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Ring Indoor Cam 1080p $65 Delivered (via Afterpay) @ Ring eBay


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24% off + Extra $10 off. Make sure Afterpay payment option is selected for code to work. RRP is $99

Also available in Black

A compact camera that brings smart security inside, Indoor Cam is your solution to quickly check what’s happening at home. It’s small enough to go almost anywhere, and its simple plug-in installation means you’ll have peace of mind in no time. Place a few indoors to cover your entire home, shop multipacks for convenience.

Small in size. Big on peace of mind
Bring protection inside with the mini marvel that packs a powerful punch. The perfect combination of tiny and mighty, Indoor Cam comes with all the features to keep you connected to home – HD video, two-way talk and motion-activated notifications – in a compact form fit for the smallest of spaces.

See your home. Away from home
Check to see what’s happening at home from anywhere at any time. Link your Indoor Cams together to control them all from a single dashboard.

Cover every corner
Put one in the living room to watch over your pets. Another in the entryway to see who comes and goes. And maybe one in the laundry room to make sure the chores get done.

Complete control
One simple app

Connected Devices
Connect to all your Ring devices to see what’s happening from a single dashboard and control everything with one simple app.

Real-Time Notifications
Receive real-time notifications on your phone and tablet whether you’re on the couch, at the gym or in the office.

Live View
Check in on home at anytime from anywhere and get real-time video and audio with the Live View button.

Works with Alexa
Connect Ring Indoor Cam with Alexa for hands-free home monitoring. When you Ring Indoor Cam detects motion, your Echo device will illuminate and make an announcement, so you'll always know when someone's there. And if you have an Echo Show or Echo Spot, you can also see, hear and speak to anyone captured on camera.

Protect your everyday
Get even more out of all your devices with Ring Protect*, a comprehensive subscription service that lets you review, share and save every video and photo captured by your Ring device and opt-in to 24/7 professional monitoring.

Key Features

HD video
Two-way talk
Plug-in power
Motion-activated notifications
Night vision
Easy installation
Works with Amazon Alexa

Connected home device type Security cameras & systems
Camera power type Wired (power cable)
Video camera resolution 2MP 1080p
Cameras included 1
Wi-Fi Yes
Connected home features Yes
Works with Amazon Alexa Yes
Night vision Yes
Built-in microphone Yes
Manufacturer's warranty 1 Year

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closed Comments


    Why Google cameras are so expensive.

    • +3 votes

      I'd roll with 'because they don't let randoms watch your teenage girl like Amazon ones' but I'd get flooded with 'but mah weak password' while missing the point that having internet connected cameras inside your house is inevitably going to result in your hooha appearing on the net at some time.

      • +2 votes

        Probably best to position them where your not likely to have your hooha seen… garage/front door area… unless you walk around naked everywhere ..then you are probably someone who likes people looking at their hooha :)

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Now I can watch my wonderful cat from work.


    Mmmm easy to hack camera


      Easy to hack, bad? or easy to hack, good?


        Good! :D

  • +2 votes

    I have the ring doorbell and echo show so thought this might be a cheap unit to add to the ecosystem. However ring plans are 40 for basic vs 150 for premium per year. Wish they'd introduce a middle plan for 2 devices


      possible to record without subscription?


        Yep. The plan just keeps it in the cloud longer.


          but can't record to locally to microSD or similar? hm


        No without a subscription you can only live view the cameras, there's no recording.


          so then these things are pretty poor value, unless you're already invested (or want to be invested) into the Ring ecosystem.


            @andresampras: Just like beauty, value is in the eye of the beholder. I have a stack of cameras, i only pay a flat fee of $150/yr for all cameras.

            So i pay .about $2,88 a week for all cameras, i dont have to buy SD cards or local storage. and dont have to worry about getting that footage offsite for safety to prevent it being stolen, or opening ports on my local system to view it from my phone when out. I get extra features with the product like video sharing, snapshot capture, people mode etc. I also get extended warranties on all my cameras with the sub, and i also get 10% off future cam purchases.

            So to get all that for $2.88/week for me is definitely worth it.

            • +1 vote

              @LowRange: You're right, I should have said for me it'd be poor value… but YMMV, pros and cons have to be considered for each situation.

              Can I ask how many cameras you have?


                @andresampras: I've got 6 cameras, 3 floodlight cameras, a stickup cam and 2 indoor cams.

                What i like is i've got a SmartThings hub and SmartThings on the TV. So when the Ring cameras detect motion they popup a live thumbnail view of the camera on the TV's with the option to view it full screen.

                Also i've set a few of the Hue bulbs around the house like the bedside lamp etc to flash a different colour for 60 seconds depending what camera is triggered. So if the light pulses red i know someone is coming up the driveway, or green and someone is at the side etc.

                Pretty handy system when your phone is on silent or in another room.


      I agree!
      I have the ring floodlight camera and it’s brilliant…
      Would love another, but can’t justify paying 3 times the yearly fee for 1 extra camera…
      Surely they are loosing customers but not having a middle tier plan…?


    possible to connect to synology NAS?


      No. Ring is Amazon. Very cloud-centric. Like Google, they want your data.


    Bugger, black OOS


      nevermind, still $75 on Amazon, thanks OP


    Any idea if this can have motion sensor notifications activated mainly for delivery.

    I was gonna buy this and use an extension cord to put it on the front window facing the door so I can check if my food delivery is there or coming while I'm in bed or on my pc etc.

    But maybe the ring Door bell might be better since I know it has motion sensor notifications which I don't know if this does.

    Can't get the cheaper peep-hole ring cam as my door does not have a peep-hole unfortunately but that model has knock impact sensor and motion sensor so would be ideal.

    If anyone is an owner or knows if it has motion sensor detection mainly for detecting people at your door or front yard then I'm interested to know.



      Yes it it does have motion detection notifications with adjustable sensitivity and people only mode. Also has adjust zone so you don't get unwanted notifications. Hope this helps.


        This is amazing information thank you. This helps a lot appreciate the info.

        So it can be used a visitor notification device.


        Thanks a lot.