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Ring Spotlight Cam Wired Plugged-in HD security camera with built-in spotlights, two-way talk and a siren alarm, Black, Works with Alexa

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About this item Connect your Ring camera with Alexa then enable announcements to be alerted when motion is detected. Talk to visitors through compatible Echo devices by saying “Alexa, talk to the front door”. 1080p HD security camera that lets you see, hear, and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet, and PC. With a Ring Protect Plan (subscription sold separately), record all your videos, review what you missed for up to 60 days, and share videos and photos. Sends alerts as soon as motion is detected Plugs into standard power outlets for non-stop power Includes built-in LED light strips and a siren Includes Lifetime Theft Protection: If your Camera gets stolen, we’ll replace it for free

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  • Connect your Ring camera with Alexa then enable announcements to be alerted when motion is detected. Talk to visitors through compatible Echo devices by saying “Alexa, talk to the front door”.
  • 1080p HD security camera that lets you see, hear, and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet, and PC.
  • With a Ring Protect Plan (subscription sold separately), record all your videos, review what you missed for up to 60 days, and share videos and photos.
  • Sends alerts as soon as motion is detected
  • Plugs into standard power outlets for non-stop power
  • Includes built-in LED light strips and a siren
  • Includes Lifetime Theft Protection: If your Camera gets stolen, we’ll replace it for free

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  1. Joe R.

    The media could not be loaded.  I can’t say enough good things about this camera and company. I did lots of research of pro and cons for cameras to update the old cameras I had been using. I finally decided to go with Ring and glad I did. The installation is simple with no glitches, they look great and so far work perfectly. As for the company, when I dropped a brand new $200 camera from 10 feet up it broke one of the brass connectors. I thought I was just out $200 or at least money to have it repairs. I emailed ring late at night and heard back in just a few minutes. After emailing the customer service rep a picture of the damage and my receipt from Amazon he shipped out a new camera to me free of charge (as long as i send the broken unit back).After reading all of the negative reviews I would suggest to go with the Wired camera as I did. I don’t own the battery one so can’t comment on it. In most cases it’s really not that hard to wire your camera to an outlet. This camera as a very long cord. I just drilled a whole next to the garage, wired it through the attic and didn’t need an extension cord. Other comments like poor wifi is likely people using a cheap wifi router. I have a high end router and haven’t had any issues with wifi and one of my cameras is on the other end of the house and between 5 walls with no issues.Yes you need to sign up for the monthly cloud service if you really want to use the camera. It’s only $100 a year for unlimited cameras which i consider a good deal.So happy with this purchase so far and the customer service. I plan on buying more ring products in the future.

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  2. Paul Moore

    This is my 5th Rind camera. We love their devices and their customer service is second to none. I have used the Ring devices now for over and year and I have found them very dependable. This device turns bright LED lamps on at night when motion is detected. Also, I can turn the light on with my Ring app at any time and advise how long I want it to illuminate. There is an alarm that can be sounded through the app as well if needed. You can get notifications sent to your phone for each motion detection. You can setup motion zones in the app that you want the camera to monitor. You can setup multiple zones for one camera so as to exclude any areas that you may want to exclude. There is a sensitivity setting as well that records all motion or only human action. Ring offers a recording service that I take advantage of as well. Every motion that the camera picks up is recorded and stored for viewing and may be downloaded if needed. If you use this service Ring gives additional warranty to the device for as long as you have the record service offering replacement for items that may fail while you keep the service. You are required to keep continuous service to keep the extended warranty intact. I find the app in the Apple and Android version very easy to use. Over the time that I have used the Ring there system I have found it to very rarely be down and the few times that they have had any issues I have found that they resolve them very quickly. I love the image quality that this unit produces. It gives me a piece of mind. If I hear something at night it is nice to have these to monitor what is going on. The app alerts usually before I even hear something and often when I don’t. I can view it at home or across the country. Anywhere I have internet connection. I do love Ring.

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  3. Cari M.

    The media could not be loaded.  Less than 3 weeks after I installed a flood light Ring cam over my driveway, i caught this guy breaking into my backyard. He first tried the front door handle, other side of house, then finally broke into my gate. If i did not have the cam, i would not have know he was in my backyard…probably checking my back doors and not sure what could have happened if he got in. I was home alone with my son who had just fallen asleep. Police took him in cuffs and ended up releasing him 2 hours later. That night he tried breaking into 4 more places…one he succeeded and a man chased him out of the house. I ordered a cam for the front door the next day and a big bike lock for the front gate. I feel safer now, but still scared at night…can’t believe it and can’t believe i was lucky enough to have gotten the Ring cam for Christmas and installed it just in time.Pros and cons…Pros – what i wrote above. easy to use, easy to install. Can put it on all my devices, i can ask my Alexa Show to show me driveway or show me front door and it pops right up. I have an apple watch and it pings when there is movement at either location. You have immediate access to all the video posts that people in a 5+ mile radius share. You can also share your own in this community as well as being able to email/text/facebook etc. your video/pic to friends or neighbors. Ring also allows you to share this Ring community app with friends for free, so even though they don’t have a ring, they can see the posts of those who do. I was surprised at how many in my neighborhood have the Ring.Cons – the reception out to the driveway is not great. 20 feet is not far and i think it should come with some type of booster built-in. Video comes through, but sometimes a pause here and there…and also, when i speak through it to the driveway cam, it stutters, not legible. (front door spotlight cam is closer and better reception). The Ring posts do not get relayed to police. I think this should become automatic. When there are multiple posts of the same person steeling/breaking-in, doesn’t it seem like common sense for Ring to notify police of this.Wish list:Wish i could see both cams on the screen at one time. In turn, if i added 1 or 2 more, it would be great to see them all live at the same time like a regular surveillance system.Wish someone could monitor the videos and set off the alarm when i am not able to.I would definitely recommend the Ring spot light cam and the flood light cam. They both have a wide range and light up to cover a good amount of area…also night time vision. The doorbell ring – the focus is a small area…you cannot see the ground where packages may be placed for instance. I returned this version and i’m happy with the two i have. I hope this helps.

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  4. PEPE1950

    The media could not be loaded.  I used the electrical box of the outdoor lamp as the 125V power source and wiring/setting up this camera was a piece of cake. If you want a more professional job hire an electrician, but even for this old man this was too easy. I only needed my beautiful wife to hold on to the stepladder.

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  5. Chris B ATX

    I have several Ring products. Happy camper here. Only one complaint, and it is a Big One…….The Spotlight Cam Light Cannot be turned off. Just confirmed with Ring Customer service. The default setting on the Spotlight Cam is always on when motion is detected. There is no way as of 2/2/2018 to permanently disable the on/off setting. Only the brightness can be adjusted. Motion always triggers the light activation. Even under the rules setting. Adding or deleting a motion zone has no effect. Any Motion Detection=Light on……… The sensor has a 180* view and will catch motion before you enter a zone. This allows for the lag time so video can be recorded. Maybe an update in the future but doubtful since this cam has been out for a year now. The marriage with Amazon will likely bring new products to the market this Spring/Summer.

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  6. David B.

    I’m a very big tech junkie and am very intrigued by Ring. I first bought ring doorbell 2 and loved the product and app so I went and purchased the Ring Spot light cam wired. The reason I opted for the wired version was I don’t like messing with batteries, however if I were to buy the battery version I’d buy the second battery pack to eliminate down time. The wired version is nice as your getting constant power. Then camera also starts recording motion faster with the wired version versus the battery version.Setup: super simple follow Ring app instructions and you’ll be up in running in 10 mins or lessInstall: I live in Nevada land of stucco homes so it takes a little longer to drill holes and place anchors. The ring mounting bracket comes with a level built in to make install easy “Pro tip I learned from my door bell” once you have the mounting bracket level I used a thin nail to start and mark my pilot holes for when I had to drill, which made the install even easier. Once you have the holes drilled anchors in installing is a breeze. The most time consuming part well for me as I’m OCD is space the holes for the cable clips. Overall the physical installation took 20 mins do to me being OCC. the cable is paintable to match your house. My stucco is white so it was a non issue.Functionality: in order for Ring,Arlo,Nest ect to work properly will require good WiFi and a good router. All these web based on demand cams require good WiFi if your WiFi or router isn’t up to par you’ll have a bad experience. I run a NetGear Night Hawk Router that I can pick up WiFi halfway down my street so no range extender needed for me. If you have a big house and your router is on the opposite side of the house from your cameras either buy the chime pro extender or better yet by a mesh WiFi like EERO or Orbi or googles mesh routers “you’ll thank me” the better WiFi signal the better your devices will operate.The App: The Ring App is super easy and user friendly and about to get even better here with new updates and usability. The app allows you to manually turn the lights on and off sound the siren create customized motion areas “a feature the battery version doesn’t do” as well as set the motion distance for the lights to come on. While reviewing a motion activity or in live view you have the option to turn the lights on or off as well as sound the siren. The app also keeps you informed of any issues with Rings servers or any downtime or issues with devices. The Ring cloud service is outstanding and it’s very reasonably priced at $3 a month which is cheap. I don’t need 24/7 video I only need motion events so $3 a month is a great value. The motion or activity alerts are fast and show up on your phone quickly. The two way communication is nice and clear to tell would be questionable people to buzz off if not the alarm will scare them away and wake your neighbors.Overall I am very satisfied with my Spotlight cam wired and my ring doorbell and plan to add more ring devices very soon, with the upcoming software updates from ring the experience is going to get even better. Again I can’t reiterate enough you have to have good WiFi and router for this device or any of the competitors devices to work properly. I’m a very very picky person with electronics and can say Ring Spot light cam wired met and exceeded my expectations.The neighborhoods feature within the app is also a great tool to keep you informed of activity or events within your community. Again I highly recommend this product

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  7. Ed D

    This is one well made easy great product.I tried one of the cheaper made in China brand motion camera and I had so much trouble just connecting with the app and I am good with these things. I finally sent it back after being annoyed at trying to get it to work. Even went though company and they could not get it to workSo my lesson was I am glad I went with Ring a well known brand. There is nothing cheap about and it was easy to setup to Wifi it takes you through the steps as the camera tells you step by step what to do and if your still confused on your phone it takes you through the steps. So even someone not to good with this stuff can do this.I plugged in the camera in the house before installing it and setting up the Wifi and testing it and the functions with my phone where I felt good that I understand how it all works. The I installed in on side of garage.I do a lot of electrical work and am comfortable doing so. I cut the cord and drilled a hole the size of the cord allowing me to run cord through the outside wall to camera to a inside splice block then attached to the garage door opener outlet on ceiling 13 feet from floor making it very hard for someone to disconnect ( big garage)

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  8. Joe

    Purchased this to install above my garage. Overall, I am very satisfied with it and wanted to share a few install tips. Like several other reviews, I did not have a way to access a nearby exterior outlet, so the next best thing was to run the power cord through my garage and plug in next to garage door opener. I didn’t want to drill a 1 inch hole to feed the cord into garage, or open up the Ring its self to disconnect the power cord there. So, I cut off the end of the cord (yes, I’m sure this will void the warranty and not recommended by Ring and you should not attempt if you are not competent with electrical). I drilled a 3/8″ hole into my garage and the cord fed easily. Inside the garage I installed a replacement plug I purchased at Home Depot (Leviton 15 Amp Straight-Blade Non-Grounded Plug, Black). The cord on the Ring I received was non-polarized/non-grounded, so this made installing the new plug even easier. Not sure about previous generations. Plugged in and it turned on without any issues and has been functioning great.

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  9. Kate

    This is by far the best security camera I’ve ever had! I love it so much that I bought two. I recommend it to my parents and my neighbor and they both bought one each and love theirs too!! I am willing to bet money you will not be disappointed. And I’ve never said that about any other product.The colored night vision isn’t quite what I expected. I thought it was going to be full color but it’s half color. You can turn off the colored night vision and just use regular black and white night vision if you want. I have it set on color. The night vision is crystal clear.The regular day vision image is so clear, when my friend came over, she had her phone in her hands as she was walking up, I could zoom in with the camera and read the text messages on her phone! Amazing clarity!The wide angle viewing is so wide, I can see my whole front yard and half of the neighbors yards on both sides of me. Very impressed!The audio is loud and clear. The siran is loud enough for me to hear from inside. The light is so bright it almost seems like daytime! The recordings take just seconds to pull up on your phone.Set up was extremely easy with simple walk through instructions. The app is self explanatory and also extremely easy to use.I wish the camera recorded 24/7 and not just when there’s motion. That’s a very basic feature that all cameras should have. Another downside is I can’t have live feed up on my laptop 24/7 either, like I’m used to doing with the cameras I’ve had in the past. Also the motion alerts don’t always come through to my phone. But those are the only bad things I can think of. The pros far outweigh the cons.I highly recommend this camera for anyone looking to buy one. Commercial purposes and residential. You will not be disappointed.

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  10. CHam

    I have 4 ring Floodlight cameras in use at another property. I really like them so I was excited to see the new Spotlight camera added to the ring lineup. I tried the ring Stick Up Cam Solar prior to ordering the Spotlight and I ultimately returned it due to being spoiled by the better build quality and overall camera quality of the Floodlight Cam. I included photos to show the field of view comparison between the two. While they aren’t installed in the exact same location, you can see just how much better the Spotlight Cam looks. As expected, the light output is greater on the Floodlight Cam but the Spotlight Cam does a good job of lighting up the immediate area around the unit. After installing and using my first Spotlight camera, I promptly ordered a second and installed it as soon as it came in. Both have been operating as expected. The camera video quality is great, the field of view is awesome. I have already influenced at least one friend to buy a wired Spotlight Cam and he is just as happy with it. I do wish that ring would add some more customization to their iOS app. It would be great to be able to reorder the cameras in any order you want vs left to right based on order of set up. It would also be nice to know if the motion detector triggered the lights or if the lights are on for extended periods without having to open the app. I found that after losing power at one property while not there that the lights stayed on after power was restored. I just happened to notice they were on when I was in the app and had to manually turn them off. HomeKit compatibility would rock too! Anyway, the Spotlight Cam is great! Way to go Ring!

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    Ring Spotlight Cam Wired Plugged-in HD security camera with built-in spotlights, two-way talk and a siren alarm, Black, Works with Alexa
    Ring Spotlight Cam Wired Plugged-in HD security camera with built-in spotlights, two-way talk and a siren alarm, Black, Works with Alexa

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