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Ring Fall Sale! https://ring.com/collections/offers
Great prices on various items including the Security Systems:
8 Piece: $149.99
https://shop.ring.com/products/se...em-alarm-8

10 Piece: $154.99
https://shop.ring.com/products/se...m-alarm-10

14 Piece: $199.99
https://shop.ring.com/products/se...m-alarm-14
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These are pretty smoking deals if you can add a teacher/student/military discount for 20% off the sale prices.

Just bought the 4 Pathlights + Bridge for $89.60 + tax (with the 20% discount). Vastly better than the Prime Day deal where they were $112 on Amazon. Buy with a Chase Freedom card through PayPal and you save another 5%.
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What's the difference between the indoor cam and stickup cam? Not seeing much of a difference
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Damn, Ring is killing SimpliSafe.
Yep. I switched from SimpliSafe to Ring about a year ago. The savings on the monitoring ($100 per year vs. $300) has already paid for the new ring alarm system. And honestly the tech and app integration with all my Ring cameras is vastly superior to Simplisafe.

I know Ring has had it's privacy issues and there are reasons to dislike them, but the technology and ease of use is beyond compare, IMHO.
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Yep. I switched from SimpliSafe to Ring about a year ago. The savings on the monitoring ($100 per year vs. $300) has already paid for the new ring alarm system. And honestly the tech and app integration with all my Ring cameras is vastly superior to Simplisafe.

I know Ring has had it's privacy issues and there are reasons to dislike them, but the technology and ease of use is beyond compare, IMHO.
Do you know if the contact sensor act as a glass break detector? I have like 5 windows alone on the first floor. Figure hat it would make more sense to just get a glass break detector, I think that's what it's called.
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Moving into a new house and looking for home security. My old house had an alarm panel already installed and I could arm the system without paying for monitoring but one of the things I am mainly asking is for a siren. When my alarm woudl go off there was an external siren that went off alerting neighbors. Looking to see if you can get a siren for this and reviews are crap for a Dome siren. Anyone have a system they recommend with a siren or one that can work with this? Thanks
I'd you have cameras outside when your alarm goes off it will set off the siren in each camera
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What's the difference between the indoor cam and stickup cam? Not seeing much of a difference
​Stickup cam is water-resistant where as the indoor cam is not. The stick-up cam can also be mounted in more ways.
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Do you know if the contact sensor act as a glass break detector? I have like 5 windows alone on the first floor. Figure hat it would make more sense to just get a glass break detector, I think that's what it's called.
No. Glass break sensors are one of the (few) items Ring is missing. I'd recommend putting a motion sensor in the hallways that connect all your rooms instead of a glass break sensor. That's what I've done, in addition to putting contact sensors on many (but not all) windows. Yes, someone could break a window and steal something from a single room but if they move into the hallway to ransack the rest of the house, it will set off the alarm.
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​Stickup cam is water-resistant where as the indoor cam is not. The stick-up cam can also be mounted in more ways.

No. Glass break sensors are one of the (few) items Ring is missing. I'd recommend putting a motion sensor in the hallways that connect all your rooms instead of a glass break sensor. That's what I've done, in addition to putting contact sensors on many (but not all) windows. Yes, someone could break a window and steal something from a single room but if they move into the hallway to ransack the rest of the house, it will set off the alarm.
Thanks!

Also what do you typically use the contact sensors for? I can find a use for the motion sensors, but can't think of any for the contact sensors.​
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​Stickup cam is water-resistant where as the indoor cam is not. The stick-up cam can also be mounted in more ways.

No. Glass break sensors are one of the (few) items Ring is missing. I'd recommend putting a motion sensor in the hallways that connect all your rooms instead of a glass break sensor. That's what I've done, in addition to putting contact sensors on many (but not all) windows. Yes, someone could break a window and steal something from a single room but if they move into the hallway to ransack the rest of the house, it will set off the alarm.
Thanks for the advice.
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So there are no sirens if there's an alert? Also what does the $100 plan provide?
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Whats the difference between Video doorbell 2020 and peephole cam?

I see that they are the same price but peephole is smaller in size.

I recently replaced my front door and it has a kinda opaque glass insert, so no peephole.

Looking to add an electronic one. Which one should I get?
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So there are no sirens if there's an alert? Also what does the $100 plan provide?
The base station has a siren, back Up battery, and 4g lte backup internet connection.
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Thanks!

Also what do you typically use the contact sensors for? I can find a use for the motion sensors, but can't think of any for the contact sensors.​
Contact sensors are most common sensors used for detecting door/window open/close.
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Thanks!

Also what do you typically use the contact sensors for? I can find a use for the motion sensors, but can't think of any for the contact sensors.​
Contact sensors are for doors and windows. Should someone break through a door, the contact sensor trips and sets off the alarm. Similarly, if someone slides open a window somehow, the alarm will sound.
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These are pretty smoking deals if you can add a teacher/student/military discount for 20% off the sale prices.

Just bought the 4 Pathlights + Bridge for $89.60 + tax (with the 20% discount). Vastly better than the Prime Day deal where they were $112 on Amazon. Buy with a Chase Freedom card through PayPal and you save another 5%.
So the military discount stacks? I was coming here to ask about this. My veteran father-in-law wants a full security system and I was thinking of getting the 14-piece for him for a Christmas gift, but if his discount can stack, I'll sit down with him and help him buy it and give him the money now.
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