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# 257462 4-Oct-2019 12:37
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Has anyone purchased the Ring Spotlight Cam Mount from the US and shipped it to NZ?
https://shop.ring.com/products/spotlight-cam-mount

 

For some weird reason, Ring does not sell them in NZ.

 

I require this version since it can be hardwired directly into the mains as opposed to using an AC adapter.

 

They offer their floodlight cam as hardwired but wanted 2 of these for another part of the house.
Website mentions its 240v so should work?

 

Amazon doesn't ship it directly to NZ so would have to use YouShop.

 

Any thoughts? / Comments?

 

Thanks


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  # 2329613 4-Oct-2019 13:29
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You can get Ring locally. I know Bunnings and Noel Leeming stock them.


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  # 2329616 4-Oct-2019 13:35
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And sorry, I may have misread your initial post. There is a mains version available locally, but not that specific model.


 
 
 
 




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  # 2329626 4-Oct-2019 14:06
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mdf:

 

And sorry, I may have misread your initial post. There is a mains version available locally, but not that specific model.

 

 

Yup. I have no idea why they don't sell it here given that they sell that floodlight version and thats hardwire as well so seems strange.
Website in the US shows these support 240v.


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  # 2329654 4-Oct-2019 14:52
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Is this the same one?

 

Cause I was sure you could get the wired spotlight version in NZ

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers-tablets/smart-home/cameras-detection/ring-8sh1p7-bau0-spotlight-cam-wired-black/prod195408.html




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  # 2329657 4-Oct-2019 14:54
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Natjur:

 

Is this the same one?

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers-tablets/smart-home/cameras-detection/ring-8sh1p7-bau0-spotlight-cam-wired-black/prod195408.html

 

 

Its the same camera BUT it uses an AC adapter. Wired vs Mount in the naming.
Wired ones are sold in NZ and require AC adapter.
Mount ones can be hardwired into the mains.


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