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  • When you attach the Ring Video Doorbell Pro from Ring to your existing hardwired doorbell, you are able to monitor your front door area using your mobile device. The Ring Doorbell Pro features 1920 x 1080 resolution for high-quality images, and it has built-in IR LEDs for use at night or in low-light conditions.

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1080p HD Video, 160 degree Field of View
Night Vision, 2 Way Audio
Advanced Motion Detection & Cloud Video Recording
See & Speak with Visitors by App
4 x Interchangeable Faceplates


General
Brand
Ring
Model
88LP000CH000
Protocol
WiFi
Details
Type
Smart Doorbell
Compatibility
Amazon Alexa Compatibility
Yes
Specification
Specifications
Video: 1080 HD Video, Live View, Night Vision

Motion Detection: Custom Motion Zones

Field of View: 160 Degrees

Audio: Two-way audio with noise cancellation

Power: Requires a 16-24V AC transformer

Internet Requirements: Requires a minimum upload speed of 1 Mbps, but 2 Mbps is recommended for optimal performance

Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz
Features
Features
The Ultimate Ring Experience
With 1080HD video, two-way audio and customizable motion sensors, the new Video Doorbell Pro is our most advanced doorbell yet.
HD Video With Two-Way Talk
Custom Motion Zones
Infrared Night Vision

Answer the Door From Anywhere
Get instant alerts when visitors press your doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors, and see, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Motion-Activated Alerts
Video on Demand With Live View
Compatible With iOS, Android, Mac and Windows 10 Devices

Advanced Security, Elevated Style
With an ultra-slim design and customizable faceplates, Ring Pro has a finish to match your home and your style.
Includes 4 Interchangeable Faceplates
Requires Existing Doorbell Wiring
Quick and Easy Installation

Extra peace of mind with Ring Protect Plans.
Boost your home security with a Ring Protect Basic Plan. Save videos captured by your Ring device and review them at anytime. Or share them with neighbors, friends and family.
Dimension & Weight
Dimensions
4.50" x 1.85" x 0.18"
Packaging
Package Contents
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
Screwdriver
4 x Interchangeable Faceplates
Optional wiring and connectors
Drill Bit
Pro Power Kit
Installation Screws & Anchors
Quick Setup Guide

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You will regret buying this doorbell. I have one and I am telling you from personal experience that this system is dog shit.

* Despite being 1080p, for some reason it fails to capture images better than even my 720p Ankke camera.

* Motion detection is terrible and you'll almost never get a notification when someone drops a package at your front door, or even walks up without pressing the doorbell button. By contrast, EVERY CAR that drives within 150ft of your house will set the motion detection off, even if you set up the "detection zone" to only capture the first 7-8 feet from your door. People literally walk up and leave without any notice at LEAST 65% of the time.

* The alert system is painfully slow and rendered practically useless. From the time motion is detected (which as stated earlier only works rarely) to the time you're alerted, at least 20-30 seconds will have passed, which in most cases means that by the time you look at the camera, the person is already gone -- even if you're at home on your own home network. I actually compared this a few times to the notifications for packages being delivered. In some cases, the email that my package was delivered arrived BEFORE the Ring doorbell motion detection alert!

* Limited number of ring tones means many peoplecan't really pick something that they prefer, unless you want to have one of the several obnoxious "Motion detected by your ring doorbell!" ringtones. It also means you can't pick something less obvious in case you don't want the entire world to know someone is at your front door.

* They randomly removed some functionality. This one pissed me off so much. You used to be able to view a video and zoom in to see more details but they just decided to completely remove that function. WHY!? Many people asked and of course there was no reply from Ring. Who knows what else they will arbitrarily decide to remove in the future.

* Video records are limited to THIRTY SECONDS. What.... the.... fuuuuu is this all about? You read that right; there is a 30 second limit to any video. That is stupid for several reasons, and I'm sure you can think of more than me. Imagine you're home when someone rings the doorbell. Let's say for example you're right there in the room and get to the door in 20 seconds. Well, 10 seconds later the video is over. If you're more than 15 feet away from the door however, by the time you answer the door the video has already stopped, so if anything happens at that point you have NOTHING to prove it. As I mentioned before, the notifications often take 20-30 seconds to even ring on your phone, and in SO MANY CASES, by the time it rings and I can connect to see or talk to whomever is there, they're already gone! That coupled with the completely unreliable motion detection means that your video recording amounts to NOTHING, since by the time the alert comes, the person has already left.

* The video function of the doorbell is 100% useless unless you pay every month for the "cloud storage". With the cloud storage, the rare instance of capturing someone on video actually becomes usable since you can review who it was. Motion alerts don't work without cloud storage at all so if you want to make use of the motion detection, you are on the hook for their fee. They don't even offer you the convenience of even one day of recording, which would at the very least allow you to make use of your farking $200 doorbell's main purpose, which is seeing who came. Alternatives allow you to record locally or at least provide a day or two of cloud storage at no additional cost.

* There is no elegant way to mount the doorbell if you have vinyl siding. Nobody sells mounting blocks of the correct size, so you either have to make your own out of PVC and J-channel or do what I did which is modify a mounting block designed for power outlets. It boggles my mind that they don't sell some way overpriced solution at the very least.

In closing, you WILL regret buying this so consider yourself warned. If you decide to ignore my warning and buy one anyway, I've attached a picture of my solution so at least you can have a clean installation .
That's not a pro. You have a lower model with lesser capabilities. I have a Ring Pro installed and have been happy with it. Good video quality, detection and like the smaller more sleek design. I do pay for sub and video recordings are not limited to 30 sec but as long as needed.

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FYI - you don't need any subscription for live view. However, recordings are only available with a sub.

Ring Protect Basic will store recordings for $3 a month or $30 a year per camera or doorbell.

If you have more than three, or add Ring Alarm and want fire/police dispatch, Ring Protect Plus will record and keep recordings for all cameras you have in your account. And it gives you extended warranty on all Ring products. This costs $10 a month or $100 a year.

https://shop.ring.com/pages/protect-plans
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You will regret buying this doorbell. I have one and I am telling you from personal experience [ and the experience of almost everyone that made the mistake of buying into the hype] that this system is dog shit.

* Despite being 1080p, for some reason it fails to capture images better than even my 720p Ankke camera.

* Motion detection is terrible and you'll almost never get a notification when someone drops a package at your front door, or even walks up without pressing the doorbell button. By contrast, EVERY CAR that drives within 150ft of your house will set the motion detection off, even if you set up the "detection zone" to only capture the first 7-8 feet from your door. People literally walk up and leave without any notice at LEAST 65% of the time.

* The alert system is painfully slow and rendered practically useless. From the time motion is detected (which as stated earlier only works rarely) to the time you're alerted, at least 20-30 seconds will have passed, which in most cases means that by the time you look at the camera, the person is already gone -- even if you're at home on your own home network. I actually compared this a few times to the notifications for packages being delivered. In some cases, the email that my package was delivered [with picture and all] arrived BEFORE the Ring doorbell motion detection alert!

* Limited number of ring tones means many peoplecan't really pick something that they prefer, unless you want to have one of the several obnoxious "Motion detected by your ring doorbell!" ringtones. It also means you can't pick something less obvious in case you don't want the entire world to know someone is at your front door.

* They randomly removed some functionality. This one pissed me off so much. You used to be able to view a video and zoom in to see more details but they just decided to completely remove that function. WHY!? Many people asked and of course there was no reply from Ring. Who knows what else they will arbitrarily decide to remove in the future.

* Video records are limited to THIRTY SECONDS. What.... the.... fuuuuu is this all about? You read that right; there is a 30 second limit to any video. That is stupid for several reasons, and I'm sure you can think of more than me. Imagine you're home when someone rings the doorbell. Let's say for example you're right there in the room and get to the door in 20 seconds. Well, 10 seconds later the video is over. If you're more than 15 feet away from the door however, by the time you answer the door the video has already stopped, so if anything happens at that point you have NOTHING to prove it. As I mentioned before, the notifications often take 20-30 seconds to even ring on your phone, and in SO MANY CASES, by the time it rings and I can connect to see or talk to whomever is there, they're already gone! That coupled with the completely unreliable motion detection means that your video recording amounts to NOTHING, since by the time the alert comes, the person has already left.

* The video function of the doorbell is 100% useless unless you pay every month for the "cloud storage". With the cloud storage, the rare instance of capturing someone on video actually becomes usable since you can review who it was. Motion alerts don't work without cloud storage at all so if you want to make use of the [admittedly garbage reliability] motion detection, you are on the hook for their fee. They don't even offer you the convenience of even one day of recording, which would at the very least allow you to make use of your farking $200 doorbell's main purpose, which is seeing who came. Alternatives allow you to record locally or at least provide a day or two of cloud storage at no additional cost.

* There is no elegant way to mount the doorbell if you have vinyl siding. Nobody sells mounting blocks of the correct size, so you either have to make your own out of PVC and J-channel or do what I did which is modify a mounting block designed for power outlets. It boggles my mind that they don't sell some way overpriced solution at the very least.

In closing, you WILL regret buying this so consider yourself warned. If you decide to ignore my warning and buy one anyway, I've attached a picture of my solution so at least you can have a clean installation [if you're willing to do a little handiwork].
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Thanks dude, let me know where can I pick it from you
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You will regret buying this doorbell. I have one and I am telling you from personal experience [ and the experience of almost everyone that made the mistake of buying into the hype] that this system is dog shit.

* Despite being 1080p, for some reason it fails to capture images better than even my 720p Ankke camera.

* Motion detection is terrible and you'll almost never get a notification when someone drops a package at your front door, or even walks up without pressing the doorbell button. By contrast, EVERY CAR that drives within 150ft of your house will set the motion detection off, even if you set up the "detection zone" to only capture the first 7-8 feet from your door. People literally walk up and leave without any notice at LEAST 65% of the time.

* The alert system is painfully slow and rendered practically useless. From the time motion is detected (which as stated earlier only works rarely) to the time you're alerted, at least 20-30 seconds will have passed, which in most cases means that by the time you look at the camera, the person is already gone -- even if you're at home on your own home network. I actually compared this a few times to the notifications for packages being delivered. In some cases, the email that my package was delivered [with picture and all] arrived BEFORE the Ring doorbell motion detection alert!

* Limited number of ring tones means many peoplecan't really pick something that they prefer, unless you want to have one of the several obnoxious "Motion detected by your ring doorbell!" ringtones. It also means you can't pick something less obvious in case you don't want the entire world to know someone is at your front door.

* They randomly removed some functionality. This one pissed me off so much. You used to be able to view a video and zoom in to see more details but they just decided to completely remove that function. WHY!? Many people asked and of course there was no reply from Ring. Who knows what else they will arbitrarily decide to remove in the future.

* Video records are limited to THIRTY SECONDS. What.... the.... fuuuuu is this all about? You read that right; there is a 30 second limit to any video. That is stupid for several reasons, and I'm sure you can think of more than me. Imagine you're home when someone rings the doorbell. Let's say for example you're right there in the room and get to the door in 20 seconds. Well, 10 seconds later the video is over. If you're more than 15 feet away from the door however, by the time you answer the door the video has already stopped, so if anything happens at that point you have NOTHING to prove it. As I mentioned before, the notifications often take 20-30 seconds to even ring on your phone, and in SO MANY CASES, by the time it rings and I can connect to see or talk to whomever is there, they're already gone! That coupled with the completely unreliable motion detection means that your video recording amounts to NOTHING, since by the time the alert comes, the person has already left.

* The video function of the doorbell is 100% useless unless you pay every month for the "cloud storage". With the cloud storage, the rare instance of capturing someone on video actually becomes usable since you can review who it was. Motion alerts don't work without cloud storage at all so if you want to make use of the [admittedly garbage reliability] motion detection, you are on the hook for their fee. They don't even offer you the convenience of even one day of recording, which would at the very least allow you to make use of your farking $200 doorbell's main purpose, which is seeing who came. Alternatives allow you to record locally or at least provide a day or two of cloud storage at no additional cost.

* There is no elegant way to mount the doorbell if you have vinyl siding. Nobody sells mounting blocks of the correct size, so you either have to make your own out of PVC and J-channel or do what I did which is modify a mounting block designed for power outlets. It boggles my mind that they don't sell some way overpriced solution at the very least.

In closing, you WILL regret buying this so consider yourself warned. If you decide to ignore my warning and buy one anyway, I've attached a picture of my solution so at least you can have a clean installation [if you're willing to do a little handiwork].
Correct on all accounts! I 100% concur!
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You will regret buying this doorbell. I have one and I am telling you from personal experience [ and the experience of almost everyone that made the mistake of buying into the hype] that this system is dog shit.

* Despite being 1080p, for some reason it fails to capture images better than even my 720p Ankke camera.

* Motion detection is terrible and you'll almost never get a notification when someone drops a package at your front door, or even walks up without pressing the doorbell button. By contrast, EVERY CAR that drives within 150ft of your house will set the motion detection off, even if you set up the "detection zone" to only capture the first 7-8 feet from your door. People literally walk up and leave without any notice at LEAST 65% of the time.

* The alert system is painfully slow and rendered practically useless. From the time motion is detected (which as stated earlier only works rarely) to the time you're alerted, at least 20-30 seconds will have passed, which in most cases means that by the time you look at the camera, the person is already gone -- even if you're at home on your own home network. I actually compared this a few times to the notifications for packages being delivered. In some cases, the email that my package was delivered [with picture and all] arrived BEFORE the Ring doorbell motion detection alert!

* Limited number of ring tones means many peoplecan't really pick something that they prefer, unless you want to have one of the several obnoxious "Motion detected by your ring doorbell!" ringtones. It also means you can't pick something less obvious in case you don't want the entire world to know someone is at your front door.

* They randomly removed some functionality. This one pissed me off so much. You used to be able to view a video and zoom in to see more details but they just decided to completely remove that function. WHY!? Many people asked and of course there was no reply from Ring. Who knows what else they will arbitrarily decide to remove in the future.

* Video records are limited to THIRTY SECONDS. What.... the.... fuuuuu is this all about? You read that right; there is a 30 second limit to any video. That is stupid for several reasons, and I'm sure you can think of more than me. Imagine you're home when someone rings the doorbell. Let's say for example you're right there in the room and get to the door in 20 seconds. Well, 10 seconds later the video is over. If you're more than 15 feet away from the door however, by the time you answer the door the video has already stopped, so if anything happens at that point you have NOTHING to prove it. As I mentioned before, the notifications often take 20-30 seconds to even ring on your phone, and in SO MANY CASES, by the time it rings and I can connect to see or talk to whomever is there, they're already gone! That coupled with the completely unreliable motion detection means that your video recording amounts to NOTHING, since by the time the alert comes, the person has already left.

* The video function of the doorbell is 100% useless unless you pay every month for the "cloud storage". With the cloud storage, the rare instance of capturing someone on video actually becomes usable since you can review who it was. Motion alerts don't work without cloud storage at all so if you want to make use of the [admittedly garbage reliability] motion detection, you are on the hook for their fee. They don't even offer you the convenience of even one day of recording, which would at the very least allow you to make use of your farking $200 doorbell's main purpose, which is seeing who came. Alternatives allow you to record locally or at least provide a day or two of cloud storage at no additional cost.

* There is no elegant way to mount the doorbell if you have vinyl siding. Nobody sells mounting blocks of the correct size, so you either have to make your own out of PVC and J-channel or do what I did which is modify a mounting block designed for power outlets. It boggles my mind that they don't sell some way overpriced solution at the very least.

In closing, you WILL regret buying this so consider yourself warned. If you decide to ignore my warning and buy one anyway, I've attached a picture of my solution so at least you can have a clean installation [if you're willing to do a little handiwork].
Your pics are of the Ring 2 product not the Ring Pro. I concur the Ring 2 sucks but it's not the same product as OP.
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You will regret buying this doorbell. I have one and I am telling you from personal experience [ and the experience of almost everyone that made the mistake of buying into the hype] that this system is dog shit.

* Despite being 1080p, for some reason it fails to capture images better than even my 720p Ankke camera.

* Motion detection is terrible and you'll almost never get a notification when someone drops a package at your front door, or even walks up without pressing the doorbell button. By contrast, EVERY CAR that drives within 150ft of your house will set the motion detection off, even if you set up the "detection zone" to only capture the first 7-8 feet from your door. People literally walk up and leave without any notice at LEAST 65% of the time.

* The alert system is painfully slow and rendered practically useless. From the time motion is detected (which as stated earlier only works rarely) to the time you're alerted, at least 20-30 seconds will have passed, which in most cases means that by the time you look at the camera, the person is already gone -- even if you're at home on your own home network. I actually compared this a few times to the notifications for packages being delivered. In some cases, the email that my package was delivered [with picture and all] arrived BEFORE the Ring doorbell motion detection alert!

* Limited number of ring tones means many peoplecan't really pick something that they prefer, unless you want to have one of the several obnoxious "Motion detected by your ring doorbell!" ringtones. It also means you can't pick something less obvious in case you don't want the entire world to know someone is at your front door.

* They randomly removed some functionality. This one pissed me off so much. You used to be able to view a video and zoom in to see more details but they just decided to completely remove that function. WHY!? Many people asked and of course there was no reply from Ring. Who knows what else they will arbitrarily decide to remove in the future.

* Video records are limited to THIRTY SECONDS. What.... the.... fuuuuu is this all about? You read that right; there is a 30 second limit to any video. That is stupid for several reasons, and I'm sure you can think of more than me. Imagine you're home when someone rings the doorbell. Let's say for example you're right there in the room and get to the door in 20 seconds. Well, 10 seconds later the video is over. If you're more than 15 feet away from the door however, by the time you answer the door the video has already stopped, so if anything happens at that point you have NOTHING to prove it. As I mentioned before, the notifications often take 20-30 seconds to even ring on your phone, and in SO MANY CASES, by the time it rings and I can connect to see or talk to whomever is there, they're already gone! That coupled with the completely unreliable motion detection means that your video recording amounts to NOTHING, since by the time the alert comes, the person has already left.

* The video function of the doorbell is 100% useless unless you pay every month for the "cloud storage". With the cloud storage, the rare instance of capturing someone on video actually becomes usable since you can review who it was. Motion alerts don't work without cloud storage at all so if you want to make use of the [admittedly garbage reliability] motion detection, you are on the hook for their fee. They don't even offer you the convenience of even one day of recording, which would at the very least allow you to make use of your farking $200 doorbell's main purpose, which is seeing who came. Alternatives allow you to record locally or at least provide a day or two of cloud storage at no additional cost.

* There is no elegant way to mount the doorbell if you have vinyl siding. Nobody sells mounting blocks of the correct size, so you either have to make your own out of PVC and J-channel or do what I did which is modify a mounting block designed for power outlets. It boggles my mind that they don't sell some way overpriced solution at the very least.

In closing, you WILL regret buying this so consider yourself warned. If you decide to ignore my warning and buy one anyway, I've attached a picture of my solution so at least you can have a clean installation [if you're willing to do a little handiwork].
That's not a pro. You have a lower model with lesser capabilities. I have a Ring Pro installed and have been happy with it. Good video quality, detection and like the smaller more sleek design. I do pay for sub and video recordings are not limited to 30 sec but as long as needed.
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