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Seems like a decent price for the Pro, you can pick up a chime for £25 if you want one (not included)



RING Video Doorbell Pro With transformer, No chime included


  • Works with select Alexa devices to launch real-time video with your voice.
  • Lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC.
  • You'll get a notification when movement is detected or when visitors press the Doorbell.
  • Requires hardwired installation to existing doorbell wires.
  • Monitors your home in 1080p HD video with infrared night vision.
  • Lets you check-in on your property at anytime with Live View, real-time video.
  • Includes Theft Protection: if your doorbell gets stolen, we will replace it for free.
  • Standard features such as instant notification, live view and two-way talk are available out of the box and for free on all Ring devices. A Ring Protect subscription is required to activate video recording on your device. Ring Protect is an optional subscription that allows you to record, review and share the moments you missed, at any time. You can enjoy a free trial of Ring Protect for 30 days. At the end of the free trial, you can choose to continue with your Ring Protect Plan by subscribing for only £2.50 a month at ring.com.
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i bought one of these (in the black friday sale for the glitch price of £112 including a free echo show 5) and I've got to say its brilliant. No issues with WIFI connection (I've got a Netgear Orbi set up and have it connected to the nearest satellite). The time from bell press to notification on the phone, and ringing 3 amazon Echo's AND a chime is pretty much instantaneous. Using the Rapid Ring app on IOS the live connection is very swift too.

As no one has yet (to my knowledge) invented a time machine i would say for this price it's deffo worth it. Note as said above if you have an Echo dot it will sound a notification "someone is at the door" but you can't answer on a dot. If you have a Show (any model) it will sound the notification and if you enable the Ring skill in Alexa you can say "Alexa show the front door" which will then show live footage (you can do this anytime actually) and then enable a 2 way conversation. If you have multiple Alexa devices you they all ring at the same time.
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If its a pro the chime should be in the box?
deleted210070507/01/2020 14:14

If its a pro the chime should be in the box?


Site says no chime included (I thought the same thing)
i bought one of these (in the black friday sale for the glitch price of £112 including a free echo show 5) and I've got to say its brilliant. No issues with WIFI connection (I've got a Netgear Orbi set up and have it connected to the nearest satellite). The time from bell press to notification on the phone, and ringing 3 amazon Echo's AND a chime is pretty much instantaneous. Using the Rapid Ring app on IOS the live connection is very swift too.

As no one has yet (to my knowledge) invented a time machine i would say for this price it's deffo worth it. Note as said above if you have an Echo dot it will sound a notification "someone is at the door" but you can't answer on a dot. If you have a Show (any model) it will sound the notification and if you enable the Ring skill in Alexa you can say "Alexa show the front door" which will then show live footage (you can do this anytime actually) and then enable a 2 way conversation. If you have multiple Alexa devices you they all ring at the same time.
Bought, missed the black Friday event so many thanks.
£110 for a doorbell
dossdes07/01/2020 15:05

i bought one of these (in the black friday sale for the glitch price of …i bought one of these (in the black friday sale for the glitch price of £112 including a free echo show 5) and I've got to say its brilliant. No issues with WIFI connection (I've got a Netgear Orbi set up and have it connected to the nearest satellite). The time from bell press to notification on the phone, and ringing 3 amazon Echo's AND a chime is pretty much instantaneous. Using the Rapid Ring app on IOS the live connection is very swift too.As no one has yet (to my knowledge) invented a time machine i would say for this price it's deffo worth it. Note as said above if you have an Echo dot it will sound a notification "someone is at the door" but you can't answer on a dot. If you have a Show (any model) it will sound the notification and if you enable the Ring skill in Alexa you can say "Alexa show the front door" which will then show live footage (you can do this anytime actually) and then enable a 2 way conversation. If you have multiple Alexa devices you they all ring at the same time.


How do you install one of these as my current door bell is battery powered so I have no power wires going to my door bell from my fuse box?
UberPark07/01/2020 15:30

How do you install one of these as my current door bell is battery powered …How do you install one of these as my current door bell is battery powered so I have no power wires going to my door bell from my fuse box?


The two options i am aware of;
1 - use the supplied transformer and either a) fit it into your consumer unit and wire it to the door (not recommended unless you are a sparky in my opinion) or b) use a figure of 8 plug (the kind you would power a Apple TV for example, cut the figure 8 off, wire this to one side of the transformer and run two cables to the door from the other side of the transformer to wire into the doorbell. NOTICE - THIS ISN'T A DETAILED EXPLANATION SO CHECK ON YOU TUBE)

2 - do what i did and buy the Ring plug in transformer (£25 i think direct from Ring - you can buy cheaper ones with variable reviews from Amazon) which comes with a long wire which i used to power the doorbell. I popped a hole through my doorframe and screwed the doorbell onto the outside once wired.

I'm sure there are other options but these are the ones i looked at before picking the easier option 2.

UberPark07/01/2020 15:30

How do you install one of these as my current door bell is battery powered …How do you install one of these as my current door bell is battery powered so I have no power wires going to my door bell from my fuse box?


buy a power adapter from Amazon and run the wires to the door, if you know you DIY that is.
Duc109807/01/2020 15:30

£110 for a doorbell


it also serves as a CCTV type device, always on recording - giving notifications of movement near the doorbell etc etc. I do understand your comment though considering you can get a battery powered one for less than a tenner (dumb doorbell that is).

I've got to be honest, it's one of the best tech devices I've bought in a long while (and believe me I buy loads of stuff - generally from links on this site)
So really, if you have amazon echos dotted about the house you don't really need a chime?
jaypr07/01/2020 15:42

There’s always one isn’t there


I just believe theres alot more potential and why isnt there any competition.

Your essentially paying for a camera with a bell on it not to mention the subscription fees they charge
t7mmu07/01/2020 15:52

So really, if you have amazon echos dotted about the house you don't …So really, if you have amazon echos dotted about the house you don't really need a chime?


yep that's right
Duc109807/01/2020 16:06

I just believe theres alot more potential and why isnt there any …I just believe theres alot more potential and why isnt there any competition. Your essentially paying for a camera with a bell on it not to mention the subscription fees they charge


Most of what you’ve written doesn’t make any sense whatsoever.
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dossdes07/01/2020 15:41

it also serves as a CCTV type device, always on recording - giving …it also serves as a CCTV type device, always on recording - giving notifications of movement near the doorbell etc etc. I do understand your comment though considering you can get a battery powered one for less than a tenner (dumb doorbell that is).I've got to be honest, it's one of the best tech devices I've bought in a long while (and believe me I buy loads of stuff - generally from links on this site)


Only if you pay a subscription
Everyone should have one of these. Its brilliant. Only issue is install can be abit of bummer. Had it done professionally.
Edited by: "ithinkin" 7th Jan
deleted241043707/01/2020 18:35

Only if you pay a subscription


True, although I found it so good I paid after the 30 day trial period, £25 a year. Price of a round of drinks
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dossdes07/01/2020 22:52

True, although I found it so good I paid after the 30 day trial period, …True, although I found it so good I paid after the 30 day trial period, £25 a year. Price of a round of drinks


How many days does that get you?
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That's not too bad for a year is it, does it pick up WiFi OK?
deleted241043707/01/2020 23:11

That's not too bad for a year is it, does it pick up WiFi OK?


Works perfectly with my Netgear orbi, although these Ring devices do require both a good broadband connect and a strong WiFi signal where they are being located. Some users have had to reposition their WiFi routers nearer to the doorbell but I didn’t have to do a thing
Beware that the Transformer is also not included
dzlondon08/01/2020 02:46

Beware that the Transformer is also not included


Morning, the title of the listing on Ebay says the transformer is included, but no Chime
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.

"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."


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.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 8th Jan
Do you have to pay for cloud storage? Or is it free? Also is there any sds card slot in them?
**^MUST BE HARDWIRED***
Mar_inn08/01/2020 10:46

Do you have to pay for cloud storage? Or is it free? Also is there any sds …Do you have to pay for cloud storage? Or is it free? Also is there any sds card slot in them?


You need to pay cloud storage £2.49 a month. No local storage
arCuThEDOWDr08/01/2020 10:32

From an earlier post, but something very important for any video doorbell …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-cctvThe ICO explicitly state doorbell cameras are a CCTV system and you are a Data Controller if this system records anything outside your property boundary."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."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.


You dont need to worry about all that as all video is being stored by ring on cloud service. Any data breach of it will not be your fault
dossdes08/01/2020 09:03

Morning, the title of the listing on Ebay says the transformer is …Morning, the title of the listing on Ebay says the transformer is included, but no Chime


I ordered one and turned up to be a us version which dose not come with transformer. So i returned it
dzlondon08/01/2020 14:30

You dont need to worry about all that as all video is being stored by ring …You dont need to worry about all that as all video is being stored by ring on cloud service. Any data breach of it will not be your fault


As a Data Controller you would be liable for any data breach. This is in addition to the requirements for signage and processing Subject Access Requests from the public.

Being a Data Controller is not something anyone should take lightly, and it should be avoided where possible as explained in my earlier post.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 8th Jan
dzlondon08/01/2020 14:32

I ordered one and turned up to be a us version which dose not come with …I ordered one and turned up to be a us version which dose not come with transformer. So i returned it


well that's pants! especially as they specifically mention it as being included in the listing!
dzlondon08/01/2020 14:32

I ordered one and turned up to be a us version which dose not come with …I ordered one and turned up to be a us version which dose not come with transformer. So i returned it


I've ordered so will be interested to see if it comes with the transformer or not.

As it specifically states that it comes with the transformer, could you not contact the seller and request them to send you one? Or refund the amount it would cost to buy one?
arCuThEDOWDr08/01/2020 14:32

As a Data Controller you would be liable for any data breach. This is in …As a Data Controller you would be liable for any data breach. This is in addition to the requirements for signage and processing Subject Access Requests from the public. Being a Data Controller is not something anyone should take lightly, and it should be avoided where possible as explained in my earlier post.


Taken from the EU GDPR regulation journal:

“This Regulation does not apply to the processing of personal data by a natural person in the course of a purely personal or household activity and thus with no connection to a professional or commercial activity. Personal or household activities could include correspondence and the holding of addresses, or social networking and online activity undertaken within the context of such activities. However, this Regulation applies to controllers or processors which provide the means for processing personal data for such personal or household activities.”
greg5567808/01/2020 17:26

Taken from the EU GDPR regulation journal:“This Regulation does not apply t …Taken from the EU GDPR regulation journal:“This Regulation does not apply to the processing of personal data by a natural person in the course of a purely personal or household activity and thus with no connection to a professional or commercial activity. Personal or household activities could include correspondence and the holding of addresses, or social networking and online activity undertaken within the context of such activities. However, this Regulation applies to controllers or processors which provide the means for processing personal data for such personal or household activities.”


The ICO have said recording outside your boundary is not a purely household activity, so the above would not apply.

The guidance I linked to is very clear about this, record outside your boundary and you are a Data Controller.
deleted241043707/01/2020 18:35

Only if you pay a subscription



But still sends video to Amazon whenever it detects movement whether or not you have a subscription. Quite why they're not paying you to install these I'm not sure.
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pibpob08/01/2020 19:51

But still sends video to Amazon whenever it detects movement whether or …But still sends video to Amazon whenever it detects movement whether or not you have a subscription. Quite why they're not paying you to install these I'm not sure.


What?
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pibpob08/01/2020 21:54

Plenty out there, eg …Plenty out there, eg https://www.spy-fy.com/en/blog/ring-doorbell-invasion-of-privacy/


Why would anyone want to look at my doorstep? :/
deleted241043708/01/2020 21:58

Why would anyone want to look at my doorstep? :/


They wouldn't - as I said, when motion is detected.
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pibpob08/01/2020 22:01

They wouldn't - as I said, when motion is detected.


Why would anyone want to watch the postman?
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