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How come no deal on ring doorbell 2??
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How come no deal on ring doorbell 2??
You only want the pro
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You only want the pro
If you want powered. If you want battery operated (it lasts for months, usually) for place-anywhere convenience, then the Ring and RIng 2 are good - and cheap, usually - choices.

This is a very good price on the RIng Pro.
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If you want powered. If you want battery operated (it lasts for months, usually) for place-anywhere convenience, then the Ring and RIng 2 are good - and cheap, usually - choices.

This is a very good price on the RIng Pro.
Fry's has it for $179.88 with promo code.
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yah? do you have one? if not, you gotta jump thru hoops getting it powered. most homes will have to install another transformer, and good luck finding the original. of course, you can pay for professional install, or just get the ring2
That's just not true. I've set up four of these and none have required a transformer beyond the little piece that comes with it that you attach to your doorbell (just clips into existing wiring). I'm probably average on the handy scale and haven't had any problems at all. Perhaps if you have an especially old house, you'd need power but I've put in in places up to ~20 years old.
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My 14 year old son installed ours after following the directions. Our house was built in 1990.
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yah? do you have one? if not, you gotta jump thru hoops getting it powered. most homes will have to install another transformer, and good luck finding the original. of course, you can pay for professional install, or just get the ring2
1. In the box, there's an offer of professional installation. I forget if it was $50 or $75, but c'mon - if you really can't do it, it's fairly inexpensive to get the Pro installed. That said, if you want to avoid any of that hassle completely, you are right - just get the Ring or Ring 2, battery operated, which don't really need installation - you can stickytape them on, too.
2. My home was built in the 2000s, and I just had to add their little wire to my existing interior doorbell. Pretty trivial, and I'm one of those that turns off entire house power to do *anything* more than changing a light bulb!
3. For those still paying attention, after I turned off house power, added the wire to the interior doorbell (ladder required...), and then unscrewed the existing doorbell, removed some caulking, and added the new one, it might've been 30-40 minutes or so for me. Add 5 minutes of wifi setup work, and it's all set. Pretty easy...
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yah? do you have one? if not, you gotta jump thru hoops getting it powered. most homes will have to install another transformer, and good luck finding the original. of course, you can pay for professional install, or just get the ring2

Ive installed 3 of these and each was about 5 minutes with a screwdriver...
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I read a report today on ring's security flaw with passwords
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I read a report today on ring's security flaw with passwords
HI Raghupathy,

Thanks, here's one article on it
https://www.engadget.com/2018/05/...word-flaw/

In general all the internet connected devices are expected to have security flaws, so you want to do what you can to reduce that exposure by turning of UPnP on your firewall / router as well as setting up a VPN on your router if you want to view these out side of your LAN.

Update:
Does not seem to be that bad of a vulnerability. Basically, if you shared your account password with others, and they remain logged into the app - then when you change the password - those connected are not automatically knocked off as they have already been authenticated.
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If you buy the Ring Pro do you automatically get one year free of cloud storage or is that just with buying it from Costco? Been going back and forth between these video doorbells, but looks like Ring is the winner from it's temp tolerances alone. I live in Phoenix and Nest is only rated up to 104° and Ring is rated up to 120°.
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If you buy the Ring Pro do you automatically get one year free of cloud storage or is that just with buying it from Costco? Been going back and forth between these video doorbells, but looks like Ring is the winner from it's temp tolerances alone. I live in Phoenix and Nest is only rated up to 104° and Ring is rated up to 120°.
Hi Phillyphan,

Yes Costco iirc includes 1 year of service with all of the ring products they sell.

On a temp rating note - the best I have seen speced so far for low temp is
https://slickdeals.net/f/11588039-honeywell-skybell-trim-1080p-wi-fi-video-doorbell-bronze-or-silver-149-9

I did not look at the higher end of the temp range.
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