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Ring Smart Door View Cam full HD 1080p, now also £99 at Amazon
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Ring Smart Door View Cam full HD 1080p, now also £99 at Amazon

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Posted 6th Jun

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If you missed the John Lewis deal, Ring Smart Door View Cam full HD 1080p is now £99 at Amazon!

Free P&P, great Amazon service. Ring is owned by Amazon so that helps too I guess.

Features:

The video camera has a 155 degree field of view and records in 1080p Full HD resolution
It’s weather-resistant, operating between -20° and +48° C, so can be confidently installed externally
Motion detection for a fixed zone, with adjustable sensitivity
Customisable privacy settings with Privacy Zones
Powered by built-in rechargeable battery (lasting for 6 to 12 months)
Connects over your home Wi-Fi network
Bank-grade encryption of your data ensures privacy
Works with Alexa devices
Easy to install

With an optional Video Recording Plan (sold separately, available from Ring) you can access your videos anytime, anywhere, save your videos for up to 30 days, and share your videos with friends, family and neighbours.
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Available to buy over 5 interest free payments. Heat for me.
is this the doorbell or a peep hole replacement?
CarwynRoberts06/06/2020 12:02

is this the doorbell or a peep hole replacement?


You fit this in your peep hole, so half of the bell is indoors. The other one is £89 at Amazon but HUKD does not allow it here, it's in Discussions.
cold..requires a upload speed of around 2mb to function properly
I bought one of these from Currys for £95. Did want to buy from Amazon for their easier returns but it was still £119.

If you don't have a mesh system I would advise you bought one otherwise you will probably experience connectivity issues. I bought the TP Link M5 at the same time. Connecting the doorbell to my (NowTV) hub and it was struggling, plus notifications were delayed. Once connected to the mesh after experimenting where I placed them I'm getting a signal strength of 50 or slightly under.

Living on a main road, even with the house set back over 30ft the battery is on 30% after 8 days. If I reduce the motion it doesn't start recording people until they are walking away. I get a lot of people walking by and traffic so didn't expect the battery to last the claimed 3-6 months. I'll be buying a spare and for £20 extra I think it'll be worth it.

Overall I'm pretty happy with it and after 5 days it caught someone snooping around the driveway at 1am in the morning!
neither hot or cold. if its £99 elsewhere then its NOT hot
Pezza2u06/06/2020 12:45

I bought one of these from Currys for £95. Did want to buy from Amazon for …I bought one of these from Currys for £95. Did want to buy from Amazon for their easier returns but it was still £119. If you don't have a mesh system I would advise you bought one otherwise you will probably experience connectivity issues. I bought the TP Link M5 at the same time. Connecting the doorbell to my (NowTV) hub and it was struggling, plus notifications were delayed. Once connected to the mesh after experimenting where I placed them I'm getting a signal strength of 50 or slightly under.Living on a main road, even with the house set back over 30ft the battery is on 30% after 8 days. If I reduce the motion it doesn't start recording people until they are walking away. I get a lot of people walking by and traffic so didn't expect the battery to last the claimed 3-6 months. I'll be buying a spare and for £20 extra I think it'll be worth it.Overall I'm pretty happy with it and after 5 days it caught someone snooping around the driveway at 1am in the morning!


It's a shame battery life hasn't been improved.

I have the original 720p model and the battery life is absoluley pants. Under lockdown I turned the camera and motion sensor off and I still only get 2-3 weeks battery life in simple door bell mode.
Can this be hard wired?
kkms06/06/2020 12:40

cold..requires a upload speed of around 2mb to function properly


2mb! were in 2020 thats nothing my phone does 70mb on 4g and house has 400mb wifi, if you have less than 2mb you must live in a cave
Different product but Ring 2 is £89 At Amazon, HUKD moved my deal in discussions. I prefer the door view.
kkms06/06/2020 12:40

cold..requires a upload speed of around 2mb to function properly


Are you still on a dial up connection?
Edited by: "mario999" 6th Jun
kkms06/06/2020 12:40

cold..requires a upload speed of around 2mb to function properly


So much butt hurt
Honestly I'm surrounded by dumbo's everywhere. How is poor WiFi or internet upload speed in your house a fault of this product?
DCJ8206/06/2020 13:05

2mb! were in 2020 thats nothing my phone does 70mb on 4g and house has …2mb! were in 2020 thats nothing my phone does 70mb on 4g and house has 400mb wifi, if you have less than 2mb you must live in a cave


He said Upload speed.
DCJ8206/06/2020 13:05

2mb! were in 2020 thats nothing my phone does 70mb on 4g and house has …2mb! were in 2020 thats nothing my phone does 70mb on 4g and house has 400mb wifi, if you have less than 2mb you must live in a cave


There's apparently little affinity to the speed of your internet and a good education.

With respect to Ring as a business, it's worth noting their privacy policy has been subject to a lot of scrutiny. In the US they've given access to the Police to people's footage, without consent.

Additionally you need to factor their annual subscription cost to make it useful.
I think I read on a previous thread on one of these that someone who had owned both this and the Google Nest thought the latter was far superior. What does the Nest do that is so much better? Is it latency - which presumably can be improved by having a mesh WiFi system as I do, or is it battery or some thing else?
Quartermass06/06/2020 16:15

I think I read on a previous thread on one of these that someone who had …I think I read on a previous thread on one of these that someone who had owned both this and the Google Nest thought the latter was far superior. What does the Nest do that is so much better? Is it latency - which presumably can be improved by having a mesh WiFi system as I do, or is it battery or some thing else?


The Nest hello & Ring Pro are both superior to any battery operated doorbell purely because both are continuously powered due to the need for them to be hard wired at all times. This means notifications are much faster and customisable motion zones means almost no false alerts.
Have one (Ring 2) but don't need it as a doorbell, but love the motion sensors so want to use it as a surveillance cam higher up the building looking down.
Any ideas of how to attach this to an adjustable angle (like a tripod mount) wall mount?
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