Amazon just paid $1 billion to acquire Ring, a connected devices company best known for its video doorbells. One beeeeellion dollars! Perhaps one of the reasons the company looked so attractive to Amazon was because its products probably have great margins. Seriously, $200+ for a video doorbell? The best-selling model on Amazon right now isn’t made by Ring, it’s the DING WiFi Video Doorbell. It offers similar features plus one key feature Ring models don’t have: six months of free cloud storage. And yet it only costs $60! Definitely have a look.
Here are the key details from the product page:
- 【Free Cloud Service】: All users are eligible for a 6-month free cloud of our 7 day cloud recording plan. Cloud Service requires no subscription and no credit card credentials. With the plan, you can review, save, and share footage at any time, and reduce false alerts with cloud intelligence. Unique Cloud Activation Code:【FREEAM04】
- Answer the door wherever you are – see and speak to visitors directly from your smartphone or web using On-Demand video, meaning that you can view live video of your front porch at any time, even if no one rings the bell.
- A new HD wide-angle lens gives you a clear view of your entire space. Slide your finger over the live view screen to pan the video feed left or right. There is now an improved two-way audio that allows both parties (door end and smartphone end) to speak simultaneously.
- Zmodo Beam extends your WiFi range and reduce dead spots. It also acts as a smart home hub and can connect Zmodo accessories, such as door and window sensors, which alert you on your phone whenever a sensor is triggered.
- This product includes a 60-day return policy, 3-Year Limited Warranty, lifetime US-based tech support ( Tel: 217-693-5706. Working time: 8:00 – 20:00 CST, Mon-Fri )
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