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14-Piece Ring Security Alarm Kit (2nd Gen) w/ Bonus Echo Dot (3rd Gen) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 14-Piece Ring Security Alarm Kit (2nd Gen) w/ Bonus Echo Dot (3rd Gen) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks gzhen

Note, in stock on December 11, 2020

Includes:
  • Base Station
  • 2x Keypads
  • 8x Contact Sensors
  • 2x Motion Detectors
  • 1x Range Extender
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Ring Black Friday deal for ring secure 14 piece $199 is back till Nov 30. Was going to purchase the Costco deal but this has extra sensors and motion detector and keypad. All other items including cameras are also on sale including floodlight for $189.

Comes with free security yard sign for $14.99! Checkout with Paypal for additional 5% cb with freedom effectively dropping this to $190 for some folks.

https://shop.ring.com/products/se...m-alarm-14

Looks like Amazon has the 14 piece with free echo dot back at $199 as well. You won't be able to check out with PayPal for $10 cash back and won't get the security yard sign but it's a free echo dot. I can't decide which to pull the trigger on..

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1
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Last Edited by goldberg123 November 20, 2020 at 12:29 AM
10 piece kit is available for $129 at costco
https://www.costco.com/ring-10-pi...77650.html
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This or the Costco 10 piece? Which one is better deal?
my understanding is that if you want a two pad system you have to buy this one. you can not buy two single pads from costco and make them work together.
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Some newbie questions. I have home security system prewired when the home was built. I am getting ripped off paying $39 a month and use Alarm.com app for full control. I am debating on getting one of these kits instead to replace the system. Can the system be setup to alert you with voice on which doors open ? For example my current system just chimes anytime a door opens. I rather know which door opened say garage door, porch door etc. How do the sensors communicate? are they using bluetooth or wifi?
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recent previous deals for reference.


i use the new ring keypad 2nd gen for both ring and smartthings. to differentiate between i put a transparent colored dot on the ones for smartthings.
How and what do you use the Ring keypad gen2 with Smarthings?

Edit. found this link which looks interesting

https://community.smartthings.com...gen/193488
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How and what do you use the Ring keypad gen2 with Smarthings?
you have to subscribe to RBoys device handlers. the one time fee is the best way to go.

[RELEASE] Ring Alarm Keypad (2nd Gen) Device Handler [smartthings.com]

RBoy Apps SmartThings [rboyapps.com]

I have a smartthings motion v3 with magnet stock to the inside back of the mailbox. using Rboys smartthings device handler for the ring keypad and also his chime device handler when mailbox motion is detected a ring keypad is sounded and i get an alert notice on my cell.
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you have to subscribe to RBoys device handlers. the one time fee is the best way to go.

[RELEASE] Ring Alarm Keypad (2nd Gen) Device Handler [smartthings.com]

RBoy Apps SmartThings [rboyapps.com]
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Some newbie questions. I have home security system prewired when the home was built. I am getting ripped off paying $39 a month and use Alarm.com app for full control. I am debating on getting one of these kits instead to replace the system. Can the system be setup to alert you with voice on which doors open ? For example my current system just chimes anytime a door opens. I rather know which door opened say garage door, porch door etc. How do the sensors communicate? are they using bluetooth or wifi?
Sensors use Z-Wave, different protocol.
Dont think you can set it to tell you which one opens.
If you have wired you might also wanna check out https://ring.com/products/retrofit-alarm-kit
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Cancelled my Costco order to get this. Knew I should have checked amazon first lol
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Does anyone have State Farm insurance? Does this give you the 10% homeowners discount?
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... I have home security system prewired when the home was built. ...
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If you have wired you might also wanna check out https://ring.com/products/retrofit-alarm-kit
Thanks for the link.

I too have a prewired system and the contacts are hidden in the door/window frames, hard to tamper with, and therefore worth reusing. On the other hand, I definitely have more than 8 contact sensors, maybe more than 16 :-(

(There might also be a wireless contact sensor for a location where they couldn't get a wire run)
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Does 10% ring subscirption stack with this ?
It won't
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Would this work well for a rental house? Would a tenant be able to create a ring account and manage it? Then when they move out I would need to be able to reset it for the next tenant. Any major problems y'all can think of? Pros and cons?
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I paid $189 on amazon day solid deal
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Thanks for the link.

I too have a prewired system and the contacts are hidden in the door/window frames, hard to tamper with, and therefore worth reusing. On the other hand, I definitely have more than 8 contact sensors, maybe more than 16 :-(

(There might also be a wireless contact sensor for a location where they couldn't get a wire run)
I have same issue. I probably have 20 sensors and smoke/co2. Looks like the smoke and co2 become incompatible. Also looks like you need to get Ring Alarm Security Kit in addition to the retrofit alarm kit.
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my understanding is that if you want a two pad system you have to buy this one. you can not buy two single pads from costco and make them work together.
Apologies for the newbie question: why would two keypads be valuable? For two-story homes maybe?
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I got two Costco packages. I need four more sensors to cover all our windows, but I will just use the motion sensors in those areas. We have one set up with all our doors. I love having an alert when a door is opened or if the motion sensor is activated while we are away.
Can you have the two costco ring base working together? I'd like to have the additional base with alarm in a separate room, of course the 2nd pad.
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