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Amazon's tossing in a free Echo Dot with purchases of the Ring Alarm smart security system right now, and thanks to a discount of up to $65 on the alarm system, you can score one of the best deals ever on this smart home bundle.
The year of Ring Protect Plus is $100 alone. The doorbell goes for $170 usually. Huge savings. Records 1080p HD video, sends notifications, has Live View, and two-way audio. Works with Alexa and has rechargeable battery.
Today's sale at B&H lets you choose between the Ring Video Doorbell 2 smart video doorbell or the Ring Peephole Cam, a more recent release that lets even apartment renters start using a Ring doorbell. Both options are down to $99 while supplies last.
Use your phone to view live video or use Alexa to communicate with whoever is there. It provides 1080p video with a 160-degree field of view, motion detection, and uses integrated infrared LEDs for night vision.
This video doorbell can be powered by a rechargeable battery instead of being hardwired. It records in 1080p and gives you live on-demand video. Two-way audio lets you communicate with visitors. Works with Alexa, your phone or tablet, or even PC.
The motion-activated HD security camera features built-in floodlights, a siren, and two-way audio so you can talk to whoever is outside your property via your phone or Echo Dot. Sign in and clip the My Best Buy coupon to score this discount.
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro usually sells for up to $250 all by itself, but today you can grab it with the $50 Chime Pro and $90 Echo Show 5 for just $180! Those two additions can seriously enhance how you interact with the doorbell at home.
See who's at your door from anywhere with this smart doorbell. Models at Woot are available used or certified refurbished condition today, both of which have been tested to ensure they work like new and come with a 90-day or 1-year warranty.
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is one of the best options you can get, and the Echo Show 5 lets you view who's at your door from its 5.5-inch display. That bundle is $70 less than the doorbell itself normally sells for alone, so don't miss out.
This bundle is a no-brainer if you're in the market for a video doorbell, as you're getting the latest Echo Dot for free. Both devices play well together with features like two-way audio and the customer reviews are great too.
Use your phone to view live video or use Alexa to communicate with whoever is there. Provides 1080p video with a 160-degree field of view. Uses integrated infrared LEDs for night vision. Includes motion detection and bank-grade encryption.
Now's your chance to save $90 on the 5-piece Ring Alarm security kit which includes a base station, contact sensor, motion detector, keypad, and a range extender. You can add more pieces later and even get professional monitoring at $10/month.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro has served me well for the last two years, but Eufy has caught my eye for a few reasons. Here is why I am switching away from Ring and what makes Eufy the better purchase if you need a high-quality video doorbell.
This video doorbell can be powered by a rechargeable battery instead of hardwired. Records 1080p video and gives you live on-demand video. Two-way audio lets you communicate with visitors. Works with Alexa, your phone or tablet, or even PC.