Ring Wi-Fi Video Doorbell (2020 Release) - Satin Nickel
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See who's at the door
- Video doorbell helps you see, talk, and hear the person at the other side of the door from anywhere
- Ring app sends notifications, offers live view capabilities, and allows you to monitor the door via your cell phone using iOS and Android
- Built-in 1080p Full HD Camera allows you to keep an eye on what's happening on the other side of the door at all times
- Privacy features, such as customisable privacy zones and audio privacy, help focus only on what's relevant to you
Smart video and audio capabilities
- Motion zone settings let you focus on certain areas, so you can receive real-time notification straight to your smart phone when movements are recorded
- Infrared night vision allows you to see who's at the door even in low light conditions
- Live view option lets you see who's at the door even when you are not at home using the Ring app
- Two-way communication allows you to talk and listen to the visitor on the other side
Keep an eye from anywhere
- Wi-Fi connectivity (no hub required) lets you connect this doorbell to your home network
- Works with Amazon Alexa, so you can enjoy hands-free and remote monitoring
- RVD Unit
- USB Charging Cable
- Mounting Bracket
- Installation Tools and Hardware,
- User Manual
- Security Sticker
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Of the 802 reviewers who responded, 752 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- unreliable and frustrating- July 17, 2020
I have had this doorbell for several weeks now and so far I am pretty disappointed. I can't give 1 star because it still functions sometimes properly and gives pretty good quality video day and night but I can't give 3 stars because there are several major issues. Way too often, once I get notification that there is a person at my door, I open ring app to check but it's "processing video" and it takes a minute or more before it's available to view. If someone rings a bell, way too often I can't open the video. It's just loading and says "activating device". Sometimes for several minutes which is obviously unacceptable. I don't have a peak hole so the only way for me to see who is behind the door is through the ring doorbell and almost half the time, I can't do that. Also the video sometimes starts recording too late as if it didn't recognize that there was a person at the door right away. The person may be already walking away at the start of the video. There are other minor issues that are not worth mentioning so I really hope this gets fixed somehow through the updates but so far the experience has been poor as the doorbell is unreliable and at times frustrating as it doesn't function as expected for me.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Helpful (20)Not helpful (2)Report
- Not as easy as it sounds- September 5, 2020
First, it's important to know if this is the original 2nd gen or the 2020-version of the 2nd gen Doorbell. The original has a removable battery, the 2020 version does NOT (and it's cheaper). An important difference! I had a heck of a time installing this even though many reviews say it's easy. I wanted to hardwire this to my old doorbell wires so I didn't have to worry about batteries but the jury is still out on whether I have to be concerned. Originally, it would not ring the chime but it was connected to my phone and the device health said it was on battery, not hardwired - even though I did wire it. After shutting the breakers off for the 3rd time and disconnecting it, reconnecting it and making sure the wire connections were very secure (critical item that they do not emphasize enough), it reported as being hardwired. Then I kept losing the signal - got a rotating white ring around the doorbell every few minutes. I rearranged the antennas on my router (which was only 6 feet away inside the house) but that made the difference. The signal strength needs to be about -60 or better (higher) to have a stable connection. Mine is now -42 so I'm good. The concern I have is that I don't think the battery is really charging from the very low-powered doorbell transformer. Ring manuals say in one place that it will keep the battery charged. In other locations, they say it's just a trickle charge and you will still have to charge it occasionally. And to charge it means turning off the breakers, uninstalling it completely, charging it and then rewiring it all over again because the 2020 model does not have a removable battery! It also took a lot of Googling and testing to get it to link to my Echo Show 5 automatically - you have to connect Alexa devices to the Ring doorbell through the Amazon Alexa app and IF you have the most current version of the app, you can go into the doorbell and tell it to notify your Alexa devices when the doorbell rings - the video then displays automatically on the Echo Show - IF you link the Ring account to Alexa, IF you have the right version of the app and IF you turn on the Announcement Device options in the Ring camera through the Alexa app. I also tried connecting to Google devices - and through a website you can link Ring and Google accounts so you can say "OK, Google...talk to Ring" and you can see your battery status and turn motion detection on and off, start recording and stop - but that's it. No video stream on Chromecast or Google Smart Displays. They could make it work...but Amazon and Google would have to stop being babies and work this out between them. I'm tired... This one seems to be a dud...it works, but man is it a lot of effort to get there!No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Helpful (7)Not helpful (1)Report
- Ring Doorbell- October 22, 2020
Quick and easy to find in store, good disply. Easy to install, works Great!! I will buy additional add-ons to my Ring system for sure =)Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)