Ring Video Doorbell 2 $259, Stick Up Cam Range $249, Spotlight Cam $259, Video Doorbell Pro + Chime $319 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Matches cheapest price currently on the doorbell plus a good deal on the cameras I'd been waiting for to be cheaper!

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Ring Video Doorbell 2 $259

  • See, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your Phone, tablet or pc
  • Watch over your home in brilliant 1080HD video
  • Easily charge your doorbell with the quick-release rechargeable battery pack
  • Protect your home - day or night - with infrared night vision
  • Lifetime purchase protection: if your Ring video doorbell 2 gets stolen, we'll replace it for free!

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery Black $249

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery White $249

  • Monitors indoor or outdoor areas at home in 1080p HD video with a slim design that mounts almost anywhere
  • Powered by a quick-release rechargeable battery pack
  • Sends notifications to your device as soon as motion is detected
  • Lets you check in on your home any time with Live View on-demand video
  • Lets you see, hear and speak to people on camera from your phone, tablet or PC
  • Works with select Alexa devices to launch real-time video with your voice. Comes with all the tools you need to install and set up your device in minutes.

Ring Stick Up Cam Wired Black $249

Ring Stick Up Cam Wired White $249

I don't believe these come with PoE adapters. Appears sold separately in US and doesn't say in the listing if included.

  • Monitors indoor or outdoor areas at home in 1080p HD video with a slim design that mounts almost anywhere
  • Lets you see, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet or PC
  • Sends notifications to your device as soon as movement is detected
  • Lets you check in on your home any time with Live View on-demand video
  • Works with select Alexa devices to launch real-time video with your voice
  • Easy to install yourself, with all the accessories you need included

Ring Video Doorbell Pro - Chime Pro Included $319

  • See, hear and speak to anyone at your door from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
  • Watch over your home in crystal-clear 1080p HD video.
  • Protect your home—day or night—with infrared night vision.
  • Live View enabled: Check-in on your property at any time with video on demand.
  • Lifetime purchase protection: If your doorbell gets stolen, we'll replace it, for free!

Ring Spotlight Cam Battery Black $259

Ring Spotlight Cam Battery White $259

  • Brilliant 1080HD video
  • Wide-angle camera lens
  • Built-in microphone and speakers
  • Adjustable motion sensitivity
  • Instant motion-activated alerts

Ring Spotlight Cam Wired Black $259

Ring Spotlight Cam Wired White $259

  • See, hear and speak to people on your property from your phone, tablet and PC
  • Shine the lights and start recording video as soon as motion is detected
  • Create and customize your motion zones to focus on the most important areas of your yard
  • Sound the 110-decibel siren on suspicious activity
  • Includes all the tools you need to get your cam setup in just a few minutes.Connectivity:802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4Gigahertz

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  • +1 vote

    any door bell that works with google home hub? not interested in nest as there are some voltage tweaks i need to do :(

  • +1 vote

    Nope not these ones. Only barely works with the echo spot too.

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    Notice the floodlights are not discounted unfortunately

  • +1 vote

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/451052

    Now with 10% cashback until midnight

  • -1 vote

    Note that Ring has serious security flaws, not sure if they patched them.

  • +1 vote

    Here’s our experience with the Ring doorbell version 1 & 2 which was 1-2 years ago.
    First mode (version 1) we ever purchased was setup easily with the App. Connection (doorbell’s WiFi) was a bit weak but fine.
    Worked well until one day it just refused to charge, it is meant to be weather/temperature proof (as it should be for an outdoor product) but we found there was some moisture inside the lens of the camera.

    So we had it replaced and this is where the real problems started. From the get go the replacement had extremely poor WiFi signal (in the same location, setup was the same as with 1st doorbell). No matter what we did (WiFi extender which was unnecessary with the first product) the doorbell was just dropping out constantly. We even bought /tried the ‘range extender chime’ from Ring, it made no difference. (This was the first red flag that went up, they must be using dirt-cheap internals)

    So we took both the chime and the doorbell back for a refund, and the version 2 was on sale (very similar to V1 just with removable battery), so we gave that a try. Same issue with poor connection as with the replacement doorbell V1. After this we returned everything and called it quits.

    Now it seems really short and sweet, but we did a lot of trouble shooting and reading/contacting Ring support, it was a very attention heavy time consuming period for the doorbell.

    It seems there is a lot of variation with the quality of their products. And we were just plain fed up with the returning (cycling through replacements) game.

    They have been acquired by Amazon awhile ago, so their future doorbells may be better products. That’s all.

    • -1 vote

      Anything you want to work 100% really should be wired. Relying on wifi with home grade equipment is just not going to work dependably.

      Basically all home level wifi APs/routers seem to have issues, dropouts, needing to be rebooted every few weeks, interference issues etc. I've seen things like microwaves next door cause wifi issues. Like there are so many factors other than just the device itself; does it connect to the internet? Could you be having small moments of packet loss?

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        WiFi signal strength in the same spot is fine (strong) for all other devices.
        My suspicion is that they either use cheap components and/or they dramatically reduced the power of WiFi antennae to preserve battery life.

  • +1 vote

    The doorbell is $261 from Bunnings which while $2 more expensive you also can probably more easily return it… https://www.bunnings.com.au/ring-video-doorbell-2_p4211501

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    Officeworks will price beat by 5%

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    not sure what else is different between V1 and V2 aside from the removable battery, but V2 is pretty much double the price

    a slight inconvenience to pull the entire unit off the wall once a year (if the battery holds up to what it says on the site) for the savings

    so i think i may go for a V1 instead of V2

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      The battery does not last anywhere near a year if you have motion detection on. I have mine (Version 1) set to the lowest possible motion detection setting, but it still only lasts a couple of months. It basically records 30 seconds of footage EVERY time you walk in and out of your front door.

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    I have the 1st version. Replaced it twice on warranty. Doesn't give indication on when battery is flat. Can't answer fast enough and the person leaves. Pointless tech unless this version 2 is massively improved..
    Postie says I'm the 1st person on his route that actually answered (And that's 1 in 10 at best)
    Solid 2 out of 10. Pointless Tech.

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      I do remember a battery level indicator (you may need to tap on the battery icon in app).
      As we always charged it when it went down to half way.

      Disclaimer: this was awhile ago so App May have changed.

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      Weird, the v1 I have rings almost instantaneously (maybe 2-3 second lag) and you can check the battery level in the app too, expressed as a percentage. Did you mean it doesn't give you a heads up when it's flat? I only just got mine so haven't experienced a charge cycle yet.

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