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Nash4u asked this question on 09-30-2022 at 11:56 AM
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the wired one is better even tho it’s cheaper, i “upgraded” to the wired one from gen2, it has pre roll and better quality
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Pretty much all the popular doorbells are super basic without subscription. For ring, without a sub, they won't store anything so it's just real-time view only. Eufy doorbells might be what you want as it's local storage.
I would disagree, it's low cost but horrible security flaw. You can record up to 30seconds max per clip. Then you must wait a minimum of 10 seconds cool down before it records again. Also, if you go live, you can't save the clip.
It would be better if they had a sale on their recently hiked subscriptions.

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Guys, would I be able to use the wireless ring if I don't want to use the monthly subscription?

It would be nice if it held the recorded videos for 24-48 hours. I don't need nothing beyond that.

Can someone enlighten me on how this works?
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Guys, would I be able to use the wireless ring if I don't want to use the monthly subscription?

It would be nice if it held the recorded videos for 24-48 hours. I don't need nothing beyond that.

Can someone enlighten me on how this works?
Pretty much all the popular doorbells are super basic without subscription. For ring, without a sub, they won't store anything so it's just real-time view only. Eufy doorbells might be what you want as it's local storage.
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It would be better if they had a sale on their recently hiked subscriptions.
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Guys, would I be able to use the wireless ring if I don't want to use the monthly subscription?

It would be nice if it held the recorded videos for 24-48 hours. I don't need nothing beyond that.

Can someone enlighten me on how this works?
If you are looking for low cost + save videos locally, You may want to check out blink doorbell camera.
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If you are looking for low cost + save videos locally, You may want to check out blink doorbell camera.
I would disagree, it's low cost but horrible security flaw. You can record up to 30seconds max per clip. Then you must wait a minimum of 10 seconds cool down before it records again. Also, if you go live, you can't save the clip.
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Requires subscription to unlock very important features.
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Looks like code PROTECTSUBSCRIBER saves the shipping charge
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Pretty much all the popular doorbells are super basic without subscription. For ring, without a sub, they won't store anything so it's just real-time view only. Eufy doorbells might be what you want as it's local storage.
I had same question. So Eufy has local storage for 24-48 hrs without subscription? Any recommendations on Eufy doorbell?
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Is it worth getting a 2nd generation or wired one? What do you guys recommend?
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Requires subscription to unlock very important features.
ugh was somewhat interested for my new place but that ruins it
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ugh was somewhat interested for my new place but that ruins it
If you have multiple cameras, the PRO subscription (unlimited recording of cameras) is only $10/mo or $100/year.
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If you have multiple cameras, the PRO subscription (unlimited recording of cameras) is only $10/mo or $100/year.
Is that for ring security or just adding cameras yourself?
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