Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro and Refurbished Echo Show 5 Bundle
Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro and Refurbished Echo Show 5 Bundle
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Ring Doorbells add another layer of security to your home. Through the Ring app for smartphones, tablets and computers, you’re given quick and easy video access at all times to the outside of your door. Two-way communication allows you to speak to your visitors using your device, and Ring systems are also compatible with Alexa devices.

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Here are the discounts on Ring products this Prime Day:

Ring Video Doorbell 3 ($139.99, originally $199.99;


The Doorbell 3 features dual-band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz) WiFi connectivity, which is an upgrade from previous models, and you can connect it to existing wiring or use the rechargeable batteries for power. It’s available in Satin Nickel or Venetian Bronze so you can coordinate it with your home’s exterior.


Ring Video Doorbell 3 with Echo Show 5 ($149.99, originally $289.98;

Pairing your Ring Video Doorbell 3 with an Echo Show 5 is a no-brainer. You get full access to your front door not only from your smartphone app but can also communicate through two way talk using your Show 5. “Hey, Alexa. Show me who’s at the front door” gives you fast video feed without lifting a finger. It will take three to six days to ship, but we think it’s worth the short wait.


Ring Video Doorbell Pro ($169.99, originally $249.99;

You’re getting a 1080p HD video stream from your front door with the Ring Video Doorbell Pro. It connects to existing doorbell wiring for constant power, and you can connect it to Alexa for voice control and connection to your Echo devices. It also includes additional privacy features like audio privacy and privacy zones so you can focus on what’s relevant to you.


Ring Video Doorbell ($69.99, originally $99.99;

An update to the original Ring Video Doorbell with improved motion detection, privacy zones, audio privacy as well as the night vision, this doorbell can be powered by the built-in rechargeable battery or wired in via existing doorbell wiring. It’s also Alexa compatible.


Ring Peephole Cam ($69.99, originally $129.99;

This is a great option if you’re a renter. It’s easy to install, with no drilling or hard wiring required. and includes two-way communication and 1080p HD video quality. It’s compatible with Alexa devices as well.


Ring Alarm 8-Piece Kit with Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen) ($219.99, originally $339.99;

This bundle includes a Ring Video Doorbell, one base station, one keypad, four contact sensors, one motion detector and one range extender. It’s perfect for securing a one- or two-bedroom home. It’s a do-it-yourself installation alarm system with optional 24/7 professional monitoring for an additional $10 per month. Pair it with your Alexa devices to arm and disarm the system without getting out of bed.


Ring Alarm 8-Piece Kit with Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Show 5 ($219.99, originally $339.99;

Another bundle option, this pick gets you an Ring Video Doorbell, Echo Show 5, one base station, one keypad, four contact sensors, one motion detector and one range extender. The addition of the Echo Show 5 provides another way to use Alexa for home security. Once you’ve placed your sensors in ideal locations around your home, simply connect to WiFi via the Ring app and you’re good to go.


Ring Floodlight Camera Motion-Activated HD Security Cam ($189.99, originally $249.99;

You’re getting a Ring Security Cam, lights and a remote-activated siren. You get two-way communication that lets you see, hear and speak to people after the motion detector is triggered. We like the added light for darker areas around your home, like a back or side door. Note, it won’t ship until October 23.

Note: The prices above reflect the retailer’s listed prices at the time of publication.