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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.

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    • Micro USB charging cable
    • Owner's manual
    • Video Doorbell

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    92% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (5453 out of 5941)


    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.

    Wi-Fi connectivity

    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.

    Night vision

    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.

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    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 5941 reviews

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    Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 13 reviews



    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Great idea, still needs work

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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I love the concept of the Ring doorbell and chose it over the Skybell based on online reviews. I've had it about a month. While it does work, but it definitely could use improvements. I didn't have trouble physically installing the Ring and I was able to power mine off the old doorbell wiring. However, I did have trouble connecting to WiFi to set up the Ring. In my case, I had a hidden WiFi network ID and the connection attempts would time out. Once I made the network visible but still secured, I was able to connect. (I recently read that hiding the network causes its own security issues, so having a visible network with proper security is better based on what I read.) The Ring instructions say it should have been able to connect even to a hidden network, though. It does send an alert to you when someone rings the bell or approaches the door. But there is often a delay in getting this alert. Probably what's happening is that the message is sent to Ring's cloud and back, so even while you're in your house, there can sometimes be a considerable delay (10 or 15 seconds) before you get the alert. At least once, the visitor almost left before I could answer. Another issue is that it doesn't start the video recording until it's sure it sees something/someone. For instance, if a delivery man quickly drops a package off, he might not be in the video because it started to record after he was out of frame. You will see the package in the video if it's large and in the field of view. The camera also has to adjust the exposure if it's looking into the sun and can be blinded for a couple of seconds when it begins to record. So don't expect it to capture everything -- as a security camera, it's not ideal. The field of view is pretty large and is definitely good enough. The lens is sort of a fisheye lens so there is some distortion toward the edges, but I didn't find that to be a problem. The best case video quality is pretty good as well. However, the video does sometimes suffer from artifacts and may stutter at times. Some of these artifacts may have come from trying to view video over the cell phone network while away from the house, but again I'm not sure. The app works although occasionally it responds slowly and sometimes moves the delete trash-can button to a different corner of the screen. As for the motion detection, that has some issues too. I have gotten a considerable number of false alerts. I have kept reducing the detection range, and while this helped, it hasn't totally solved the problem. I think some false alerts are coming from trucks (delivery, garbage, etc.) which have a fairly large heat signature. If they are moving in the correct direction, I see them on captured video. If they are moving the opposite way, they often escape before being captured on video as I mentioned in the prior paragraph, so I can't verify if trucks actually tripped the motion detector. Other times I think the motion detector sees plants in my yard when the wind gets high. There is at least once where the motion detection probably failed. I asked a neighbor to return something to me by leaving it on my doorstep. They did, but I never got an alert. I'm not sure what happened and have some guesses, but somehow they did not trip the motion detector. Ring does require a subscription to store video in the cloud. It's only $30/year right now, but I suppose that some people would object to that cost. It would be an easier sell if the problems above weren't present. If there was a "maybe" setting for recommending to a friend, I would select that instead. But there's only "yes" and "no" and I have to select one.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      A Good Product with Some Limitations

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      We have used several brands of video doorbells through the years, including dedicated, proprietary hardwired units, but for this review I will address only ones that I feel are competitive with Ring. IMHO, its main competitor is the SkyBell HD as they are similar priced and have similar capabilities. The yet-to-be-released August Doorbell should also be a consideration once it ships (if ever, as it is waaay delayed!). The Ring has an edge over the SkyBell in installation flexibility (can run on batteries), more setup customization and better Customer Service. SkyBell advanatages are "video monitoring" (see below), FREE cloud recording and action based integration. SkyBell's video monitoring feature is a big plus and one that Ring has promised is "Coming Soon" for over a year now. This allows you to press button in the app and see a real-time video image. Why is this important? If you miss the notification response window and want to see who it was, OR if you know workers are supposed to be there and you want to check up on them, OR if you hear a noise but the motion detection hasn't picked up anything and turned the camera on, etc. So, which would I recommend? If you have no preference on aesthetics or any physical restrictions, they both are good alternatives so you will need to look at their differences to help you decide. If "on demand" viewing and FREE cloud viewing is important to you, choose SkyBell. If you don't have the necessary wiring for SkyBell and need a battery powered model, then Ring is your only choice. **************************************** If your budget allows, you should also consider DoorBird: Hardware wise neither the Ring or SkyBell compare to the DoorBird (more expensive, but, you get what you paid for). The German quality is obvious at first touch. Even though it is 720p like Ring vs 1080p on the SkyBell, due to its lens quality and size, it offers the best picture of the three. It also has the best audio (same reasons) available and its motion detection is flawless. The app could use some work as it isn't as polished as Ring or SkyBell. DoorBird also offers a POE connection for those fortunate enough to have a network wire at their door. There are terminals to connect to an existing door chime or door opener (it can even trigger your garage door to let people in) and seems to have a lot of integration partners. Doorbot also offers a flush mount version and a full stainless steel surface mount version (front plate and box), but they go even higher in price. One thing to keep in mind on ALL THREE of these is that their functionality is dependent on their apps & servers. If the company bails, your investment is gone. Ring is the #1 seller in the US. DoorBird is the #1 seller in Europe. SkyBell's first two efforts were less than stellar. Their never HD model seems to have corrected all of the complaints and added missing features. There are a lot of angry posts about Doorbot and the product never working as promised. Ring IS Doorbot so they have a past. Many claim that they never took care of their issues while other say that they were fairly treated with free or discounted product. YMMV.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Works but...

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      1) audio is mute for a few seconds after the video starts. Trouble shooting and customer service were not much help, hopefully a software update will fix that in the future. Might not bother anyone else or maybe it's just mine, either way I live with it. 2) motion distance setting needs some work. While passing cars trigger a recording at 30 ft away, a person can walk up to my door and at times even begin to walk away before the motion triggered recording starts. I've set and reset motion distance settings but I hope with a future update it can be fixed. 3) motion recordings. I wish Ring would incorporate technology that is already being used with other security cameras. Although I don't know the exact lable for what I'm talking about, those with security cameras or dashcams will understand. When a motion is detected and recording starts, I wish the recording would save the first few seconds before motion was triggered. I'M NOT ASKING RING TO READ THE FUTURE. 4) Ring supply's just about everything needed to install their product, but those with an existing doorbell wired through a gang box might need to use there heads a little more. The gang box is to large for the Ring doorbell to cover the hole and no way to attach it to the wall. So while you remove your existing door bell cover from the gang/electrical box, don't break or toss out that cover. Reuse it or take the existing doorbell cover to Lowes, Home Depot or someplace you can purchase a cover. Match size and holes if purchasing a new cover to the color of your choosing. (It helps if you take the rear frame of the Ring so you can decide if you'd like a larger size cover). While there decide how you'd like to attach your frame to the cover, there are a number of ways. If you purchase new screws be sure they have a flat top, so Ring can be placed properly. After installing the new cover, place the template over the cover and mark the holes. I predrilled small holes I marked from the ring template while attached to the wall (stop the drill as soon as it goes through and back it out, just so your sure your wires aren't harmed). Overall, I love it. I don't have to rush downstairs to greet a rude solicitor. Sorry for any misspellings, grammar, or punctuation mistakes. Other than the gang box issue, Ring was easy to install.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent Product

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      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I am an ex IT Exec, and I have done plenty of beta tests throughout my career. I had had friends recommend the device so I picked one up during Black Friday to see what it can do. I am newly disabled and cannot get around all that well so I rely on deliveries a lot. Amazon Key is a part of Prime that will deliver your items to the inside of your house. Amazon requires you to have one of their cameras inside to make it work. With the Ring, if they rang the doorbell first, you could see the before, during, and after Amazon makes their delivery. Given my mobility, when someone comes to the door, often times they will leave thinking nobody is home... it is just that I couldn't get to the door in time. Now, I can answer the door, and with IFTTT, and a Schlage smart lock, I can get up and answer the door without risking further injury, panic, etc. I have special needs and my Mom's hands are stronger, but even with that much weakness, I was able to do the install no problem. I have an intercom system that is never turned on, and in spite of all the attempts to get people to use the intercom, everyone just usually yells loudly. So sometimes someone will ring the Ring, and other times they will ring the intercom. Regardless, if you have a stucco house, or if you are unsure because you would have to recharge the Ring, don't worry, Ring anticipated your needs ahead of time. They literally thought of seemingly everything. Tip: To make sure I didn't drill the holes too deep I put a piece of blue masking tape so I could see how far into the door jam I was drilling. The only other thing I can say about installation is I was unsure of the proper height because I wanted it to be ADA compliant. The instructions are potentially long enough that they could print a ruler on one side of the instructions. That way you have a good gauge of where you are from floor to lock height without needing a tape measure. Besides you already have the instructions there. Why can't Ring just make sure the instructions pamphlet was long enough to touch the floor and still have it at the right height. Still, with everything else, you get a level to make sure the Ring is level and not leaning to one side. A drill bit so you're using the right size bit. You even get an extra insert and screw in case you need to replace one or something gets dropped, etc. It is the little details like these which make such a huge difference. I was concerned about the use of security screws because if you have to unscrew the device to recharge it, those security screws can go anywhere. But Ring thought about that too and made sure they don't fall out of the device when you remove the cover to recharge it. To recharge it, you could use a solar panel or use a USB AC adapter as this is a micro USB connection. I wanted to know the Ring if God forbid something happens, I wanted to make sure I invested in a product that would make my life easier without breaking the bank, and one which would be safe and not stolen if installed outside. Tip: I put a little bit of silicone caulking in the holes because I wanted to make sure the mounting bracket didn't go anywhere. I also did it because I was drilling into wood which is always outdoors, and was going to be touched a bunch. Compromising the integrity of wood that is outdoors is asking for dry rot. So I caulked my screw holes. It isn't going anywhere, but if God forbid your Ring grows legs and walks away, Ring will replace it for you. I was interested in making the purchase before, but the more I investigated, the more I felt compelled to get one. Because we had a Schlage deadbolt previously, installing the new Schlage deadbolt was simple, so I had the new Schlage deadbolt re-keyed to match the existing front door key. We can still program codes, but the convenience of this along with the Ring doorbell are somewhat like having a microwave. Could you go back to living without one? The same holds true for the Ring. The Kids (octogenarians aka Mom and Dad), insist they can hear the doorbell ring and don't need hearing aids. With the use Philips Hue light bulbs and IFTTT, I have the Ring configured so lights start to flash when someone rings the doorbell. I have a Wink hub (gen 1), and it found the Ring on the first try. The Wink is a good 30-40 feet away, and had no problems connecting. I have been working on some automation projects and have looked at Home Assistant and I have read the Ring will integrate with Home Assistant too. Bottom line, you get plenty of choices and options as far as home automation is concerned. If you're an Apple user, this is HomeKit aware. I have to do some more tweaking with things at my house, to be able to test everything thoroughly, but this has shown to be very helpful in the few short days I've had it installed.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Read This Before you buy!!!!

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      The product is great "IF" your house isn't facing the east and you don't plan to use the motion detector. Remember - sun rises in the east. If you place this where the sun is hitting it and cars passing by, you will get a lot of notifications for motion detection. Pros - the concept is great specially if you sign up to their $30 annual cloud membership where it saves all the videos. If their motion detection is working fine, this would have been a 5 star. I understand that previous versions didn't have motion detection. It was recently added so they need to do better. Works great if your house is facing the north or south (against the sunrise/set). Cons: Big Con - when you turn on the motion detection, it suggests that you watch the video of the company owner promoting the product. The video will tell you how you can adjust the motion detection coverage so it doesn't get moving cars, tree branches, etc. I played around with it to the shortest distance 5ft and then the least amount of notifications. According to the inventor, it should only track heat within 5 feet of the house (least coverage setting). ALAS! I get the same amount of notifications, if not more from light bouncing off the gadget. So I went to their website and told them about the unwarranted motion detection. Here is what the guy told me - Set it to the maximum amount of coverage - like 30 feet and then to the maximum amount of notifications. I said "are you listening to my complaint? why would I want to have a wider coverage and more notifications?" The Million Dollar Answer - "Well the product will actually do the opposite. If you set it to a higher coverage, it will give you less notifications. The product actually will do the opposite!" To everyone reading this, have you ever bought a product where you have to do the opposite of the instructions to get the product to work?" I'm sure they will deny this if they read this but this really happened. Another Con - they give you tools but the screws are the cheapest kind like the ones that screw plastic toys. You can actually break them with your fingers. I had two of them break just by tightening the screw. I made the mistake of pre-drilling only to have the screws break. I had to move it out of those holes since they're useless with half the screw covering two of the holes. I moved them and bought new screws from Home Depot. Final review to make it a 5 star product a. Do not use the motion detector b. If you plan to use the motion detector, make sure your door is facing North or South. c. Do not use the supplied screws. Buy your own at Home Depot or Lowes . Thanks for reading

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Supper easy security


      The RING doorbell It is seldom that a product moves me to make a public statement, let alone a review. So here I go gushing about a product that even the Shark Tank guys missed out on. The RING doorbell is an amazing product. It's amazing because it works, it's simple and it is easy to install. Imagine being able to see and converse, with anyone on your porch, from anywhere in the world! I am somewhat of a tech-gadget junkie. Unfortunately, my tech skills are limited to using the toaster. I love things like closed circuit security systems, GPS and smart phones. Problem is most of these products don't work “Out-of-the-Box”. Most have a learning curve similar to learning how to fly a plane. Example: I have a complete security system with five cameras sitting in a box in my spare room closet. It obviously is not doing its job as designed. The wiring and setup of the system was totally overwhelming to me. I was going to hire someone to install it until my wife put a $200 cap on the adventure. Not so with the RING doorbell. Opened the box, followed the instructions and 20 minutes later I watched my nosy neighbor step up on my porch to inspect the new doorbell. I have to admit I really enjoyed the look on his face when I asked him what he wanted via the built in intercom. To make it even better, the entire thing was recorded and can be shared... now that was worth the price of admission, which by the way, is just under $200. The doorbell can be triggered by either motion (with adjustable sensing pattern) or by ringing the doorbell in the traditional manner. Your regular door chime will ring as it always has, but here is what is not traditional. When the bell is triggered your phone rings a special alert and a video appears on the screen showing you a crisp, HD live feed of who is in front of the doorbell's built-in camera. You can then answer through the intercom and carry on a conversation with the visitor. What is important is that you can be anywhere on the planet as long as you can get a cell signal! Okay, you ask why is that such a big deal? It's big because 85% of robberies start with a ring of a doorbell to see if someone is home. You'll NEVER not be home, once you install the RING doorbell... you'll always know who is at your door and they won't know if you are at home or in Paris. Pretty cool. There is another use. The motion senor and recorder provide a great way of keeping track of the kids coming and going from the house. Even when you are away at work or traveling. If you have kids that leave for school after you leave for work, you'll know what time they left and if they were alone or with someone. Same when they return from school. If you go away for the weekend,,, the no party or no boys rules are tech-enforced. Recently, while traveling, we hired a service to check on our dog and care for her. I have a record of the person coming and going and how long they were there. I am in awe of this product and cannot endorse it more actively. I am not employed by the company or do I receive any form of compensation other than the satisfaction of telling others that I have found a GREAT product that actually does exactly what it claims to do... and maybe more. Again, pretty cool. Nashville, Tennessee

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Better off with Separate Devices

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      It's got potential for those who want an easy to install device with little hassle. First big issue is there's no way to reboot the device without physical access. The reboot is always step #1 for troubleshooting and they make this a PIA. Second: The battery level indicator is inaccurate (at least on mine). Hardwired to the door it said it was at 60% all night, even after streaming tests. This morning it's at 60%. I took it off rebooted it and put it on a charger and 5 min later it's at 85%. Took it off the charger; reinstalled it and the it went to 74%, 1 minute after saying it was at 85%. It's steadily draining while on hardwired even though it's not recording anything. I've quadruple checked my plate is flat and that the contacts are clean, but there's no real indication to check for power input - other than the drain (which I'm not sure is reading correctly). Something better than whether a white light is on is needed. I get 20v from the connection. Video Quality: rather poor. Even though it's 720p the bitrate is very low and with a high amount of compression. A Foscam at work running 720p @ 1Mb/s 10FPS has better IQ than the ring. Add PTZ, a lower entry price, and you've got a device far better than the Ring, though not as "pretty." The ring videos are 720p just about 900Kb/s and 15FPS. My upload speed is 1.5 to 2.5Mb/s so it can handle a higher bit rate - the Ring is on a different AP and Gateway than my main internet use. I have 4 different gateways (all cell from Sprint, VZ, and AT&T). The Ring in on Sprint since it's the least used Gateway. Web interface is lacking. All other cheap IP cams have access via web interface or an app. The Ring only allows you to view past events via web with no way to download except via mobile app. You have to use a third party extension to retrieve videos through a browser. No health/batter info either. They do have a ad in your dashbord. You wanna see you order history? You get to see the stuff you don't have. It would be nice if there was an embedded websever so you wouldn't need to send the video to Ring and then download the stream to your device. It's an unnecessary waste of bandwidth when you should be able to directly stream from your internal Wifi network. Basically, if you want an easy to install no frills basic device grab this and you'll be happy. If you want to save money, put in more work in set up, have better image quality, and pay no one to record your videos, keep your dumb doorbell and grab an IP cam. They can record to SD, local or remote servers, have extensive scheduling, reboot remotely, and PTZ. My wife wanted the "prettier" device instead of the better cam so I got the ring. When it dies I switching to a PTZ IPCam. The wife will have no input next time. I'd still recommend this to people, but would strongly recommend an IP Cam to someone who's not afraid to put in some work for a better device.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      My experience was okay... but you'll love yours.

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      I've heard a lot of hype around the Ring video doorbell. Needless to say, I was excited to try it out. Let's start with the positives. Being able to get notifications on your phone when someone rings your doorbell or when there is motion detected by the camera is awesome. This way, you can always be home, even when you aren't. The notifications for the doorbell presses have been spot on; I haven't missed a single one. The doorbell also has a live view mode, which lets you take a peek through the camera at any time you like. You can look through the doorbell without someone ringing it and without motion triggering it. This feature didn't work when I first installed it, but a quick doorbell press fixed it and it has been working flawlessly since. This doorbell is definitely not without flaws, however. The motion detection is great. Too great. The doorbell is really good at finding motion. You can adjust its "scanning zone" through the app, which lets you pick certain pie slice-shaped zones that you can scan within if you don't like the default radial distance control. The problem is that no matter how hard I try to turn the motion distance all the way down to the 5 foot minimum, the doorbell STILL pulls cars from the street, which is more than 30 feet away, and sends me annoying and random motion alerts about them. I obviously don't want to turn off the feature entirely; it is a key selling point to the product and it's still nice to be able to see that the mailman has just dropped the mail off for the day or if a delivery truck is pulling up. It just drives me insane that I keep getting these useless motion event alerts. I will be contacting Ring Support about this; it could be totally possible that I just have a bad unit. In addition, I have had a really annoying issue with the night vision LEDs. Again, they work superbly. They are so bright, I can't even see the faces of people who ring the doorbell when it is dark out. I don't know if this is unique to my home, but I strongly caution anyone who is looking to replace their existing doorbell against putting Ring in the same position if you have any shiny objects nearby. For me, my metal mailbox is directly below and to the right of the doorbell, and unfortunately the night vision LEDs reflect straight off of the side of it, creating an overexposure that renders all night time video useless. I've tried calling Ring Support and they have no way to turn off or dim each of the two set of LEDs, of which there is one on each side of the camera on the front of the doorbell. This is super annoying since I can't turn one set off either; that'd completely solve my problem. Instead, I will be taping over the left side of my doorbell because my current mailbox is working just fine and I don't feel the need to replace it. Ring Support suggested that I reposition the doorbell, but I think that's silly because I've already drilled holes through the wall to hardwire the doorbell to the house. It's not like I should have to hang out for several hours during installation to check if night vision works right. All I'm asking for is control over the night vision LEDs through the app - simple. My last gripe about the Ring doesn't affect me directly but is one that should be noted. If you go with the wireless install, you'll obviously be charging the doorbell once in a while. The charging time for the doorbell, however, is outrageous. Ring claims it can take from 5-12 hours to charge the doorbell, depending on what power source you are using (a 500mA USB port on a general computer being the slowest and a 2A wall charger being recommended for the quickest charging process by Ring). I can personally confirm that they are correct since my unit came discharged. I don't know why this thing takes so long to charge. I could charge my huge iPad in that amount of time. The main concern I have is that because the charging process can take so long, your doorbell will be out of commission for hours. This means that, for one, you might get someone at your door that you could miss, and for two, that you could possibly miss the ability to see any motion alerts or possible security threats, which, in my opinion, breaks a key selling point for the Ring doorbell. It's also important to not let the doorbell fully discharge if you are using the wireless option, since Ring says that you might have to completely set it up all over again if it does, which is extremely puzzling to me. It's also important to note that wired installation users don't have to worry about issues related to charging; the doorbell will obviously be powered by the house and the battery will be charged using those wires also. One last note - if you are looking for a Ring doorbell that will specifically work with Apple HomeKit (i.e. controlling the doorbell through the Home app on iOS 10) do not buy this version of the Ring doorbell. You will have to buy the Ring Video Doorbell Pro, which has the necessary security hardware to support the home automation standard. Other third-party integrations through services like Lockitron and Kwikset Kevo through Ring+ and the all-encompassing IFTTT automation service will work on both doorbells. I know it sounds like I had very little to love about this doorbell. I definitely have my gripes with it, but I will not remove my recommendation for it just for those gripes. So many other people have been happy with their Ring doorbells that I wonder if mine is just defective. Regardless, I see serious value in installing one of these to improve the security of your home and to add convenience to your home. And with the Ring Neighborhoods service, the Nextdoor social network, and HD video recordings from the doorbell itself, the safety and security of your neighborhood and the people living in it can be greatly improved. This device is a fantastic first step into the smart home world, and with its ease of use, I highly recommend Ring for people to purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 13 reviews

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      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
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      In the age of the smart home, the number of home devices being connected to the internet is expanding exponentially. Whether it's a kettle, fridge, vacuum cleaner, the central heating or - in this case - a doorbell, you can control and monitorFull Review
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    • TechnoBuffaloBrandon Russell on August 16, 2015
      Ring video doorbell review: Answer your door from anywhere
      We get frequent visitors here at the TechnoBuffalo office—at least a few a day. That's not an issue in and of itself, but the problem is we can't actually see who's outside our door until we open it (sadly, there's no peephole). That makes forFull Review
    • GottaBeMobileXavier Lanier on July 2, 2015
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