There were a bunch of great Ring deals during Black Friday and Cyber Monday but those promotions are long gone now. But worry not as, for a limited time, B&H is offering you one more opportunity to save on the company's line of smart doorbells if you missed out last week. You can add a Ring Video Doorbell 2 or Ring Video Doorbell Pro to your smart home from just $99 while supplies last. The devices are on sale as part of B&H's end-of-year Mega DealZone promotion so you only have a couple of days to make the most of these savings.
Ring's Video Doorbell Pro takes the place of your existing hardwired doorbell at home. It's equipped with a 1080p HD camera featuring infrared night vision that lets you view its video feed using an app on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, and you'll be able to do so from anywhere in the world. It's also equipped with a microphone and built-in speaker that allows you to speak with any visitors that arrive at your door. Meanwhile, its integrated motion sensor can send an alert to your phone even before the doorbell is pressed. Plus, with Ring's Lifetime Theft Protection, you can rest easy knowing that if this device is ever stolen, you can get a replacement for free. At $129, it's almost half off its regular price at Amazon.
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Ring Video Doorbell 2 in used condition
$69.99 $100.00 Save $30
This is fully functional unit tested by Amazon that may have cosmetic imperfections. It is sold by Woot and the price is available for only one day. Record video in 1080p resolution. Use your phone, tablet, or Echo device to see, hear, and speak.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
$159.99 $249.00 Save $89
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro lets you see and speak with whoever's at your home's front door using an app on your smartphone. It's easy to install too and connects to your existing doorbell's wiring for power.
Ring Video Doorbell (2020 Release)
$79.99 $99.99 Save $20
Best Buy's one-day sale on the latest Ring Video Doorbell can save you $20 instantly. You can even bundle it with a Ring Chime for $20 more and score a free Echo Dot smart speaker with the purchase.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Ring Chime Pro
$99.99 $204.98 Save $105
Buying refurbished at Amazon is always a smart idea. The items are like new and have been tested to ensure they're in proper working condition. You'll even receive a full warranty and a free Ring Chime Pro with today's offer.
Ring Alarm 2nd-generation 5-piece kit with free Echo Dot
$119.99 $200.00 Save $80
Get it faster if you don't care about the free Echo Dot. This 5-piece kit comes with a base station, keypad, one contact sensor, one motion detector, and one range extender. Add other sensors and keypads and such as you need. Works with Alexa.
You can also choose to go with the Ring Video Doorbell 2 for $99. That's $30 off Amazon's pre-holiday sale price and $100 off its current price. The major differences between the two devices is the Doorbell 2 has a rechargeable battery pack and is easier to install, especially in places where you can't hardwire it. The Doorbell Pro has much more advanced motion detection and works with both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi bands.
Ring devices are, of course, compatible with Amazon Alexa. That means you'll be able to use something like the Echo Show 5 and any other Echo devices you may own to receive notifications whenever your doorbell is pressed or motion is detected. With an Echo Show, Alexa will not only share announcements but also let you see and talk to visitors on its screen.
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