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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 01:29 AM
10 piece kit is available for $129 at costco
https://www.costco.com/ring-10-pi...77650.html
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Apologies for the newbie question: why would two keypads be valuable? For two-story homes maybe?
for many reasons:

a. if you live alone you can have one at front entrance and the other one in the bedroom. arm the whole house with motion sensors (better protection than just window door), and disarm without having to run all the way to the front entrance.

b. have one in the garage and one inside the house, that way you can arm/disarm from garage.

i am sure that in both cases the app can probably do both, but for old folks it's simple to push real large buttons.
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Quote from tkepongo :
I got the Costco + 4 sensors. I just don't need a second keypad
To be honest, I don't even use the keypad.
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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?
someone posted on the other ring deal. good to know that that is not the case.
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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
Thanks again, I am in for one and for chance to say "peace out" Peace to my current security company. Applause
Need to find a deal on the retrofit now Wink
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Was able to get 8 piece for $149.99 + $20 gift card for Prime members + 10% off for Prime Store Card + free Echo Dot on Amazon. Don't think that price can be beat!
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I have been using Simplisafe for past 8 years and love it. I have a total of about 32 sensors (water, motion, door etc) and have 4 keypads. I do pay $25 / month for service and they have been excellent. Can someone convince me to go with Ring for all the sensors/indoor cameras which I have a few cameras around house on the $100 plan?
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Thanks again, I am in for one and for chance to say "peace out" Peace to my current security company. Applause
Need to find a deal on the retrofit now Wink
You can also control the individual volume levels on each keypad, done siren, and the base station speaker.

The retrofit kit is hard to find any deal on. It is $150 solid and consistent. I think I have seen it around $130 a couple of times on eBay, but the price is usually much higher than retail!

I just valued my time after for the extra $20 savings, and just purchased mine at the regular price. Good luck!
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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.
I have an existing system and I was hoping that I could make the base that sounds when you open a door louder by adding a 2nd (even 3rd unit since I'm buying 2 additional mainly for the contact sensors and key pad) to other parts of the house.
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Quote from kylechadha :
Was able to get 8 piece for $149.99 + $20 gift card for Prime members + 10% off for Prime Store Card + free Echo Dot on Amazon. Don't think that price can be beat!

Hey! How did you get the $20 GC and 10% prime discount? I don't see in on Amazon. TIA
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Apologies for the newbie question: why would two keypads be valuable? For two-story homes maybe?
I have installed 4 of these in homes. No one uses keypads as the app is easier and awesome. You can use Alexa too to arm the system. The keypad is necessary only if you can't find your phone or want to give one time codes out
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Quote from mnsweeps :
I have been using Simplisafe for past 8 years and love it. I have a total of about 32 sensors (water, motion, door etc) and have 4 keypads. I do pay $25 / month for service and they have been excellent. Can someone convince me to go with Ring for all the sensors/indoor cameras which I have a few cameras around house on the $100 plan?
Unless you can sell all your stuff on a secondary market, seems that you have invested a lot in SS system. I switched from SS to Ring but I can't see ring continuing with $10 a month for ever, especially considering rising minimum wages and likely upcoming inflation
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Unless you can sell all your stuff on a secondary market, seems that you have invested a lot in SS system. I switched from SS to Ring but I can't see ring continuing with $10 a month for ever, especially considering rising minimum wages and likely upcoming inflation
yeah I think I will stick with SS for now .. how is Ring 24/7 monitoring? any experience? I think thats more important
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Hey! How did you get the $20 GC and 10% prime discount? I don't see in on Amazon. TIA
I only saw it for the 8 piece + free echo dot combo. Created a separate thread, there's a picture here: https://slickdeals.net/f/14581483-ring-alarm-8-piece-kit-149-99-with-20-gift-card-on-amazon?v=1
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I have an existing system and I was hoping that I could make the base that sounds when you open a door louder by adding a 2nd (even 3rd unit since I'm buying 2 additional mainly for the contact sensors and key pad) to other parts of the house.
Some said you can only have one base station/siren per household ring system, guess there is the limit if I want to place another siren/base in another room.
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I only saw it for the 8 piece + free echo dot combo. Created a separate thread, there's a picture here: https://slickdeals.net/f/14581483-ring-alarm-8-piece-kit-149-99-with-20-gift-card-on-amazon?v=1
isn't the costco deal 10 pieces for $130 is better unless you need the echo dot? The extra 2 pieces should cover more than the dots itself.
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