Ring Video Doorbell 2 with Echo Show 5 (Charcoal)
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- This bundle contains Ring Video Doorbell 2 and Echo Show 5.
- 1080p HD video doorbell that lets you see, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet, or select Echo device.
- Get notifications whenever motion is detected by adjusting your motion zones.
- With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app.
- Easily setup your Ring Video Doorbell 2 by connecting to wifi via the Ring app and mounting in your desired location.
- Powered by a quick-release rechargeable battery pack or connects to existing doorbell wiring.
- Record all your videos, review what you missed for up to 60 days, and share videos and photos for $3/month per device with a Ring Protect Plan.
- Connect your Ring Video Doorbell 2 with Alexa then enable announcements to be alerted when your doorbell is pressed or motion is detected. Talk to visitors through compatible Echo devices by saying “Alexa, talk to the front door”.
Never miss another visitor
Watch over your home and answer the door from your phone, tablet and PC with next-gen security from Ring Video Doorbell 2. Ring sends you alerts when anyone comes to your door, so you can see, hear and speak to visitors from anywhere.
Monitor your property in HD video, and check-in on your home at anytime with Live View on-demand video and audio.
Get alerts on your phone, tablet and PC when anyone presses your Doorbell or triggers the built-in motion sensors.
Hear and speak to visitors from your mobile device using the built-in microphone and speakers with noise cancellation.
Connect Ring with select Alexa devices to get security at the sound of your voice and to view live activity at your door anytime.
Removable battery pack
Charge your Doorbell without moving the device using the quick-release battery pack.
Choose one of two complementary faceplates to match your security to your home.
Advanced motion detection
Adjust your motion zones to find the ideal setting for you and your home.
Protect your everyday
Get even more out of all your Ring devices with Ring Protect, a comprehensive service that lets you review what you missed. See, save, and share videos and photos when you activate Ring Protect for $3/month per device or $10/month per household.
Security and privacy controls in a convenient dashboard
With Control Center, you can add and remove authorized client devices, shared users, and select linked accounts–all from one place on your phone, tablet, or PC. Learn more about security and privacy.
Works with Alexa
Link your Ring account to Alexa for hands-free home monitoring so you'll always know when someone's there. Hear announcements on your Echo devices when your doorbell is pressed, and automatically see a live view of your camera on Echo devices with a screen. Talk to visitors through compatible Echo devices, like Echo Dot or Echo Show, by simply saying “Alexa, talk to the front door.”
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I don't have unlimited data on my phone I only have 8 GB on my phone.
I found me in the middle of the month with no data so I check what happened I see ring app as you more than 4 GB
so I blocked the permission for the ring app to use my cellular data.
I can only receive the alerts when I'm on Wi-Fi.
so I'm not really always home.
installation is easy for the battery unit.
on the app, I can see the footage back to 60 days which is a pro it only cost $3 a month which is really affordable
the video quality is very good
I recently tried to see the footage for a package with the show delivered but I never received it, I had to scroll back till I found this specific date and time which I want to see the footage, which is annoying, I wish I could filter a date and time for the footage I want to see
I wish ring should fix this to options I will update my review.
+ Easy to install and set up. I installed to existing doorbell wires, connected it to 2 echos and 2 phones very quickly.
+ You have video/audio to your front door. If you pay the monthly fee, you have recordings of activity at your front door.
+ fast responsiveness via cell network when away from home (but not when at home ... see below)
+ Great to leverage existing devices to notify of door activity/doorbell ring. Our house is spread out and we were missing a lot of doorbell rings. Now we don't miss any.
+ Cool to be able to see the front porch and yard any time you want via the live video feed.
Not so good:
- Inside my house, on the same wifi as the Ring, it takes 20-30 seconds from the notification for image and audio to be available ... that is way too long. They need to improve the local wifi access approach.
- Without the monthly fee, there is NO stored video. So you get a notification ... then 30 seconds later, the person may already be gone from the door. Only live video ... which per the above point, isn't as useful as I had hoped.
First, the ring doorbell itself is not perfect and has it's good and bad. The good: picture quality is great, dont need a monthly subscription to interacted with doorbell, record/download any video you've got, interact with anyone from your phone or alexa. The bad: 1. Motion captured will notify you right away but takes forever (like 30-70 seconds for you to be able to view that video on your phone or alexa...you'd be dead by the time you see that intruder on your phone!!! 2. The doorbell push takes up to 7 seconds for alexa to register so your guests are just standing there several moments before you know about it. 3. Motion starts to record but when you review footage, the video is chopped off in the first few seconds (you will have to download to watch from the beginning if you want to see specific movement that triggered the camera). 4. Replay on motion is only good for 30 seconds of video...the video cuts off after that and will possibly start over if it senses motion again (not good if there is a guy just standing there for several minutes). 5. Angles can be tricky when installing...camera is decent at catching all angles but will still he tricky when trying to place the perfect capture of whatever you want to capture (basically, no way of adjusting the camera once you drill this bad boy into the brick or foundation of your home...an error could be costly). 6. Installing is easy if you are just using the battery, but cumbersome when you have to swap out batteries or charge after 2 weeks. Hard wire install is a little more challenging and I recommend watching the dos and don'ts on YouTube. 7. Motion from a nearby street is detected fairly easy but you can adjust sensitivity...to a certain point. This sensitivity adjustment is fairly odd and you might find yourself adjusting so low that you wont capture anyone until they are at your door, or go with the latter and adjust too high and get notifications for everyone of your neighbors driving by!!!
Second: Alexa show is not too bad. It does what I want it to do and shows me what I ask her to show me. I connected the ring and other alexa pods seamlessly throughout the house and I am able to ask alexa to show me specific cameras in the house to include the doorbell. I also connected music apps and I am able to play music with zero hassle. I can view highlights of last night's game while getting ready in the morning and ask for weather channel updates. The speaker isn't the best out there, but does a decent job. Mu only complaint would be the look. Even the newer shows are not the best in design. You think with all the futuristic things they could have gone with they went with "grandma's old alarm clock" look!!!
Overall, great purchase!!!