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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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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.
Are you being serious? It's a QR code scan and the system is supposedly expandable hence the "add device" in ring app. I simply can't comprehend the limitation of the set only work with what comes in the same package but nothing else, doesn't make sense from both a functional or technical standpoint, heck even from marketing standpoint.

Do you have a source quoted such limitation?
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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.
Only one base. You can always add a keypad though. I think the Costco deal or this 14 piece deal plus the extra keypad or whatever else you need is the way to go.
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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.
Yes, the retrofit kit adds wired sensors to the wireless alarm system

Lots of useful information at https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us...-Alarm-Kit
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Since I needed 10 contact sensors I went ahead and bought two Costco deals instead of this one but if what some are saying is true, then it sucks not being able to use the keypads with my existing system. How about the motion sensors? And can you add a 2nd hub (where the alarm goes off) to an existing system?
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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.
Completely untrue.
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Are you being serious? It's a QR code scan and the system is supposedly expandable hence the "add device" in ring app. I simply can't comprehend the limitation of the set only work with what comes in the same package but nothing else, doesn't make sense from both a functional or technical standpoint, heck even from marketing standpoint.

Do you have a source quoted such limitation?
It is not a limitation. The comment about the pads is simply incorrect. Ring is completely modular and expandable.
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No deal on retrofit module Frown
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Very interesting so looks like you can add on as many sensors and smoke detectors etc.
Also looks like the retro kit can reuse existing prewired sensors and you can add on multiple retro kits for 8+ 8 zones. How is the battery life on these keypads and sensors etc? Can the base station be mounted in my basement ?
For the cellular back other than subscribing to the Ring Protect Plus subscription is any additional hardware needed?

If this is all true this rocks, I am not sure what I'd do if I went from $39 a month to $100 year for monitoring, shesh!
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You can buy multiple kits and they can all work together as one system, but you can only use/need one base station for the overall system. You can keep the extra base station(s) as a backup or sell individually to recoup some cost. Or you can add a secondary or one-off system later somewhere. You just need a sensor or more, and no keypad necessary if you just want to use the Ring app for everything.

The retro fit works great. I purchased that separately for many of the sensors in my house. There were several that didn't work for some reason (I'll check them out later, as I would prefer the hard wire), so just used a wireless sensor instead. But the retrofit did save me from having to use dozen or more wireless sensors.

Battery life for keypads is around 6-months. You have plenty of heads up warning in the app for charging it back up.

You can put the base station wherever you'd like.

Cellular is already there and ready to go. Nothing else needed other than to subscribe to the plan, and it will be activated.
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Got this over the Costco deal. 1x Extra keypad, 1x extra motion sensor, 2x extra contact sensor, plus free Echo Dot makes this a no brainer. Thanks1
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You can buy multiple kits and they can all work together as one system, but you can only use/need one base station for the overall system. You can keep the extra base station(s) as a backup or sell individually to recoup some cost. Or you can add a secondary or one-off system later somewhere. You just need a sensor or more, and no keypad necessary if you just want to use the Ring app for everything.

The retro fit works great. I purchased that separately for many of the sensors in my house. There were several that didn't work for some reason (I'll check them out later, as I would prefer the hard wire), so just used a wireless sensor instead. But the retrofit did save me from having to use dozen or more wireless sensors.

Battery life for keypads is around 6-months. You have plenty of heads up warning in the app for charging it back up.

You can put the base station wherever you'd like.

Cellular is already there and ready to go. Nothing else needed other than to subscribe to the plan, and it will be activated.

Thanks for the response. If I put the base station in my basement do the key pads make the chime noise so we can hear when doors/windows are opened when upstairs?
I'd like to hardware the base station but that would require me to place it in the basement with the network and existing security system/cabling.
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Since I needed 10 contact sensors I went ahead and bought two Costco deals instead of this one but if what some are saying is true, then it sucks not being able to use the keypads with my existing system. How about the motion sensors? And can you add a 2nd hub (where the alarm goes off) to an existing system?
What do you mean keypad with your existing system ? Do you have an existing Ring system ?

100% you can't hook up two base stations together - they are separate.
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How does cancel / return work for these things ?
I see they'll ship in 4 different orders - what happens if you cancel / return each order individually ?
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Thanks for the response. If I put the base station in my basement do the key pads make the chime noise so we can hear when doors/windows are opened when upstairs?
I'd like to hardware the base station but that would require me to place it in the basement with the network and existing security system/cabling.
Yes, the keypads have a speaker and has voice and chime sounds. You can turn those off for the keypads if you want to. The settings are very granular and let you customize each individual piece how you like it.

There is also a Dome siren you can purchase to have additional speakers/alarm presence in or outside the space.


https://ring.com/products/dome-si...0c21&_ss=r
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There's a better deal if you don't really need the second keypad AND plan to buy an indoor camera. You can buy the 8-piece with a free echo show 5 and an indoor camera for $195. Then just buy 4 additional contact sensors off ebay for like $50. Your total would be $245 (or $200 excluding the indoor camera). So same price but you get an echo show 5 instead of an echo dot.
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