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If you guys get the zwave smoke / co alarm, the fireman will show up on co alert. Happen to me 2 weeks ago.. the co buildup was 100 ppm.. would have taken 7 hours to die but still, w/o this, i probably fell sleep over night and probably hit over 300-400ppm and die

I just put in a new liner in the chimney, squirrel or build nest clogging the chimney that caused the co buildup..
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Search Ring retrofit alarm kit, not much info, only info I found is it'll be available in November
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If you guys get the zwave smoke / co alarm, the fireman will show up on co alert. Happen to me 2 weeks ago.. the co buildup was 100 ppm.. would have taken 7 hours to die but still, w/o this, i probably fell sleep over night and probably hit over 300-400ppm and die

I just put in a new liner in the chimney, squirrel or build nest clogging the chimney that caused the co buildup..
The co alarm was a saver for me as well. Fire dept showed up after or detector was going off.
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Something worth noting about the alarm is that the sensors can now be programmed through Alexa for IFTTT style actions. If my back porch opens, turn on the back porch light. If my alarm goes off, have Alexa play loud music and set the thermostat to 85 degrees.

For those who want to create a smarter home, this is an added bonus.
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Awesome deal. The sensors are bulky but all wireless, with a separate base station. It uses your internet connection but has cellular backup.

Professional monitoring is only $100 a year and includes extended warranty for all Ring devices as well as 30 days recordings of cameras. That's where the true value comes in, if you have cameras/doorbells or are looking to add them.

Also, they recently announced an add-on for existing wired alarm systems.
Of course I just installed my ring alarm last month after waiting and waiting for them to figure out a way to use my existing wired alarm sensors. Sigh.
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Ring or SimpliSafe? I have a ring doorbell that has yet to be installed and I would like to buy cameras for outside as well.

Instead of going with Farpoint and getting into a monthly contract, would it be better to just grab the 10 piece, add other items of need and add 2-3 cameras for outside?
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Getting the 10 piece kit. I will have to pay $100 for a year of basic service for the kit, so would it be best to pay $149 more and get the Ring doorbell 2 for essentially $49? The 12 months ring protect plus covers everything the $100 yearly service covers correct? Thank You
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Ring or SimpliSafe? I have a ring doorbell that has yet to be installed and I would like to buy cameras for outside as well.

Instead of going with Farpoint and getting into a monthly contract, would it be better to just grab the 10 piece, add other items of need and add 2-3 cameras for outside?
Go with Ring, its better than Smplisafe, the cost ($100/yr)is lower plus the new retrofit should make your existing alarm system work with Ring as well.
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Go with Ring, its better than Smplisafe, the cost ($100/yr)is lower plus the new retrofit should make your existing alarm system work with Ring as well.
Okay I'll pull the trigger on the 10 piece kit. I currently don't have a alarm setup though.

I was planning on buying that and a few cameras separate and create my own system per say.
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my order was cancelled! It doesn't say why
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Okay I'll pull the trigger on the 10 piece kit. I currently don't have a alarm setup though.

I was planning on buying that and a few cameras separate and create my own system per say.
If your house is prewired for alarm system then Wait for the retrofit. If not, you may need additional sensors depending on what you wanna protect. I believe 6 sensors sell for $99 everywhere. Costco has 4 sensors for $69 I believe
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Something worth noting about the alarm is that the sensors can now be programmed through Alexa for IFTTT style actions. If my back porch opens, turn on the back porch light. If my alarm goes off, have Alexa play loud music and set the thermostat to 85 degrees.

For those who want to create a smarter home, this is an added bonus.
I get the loud music, but why the increased temp?
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I get the loud music, but why the increased temp?
The hope being that its hot and will help overwhelm them along with the lights and sound. Weak but anything that helps cause mistakes.
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I have two systems installed. One thing that annoys the hell out of me is that the keypad is huge and is wired. So forget about convenient installation on a wall by the door. Have to put it somewhere where it can be plugged in, looks messy and it's just so stupid. Don't understand why it can't have a battery. I had Comcast before and the keypad was the size of a switch plate and was battery powered. Ring's one looks like it came straight from 1995.

$10/mo is a steal. Any pro surveillance (Comcast/ADT etc) will be at least $40/mo with a contract and you don't own the equipment.
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If your house is prewired for alarm system then Wait for the retrofit. If not, you may need additional sensors depending on what you wanna protect. I believe 6 sensors sell for $99 everywhere. Costco has 4 sensors for $69 I believe
99% sure it's not pre wired. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure there has never been anything there.

I have 3 sliding doors, and a decent amount of windows. I see they have spotlight battery powered stick up cams with a siren and light that I could buy for an easy setup.

Looks like ring is the way to go over SimpliSafe

Last year I bought a ring video doorbell with a chime and amazon echo from Best Buy for 179 and have yet to install it cause of some renovations that have been pushed wayyyy back.

Thanks for your insight/help.
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