|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.4 x 2.4 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||8VR1S7-0EU0|
|Batteries||1 A batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Ring doorbell, proprietary screws, mounting bracket|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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Ring Video Doorbell 2
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- See, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your phone, tablet or PC
- Get instant alerts when visitors press your doorbell or trigger ring’s built-in motion sensors
- Watch over your home in brilliant 1080Hd video
- Easily charge your doorbell with the quick-release rechargeable battery pack
- Compatible with iOS and Android mobile devices, and Mac and Windows PCs
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From the manufacturer
- Adjustable motion sensors
- Easy installation
- Live View enabled: Check-in on your property at any time with video on demand
Ring Video Doorbell 2
Get next-level security and convenience with the all-new Video Doorbell 2. Armed with motion-activated alerts, 1080HD video and two-way talk, Ring lets you watch over your home and answer the door from anywhere. Day or night, rain or shine – you’re always home.
- 1080HD video
- Rechargeable battery pack
- Wide-angle camera lens
- Motion-activated alerts
- Wi-Fi compatible
Works on Any Home
Runs off its internal battery pack, or connects to doorbell wiring for non-stop power.
Advanced Motion Detection
Adjust your motion sensors to find the ideal setting for you and your home.
Security in Your Hands
Get alerts on your phone, tablet and PC when people come to your door.
A Finish for Every Home
Ring Video Doorbell 2 comes with two interchangeable faceplates, so you can pick a color that matches your home and your style. Choose from Venetian Bronze or Satin Nickel.
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The next-generation Ring Video Doorbell 2 lets you watch over your home and answer the door from your phone, tablet and pc. Ring Video Doorbell 2 comes with adjustable motion sensors, so you can focus on the most important areas of your yard. When anyone triggers your motion sensors or presses your doorbell, you’ll get an instant alert on your phone, tablet and pc. Answer the alert, and you can see, hear and speak to people at your door from anywhere. With Ring, you can also use live view to get on-demand streaming video and two-way audio, so you can check-in on your property at anytime. And with its built-in night vision sensors and weather-resistant design, you can protect your home around the clock – day or night, rain or shine. You’ll also get a free 30-day trial of Ring video recording, so you can save, review and share your videos at anytime with anyone. Ring Video Doorbell 2 comes with an innovative quick-release rechargeable battery pack, so you can charge your doorbell without moving the device. With two interchangeable faceplates included in your purchase, you can pick a finish that matches your home and your style. And with the complimentary tool kit and setup guide, you’ll have your Ring Video Doorbell 2 installed in just minutes. Whether you’re on vacation halfway around the world, or just too busy with the kids upstairs, Ring lets you answer the door from anywhere. Because with Ring, you’re always home. Requires Wi-Fi connection. Compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and windows 10 devices lifetime purchase protection: if your Ring Video Doorbell 2 gets stolen, we’ll replace it for free
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I love the concept of this product, and it is extremely useful and reassuring as a homeowner. The design of the product is sleek and attractive and the user interface of the app is very easy to learn and navigate. That said, this product has one annoying flaw, and it's really more of a ripoff than a flaw.
Once your trial of ring video recording ends, you can no longer access past events without a paid subscription. That's not such a big deal until you realize what counts as a "recent event". If you don't press the button within about 5 seconds of getting a motion alert, you missed your shot and now it's a past event. Say the UPS guy comes, presses the doorbell and walks off immediately. Your phone properly notifies you that somebody is at your door, but you've got something in your hands, or your phone is in your pocket or any other distraction is going on that takes 5 seconds to finish. By the time you hit the notification banner and go into the app, it will take you to a screen that says you need a paid subscription to see past events. Earlier today I got a notification WHILE holding my phone, clicked it immediately, but the live video loaded slowly and by the time it did load, the "event" was considered done and it took me to the screen saying I needed to pay. I have no problem paying to record everything and be able to pull up events from hours, days or weeks ago, but needing to pay because 5 seconds went by and the app loaded slowly is a rip-off. This is a $200 item which replaces a $5 hardware store doorbell, and the ONE thing it's supposed to do (show you live video of rings or motion events at your door) doesn't work about half the time without paying extra. There needs to be about a 30 second window at minimum where you can see what's going on without having to pay extra.
When I contacted customer service about this, they were friendly and helpful, but ultimately only gave me one extra month free trial, which has since expired and doesn't fix the problem. This is a product flaw. Be aware that if you want this to work properly, you're going to need to sign up for an ongoing subscription. To work as advertised, this is really a $200 doorbell with a $30 yearly subscription fee.
Anyway, the motion detection is terrible. It catches cars far off in the distance and misses people walking up onto the porch. The video quality is good when it works, which is usually. Sometimes it just records black. The audio quality is not understandable between the phone and the unit. The software is kind of iffy - the software for other products like the Arlo is much better, showing useful thumbnails for the video, (and by the way not charging for storage for the first five cameras).
I contacted support about the motion detection and the black video and the audio problems. We've been circling the drain where they keep wanting me to send updated bandwidth figures and rebooting the unit (which improved the video somewhat but not the audio or motion detection) and then after that they want me to call their support number. So basically they don't have online support, they just have a couple of canned messages that you'll get every couple of days. Just go right to calling support.
When it works, the Ring delivers decent video and audio and picks up motion without a problem. Emphasis on "when it works."
Despite our internet running at 300mpbs or faster, our Ring struggles to pick up a solid signal from our router, which is no more than 15 feet from the RING. The several times I've contacted the Ring support team they've been very friendly. They even sent us a signal boosting Chime Pro for free to help with the signal problem. Unfortunately this only made the signal worse according to the support team.
Because our Ring receives a poor signal from our router, it often struggles to connect - failing completely in many cases. It even fails to capture motion because of this. Even when it manages to detect motion, it often doesn't record any kind of motion event footage, as the signal was too poor.
Fortunately we live in a fairly safe neighborhood, in a fairly safe town. This made it all the more upsetting when we came home to find someone's tools ON TOP of our Ring device. The person failed to detach the Ring, luckily. The real irony is that the Ring didn't even capture footage of the event due to its poor signal.
Despite this, we now pay the $3 a month required to save our online footage - when it captures. We're out of the return window due to our many attempts to fix the device through Ring support. If I could do it over, I'd be tempted to send it back and try another brand. Everything else in our house gets a killer signal, so why this device can't get a signal from our router that's only 15 feet away is beyond me.