If you are hunting for a video doorbell, Amazon today has some killer offers worth considering. Devices like Ring Video Doorbell 2 and Ring Video Doorbell Pro have a price reduction of up to $50 but they both have a free Amazon Echo Dot. Since the Dot alone is worth $50, with these limited-time sales you’re saving up to $100 and, unlike previous offers, those deals are open to everyone— not just Amazon Prime members.
Ring’s Video Doorbell Pro will replace your current hardwired doorbell. It is fitted with a 1080p HD camera with infrared night view that allows you to view your video feed from anywhere around the world using an app on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. It also has a microphone and an integrated speaker that allows you to talk to all visitors at your door. In the meantime, your movement sensor can send an alert to your phone before you press the doorbell. Moreover, Ring’s Lifetime Theft Protection allows you to rest easy, knowing that you can get a replacement free of charge if the device is ever stolen.
You can see, hear, and speak to visitors at your door via an application on your phone, tablet or computer with the Ring Video Doorbell 2. This camera is equipped with 1080p HD with infrared night vision, so you can see what happens outside your house, no matter what time of the day, and from anywhere in the world it’s all accessible. Just open the application on your device.
A rechargeable battery pack is on the doorbell, or you can attach it to your existing doorbell cord to keep it reliably working. And in contrast to older models, the Ring Video Doorbell 2 has an interchangeable faceplate if you ever decide to change its look. It also includes protection against Ring’s Lifetime Theft.
With the included Echo Dot, your doorbell pairs are very simple. Alexa is used to switching the light on or give reminders when the doorbell is pressed or the motion is registered to your Echo devices. You can also hear and talk to visitors using your Echo device. Of course, you can use your dot to find out the weather, to get news reports, to listen to radio stations, podcasts, audiobooks, and the downloading of music services such as Apple or Spotify.