Ring's $199 Alarm system is now up for pre-order, ships July 4

Ring has announced that its long-awaited Ring Alarm security system is now available for pre-order with a price of $199. The company first announced the product back at CES, and the kit was expected to begin shipping in the spring. The bundle will include a base station, keypad, a contact sensor for door or window, motion detector, and a range extender. You'll be able to buy additional sensors to add, and a smoke detector from First Alert will integrate into the system for an additional $30.

The Ring Alarm will integrate seamlessly with your other Ring devices, including the Doorbells, Floodlight Cam, and Spotlight Cams. For $10 a month you get professional monitoring, unlimited video storage for as many Ring devices as you have, and more. There's no long-term contract and installing the Ring Alarm takes only a few minutes.

In addition to what's available right now, Ring will also be launching a smoke and CO listener, which is a sensor that connects to the system and will send an alert to your phone whenever it detects smoke or carbon monoxide at your home. There will also be a flood and freeze sensor, and a dome siren which can sound any time a security event occurs. Each of these will retail for $30, though Ring does not specify when they will be available.

You can pre-order a Ring Alarm from Amazon, Ring.com, Best Buy, and Home Depot today, and shipments will begin in early July.

Jared DiPane

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.