Ring Pro Doorbell with Chime £170.10 with code @ Argos - Ebay
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Ring Pro Doorbell with Chime £170.10 with code @ Argos - Ebay

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Found 3rd Feb
Reduced in Argos to £189.00 with a further 10% off with code that's still running on their ebay page, PAYDAY10.
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drsleep00009 m ago

Not sure i could pay that just for a doorbell.


Sometimes I wish I could live my life being this clueless
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Not sure i could pay that just for a doorbell.
£179 does it come with a butler ?
drsleep00009 m ago

Not sure i could pay that just for a doorbell.


Sometimes I wish I could live my life being this clueless
Tempted... Heat Added
Edited by: "SD449" 3rd Feb
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jabbatheshed12 m ago

£179 does it come with a butler ?


£170.10 typo, fixed now, if it makes a difference :), have not seen it go this low since release, and is worth the upgrade over the original, and comes bundled with an internal chime too, so it actually functions.... as a normal doorbell!
I like this version much more than the version 1 because it looks much more like a regular doorbell and isn’t as bulky. That said my version 1 has been going strong for over two and a half years so I’ll wait for this to drop a bit lower
From my reading of conditionds and reviewsyou still have fees or the thing does not work as it is supposed too, for this money you would be better installing a full nvr system
tonyd195656 m ago

From my reading of conditionds and reviewsyou still have fees or the thing …From my reading of conditionds and reviewsyou still have fees or the thing does not work as it is supposed too, for this money you would be better installing a full nvr system


Please supply the hardware needed and pricing for a full nvr setup cabable of alerting you when someone presses your doorbell. I’m not talking about motion activation here but the physical act of pressing the doorbell.
Edited by: "jaypr" 3rd Feb
What are the conditions of the lifetime replacement warranty if stolen? Mine would be stuck the upvc frame of my porch? Will the be adequate or does it need to be fixed to a brick wall?
I stated for the money you could have a camera front and back with motion detection for 24/7 and not have to pay any extra . This doorbell pro has a charge of $10 a month to get all the warranties and other features.
Your choice how you want to do it, I am only putting forward a point about extra costs that do not cease
£170 does it play,

Someone's knocking at the door
Somebody's ringing the bell
Do me a favour open the door and let 'em in.
Had one and returned. Good picture , sound is with lots of background noise . All that for 170 plus monthly subscription cost? No thanks
Once again, a product voted cold by neo-Luddites who would prefer to just string a cowbell next to the front door. Yes, this will cost considerably more than that, but it's also a clever and useful security device that will inevitably be widely adopted.

Seems like a good price for this combo, so that makes it hot. My only quibble is that I'd rather pay more for the Chime Pro, which includes a WiFi booster, as many reviews state the camera's WiFi pickup is less than spectacular.

As for the (optional) monthly video storage charge, I believe it's more like $3/month, which is pretty reasonable compared to Google's Nest storage fees.
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skydmarx7 m ago

Once again, a product voted cold by neo-Luddites who would prefer to just …Once again, a product voted cold by neo-Luddites who would prefer to just string a cowbell next to the front door. Yes, this will cost considerably more than that, but it's also a clever and useful security device that will inevitably be widely adopted. Seems like a good price for this combo, so that makes it hot. My only quibble is that I'd rather pay more for the Chime Pro, which includes a WiFi booster, as many reviews state the camera's WiFi pickup is less than spectacular. As for the (optional) monthly video storage charge, I believe it's more like $3/month, which is pretty reasonable compared to Google's Nest storage fees.


You don't even have to opt for the monthly fees if u just want to use it as a doorbell, with the option to answer if your away from home too, subscription fees are just to archive the footage to the cloud right?

First deal I've posted, didn't expect to get voted ice cold, compared to what's its been on the high Street for so long
Silly price for a doorbell/camera system.
So with all these cold votes can someone point me to where i can get this cheaper as I am looking to buy one. Thanks
£170

extra monthly fees due to no mem slot

bonkers
Best price I’ve seen!!ordered! Thanks
Ordered thanks
RareEntitee55 m ago

You don't even have to opt for the monthly fees if u just want to use it …You don't even have to opt for the monthly fees if u just want to use it as a doorbell, with the option to answer if your away from home too, subscription fees are just to archive the footage to the cloud right?First deal I've posted, didn't expect to get voted ice cold, compared to what's its been on the high Street for so long


Do let them grind you down. Some people forget this site is about getting the best price on a product not whether they like it or not. Keep posting
This doesn't deter me one bit
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BritishDragon1 h, 37 m ago

£170extra monthly fees due to no mem slotbonkers


So if your doorbell gets stolen what will happen if there was a memory card in there?
tonyd195652 h, 59 m ago

From my reading of conditionds and reviewsyou still have fees or the thing …From my reading of conditionds and reviewsyou still have fees or the thing does not work as it is supposed too, for this money you would be better installing a full nvr system


Interested in a decent nvr 4 camera set up, any suggestions?
jaypr3 h, 15 m ago

I like this version much more than the version 1 because it looks much …I like this version much more than the version 1 because it looks much more like a regular doorbell and isn’t as bulky. That said my version 1 has been going strong for over two and a half years so I’ll wait for this to drop a bit lower


How's the performance been on your v1 recently, love mine but in the last year or so its been choppy for video and switching to b/w video at dusk, I've thrown everything at it fix wise, contacted tech support, even moved the home phone away from it but nowt.
Maevoric1 h, 27 m ago

How's the performance been on your v1 recently, love mine but in the last …How's the performance been on your v1 recently, love mine but in the last year or so its been choppy for video and switching to b/w video at dusk, I've thrown everything at it fix wise, contacted tech support, even moved the home phone away from it but nowt.


Mine been absolutely fine. It’s is hardwared into a bell/transformer so I’m not sure if that makes any difference. My connection strength and broadband speed are also very good though.I actually paid about £250 for this as I had to import it from the US as they weren’t available in this country at the time.

I still thinks it’s been worth every penny.
tonyd195659 h, 36 m ago

I stated for the money you could have a camera front and back with motion …I stated for the money you could have a camera front and back with motion detection for 24/7 and not have to pay any extra . This doorbell pro has a charge of $10 a month to get all the warranties and other features.Your choice how you want to do it, I am only putting forward a point about extra costs that do not cease


A cctv camera with motion detection cannot do what this device does so why try to compare them? Should point out your wrong about the $10 a month charge too.
Edited by: "jaypr" 3rd Feb
How long this deal on for?
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5Rivers7935 m ago

How long this deal on for?


Think the 10% ebay code got extended till the end of today
Ah, here we go. Someone posts a Ring product on Hot UK Deals and all the clueless / cheapskates vote cold.

No one is asking you to buy these products, so if they don't interest you, then move along, simple!
jaypr19 h, 15 m ago

Mine been absolutely fine. It’s is hardwared into a bell/transformer so I …Mine been absolutely fine. It’s is hardwared into a bell/transformer so I’m not sure if that makes any difference. My connection strength and broadband speed are also very good though.I actually paid about £250 for this as I had to import it from the US as they weren’t available in this country at the time. I still thinks it’s been worth every penny.


Thanks, thought so - still an awesome (essential) product that I now can't live without so will seek a replacement.
jaypr19 h, 20 m ago

A cctv camera with motion detection cannot do what this device does so why …A cctv camera with motion detection cannot do what this device does so why try to compare them? Should point out your wrong about the $10 a month charge too.

shop.ring.com/pag…ans
there is your answer over fees and what you are entitled too.
Edited by: "tonyd19565" 4th Feb
tonyd195652 h, 8 m ago

https://shop.ring.com/pages/protect-plansthere is your answer over fees …https://shop.ring.com/pages/protect-plansthere is your answer over fees and what you are entitled too.


You stated the Ring doorbell pro had a $10 subscription, it doesn’t. $10 a month is for multiple cameras. If like most you only have one doorbell it’s only $3 a month, even for the pro.

Keep going though, I’m sure you’ll get something right soon.
Edited by: "jaypr" 4th Feb
I pointed out It had a fee, think I was still right 1 or 10 cameras so even $30 a year is an extra cost and you have no unlimited warranty, I think I have proved my original point, 3,10 or 30 dollars is still an extra cost
Edited by: "tonyd19565" 5th Feb
tonyd195651 h, 6 m ago

I pointed out It had a fee, think I was still right 1 or 10 cameras so …I pointed out It had a fee, think I was still right 1 or 10 cameras so even $30 a year is an extra cost and you have no unlimited warranty, I think I have proved my original point, 3,10 or 30 dollars is still an extra cost


No, you were trying to dissuade people from getting this product and telling them to get a full cctv nvr system which would be better. But you've yet to provide any information and costs on a cctv alternative that can do the same thing.
Edited by: "jaypr" 5th Feb
No i was not, everyone has their own view I only added cost wise I would plump for something else but as you said you wanted to know who rang your doorbell. As for costs again that is individual taste.
You stated no extra costs so troll somewhere else
tonyd1956526 m ago

No i was not, everyone has their own view I only added cost wise I would …No i was not, everyone has their own view I only added cost wise I would plump for something else but as you said you wanted to know who rang your doorbell. As for costs again that is individual taste.You stated no extra costs so troll somewhere else


Care to share the post where I stated the Ring had "no extra costs". I called you out when you said subscription for the Pro was $10 when it is in fact $3 like all of the other doorbells.

You say "cost wise I would plump for something else" but have yet to offer up any alternative.
Edited by: "jaypr" 5th Feb
Haha, loving the comments about the doorbell. Those of you who live in...say...London might benefit from one. I bought a Ring V1 doorbell and was faced by similar comments from my friends "what? £xxx! for a doorbell?!?!", this was until, thanks to my doorbell I noticed that on three separate occasions, some scumbags were checking to see if my doors were double locked and checking to see if my car doors were unlocked too - the same people have been spotted in other CCTV footage in the area actually committing violent burglaries too. Once I shared this footage with my skeptical friends, they went out and bought some too.

The item isn't just a doorbell - yes you can get a doorbell for less than £20, but does it allow you to speak to people who have rung your doorbell when you're not at home? Does it allow you to see their face and ID before you decide to open the door? Does it alert you that there has been movement in your garden? No it doesn't.

CCTV is a deterrent and yes a balaclava negates it - but what the doorbell has given me is awareness that my home was/is being targeted - so the doorbell has paid for itself in my opinion. Now I would never even dream of not double locking my front door whereas before I was aware I sometimes did.

PS: The annual fee is £25 a year which for cloud storage is reasonable.

You can get yourself a cheap Alcatel phone that makes phone calls and sends texts - but people want iPhones and Galaxy S8s - why, because although it's "just a phone" it offers more than a standard phone - the same principle applies.
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