I noticed from today the offer is £131.98 which also includes the 6 month subscription.
I would of thought this would be live by now
Are these difficult to fit?
My friend recently installed one of these and the delay between ringing the doorbell and the notification is horrendous. As a motion sensor I can see the benefit but as a doorbell... forget it
Lostaing2 h, 50 m ago

Are these difficult to fit?


No. It’s very easy to install. But tbh, most wifi doorbell cameras are easy to install.
5erge2 h, 8 m ago

My friend recently installed one of these and the delay between ringing …My friend recently installed one of these and the delay between ringing the doorbell and the notification is horrendous. As a motion sensor I can see the benefit but as a doorbell... forget it


True. This is one of the downsides to the Ring doorbell. But it is partially down to your wifi connection. Some wifi doorbells don’t like working on 5ghz wifi, so its worth trying to spliting your wifi if you find it slow.
This is not for the chime pro although thats whats in the picture so just be mindful of that 😬
neversay9th Apr

Simply trying to get people to visualise their 'cost per use' of a very …Simply trying to get people to visualise their 'cost per use' of a very expensive doorbell.


Can tell you don’t do business cases for a living.

Firstly you’re assuming a fixed number of rings at 135

Secondly you are ignoring the very real tangible cost reduction of not having to go to parcel depots, not just fuel but wear and tear on vehicle, reduced risk of not travelling and whatever you value your own time at.

Thirdly you are assuming that there is no value derived by people viewing their front door camera when they are out at work.

Fourthly you are ignoring the risk reduction of undesirables knowing that their presence has been detected. Average burglary cost is £3400. I have deterred three separate incidents and I live in a semi affluent suburb.

Also - do you really assess the “cost per use” of everything you buy? It’s a very inefficient way of deriving value
Surely there must be am equivalent where you don't pay a stupid subscription, honestly can't believe people tolerate a subscription a DOORBELL
Mine from Costco came with 6 month free subscription. Bought in January
centaurandrew1 h, 7 m ago

Can tell you don’t do business cases for a living. Firstly you’re assuming …Can tell you don’t do business cases for a living. Firstly you’re assuming a fixed number of rings at 135Secondly you are ignoring the very real tangible cost reduction of not having to go to parcel depots, not just fuel but wear and tear on vehicle, reduced risk of not travelling and whatever you value your own time at.Thirdly you are assuming that there is no value derived by people viewing their front door camera when they are out at work.Fourthly you are ignoring the risk reduction of undesirables knowing that their presence has been detected. Average burglary cost is £3400. I have deterred three separate incidents and I live in a semi affluent suburb. Also - do you really assess the “cost per use” of everything you buy? It’s a very inefficient way of deriving value


What a comprehensive and logical response. Bravo.

Hopefully that will be the end of his nonsense.
TheOak1 h, 30 m ago

Surely there must be am equivalent where you don't pay a stupid …Surely there must be am equivalent where you don't pay a stupid subscription, honestly can't believe people tolerate a subscription a DOORBELL


Yes it’s a doorbell but it’s also a motion detection CCTV system for your front door which stores footage to the cloud.

It’s funny how folks are happy to pay considerably more for Netflix, Spotify, Apple Music, Sky, Virgin media, Deezer, Amazon Prime Video/Music or any phone contract plus all manor of other toot but at £24 annually or less than 7p a day for the Ring subscription and they’re outraged.
jaypr6 m ago

Yes it’s a doorbell but it’s also a motion detection CCTV system for your f …Yes it’s a doorbell but it’s also a motion detection CCTV system for your front door which stores footage to the cloud. It’s funny how folks are happy to pay considerably more for Netflix, Spotify, Apple Music, Sky, Virgin media, Deezer, Amazon Prime Video/Music or any phone contract plus all manor of other toot but at £24 annually or less than 7p a day for the Ring subscription and they’re outraged.


It's a doorbell(!) you can't seriously be comparing music, film, and mobile phones with a doorbell subscription?!
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