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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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yeah I think I will stick with SS for now .. how is Ring 24/7 monitoring? any experience? I think thats more important
So far, had one false alarm and they were prompt. No complaints so far.
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Those buying RING system for home use, consider buying the First Alert Z-Wave Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 3-pack $80 at COSTCO https://www.costco.com/.product.100487243.html

These will connect with the RING as 2 separate devices each (Smoke & CO) and will notify RING in case they are triggered. If it is smoke trigger, they will call you and the fire dept after confirmation. If CO is triggered, they will call the fire dept right away.

These are necessary for some insurance companies to give you a discount on your homeowner's insurance policy.
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Those buying RING system for home use, consider buying the First Alert Z-Wave Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 3-pack $80 at COSTCO https://www.costco.com/.product.100487243.html

These will connect with the RING as 2 separate devices each (Smoke & CO) and will notify RING in case they are triggered. If it is smoke trigger, they will call you and the fire dept after confirmation. If CO is triggered, they will call the fire dept right away.

These are necessary for some insurance companies to give you a discount on your homeowner's insurance policy.
Hello,
How many do you need I have the one that came with Alexa and wondering if I can pare them to this alarm. Thanks
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How many do you need I have the one that came with Alexa and wondering if I can pare them to this alarm. Thanks
These are Z wave and they are the only ones which will connect to the RING base station. The WiFi First Alert do not. Ideally, you should have 1 CO sensor outside each bedroom.

These take 2 AA batteries and the devices are good for seven years for CO sensing.
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Are you able to have more than one person on the Ring App? As in a primary and a secondary user?
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Why someone need 2 key pads. Might be dumb question. Trying to see what is the use of 2key pads when you have app to control
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Why someone need 2 key pads. Might be dumb question. Trying to see what is the use of 2key pads when you have app to control
I just called amazon and you guys won't believe this but you can return the extra keypad for $30. They won't let me cancel cause it's about to ship separately on Sunday but customer care said to call back in and schedule a return. Bam $170 for 13 piece
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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.
Only one base yes, but multiple sirens: https://ring.com/products/dome-siren

But looks like both base and keyboard can play chirps:
https://community.ring.com/t5/Rin...td-p/19299

So you can get extra keyboards and make them chirp.
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These are Z wave and they are the only ones which will connect to the RING base station. The WiFi First Alert do not. Ideally, you should have 1 CO sensor outside each bedroom.

These take 2 AA batteries and the devices are good for seven years for CO sensing.
Do they interconnect through hardwire as well, where one device will trigger all others?
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Newbie question here - if I trade in an old ring camera, can that 25% apply to this promo pack of 14 pieces?
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Do they interconnect through hardwire as well, where one device will trigger all others?
No, these are battery only and are not hard wired. I'm using them as an addition to my hard-wired ones for that reason.
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Why someone need 2 key pads. Might be dumb question. Trying to see what is the use of 2key pads when you have app to control
I think it is case-by-case on how you use it. We are used to our old alarm with a keypad by the door and another in the bedroom. We purposely don't bring our phones into the bedroom at night, so the additional keypad makes sense --plus we like to hear the chimes and such as the doors open (and we'll use it to cover the spot where the old one was). But, if you are the type to never be far from your phone and will usually use the app, a second keypad probably isn't necessary.
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Anyone here has the breakdown of the individual items that are shipped and what price it is for ? I assume you can return part of this...therefore curious on the price.
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$30 return for extra keypad
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Anyone here has the breakdown of the individual items that are shipped and what price it is for ? I assume you can return part of this...therefore curious on the price.
Before tax 8 piece is $88, motion detector $17.64, 4 contact sensor $46, ring alarm keypad is $30
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