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Topic # 235959 11-May-2018 13:05
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I am looking to install a video door bell. With my quick search I think Skybell HD Ring Video2/Pro will work fine but I am open to other brands/models as well.


Any recommendations/reviews will be appreciated.

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  Reply # 2014029 11-May-2018 13:32
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I put a ring 2 on my office door with a tablet on the receptionist wall. It works ok. Its not perfect but does the job. As usual with all IOT devices the APP has its issues. 

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  Reply # 2014034 11-May-2018 13:40
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the Ring is a great IoT doorbell that's not overly pricey, well supported in NZ too

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  Reply # 2014126 11-May-2018 15:05
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I have the original Ring, which it is good, but occasionally has weird issues to the point that I wouldn’t recommend it to the non-technically inclined.

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