Find out who's at your door, even when you're away from home. Just connect the doorbell via Wi-Fi and use the Ring app on your iOS or Android device to interact with visitors, receive alerts and review footage.
Optional premium services
Includes live streaming for all cameras. Choose Ring Protect plans starting at $3 per month per camera or Ring Protect Plus to cover unlimited Ring Cameras for a flat rate of $10 per month.
Versatile smartphone compatibility
Works with select iOS and Android devices.
Makes it easy to link with your home wireless network.
Download the Ring app to view footage and receive alerts on your mobile device
You can keep an eye on your home and speak with visitors, all from a remote location.
Record wide-angle high-definition video
Maintain a clear view of your home's entrance for optimal security. Optional Cloud recording lets you view footage at a later time.
Automatically record footage and receive alerts when motion is detected
Motion sensors let you know when someone is at your door.
Infrared LEDs allow you to record footage, even in dim lighting.
Connect to your existing doorbell wiring or use on the doorbell its own
A built-in battery enables standalone use. The doorbell comes with the supplies you need to install on a variety of surfaces, including wood, stucco and cement.
Stay on top of local crime
Ring Neighborhoods lets you receive real-time crime alerts from your neighbors, so you can all work together to make your community a safer place.
Includes privacy features
Such as customizable privacy zones and audio privacy, to focus only on what's relevant to you.
RING is awesome!!! I thought I would would love it but wasn’t sure but in this age of front porch delivery its a must have!!! There is some latency in regards to time to answer versus time they rang the bell and some back lighting issues which is out of Ring’s control. Again so worth it. We will definitely upgrade in a few generations and this time I will buy the top end model of Ring has! If you want to get your foot in the water without spending a ton you cant go wrong with this one. If you have some means and a lot of porch deliveries I would buy the top end RING you can.
Works well most of the time. Installed under a covered porch so has a hard time with exposure near vs. far. Exposure can only be adjusted by RING and you have to call in to have it done. It adjusts between 0-5 and is usually factory set at 3. What this means is when the people are coming under the porch, I can see them fine but I can't see down by the driveway because the video is usually blown out from the sun. So I can't see anything past 20 feet at best since the camera is adjusting for the area under the porch which has significantly less sun. Works well though although sometimes it will not notify me right away so the person is walking away before I can answer
Love that this Ring is wired or wireless to suit your needs. Read the instructions, watch the videos, and follow along for easy set up and installation. Even comes with proper little tools! You’ll also need your own drill (maybe wire strippers too) Pretty sweet set up for $99! I got the the warranty too. Had a little trouble with wires and with no stripper/cutters I was finally able to wire old doorbell wires to new Ring. Visibility’s very good too. I am feeling pretty confident now and off to buy a wire-free Ring camera. It’s taken me a few years to give in but, it’s a necessary evil these days unfortunately. See pics and have fun!
The setup is fairly easy and straight forward. I had issues solely because at the exact time I got mine wired in and setup, the Ring servers went down so none of the functions worked. After that the unit has worked awesomely. The only tiny flaw that I've found with this unit is that light reflections will trigger the motion sensor and give false positive alerts. For instance, my front door faces north and when a car drives by going East or West, the sunlight reflecting off the windows will trigger the motion detector. When I check the live view there's nothing but when I go back and watch the video you see the flash off the car when the video starts and watch the car drive by. This isn't a once or twice occasion. It's incessant. Luckily my road doesn't get much traffic. I've verified that this isn't due to my motion detection area being too far out because I've set it to the closest setting and it still gets tripped. There has been a time or two where headlights have reflected into it and set off an alert too. I'm not complaining, but I want to let you know that this is a situation you may have to face. The pictures show the beginning of the motion alert video and you can see the washed out "flash" of the camera where it is triggered. The second picture is the car that stopped and you can see how the video stabilized. Also be aware, if you don't sign up for their plan, you can not keep recorded video after your trial period. You will then only be able to see live view. It's only $30\year or $3\month to keep all the recorded videos which is worth it to me in case someone tried to do anything and it kept the proof for me. All in all, I absolutely love it since I'm a paranoid person and don't trust anyone. This lets me keep an eye on my casa when I'm not there.
The Ring is a clever twist on more traditional internet-enabled security cameras such as the Netgear Arlo. As well as providing motion-responsive video recording and alerts, it also replaces your doorbell.Full Review
Pocket-lintRating, 4 out of 54.0Cam Bunton on August 29, 2016
Ring Video Doorbell review: Chime-tastic security for your front door
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A:AnswerNothing - if someone wants to take a pry bar to the frame they will get it - damaging both the ring and your door at the same time. There are built in theft deterrents that will make it hard to steal, but if someone REALLY wants it, they will get it. The good news is that Ring has a policy that they will replace the doorbell if it ever gets stolen so you will have that security blanket for the life that you are a customer.
A:AnswerThey CAN be hard-wired into any existing doorbell system or if you do not have any current door bell, you can use the units internal battery that lasts several months at a time. Its pretty flexible.