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39888420-cSBYo.jpgOn my way....
Check the packaging , If it states FULL HD or 1080p on it .. Contact Ring on Twitter and let them know how disappointing that they lied on the packaging ... They upgrade you to a RING2 for free
CursedNaruto12/02/2020 05:08

Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even …Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even worth people's money.


Ours is brilliant, really clear picture. I'm recommending to everyone. Great price but yellow sticker is store specific
squibski12/02/2020 09:05

I have this model. Apart from having to recharge the battery every 2 …I have this model. Apart from having to recharge the battery every 2 weeks, it's good



Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and do that. Didn't even have to drill anything - just ran it under the door and up the edge of the door frame loose and it's fine. Took less time than installing the doorberll. You do need a plug somewhere near the door. Doesn't even matter which way you wire the wires up - can't go wrong. My only warning is that it took about an hour to show on the app as being on mains power rather than battery, during which I thought I'd made a mess of it (until I found someone else on the internet saying the same thing).

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Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even worth people's money.
I've had one for two years, does me fine, at that price it's a bargain.
Surely you bought it?
CursedNaruto12/02/2020 05:08

Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even …Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even worth people's money.


Ours is brilliant, really clear picture. I'm recommending to everyone. Great price but yellow sticker is store specific
Bargain of the century
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gill81uk12/02/2020 07:46

Ours is brilliant, really clear picture. I'm recommending to everyone. …Ours is brilliant, really clear picture. I'm recommending to everyone. Great price but yellow sticker is store specific


Well it's clearish but makes me want to puke like the camera for when you play as the alien in alien vs predator which is funny because a copycat camera looked better and of course cheaper, but also my little gimmick camera that came with call of duty ghost don't even know why they were using such a cheap camera in the first place Especially when it's supposed to be about security they should really be aiming for at least the quality of a forward facing camera on a smart phone at best.
Check the packaging , If it states FULL HD or 1080p on it .. Contact Ring on Twitter and let them know how disappointing that they lied on the packaging ... They upgrade you to a RING2 for free
39888420-cSBYo.jpgOn my way....
I have this model. Apart from having to recharge the battery every 2 weeks, it's good
I got one from Ocado last week for £45 and I'm more than happy with it.

Heat from me.
squibski12/02/2020 09:05

I have this model. Apart from having to recharge the battery every 2 …I have this model. Apart from having to recharge the battery every 2 weeks, it's good



Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and do that. Didn't even have to drill anything - just ran it under the door and up the edge of the door frame loose and it's fine. Took less time than installing the doorberll. You do need a plug somewhere near the door. Doesn't even matter which way you wire the wires up - can't go wrong. My only warning is that it took about an hour to show on the app as being on mains power rather than battery, during which I thought I'd made a mess of it (until I found someone else on the internet saying the same thing).

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Voted hot, £50 max is the price I'm willing to pay, sadly not nationwide.
manc8912/02/2020 07:52

Bargain of the century


No. That went to those of us who got the Argos Boxing Day deal at £20 for this same model

CursedNaruto12/02/2020 05:08

Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even …Got one recently the fish eye lens is awful, I'd say that price isn't even worth people's money.


Got two and the fish eye lens is what makes it work. You’d turn it down for £40 - that’s the joke?
Jules_HT12/02/2020 09:30

Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and …Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and do that. Didn't even have to drill anything - just ran it under the door and up the edge of the door frame loose and it's fine. Took less time than installing the doorberll. You do need a plug somewhere near the door. Doesn't even matter which way you wire the wires up - can't go wrong. My only warning is that it took about an hour to show on the app as being on mains power rather than battery, during which I thought I'd made a mess of it (until I found someone else on the internet saying the same thing).https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07P4N3H1F/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1



You can of course also wire it to a mechanical doorbell chime (with built in 8V transformer) like the Byron 776 or similar. Then you'll get a mechanical "ding dong" sound too when the doorbell is pressed and not just an alert on your phone/smart device.

Mine has been wired this way for nearly 5 years now and is still going strong.
My only gripe it that it does fog up in humid weather & you can’t see a thing even using lens clear stuff on it

It is a known problem when the temperature drops;

community.ring.com/t5/…e/4

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Edited by: "idontwant123" 12th Feb
Saw 4/5 in Tesco Martlesham yesterday
idontwant12312/02/2020 09:54

My only gripe it that it does fog up in humid weather & you can’t see a t …My only gripe it that it does fog up in humid weather & you can’t see a thing even using lens clear stuff on it [Image]



Never had that in all the time I've owned one, I'd contact Ring and see what they say.
Would t personally get this as the quality is crap pay extra for the 1080p ring 2 you won't be disappointed x

If your not bothered about seeing people's faces then this is for you
Jules_HT12/02/2020 09:30

Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and …Get a plug and wire it in. It took me 2 charges to get annoyed with it and do that. Didn't even have to drill anything - just ran it under the door and up the edge of the door frame loose and it's fine. Took less time than installing the doorberll. You do need a plug somewhere near the door. Doesn't even matter which way you wire the wires up - can't go wrong. My only warning is that it took about an hour to show on the app as being on mains power rather than battery, during which I thought I'd made a mess of it (until I found someone else on the internet saying the same thing).https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07P4N3H1F/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1



Great price, but I would be wary of this particular model, as it doesn't have a replaceable battery - mine has just failed after two years, and now needs charging on a weekly basis. I think the Ring 2 has a replaceable battery...


I think I will try your suggestion and hard wire mine too
Just out of interest, you dont think something like this would be better?
Edited by: "solid" 12th Feb
skyebluebirch12/02/2020 10:11

Would t personally get this as the quality is crap pay extra for the 1080p …Would t personally get this as the quality is crap pay extra for the 1080p ring 2 you won't be disappointed xIf your not bothered about seeing people's faces then this is for you


Otherwise, do what I did, I got the argos deal for £19, had a few issues, called ring and they swapped it for a doorbell 2 free of charge. Along with a free solar charger and spare battery. Their service is simply brilliant. Every dealing Iv had they are incredible
skyebluebirch12/02/2020 10:11

Would t personally get this as the quality is crap pay extra for the 1080p …Would t personally get this as the quality is crap pay extra for the 1080p ring 2 you won't be disappointed xIf your not bothered about seeing people's faces then this is for you


It's about 3x more than this one at £40. People's faces are perfectly visible on the Ring 1st gen. Absolute nonsense.
Gotta say that this seems like a great price but I personally wouldn't buy one. From what I understand you need to pay a monthly fee (monthly fees soon add up) and I wonder what's stopping people from stealing or vandalising it? We all know the Police don't investigate most crimes nowadays.

Surely, you're better off buying a wi-fi security camera and installing it up high? Cheaper to buy, no monthly fees and unlikely to be stolen/damaged.

But maybe I'm missing something?
Nickb9112/02/2020 10:39

Otherwise, do what I did, I got the argos deal for £19, had a few issues, …Otherwise, do what I did, I got the argos deal for £19, had a few issues, called ring and they swapped it for a doorbell 2 free of charge. Along with a free solar charger and spare battery. Their service is simply brilliant. Every dealing Iv had they are incredible


Totally not my experience with Ring - awful service. They made it sound like I had all the settings on max (I didn't, and this was verified once they looked at my settings). I was then given the advice to move my router closer to the doorbell (silly, because then all my other WiFi devices would suffer). I was then asked to make sure that the router and doorbell didn't have any brick walls between them (I asked them how many houses in the don't have a brick wall as their external wall, and whether I should place my doorbell inside or place my router outside?).

Some of the the things I was asked to do was just silly. After an hour (and two disconnections), they finally and reluctantly offered to send my a solar charger. I've been using it for about a month now, and it hasn't made any bit of difference, and I am still charging my doorbell every week.

Ring say, that is all they can do. That's just how Ring Doorbell v1 is. My only option is to bin it and buy a new one. Not impressed with Ring at all.
jaypr12/02/2020 10:09

Never had that in all the time I've owned one, I'd contact Ring and see …Never had that in all the time I've owned one, I'd contact Ring and see what they say.


They said it was due to humidity & put lens de mister on it which we did. It didn’t work. It is on a north facing wall next to the door with no shelter. Our daughter’s one is in a porch and hers is perfect.
Whirly12/02/2020 11:20

Gotta say that this seems like a great price but I personally wouldn't buy …Gotta say that this seems like a great price but I personally wouldn't buy one. From what I understand you need to pay a monthly fee (monthly fees soon add up) and I wonder what's stopping people from stealing or vandalising it? We all know the Police don't investigate most crimes nowadays. Surely, you're better off buying a wi-fi security camera and installing it up high? Cheaper to buy, no monthly fees and unlikely to be stolen/damaged.But maybe I'm missing something?


Yes you are absolutely missing something

You do need to pay an monthly fee of £2.5 or £25 annually for cloud storage. This equates less than 7p a day which is an absolute bargain. Essentially the doorbell is a CCTV security camera smack bang on your front door.

Ring will replace the doorbell if it’s stolen (once) with a crime report. That said most criminals will avoid going near them as they will record motion as well as whenever someone presses the doorbell.

CCTV is great but it absolutely won’t do what a Ring doorbell does. I have CCTV cameras too that record to SD cards and to a NAS. That said I still wouldn’t be without my Ring doorbell.
Edited by: "jaypr" 12th Feb
jaypr12/02/2020 11:50

Yes you are absolutely missing something You do need to pay an monthly fee …Yes you are absolutely missing something You do need to pay an monthly fee of £2.5 or £25 annually for cloud storage. This equates less than 7p a day which is an absolute bargain. Essentially the doorbell is a CCTV security camera smack bang on your front door. Ring will replace the doorbell if it’s stolen (once) with a crime report. That said most criminals will avoid going near them as they will record motion as well as whenever someone presses the doorbell. CCTV is great but it absolutely won’t do what a Ring doorbell does. I have CCTV cameras too that record to SD cards and to a NAS. That said I still wouldn’t be without my Ring doorbell.


7p a day sounds funny
jaypr12/02/2020 11:50

Yes you are absolutely missing something You do need to pay an monthly fee …Yes you are absolutely missing something You do need to pay an monthly fee of £2.5 or £25 annually for cloud storage. This equates less than 7p a day which is an absolute bargain. Essentially the doorbell is a CCTV security camera smack bang on your front door. Ring will replace the doorbell if it’s stolen (once) with a crime report. That said most criminals will avoid going near them as they will record motion as well as whenever someone presses the doorbell. CCTV is great but it absolutely won’t do what a Ring doorbell does. I have CCTV cameras too that record to SD cards and to a NAS. That said I still wouldn’t be without my Ring doorbell.


I still don't get it. You are saying that you pay £25 a year for something that doubles up on what your CCTV already does for free?

Surely you could just have your security camera aimed at your front door and have it send an alert when someone approaches it?

I'm genuinely not trying to put you off the ring but simply don't see how you get £2.50/month added value from it. Obviously, for some people that subscription is peanuts but in my experience, a few peanuts a day soon adds up.

I do see the point of the subscription as the company will likely keep the service running as long as money is coming in. But my experience of this sort of thing is that sooner or later they force you to upgrade, costing even more.
Wow great price
At the risk of getting shouted at by existing Ring owners in denial about GDPR...

From an earlier post, but something very important for any video doorbell owners to know:

ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/domestic-cctv-systems-guidance-for-people-using-cctv

The ICO explicitly state doorbell cameras are a CCTV system and you are a Data Controller if this system records anything outside your property boundary.

It's all about how you position the camera essentially, but being a Data Controller is a massive pain as it requires signage going up and bring legally liable for responding to Subject Access Requests from anyone passing by.

If you can position so you only record within your boundary then you have no issues.

"What is the law if my CCTV captures images of people outside my own home and garden?

If your CCTV captures images beyond your property boundary, such as your neighbours’ property or public streets and footpaths, then your use of the system is subject to the data protection laws.

This does not mean you are breaking the law. But it does mean that, as the CCTV user, you are a data controller. So you will need to comply with your legal obligations under the data protection laws."

"The phrase ‘domestic CCTV system’ refers to the use of any video surveillance equipment mounted or fixed on your home. It can include cameras fitted to doorbells.

...

You will also need to:

Let people know you are using CCTV by putting up signs saying that recording is taking place, and why.

Ensure you don’t capture more footage than you need to achieve your purpose in using the system.

Ensure the security of the footage you capture – in other words, holding it securely and making sure nobody can watch it without good reason.

Only keep the footage for as long as you need it – delete it regularly, and when it is no longer needed.

Ensure the CCTV system is only operated in ways you intend and can’t be misused for other reasons. Anyone you share your property with, such as family members who could use the equipment, needs to know the importance of not misusing it.

...

You also need to make sure you respect the data protection rights of the people whose images you capture. This includes the following things:

Responding to subject access requests (SARs), if you receive any. Individuals have a right to access the personal data you hold about them, including identifiable images. They can ask you verbally or in writing. You must respond within one month and give them a copy of the data.

Deleting footage of people if they ask you to do so. You should do this within one month. You can refuse to delete it if you specifically need to keep it for a genuine legal dispute – in which case you need to tell them this, and also tell them they can challenge this in court or complain to the ICO.

Consider any objection you get now from particular people about capturing their image in the future. Given the nature of CCTV systems, this may be very difficult to do. However, you should again think whether you need to record images beyond your property boundary – particularly if your system is capturing images from a neighbour’s home or garden.

What happens if I break the law?

If you fail to comply with your obligations under the data protection laws, you may be subject to enforcement action by the ICO. This could include a fine. You may also be subject to legal action by affected individuals, who could pursue court claims for compensation."
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 12th Feb
Lee321112/02/2020 10:08

Saw 4/5 in Tesco Martlesham yesterday


Yes there’s loads of them but it will be full price unless there is a yellow sticker
plewis0012/02/2020 11:08

It's about 3x more than this one at £40. People's faces are perfectly …It's about 3x more than this one at £40. People's faces are perfectly visible on the Ring 1st gen. Absolute nonsense.

I have the ring 2 after sending the ring 1 back...

For me the wuailtu was crap, I personaly would rather people not be dissatisfied or disappointed
skyebluebirch12/02/2020 13:16

I have the ring 2 after sending the ring 1 back...For me the wuailtu was …I have the ring 2 after sending the ring 1 back...For me the wuailtu was crap, I personaly would rather people not be dissatisfied or disappointed


Well there are plenty of Ring 1 users who are perfectly happy with them. You make it sound like they’re all sitting in a drawer, unused...
plewis0012/02/2020 13:21

Well there are plenty of Ring 1 users who are perfectly happy with them. …Well there are plenty of Ring 1 users who are perfectly happy with them. You make it sound like they’re all sitting in a drawer, unused...


They should be..

Maybe go and try a ring 2 and let us know what you think,..

Quality wise 720 compared to 1080 for me was a massive difference
skyebluebirch12/02/2020 13:24

They should be..Maybe go and try a ring 2 and let us know what you …They should be..Maybe go and try a ring 2 and let us know what you think,..Quality wise 720 compared to 1080 for me was a massive difference


I don’t think you understand the point of this site... why would I or anyone pay much more for something when they’ve already stated they’re happy with what they’ve got? I’m not surprised the quality is better... it costs more and is newer.
Any left?
plewis0012/02/2020 13:26

I don’t think you understand the point of this site... why would I or a …I don’t think you understand the point of this site... why would I or anyone pay much more for something when they’ve already stated they’re happy with what they’ve got? I’m not surprised the quality is better... it costs more and is newer.


Yeh clearly I understand the purpose of this site.....

I'm just saying if you can get a ring 2 by paying slightly more or holding on I would..

By all Means go ahead and get the ring 1 from my perosnally view form having it...

It's crap
skyebluebirch12/02/2020 13:30

Yeh clearly I understand the purpose of this site.....I'm just saying if …Yeh clearly I understand the purpose of this site.....I'm just saying if you can get a ring 2 by paying slightly more or holding on I would..By all Means go ahead and get the ring 1 from my perosnally view form having it...It's crap


It's a third the price of the Ring 2... that's kind of the point. The Ring Pro is better than the Ring 2 as well. Where do you draw the line?
idontwant12312/02/2020 09:54

My only gripe it that it does fog up in humid weather & you can’t see a t …My only gripe it that it does fog up in humid weather & you can’t see a thing even using lens clear stuff on it It is a known problem when the temperature drops;https://community.ring.com/t5/Video-Doorbells/Ring-doorbell-misting-over-in-cold-weather/td-p/3318/page/4[Image]



Am wondering if you have removed the plastic protective film on the lense ...............
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