video doorbell Stories January 28, 2018

expiredRing Wireless Video Doorbell for $99 (Reg. $179), more

Ring is offering its Wi-Fi Video Doorbell in three different color options for $179, but if you checkout with code COMMERCE99 the price drops to $99 shipped. That’s $80 off and the lowest we’ve seen it offered. Also available is the Ring WiFi Video Doorbell Pro for $249. The code from above will drop the price to $169 shipped. That’s also $80 off and the lowest we can find. Both doorbells come highly rated at Amazon with 4+ star reviews from each. 

video doorbell Stories September 29, 2015

The Skybell Wi-Fi Doorbell livestreams video of anyone who calls: $149 Shipped (Orig. $199)

Update (10/2 1:20pm): This deal has dropped even further too $149 shipped:

If you’re not at home, it is nice to know who is on your doorstep. The Skybell Wi-Fi Doorbell lets you see on your phone. You can grab one now for $169 $149 shipped via 9to5Toys Specials.

Whenever anybody rings the Skybell, it sends a notification to your phone. If you choose to answer, you can view a live video stream from your front door thanks to the in-built camera, and give instructions via the doorbell’s speaker and microphone. In addition, the Skybell has a movement sensor and night-vision technology, meaning it can keep a lookout for less desirable visitors. Installation is pretty simple, as the Skybell hooks up to existing wiring, and connects directly to your home Wi-Fi network. The accompanying app (iOS and Android) works with Wi-Fi or 3G data, and you can put multiple phones on the system, so anyone in the family can see who is there.

Grab the Skybell now to save 15% on the MSRP, with free shipping to the Continental US — make sure to pick your favored color on the deal page.

video doorbell Stories April 30, 2015

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9to5Toys Specials currently has the Ring™ Video Doorbell for $189 with free shipping using $10 off coupon code: ring9t05 at checkout (Tax in CA). That’s $40 off the original price and the lowest price we can find it. It lets you see who is on your front step via a live video stream on your phone. We reviewed it very positively on 9to5mac and it gets 4/5 star reviews at Amazon where it is $10 more expensive with tax in more states.

It’s nice to know who is on the other side of the door before you open it, but the Wi-Fi streaming is also great for when you’re away from home. The Ring™ Doorbell has motion detection and two-way audio, so it knows when someone is there, and it lets you tell the delivery guy to leave the package somewhere suitable. The video is available on both iOS and Android devices, and it is 720p quality. Optionally, you can record the video clips for later viewing (one year of this service is included in the deal). Installation is pretty easy, and the Doorbell can run on battery for 12 months at a time.

  • 1-way video and 2-way audio for ideal communication
  • Cloud Recording add-on for storing clips to view later — one year included
  • Advanced motion detection system with configurable zones
  • Convenient design connects to existing doorbell wiring or runs off built-in battery
  • Easy installation
  • 720p video recording
  • Long-lasting battery provides 12 months of normal use

Pick up the Ring™ Doorbell here and use coupon code ring9to5 at checkout. expand full story

video doorbell Stories September 30, 2014

In 2012, we saw the promise of a Wi-Fi connected home monitoring system in Doorbot. The promise fell short and left a few unhappy first generation adopters. However, the company rebranded and today the product is Ring.

 The Ring Video Doorbell was built from the ground up to provide consumers with unprecedented convenience, monitoring, and security for their homes.

Ring four faceplate-optionsThe Ring is now available for pre-order for $199 until November when it will go to the full price of $249. It comes in four different finishes, and it includes a free cloud-based video recording service (until January of 2015 when subscription options will be available).

The device has apps to work with both iOS and Android and it can record 720p video at 30fps. It has infrared LEDs for recording at night and features a 5,200mAh rechargeable battery that does require charging.

More specs and full PR below:

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