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2pk Ring Outdoor WiFi Motion-Sensor Camera Floodlights + Chime Pro EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 2-Pack Ring Outdoor WiFi Motion-Sensor Camera Floodlights + Chime Pro (White or Black) for $336. Shipping is free. Thanks mrdude1

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Home Depot is selling the Ring wired floodlight cameras, a 2-pack plus a chime pro, all for $336.

White flood lights - https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ring-.../302772599

Black floodlights - https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ring-.../302772603
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It is an excellent price. Regular price for the flood cam is $250. Costco has a set with one cam and the chime for $240. They have had a $50 coupon several times that brought it down to $190. That was the best deal I've seen on one, and it's gone FP every time.

This thread should be FP. The thing holding it back is the title, most likely. It sounds like some generic camera. I almost overlooked it but I saw the "chime pro" part at the end and it got my attention.
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The title should say something like "Ring Floodlight Camera 2 pack plus chime pro from Home Depot for $336".

The Costco deal for the Ring Floodlight Camera with a chime pro that went front page was $190 but it included one year of cloud recording. This deal is essentially $168 per floodlight camera (without factoring in the chime pro) and doesn't include the one year of cloud recording.
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FYI these floodlights are intended to be mounted vertically. You can mount them horizontally under a sofit for example, but the range of motion of the camera is limited. You will not be able to move the camera up enough especially if you mount them on a first floor roof line. I have two of these from the last HD deal. When they were mounted horizontally, you had to be within 3 ft of the camera to trigger the floodlights. Floodlight motion detection uses a standard motion sensor and can not be adjusted. Recording motion is adjustable and uses the camera.

To solve this problem, I had to by another junction box, cover, conduit, wire and mount them vertically. It was well worth the trouble as my floodlight motion detection is very good and I can even swivel the whole unit for better placement.
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Is this a good deal? Can someone please comment. Looks like a good price to me. But, absence of feedback left me confused..
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Is this a good deal? Can someone please comment. Looks like a good price to me. But, absence of feedback left me confused..
It is an excellent price. Regular price for the flood cam is $250. Costco has a set with one cam and the chime for $240. They have had a $50 coupon several times that brought it down to $190. That was the best deal I've seen on one, and it's gone FP every time.

This thread should be FP. The thing holding it back is the title, most likely. It sounds like some generic camera. I almost overlooked it but I saw the "chime pro" part at the end and it got my attention.
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It is an excellent price. Regular price for the flood cam is $250. Costco has a set with one cam and the chime for $240. They have had a $50 coupon several times that brought it down to $190. That was the best deal I've seen on one, and it's gone FP every time.

This thread should be FP. The thing holding it back is the title, most likely. It sounds like some generic camera. I almost overlooked it but I saw the "chime pro" part at the end and it got my attention.
Thanks. That's what I thought looking at the price.

I agree, the title isn't doing justice to the post. Pulled the trigger. Finally was able to buy something while the deal was still on. All credit to OP (and post's title)..Good job Smilie
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The title should say something like "Ring Floodlight Camera 2 pack plus chime pro from Home Depot for $336".

The Costco deal for the Ring Floodlight Camera with a chime pro that went front page was $190 but it included one year of cloud recording. This deal is essentially $168 per floodlight camera (without factoring in the chime pro) and doesn't include the one year of cloud recording.
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Now that I think about it, the Costco one comes with a year of service, which is worth $30. So, this comes out to a few bucks more per cam and you only get one chime per 2 cameras. But, since Costco isn't running a coupon now, this is still the best deal out there right now, AFAIK. I only need one more cam and don't need another chime or I'd jump on it.
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You would still need to pay 30 dollars per camera per year, to retain rolling past 60 days of recordings. And one chime pro may not be enough, it wasn't for me. I installed two ring floodlights one in the front and the other at the backyard. And had to install two chime pros as well to get better signal.
I must say, these cameras are wonderful. Perfect motion capture, excellent two way communication, love the outdoor siren and very useful motion detection based floodlight.
If you are comparing this with the Costco price, then in 240 for each camera at Costco you also get one year of subscription (worth 30 dollars) and one chime pro (worth 49 dollars).
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How's the monthly subscription fee on this?
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Very good price The Costco Floodlights each come with a chime pro and the best price is usually at $190/ea or $380 for a pair. The last sale in April had them at $199/ea or $400/pair. If you subtract the chime at $50, Costco is between $330-$350. The only difference is that Costco comes with 1 Year of Cloud service but since I have Protect Plus it doesn't really matter
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I was like whats a chime PRO, looks good price I think costco deal (when it comes again) would be better. most houses would need two chime pros. does anyone know what the range on these chime pros?
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How does this compare to the Arlo Pro 2? I know this is wired vs the wireless Arlos...but apart from that how do they match up? Anyone has experience with both?
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Are these things useless without the monthly/yearly subscription?
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How does this compare to the Arlo Pro 2? I know this is wired vs the wireless Arlos...but apart from that how do they match up? Anyone has experience with both?
I don't care for the limited motion detection on my pro 1. Ups guy can come and go despite camera being 20ft away and never picks him up
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$336 for 2 cameras with floodlights + subscription fees is still a lot of $$ esp when generic monitoring webcams are about $20 each.
call me in a month when the generic knock off arrive at about $30 each.
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