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Ring Alarm 9 Piece Kit with Ring Indoor Cam

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Ring Alarm, a smarter way to protect your property from the inside out. Get notifications on your smartphone when someone enters a room, opens a window or sets off the siren.
Ring Alarm is an affordable solution for comprehensive home security. No long-term commitments or cancellation fees.
Easily set up Ring Alarm yourself in minutes, without tools or professional installation.
Ring Alarm puts comprehensive home security at your fingertips. Manage Ring Alarm and your other Ring products, all from the free Ring app.
Ring Indoor Cam, compact plug-in indoor camera that lets you see, hear and speak to people and pets from your phone, tablet or select Echo devices.
Watch over your entire home by connecting one or multiple Indoor Cams to all of your Ring devices in the Ring app.
Get notifications whenever motion is detected by adjusting your Motion Detection settings.
With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app.
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Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone got the alarm system and can comment on how good it is?
KevClark198505/04/2020 22:03

Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone …Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone got the alarm system and can comment on how good it is?


Got ring door bell pro for a months now, and had alarm delivered today... door bell is worth it. Soon as someone comes near door i get a sound notification even in bell isnt pressed. The alarm so far is good. One sensor is faulty and stuck on door closed . Amazon refunding me for that. The alarm is scary loud. . I dont plan on paying subscription. Never paid it with the door bell. I think both worthy if you get them on a deal. I didnt want drilling and holes in my newly plastered walls. Also i like instant notifications and the ring alarm does just that. Make sure you plan on sensors you require. I purchased the package with 7 for £239
KevClark198505/04/2020 22:03

Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone …Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone got the alarm system and can comment on how good it is?


I've got the alarm kit and for me it's so far so good. Not had any problems.

Earlier this week, my brother accidentally triggered the alarm (was armed/home mode) when he opened the back door. The siren is really loud! When the alarm was triggered I pretty much straight away got a notification on my phone, an email and a phone call.
ALBDeals05/04/2020 22:14

Got ring door bell pro for a months now, and had alarm delivered today... …Got ring door bell pro for a months now, and had alarm delivered today... door bell is worth it. Soon as someone comes near door i get a sound notification even in bell isnt pressed. The alarm so far is good. One sensor is faulty and stuck on door closed . Amazon refunding me for that. The alarm is scary loud. . I dont plan on paying subscription. Never paid it with the door bell. I think both worthy if you get them on a deal. I didnt want drilling and holes in my newly plastered walls. Also i like instant notifications and the ring alarm does just that. Make sure you plan on sensors you require. I purchased the package with 7 for £239


Thanks for the feedback. I quite like the pro but just moved into a new build and no existing door bell to just hook up to for power, so think It’s probably easier to go for a battery one than get a transformer installed. The new doorbell 3 looks like it could be a contender. Didn’t realise it had a loud audible alarm. That’s made it more enticing to get. Just feels like this is a better option than getting the house alarms that most people pay silly money for...
prankz2k05/04/2020 22:21

I've got the alarm kit and for me it's so far so good. Not had any …I've got the alarm kit and for me it's so far so good. Not had any problems.Earlier this week, my brother accidentally triggered the alarm (was armed/home mode) when he opened the back door. The siren is really loud! When the alarm was triggered I pretty much straight away got a notification on my phone, an email and a phone call.


Thanks. Sounds like it could be a winner then. For the door sensors, I have French doors in the living room out to the back. Would I need a sensor for each door? Or would one cover both?
KevClark198505/04/2020 22:27

Thanks for the feedback. I quite like the pro but just moved into a new …Thanks for the feedback. I quite like the pro but just moved into a new build and no existing door bell to just hook up to for power, so think It’s probably easier to go for a battery one than get a transformer installed. The new doorbell 3 looks like it could be a contender. Didn’t realise it had a loud audible alarm. That’s made it more enticing to get. Just feels like this is a better option than getting the house alarms that most people pay silly money for...



I paid an electrician £80 to install ring bell for me. I really didnt want to have to keep changing batteries. Might be worth asking an electrician for a quote even without door bell purchased. They will tell you how they can install.


As for the alarm i think for £200 ish it is well worth it. I tested it today and i was expecting the alarm and it still scarily loud. A burglar would their pants with that alarm going off.

Only downside i had was one door sensor is faulty straight out the box. I dont know how good the sensors are in terms or reliability or battery usage. Also the alarm itself is also battery powered so even if you get a power cut it will still stay on and notify you about a power cut. If you paid the subscription then you will get a call if alarm activates.
Edited by: "ALBDeals" 5th Apr
ALBDeals05/04/2020 22:50

I paid an electrician £80 to install ring bell for me. I really didnt …I paid an electrician £80 to install ring bell for me. I really didnt want to have to keep changing batteries. Might be worth asking an electrician for a quote even without door bell purchased. They will tell you how they can install. As for the alarm i think for £200 ish it is well worth it. I tested it today and i was expecting the alarm and it still scarily loud. A burglar would their pants with that alarm going off. Only downside i had was one door sensor is faulty straight out the box. I dont know how good the sensors are in terms or reliability or battery usage. Also the alarm itself is also battery powered so even if you get a power cut it will still stay on and notify you about a power cut. If you paid the subscription then you will get a call if alarm activates.


You can buy power supply from ring for about £30 and install yourself no need electrician.
Just a tip. Power supply plugs in to socket.
hey_jo05/04/2020 22:56

You can buy power supply from ring for about £30 and install yourself no …You can buy power supply from ring for about £30 and install yourself no need electrician.Just a tip. Power supply plugs in to socket.


Hi. Yes i have seen those also. Or probably cheaper power supply from non ring manufacturers for half that... i wanted a professional install. No plugs no wires to be seen anywhere. Thanks
ALBDeals05/04/2020 22:59

Hi. Yes i have seen those also. Or probably cheaper power supply from …Hi. Yes i have seen those also. Or probably cheaper power supply from non ring manufacturers for half that... i wanted a professional install. No plugs no wires to be seen anywhere. Thanks


With cheap ones it's like a lottery. It might work it might not. Need to be careful with them.
I did the same had electrician around much better.
But there will be people looking for cheaper options so it's for them.
KevClark198505/04/2020 22:03

Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone …Been thinking about getting a ring doorbell and this alarm system. Anyone got the alarm system and can comment on how good it is?


I've had the alarm for a few months now. Initially bought the Simplisafe one but then had a think and realised paying about 3 times the amount per month just so someone can call me of the alarm goes off. The Ring one cuts out the call centre and calls me instead. I then have cameras (not Ring) ones to see if everything's ok. As I have the Ring doorbell the additional cost of the alarm monthly was about £5.50 I think. I bought the starter pack and had to buy 4-5 extra door sensors which soon add up. Ideally you'd have a door sensor on all the windows too but that would £100s extra. Also have the motion sensor in the hallway.
I arm it when out obviously but also during the night. The home mode disables the hallway motion sensor and just arms the door sensors.
ALBDeals05/04/2020 22:50

I paid an electrician £80 to install ring bell for me. I really didnt …I paid an electrician £80 to install ring bell for me. I really didnt want to have to keep changing batteries. Might be worth asking an electrician for a quote even without door bell purchased. They will tell you how they can install. As for the alarm i think for £200 ish it is well worth it. I tested it today and i was expecting the alarm and it still scarily loud. A burglar would their pants with that alarm going off. Only downside i had was one door sensor is faulty straight out the box. I dont know how good the sensors are in terms or reliability or battery usage. Also the alarm itself is also battery powered so even if you get a power cut it will still stay on and notify you about a power cut. If you paid the subscription then you will get a call if alarm activates.


Hmm £80 isn’t so bad I guess. Maybe worth getting some quotes as if I did get the battery powered I would likely spend £30 on a 2nd battery. Read some reviews say the battery lasts 1 month and others say 5 months. If it was nearer 5 months I wouldn’t mind changing the battery and charging it. Every month though would get annoying.
KevClark198505/04/2020 23:58

Hmm £80 isn’t so bad I guess. Maybe worth getting some quotes as if I did g …Hmm £80 isn’t so bad I guess. Maybe worth getting some quotes as if I did get the battery powered I would likely spend £30 on a 2nd battery. Read some reviews say the battery lasts 1 month and others say 5 months. If it was nearer 5 months I wouldn’t mind changing the battery and charging it. Every month though would get annoying.


Battery life depends on your property for example my house is at the back of a cul de sac and faces the side of my garage. No passing pedestrians or traffic so never gets triggered by anything other that people coming to me door. If you had a front door facing the street which was quite busy then the doorbell would be recording a lot more often. My battery lasts a good few months. When it does need to be charged it takes ages so during that time unless you buy a spare then you have no doorbell. Definitely worth getting it powered.
Your mileage may vary. We have 2 ring pros. Frequently I get notifications appreciably delayed. I can be out of the driveway and driving down the road as my phone starts buzzing a notification at me.

I bought nest security cameras rather than adding to my ring system.
Jimmyboy05/04/2020 23:57

I've had the alarm for a few months now. Initially bought the Simplisafe …I've had the alarm for a few months now. Initially bought the Simplisafe one but then had a think and realised paying about 3 times the amount per month just so someone can call me of the alarm goes off. The Ring one cuts out the call centre and calls me instead. I then have cameras (not Ring) ones to see if everything's ok. As I have the Ring doorbell the additional cost of the alarm monthly was about £5.50 I think. I bought the starter pack and had to buy 4-5 extra door sensors which soon add up. Ideally you'd have a door sensor on all the windows too but that would £100s extra. Also have the motion sensor in the hallway. I arm it when out obviously but also during the night. The home mode disables the hallway motion sensor and just arms the door sensors.


I only have 1 door sensor but just worndering. Wouldnt the motion sensor be better anyway? At least if someone breaks glass alarm would go off still
I'm not sure if the motion sensor would know if glass was broken. It's on when I go out anyway. In America it integrates with Amazon Echo which listens for breaking glass. For some reason it doesn't do this on the UK yet
KevClark198505/04/2020 23:58

Hmm £80 isn’t so bad I guess. Maybe worth getting some quotes as if I did g …Hmm £80 isn’t so bad I guess. Maybe worth getting some quotes as if I did get the battery powered I would likely spend £30 on a 2nd battery. Read some reviews say the battery lasts 1 month and others say 5 months. If it was nearer 5 months I wouldn’t mind changing the battery and charging it. Every month though would get annoying.



My battery lasted abpout 2 weeks each time. By the end of the third charge I thought "forget this" and bought a £8 power adaptor from the web, ran it out under the front door and up the side, and it's been great ever since. Life is too short to be charging your doorbell (which requires taking the face off with a fiddle little allen key, and removing it from the bell- plus it takes ages to charge). It was more hassle than owning a hamster.
Jules_HT06/04/2020 09:20

My battery lasted abpout 2 weeks each time. By the end of the third charge …My battery lasted abpout 2 weeks each time. By the end of the third charge I thought "forget this" and bought a £8 power adaptor from the web, ran it out under the front door and up the side, and it's been great ever since. Life is too short to be charging your doorbell (which requires taking the face off with a fiddle little allen key, and removing it from the bell- plus it takes ages to charge). It was more hassle than owning a hamster.


My faceplate comes off just by pulling, no tools required. I do agree though much better to be hardwired. Also you can enable HDR and live view without having to worry about the battery running low.
One thing I wish Ring would do is increase the recording time with an option of 24/7. Obviously the doorbell doubles as a security camera but only records movement. When movement occurs it takes a few seconds to actually start recording so tend to miss some of it.
One thing I highly recommend which a lot of people don't know about is downloading an app called Rapid Ring. It's an official app from Ring and cuts out all of the settings etc and is just for answering the doorbell. Opens in a second rather than 5 seconds or so for the normal Ring app.
Nice one Jimmyboy, have just installed that.
Jules_HT06/04/2020 11:51

Nice one Jimmyboy, have just installed that.


With the standard app I would find the person would have often walked away by the time the app opened and displayed the live video
Yeah so did I when I was out of the house. I did find it acted as a decent relay for when I was in though, and couldn't hear the chime. Early impressions of this app are good - we had someone come to the door and it actually registered two rings in quick succession which I don't think I've seen before, and it was pretty instantaneous.Like I said, nice one. I'd recommend others follow your advice too.
Jules_HT06/04/2020 13:49

Yeah so did I when I was out of the house. I did find it acted as a decent …Yeah so did I when I was out of the house. I did find it acted as a decent relay for when I was in though, and couldn't hear the chime. Early impressions of this app are good - we had someone come to the door and it actually registered two rings in quick succession which I don't think I've seen before, and it was pretty instantaneous.Like I said, nice one. I'd recommend others follow your advice too.


One other thing to add, once you have the Rapid Ring app installed turn off notifications from the main Ring app. Otherwise you end up with double notifications every time.
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