Ring Stories April 3

Ring Video Doorbell 2 surveils your porch in 1080p for $99 (Save $70), more

B&H currently offers the Ring Video Doorbell 2 for $99 shipped. Normally fetching $169 at Amazon right now, today’s offer comes within $9 of the lowest we’ve seen throughout 2020 so far and is the best we’ve seen in over 2-months. For those in the Alexa ecosystem looking to bolster their smart home’s security, Ring Video Doorbell is about as compelling an option as you’ll find. Alongside direct integration with Amazon’s platform, you’ll enjoy 1080p feeds, motion detection alerts, and more. The doorbell form-factor will also alert you when someone shows up on your porch, whether they actually ring the bell or not. Over 26,000 customers have left a 4.2/5 star rating.

Ring Stories April 1

Less than one month after Ring Video Doorbell 3 debuted, a leaked image leads us to believe that the company has yet another smart home accessory up its sleeve. The source responsible for sharing the leaked image also has unfurled a name, and at this point it is called Ring Doorbox. The device can be locked or unlocked remotely, shedding light on its supposed utility which would could be in-line with a key lock box. Continue reading to learn more. expand full story

Ring Stories March 23

expiredBundle Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Chime Pro, now down to $179 ($299 value)

B&H currently offers the Ring Video Doorbell Pro bundled with Chime Pro for $179 shipped. Usually picking up the doorbell and accessory would run you a total of $299 at Amazon, with today’s offer saving you 40% and coming within $11 of the combined all-time lows. Ring Doorbell Pro features 1080p video recording alongside 30-days of free cloud storage. Unique to this model is dual-band Wi-Fi support, which you won’t find on the lower-end Ring offerings. There’s also enhanced motion detection, so you’ll always be notified when there’s activity outside. Throw in the Chime Pro, and you’ll receive audible alerts when someone’s at the door as well as range extender functionality. Over 21,000 Amazon shoppers have left a 4.2/5 star rating. More details below. 

Ring Stories March 18

expiredSecure all of that TP with a Ring Alarm 5-Pc. Kit + Echo Dot: $149 (Save $50+)

Amazon is offering the Ring Alarm 5-piece Kit + Echo Dot for $149 shipped. Valued at $249, today’s offer yields $100 off what you’d pay when buying these things individually. That being said, this kit typically sells for $199, but this deal provides $50 in savings and comes within $10 of the lowest offer we have tracked there. Owners of this bundle garner a base station, contact sensor, motion detector, keypad, and range extender. Once set up, you can receive smartphone alerts when an armed door or window had been opened, motion has been detected, and much more. Oh, and you also stand to benefit from built-in Z-Wave hub functionality, paving the way for all sorts of further smart home expansions. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

Ring Stories March 11

Today Amazon is expanding its stable of Ring smart home security products with two new video doorbells as well as some updated accessories. The Ring Video Doorbell 3 and 3 Plus enter with a new feature set like pre-roll recording, enhanced motion detection, and 1080p feeds, all in a battery-powered design. Head below for a closer look at what the latest from Ring entails, as well as pricing and availability details.

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Ring Stories March 3

expiredSave over $100 on Ring’s Peephole Cam and secure your home for $89

Update 3/5 @ 2:52 p.m.: We’ve now spotted that Altatac via Rakuten is offering the Ring Peephole Cam for $88.99 shipped when coupon code ALT6 has been applied during checkout. Note: You will need to be logged in to a free Rakuten account to use this code.

Altatac via eBay Daily Deals is offering the Ring Peephole Cam for $95.99 shipped. Normally $199, B&H has it on sale for $99 right now and this is the second-best price that we’ve tracked all-time. While Ring has been in the doorbell camera business for a while, the Peephole Cam is the company’s latest in home surveillance technology. Instead of replacing your doorbell, this goes in place of your current peephole in a front door, offering the ability to glance outside or use the camera located below the eyepiece. Plus, there’s a button so it still acts as a doorbell for those who want that functionality. Rated 4.2/5 stars.

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