Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell in Satin Nickel, Works with Alexa

October 7, 2018 - Comment

At Ring, our mission is simple: To reduce crime in neighborhoods. And by putting the power of home security in your hands, we’re making that mission a reality. Ring keeps your home secure and your family safe by protecting you against intruders, burglars, package thieves and any other unwanted guests. Ring makes sure you never

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At Ring, our mission is simple: To reduce crime in neighborhoods. And by putting the power of home security in your hands, we’re making that mission a reality.

Ring keeps your home secure and your family safe by protecting you against intruders, burglars, package thieves and any other unwanted guests. Ring makes sure you never miss a visitor. Because with Ring, you’re always home.

Ring Video Doorbell lets you answer the door from anywhere. Whether you’re halfway across the world, or just too busy to walk to the door, Ring lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from the comfort of your smartphone, tablet or PC.

Ring sends you instant alerts when anyone presses your doorbell button or triggers the built-in motion sensors. From the free Ring app, you can see your visitors in brilliant HD video, and hear and speak to them with crisp two-way audio. You also get a free trial to Cloud Video Recording, which lets you review, save and share videos captured by Ring.

Ring Video Doorbell comes in four color options, so you can pick a finish that fits your home and your style. It’s weatherproof construction and infrared night vision means you can monitor your home around the clock—day or night, rain or shine.

Compatible with iOS and Android mobile devices, and Mac and Windows PCs.
Live video on demand available for hardwired Ring Video Doorbells.
Comes with a free 30-day trial of Cloud Video Recording.
Requires Wi-Fi connection

Product Features

  • Works with Alexa to launch real-time video with your voice
  • Lets you see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC
  • Sends alerts as soon as motion is detected or when visitors press the Doorbell
  • Works on any home, with or without existing doorbell wires
  • Monitors your home in HD video with infrared night vision
  • Lets you check-in on your property at anytime with Live View on-demand video
  • Includes Lifetime Theft Protection: If your Doorbell gets stolen, we’ll replace it for free

Comments

Love From The Oven says:

When put to the test, it failed at every measure and was stolen in under a minute. Length:: 0:29 Mins Writing this review the morning after it took someone about 20 seconds to disable and steal our Ring Doorbell. Camera triggered too late to get a look at the person stealing it, speaker feature hung up and didn’t activate (like usual) and it was gone from my house in a shockingly short amount of time.Prior to today,I’ve always been a bit disappointed at the delay in the motion sensor in triggering the camera. I get quite a few packages weekly, and 90% of the time the camera doesn’t activate until someone is walking away from the door. Sure enough, last night, it did not activate until the moment someone was putting their hand over the camera. When my husband tried to speak over it the app, as usual, it delayed and did not activate when it should have. Within 20 seconds the camera went dead. Doorbell gone, hole in my wall as well as feelings of security. When put to the test, it failed at every measure. Camera did not trigger in…

Munchiniwa says:

Cool but three problems First off, the Ring is very cool. I really like it and many people that come to my front door (salespeople) know what it is immediately and don’t bother me. There are three problems however, one very serious (in my opinion).1 – The motion function engages when people are walking away, not when they walk up. MANY of my videos are of people’s backsides. I don’t know if this is a software issue or what. Tried increasing the sensitivity to the point where I was grabbing cars driving down the street but still only got people leaving my front door. Weird.2 – This kind of goes along with #2. You cannot access the doorbell with security software like Blue Iris,et.al. Now, I get that they want to sell you their Cloud service and I’m ok with $30 / year to have an off-site backup. But if you could link the doorbell into your security system you would have an actual video of everything in your possession and you could access it from any computer in the world. That would be REALLY…

Chris Majestic says:

Awesome product. Easy to use and setup. Motion sensitivity needs work. Length:: 2:37 Mins
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Length:: 2:37 Mins I’ve owned the Ring Video doorbell for about 6 months and it has been a very pleasant experience. It was very easy to install and easy to use. It has never stopped working or had any major issues. This doorbell lets me know when I get packages delivered, when people approach my door, or ring my doorbell. It is very convenient. The only issue I’ve had is with motion sensitivity. I get a ton of motion notifications from cars on the road, which are about 35 feet away from the doorbell. It seems very accurate with detecting people but it has an issues with cars, especially large vehicles.PROS:Easy to setupEasy to useReliable with good wifi signalConvenientCONS:Motion is too sensitive to vehicles on the roadA…

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