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eufy Security Wi-Fi Video Doorbell, 2K Resolution. $109.99 w/ promotion code DBCODE99N
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I've had both the ring 2 and the eufy, kept the eufy even though the ring was a couple $$ cheaper, better motion sensor, quick notification, no subscription etc, haven't looked back!!
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This is 2560 x 1920 resolution. 1080p is 1,920x1,080. Don't comment if you don't actually look things up first.
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I got it recently on Dec 26th deal.. it's very Easy to install and the onboard storage is more than we need. I returned my ring pro, I hate paying $3/mo as subscription fees for looking at recordings.
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Solid doorbell. I have one of these and has been working flawlessly for the last 4 months. I like the freedom of the free onboard storage and not paying a monthly fee.
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Love it.. got it on cyber monday $98 ... best of the best... wonder when the 365 days camera will be onsale
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I love this thing
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I got it recently on Dec 26th deal.. it's very Easy to install and the onboard storage is more than we need. I returned my ring pro, I hate paying $3/mo as subscription fees for looking at recordings.
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I've had both the ring 2 and the eufy, kept the eufy even though the ring was a couple $$ cheaper, better motion sensor, quick notification, no subscription etc, haven't looked back!!
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Good deal. Struggling a bit with the right about of motion sensitivity, but overall very happy.
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Solid doorbell. I have one of these and has been working flawlessly for the last 4 months. I like the freedom of the free onboard storage and not paying a monthly fee.
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Love it.. got it on cyber monday $98 ... best of the best... wonder when the 365 days camera will be onsale
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I got it recently on Dec 26th deal.. it's very Easy to install and the onboard storage is more than we need. I returned my ring pro, I hate paying $3/mo as subscription fees for looking at recordings.
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I've had both the ring 2 and the eufy, kept the eufy even though the ring was a couple $$ cheaper, better motion sensor, quick notification, no subscription etc, haven't looked back!!
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Good deal. Struggling a bit with the right about of motion sensitivity, but overall very happy.
If you had to choose between Eufy and Nest Hello, assuming they're the same price which would you buy and why?

My Nest Hello concerns are:
1) 24/7 recording, I have Comcast which has a 1TB data cap. It's nice to have 24/7 recording but I'm not sure I need it.
2) Monthly fees, I'm fine with paying them if the product/service are worth it.

Our front porch faces north, very short/small porch, fast motion detection to my Android phone is very important to me. Any advice/input you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
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Nm, fixed now
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How is this compared to Ring? Including customization of zones in the app, how quick it connects, etc...I have a shared driveway and the zones on Ring just don't cut it when I am trying to reduce false positives. Catches my neighbors all the time.
I have this doorbell and it is awesome, they have activity zones and ignore zones that you can set to block out your neighbors area! Also the picture quality is the best I've seen so far. And connection to the app/live view is really quick. I definitely would recommend this doorbell
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I like my old skybell but I wish it came with a door chime it never seems to run in my house and I have no clue why. Every once in awhile or anything but most times it won't
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If you had to choose between Eufy and Nest Hello, assuming they're the same price which would you buy and why?

My Nest Hello concerns are:
1) 24/7 recording, I have Comcast which has a 1TB data cap. It's nice to have 24/7 recording but I'm not sure I need it.
2) Monthly fees, I'm fine with paying them if the product/service are worth it.

Our front porch faces north, very short/small porch, fast motion detection to my Android phone is very important to me. Any advice/input you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
Nest is the best doorbell if you don't mind paying $50 a year. New nest subscriptions are coming out that allow motion based recording instead of 24/7. Great software and everything. I was able to get it for $100 on black friday week.

Only get Eufy if you really do not want to pay subscription. The main cons are design, local camera storage so you lose everything if it's broken or stolen, smart home integration, and Chinese brand.
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