|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 2 x 3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||8AC3S5-0EU0|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year standard warranty|
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Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
- Low Return Rate: 21% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "ring chime"
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- Plug Ring Chime into any standard power outlet, and get instant alerts anywhere in your home.
- Plug and play: Plug it in, connect it to your Wi-Fi network and link it to your Ring devices. It’s that easy.
- Compatible with Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Pro and Stick Up Cam.
- Volume control: Adjust the volume directly from the free Ring app.
- Do not disturb mode: Disable alerts anytime so you can get some peace and quiet.
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From the manufacturer
- Multiple alert tones
- Volume control
- Do Not Disturb mode
Ring 88RG001FC000 Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell
Instant Alerts Anywhere in Your Home
Connect Chime to all of your Ring devices, and get Ring notifications anywhere in your home.
Chime plugs into any standard power outlet and
connects to all your Ring devices, allowing you to get
notifications in any room of your home, even if you’re
not near your phone.
A Ring of Security Around Your Home
With a Video Doorbell at your door and Stick Up Cams around the house, you can create a Ring of Security around your entire home, and get complete peace of mind for you and your family.
A Custom Tone for Every Home
From seasonal sounds to popular classics, Chime has a tone that works for you, and we're constantly adding more.
-Ring Alert 2
-Ring Alert 3
At Ring, our mission is simple: To reduce crime in neighborhoods. And by putting the power of home security in your hands, we’re making that mission a reality.
Ring keeps your home secure and your family safe by protecting you against intruders, burglars, package thieves and any other unwanted guests. Ring Chime enhances your Ring experience by amplifying your alerts and letting you receive notifications anywhere in your home.
Ring Chime links to an unlimited number of Ring devices, so no matter how many Ring Video Doorbells, Ring Pros or Stick Up Cams you have, it can handle the load. Chime sends you instant alerts as soon as someone presses the button on your doorbell or triggers your motion sensors, so you’ll always know when you have a visitor at your door or a stranger on your property.
Chime can be set up in minutes. Simply plug it into any standard power outlet, connect it to your home Wi-Fi network, link it to your Ring devices, and you’re good to go. With Chime, you’ll never miss an alert—even if your phone is in the other room.
Domestic version with standard US-style plug.
Requires Wi-Fi connection.
Dual notifications: One for motion-activated alerts and another for doorbell button presses
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Prior to today,I've always been a bit disappointed at the delay in the motion sensor in triggering the camera. I get quite a few packages weekly, and 90% of the time the camera doesn't activate until someone is walking away from the door. Sure enough, last night, it did not activate until the moment someone was putting their hand over the camera. When my husband tried to speak over it the app, as usual, it delayed and did not activate when it should have. Within 20 seconds the camera went dead. Doorbell gone, hole in my wall as well as feelings of security. When put to the test, it failed at every measure. Camera did not trigger in time to get any view of the person at my door, ability to speak through it didn't work (on an iPhone 7 - current phone, updated), and it was gone from my house in less than a minute. So basically my Ring Doorbell let's me know when a car drives down the street, but when I need it to do what I bought it to do, it fails.
1 - The motion function engages when people are walking away, not when they walk up. MANY of my videos are of people's backsides. I don't know if this is a software issue or what. Tried increasing the sensitivity to the point where I was grabbing cars driving down the street but still only got people leaving my front door. Weird.
2 - This kind of goes along with #2. You cannot access the doorbell with security software like Blue Iris,et.al. Now, I get that they want to sell you their Cloud service and I'm ok with $30 / year to have an off-site backup. But if you could link the doorbell into your security system you would have an actual video of everything in your possession and you could access it from any computer in the world. That would be REALLY handy for police investigations and any legal hassles that may come your way.
3 - If you do not answer the alert fast enough, you are locked out-- even though someone is standing at your front door. You cannot "turn on" the camera from your phone or tablet. If someone is there and you do not have an "ACCEPT" button on the screen, there is just no way to see or talk to them. This is obviously a software flaw. You should always be able to "wake" a camera remotely and talk to a person at your front door. Or maybe you just want to see the view outside your front door. You should be able to access the camera / microphone and enjoy your front yard.
Hopefully these issues will be addressed in the future.
Update 1/24/16 - I have found a fantastic use for the Ring Doorbell and Chime. My mother-in-law, now in her 90s, lives by herself. She has become hard-of-hearing and often does not hear the doorbell. By installing the Ring on her door, she now is bothered much less (solicitors tend to recognize it and don't seem to like it) and when someone rings the bell, the Chime, placed by her favorite chair, gives her a better chance of hearing someone at the door.
I think the Chime would be MUCH improved if it had an ultra-brite LED on top (that you could turn on or off) that would flash when the bell rings. In addition, I REALLY like that I now know when people come to her door and I can talk to them before she answers the door. It gives me a much stronger sense of security for her.
Update 3/24/16 - Ring has added “Live View” to their feature set. It allows you to access your Ring Doorbell any time you wish. This solves the problem with #3 as long as you are not on battery power. Obviously, it also lets you “dial in” any time you wish to check out your front or back yard (where ever your doorbell is). This is a feature that I like as every once in a while I just like to see if its raining or foggy at the house.
Fast forward a week and I received the replacement unit and it was DOA (Dead On Arrival). No sign of life. I even stuck it on a wall charger for a couple of hours as instructed and nothing.
$200 for the unit and $30 for the Video Storage and access and nothing to show for it. I had high hopes for this device but have lost confidence in it. At this point I would say steer clear of this product or look at alternatives.
Amazon will not let me return the item as it is after their refund period so now I am at the mercy of Ring to see what will happen. I emailed Ring customer service and advised them of the recent failure and will update this review when/if I get a response.