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Best Buy via eBay has Ring Stick Up Indoor/Outdoor Wireless 1080p Security Camera (8SC1S9-WEN0/8SW1S9-BEN0) for $74.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Records 1080p HD video for a crisp, clear view.
  • Connects to the Ring App (download required). Receive notifications from your phone or tablet, and enjoy real-time monitoring using Live View.
  • Customizable motion sensors make it easy to zone in on important areas.
  • Hear and speak to people on camera using your mobile device.
  • Removable battery pack charges via USB. Also charges using the Ring Solar Panel (sold separately).
  • Compact design fits almost anywhere. Set it on a shelf or mount it to the wall.
  • Includes an installation kit

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I've had both this one and the older Ring Stick Up Cam, 2nd generation. If you have a place for the wired model, get the older generation. It is significantly better than the 3rd generation. The 2nd generation wired stick up cam is equivalent to the current Elite Stick Up Cam.

The current wired models work the same as the battery models (i.e. do not record before motion, take longer to activate live stream etc). You can generally get the 2nd generation wired from Amazon refurbished for around $60. I've bought 6 and only had an issue with 1. Ring overnighted me the new Elite Stick Up the next day and I was back up and running. I haven't noticed a difference between the new Elite Stick up cam and the 2nd generation wired Stick Up cam.

TLDR: this is fine if you want the battery model. But if you have a place to plug into an outlet, get the 2nd generation stickup cam. It's cheaper and works better.
Nope. They're both 1080p cameras.

The 2nd generation also has both 2.4Ghz and 5ghz wifi connection ability while the 3rd generation only has 2.4ghz.

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I've had both this one and the older Ring Stick Up Cam, 2nd generation. If you have a place for the wired model, get the older generation. It is significantly better than the 3rd generation. The 2nd generation wired stick up cam is equivalent to the current Elite Stick Up Cam.

The current wired models work the same as the battery models (i.e. do not record before motion, take longer to activate live stream etc). You can generally get the 2nd generation wired from Amazon refurbished for around $60. I've bought 6 and only had an issue with 1. Ring overnighted me the new Elite Stick Up the next day and I was back up and running. I haven't noticed a difference between the new Elite Stick up cam and the 2nd generation wired Stick Up cam.

TLDR: this is fine if you want the battery model. But if you have a place to plug into an outlet, get the 2nd generation stickup cam. It's cheaper and works better.
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I've had both this one and the older Ring Stick Up Cam, 2nd generation. If you have a place for the wired model, get the older generation. It is significantly better than the 3rd generation. The 2nd generation wired stick up cam is equivalent to the current Elite Stick Up Cam.

The current wired models work the same as the battery models (i.e. do not record before motion, take longer to activate live stream etc). You can generally get the 2nd generation wired from Amazon refurbished for around $60. I've bought 6 and only had an issue with 1. Ring overnighted me the new Elite Stick Up the next day and I was back up and running. I haven't noticed a difference between the new Elite Stick up cam and the 2nd generation wired Stick Up cam.

TLDR: this is fine if you want the battery model. But if you have a place to plug into an outlet, get the 2nd generation stickup cam. It's cheaper and works better.
Doesn't the 3rd generation have a sharper image then the 2nd generation?
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Doesn't the 3rd generation have a sharper image then the 2nd generation?
Nope. They're both 1080p cameras.

The 2nd generation also has both 2.4Ghz and 5ghz wifi connection ability while the 3rd generation only has 2.4ghz.
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I've had both this one and the older Ring Stick Up Cam, 2nd generation. If you have a place for the wired model, get the older generation. It is significantly better than the 3rd generation. The 2nd generation wired stick up cam is equivalent to the current Elite Stick Up Cam.

The current wired models work the same as the battery models (i.e. do not record before motion, take longer to activate live stream etc). You can generally get the 2nd generation wired from Amazon refurbished for around $60. I've bought 6 and only had an issue with 1. Ring overnighted me the new Elite Stick Up the next day and I was back up and running. I haven't noticed a difference between the new Elite Stick up cam and the 2nd generation wired Stick Up cam.

TLDR: this is fine if you want the battery model. But if you have a place to plug into an outlet, get the 2nd generation stickup cam. It's cheaper and works better.
Can you share a link of the 2nd gen Stick Up that you're talking about? Can't find it anywhere. I need the 5ghz/2.4 !
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fyi, montthly fee
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Can you share a link of the 2nd gen Stick Up that you're talking about? Can't find it anywhere. I need the 5ghz/2.4 !
Sure. It's currently $79. But it goes on sale pretty regularly for $59. This is "refurbished". But like I said before, of the 6 I bought, only 1 has had an issue. And Ring covered it under warranty and replaced it. I've had them for about 6 months.

Certified Refurbished Ring Stick Up Cam Wired – 2nd generation https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N9K4...PM8J?psc=1
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Sure. It's currently $79. But it goes on sale pretty regularly for $59. This is "refurbished". But like I said before, of the 6 I bought, only 1 has had an issue. And Ring covered it under warranty and replaced it. I've had them for about 6 months.

Certified Refurbished Ring Stick Up Cam Wired – 2nd generation https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N9K4...PM8J?psc=1
And they replaced it w the newer Stick Up?! That is awesome. Thanks for the link
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And they replaced it w the newer Stick Up?! That is awesome. Thanks for the link
Yeah, they did. But to be honest, I really don't notice a difference between the two.
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Is there an SD Card slot or do we have to pay monthly for recording?
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Seems that the wired and the battery versions are both sold at $75.
Which is better?
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Seems that the wired and the battery versions are both sold at $75.
Which is better?
Then get the battery one, the wireless one can also be charged wired. You just need to buy an extra cord for it. You can also connect it to a solar panel.
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Does anyone have a discount link for the Ring floodlight camera?
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Bought these refurbished for $45 on prime day.
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