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Ring Video Doorbell Pro and Chime Pro Bundle + Free Echo Dot (3rd Gen) $229.99 + Free Shipping

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So I got this set the last time it was sold at 199.99

What I have noticed is that the bells that are being sold with these extenders/chimes have a less powerful wireless device built in.

Before u press the thumbs down... pay attention. I tried a couple of these ultimately had to replace just the bell with a separately sold ring pro. The second I change the bell it worked like a charm. The chime that you see photographed, is actually a Wi-Fi extender that need to be in close proximity of the bell.

I don't know what the probability is of getting a bad bell twice and having the same issue till a single packaged Bell was purchased and it worked perfectly. I would love to hear other people's experience if you installed is Bell a little away from your Wi-Fi router and had the same problem that we did.
That explains why my Ring Pro doesn't have a very strong signal. I have a -64 signal rating on my bell and -25 signal rating on the chime. I've tried placing the chime in several different locations including directly on the other side of the door but I can't get a rating over -64. It works fine but I think that connecting to it when it rings would be faster if I had a stronger bell unit. The strength of the signal should be really high given where the chime/extender is placed .
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Costco does NOT sell the Pro (Atleast in store)
My mistake. It was frys who had it on sale for $200 not Costco
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They're unloading all current stock in anticipation of the new 4K model doorbells. Prices will keep dropping. Everyone should wait either for a better price or the new model.
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Do all Ring Pro doorbells come with the one-year cloud feature or only the one you buy at Costco.com?
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Do all Ring Pro doorbells come with the one-year cloud feature or only the one you buy at Costco.com?
Costco only
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They're unloading all current stock in anticipation of the new 4K model doorbells. Prices will keep dropping. Everyone should wait either for a better price or the new model.
Makes sense.....However the 'problem' with 4k is the amount of data it will consume. For some of us with data caps 4k may be enough to create overages (depending on compression they use). Sticking with 1080p (but waiting for prices to inevitably drop due to 4k).

But not going with pro due to the internal battery (yes.... it has one) failure issue. Google Reddit and Ring pro battery.
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Makes sense.....However the 'problem' with 4k is the amount of data it will consume. For some of us with data caps 4k may be enough to create overages (depending on compression they use). Sticking with 1080p (but waiting for prices to inevitably drop due to 4k).

But not going with pro due to the internal battery (yes.... it has one) failure issue. Google Reddit and Ring pro battery.
Just like anything 4k, it's just for advertising.. nobody can possibly need more than 720p-1080p for a phone / tablet size screen. So it will likely just scale down to reduce data usage and speed up connections.
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