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Ring Venetian Bronze Video Doorbell 2020 $89 @ Bunnings Warehouse

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I believe it’s $149 elsewhere. Checked Amazon and JB Hifi. It was $89 at Kogan yesterday but price rose to $119 when added into the cart. Checked Bunnings and it was $89. Reserved one at local store.

Up to 1080p HD video with night vision
Battery-powered (built-in and rechargeable) or hardwired
Two-way talk with noise cancellation
New Privacy Zones that allow users to exclude areas of their camera’s field-of-view from video recording
3 preset Modes (Home, Away, Disarmed) that enable users to customise when the Ring Video Doorbell detects motion and starts recording
See, hear and speak with visitors from anywhere with the new and improved Video Doorbell. Customise your motion zone settings to focus only on important areas, and then receive real-time notifications on your phone or tablet when there’s movement at your door. With infrared night vision and live view capabilities, you can check in on what matters anytime from the free Ring app. Ring Video Doorbell lets you stay conveniently connected to home—no matter where you are.

Note: Subscription sold separately.

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    Is it discounted?

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      Price match with kogan?

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    I believe it’s $149 elsewhere.

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      $119 @ Kogan

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        Was $ 89 last night, pay with Latitude Pay down to $64.

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          I went to pay and change price 😏

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    Have anyone got a review of that?

    Has been looking on video door bell for a while.

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      I bought 2 of these about a year and a half ago when they came up on sale… used them for about a year. I replaced them with the EUFY doorbell (and went with EUFY cameras as well).
      The RING ones are OK, provided you subscribe to their service. They will ring you on your mobile but it's almost impossible to get your phone out of your pocket to answer it before it hangs up… unless you subscribe… kind of like they purposely make them useless if you don't take the monthly subscription. It was frustrating enough for me to spend a couple of hundred on the EUFY equivalent and bin the RING doorbells. It wasn't just that, EUFY had way better sound/picture quality, better two way talk, way faster response time to your phone and the human detection works really well. Plus EUFY recognizes a human as they walk up and lights the button up (so they see to ring it), plus alerts you before they even ring.

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        Very true but too expensive you can use echo or dot as chrime i guess

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          Keep an eye out for the Supercheap auto EUFY deals that pop up every few months - roughly half RRP and makes both the doorbell and camera packs a reasonable price.

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            @steve54321: Thanks for info do you know which website?

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              @hurr1cane: They come up on OZB regularly, the most recent one is here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/614566
              The mark is around $450 for a 4 camera system, about $160 for the doorbell add on connecting to your existing camera base station, or $250 for a doorbell and base station. Supercheap have had better deals on them than Bunnings/Amazon/JB when they come up.

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          Same here. Got rid of the Ring and went Eufy as well.

          I've got the Ring Video Doorbell 2 and added a Chime. Half the time, it doesn't work and the Chime does not go off so you can't hear someone at the door unless you have your phone with you. And if it works, the app takes so long to load that the person at the door leaves.

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        Question: Can you just use them as a doorbell that gives you a phone notification only when someone presses the button?

        We already have a poe camera setup so don't need more recordings, but the motion detection is kinda average so you end up getting spammed by notifications (I've just turned them off seeing as we have an NVR recording 24/7 anyway). We have young kids so don't want a full on chime, just something simple to send us a push when someone presses the button because we don't always hear the knock.

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          Not sure about RING as I don't have the app installed anymore. But EUFY has on/off for notifications and you can select motion and or doorbell ring. Plus you can then control the type of motion detection.

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      I use the Wyze video doorbell (https://wyze.com/wyze-doorbell.html). It's wired only and doesn't have local storage but it comes with 12 days of rolling recorded footage. Cam can be configured to send a notification when someone presses the doorbell and/or when it detects motion (a subscription is available if you want AI processed human detection instead, it helps remove unwanted notifications). I use it with 4 other Wyze wifi cams (these have local SD store) which are all independent of each other so a base station isn't required. Doorbell button lights up when it detects motion and the notification allows you to talk 2 ways fairly quickly.

      Word of warning though, Wyze doesn't have Alexa integrations in Aus and they don't plan to. The gear can only be purchased from the US and there is no support outside of the US. I buy them from Amazon AU, shipped from the US (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08WQ15B37/ref=ppx_yo_d...).

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    Is it latitude discount there for bunnings

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    "This item is no longer available to purchase online"

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      Apparently it was only allowing to purchase online in few of stores in Victoria. There were enough stock locally so I reserved one.

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    Done thanks missed yesterday

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    so it needs the Ring Chime for it to work?

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      Use alexa echo or google dot

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        ahhh… have google mini but never knew it can be used as a chime/bell for the doorbell.

        Good to know

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          Yesterday some guy told they setup like that and went to buy with latitude and change price now back in market still $25 higher

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    Do I need subscription to record and view what's recorded?

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      You can view for free but need subscription for storage

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      $4 a month. $40 a year

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    Eufy doorbell are great for offline but too expensive

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    no stock?

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    How does this fix to wall can it be stuck on,or does it have to be fixed permanently my current wireless bell is stuck on and has been for years and would want to do same for this. As if had to move out can remove it without leaving damage outside on wall.

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      The holes are small and patch jobs are easy.

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    Expired - price up to $119

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    Bought one at Bunnings Glendale NSW around 1:30pm. Yellow discount signs were up, $89.

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      Instore is still $89

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    My order just got cancelled, no stock in Victoria, apparently it was a clerical error.