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Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In HD security camera with two-way talk, Works with Alexa – White

$109.20

See, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet or select Echo device with Stick Up Cam Plug-In, a wired camera that can be mounted indoor or out. Includes privacy features, such as customizable privacy zones and audio privacy, to focus only on what’s relevant to you. With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app. 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. Place on a flat surface or mount to a wall with the versatile mounting bracket. Add-on the Mount for Stick Up Cam (sold separately) for ceiling mount. Watch over your entire home by connecting one or multiple Stick Up Cams to all your Ring devices in the Ring app. Easily setup your Stick Up Cam Plug-In by plugging into a standard outlet and connecting to Wi-Fi. For added peace of mind, pair with Alexa to help you keep an eye on your home.

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  • See, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet or select Echo device with Stick Up Cam Plug-In, a wired camera that can be mounted indoor or out. Includes privacy features, such as customizable privacy zones and audio privacy, to focus only on what’s relevant to you.
  • With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app.
  • 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.
  • Place on a flat surface or mount to a wall with the versatile mounting bracket. Add-on the Mount for Stick Up Cam (sold separately) for ceiling mount.
  • Watch over your entire home by connecting one or multiple Stick Up Cams to all your Ring devices in the Ring app.
  • Easily setup your Stick Up Cam Plug-In by plugging into a standard outlet and connecting to Wi-Fi.
  • For added peace of mind, pair with Alexa to help you keep an eye on your home.

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  1. PAS80013

    NEST vs RINGI have 2 Nest cams I purchased more than 2 years ago at a Lowe’s sale (one inside cam and one outside cam), and they constantly go offline for no reason, sometimes several times a day. Additionally, the Nest app is a nightmare since Google bought them. Trying to sign in to my account on a browser a couple days ago resulted in multiple redirects from Google to Nest back to Google, with each redirect requiring to input my login again. Frustrating to say the least.RING HOME SECURITYRecently I purchased an entire Ring home security system and added a video doorbell and this stick up cam, and was blown away with how easy it was to set up. The Ring app is amazing compared to the Nest app in every way (changing device settings, viewing video history, customization of alerts and ringtones, etc.). Camera resolution is comparable to the Nest cams, but the night vision is where this camera really outdoes Nest. Night vision is clear and even has a setting to view/record in color. I have the camera inside my front window looking out and I do not get any reflections off the glass, even in night mode. The app records video clips when motion is detected, but it also takes snapshots every three minutes around the clock so you can scroll back through the timeline for an entire 24 hours or more. You can set up to 3 “Motion Zones” in the camera’s view so it will only record video if it detects motion in a zone, thereby reducing the number of notifications you receive for things that don’t matter. For instance – I have it set up to record only when someone walks up the path to my front door, but will ignore any traffic driving by on the road or when the leaves on the trees move in the wind. There are so many more features I could go into, but you get the idea…If you’re debating between getting Nest or Ring cameras – I highly suggest you go with Ring. Overall very impressive.

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  2. Rfm

    Ring is basically a bunch of over priced junk with sleek marketing. I have a Ring Doorbell that seemed to work pretty good for the first year and a half, or so I thought, and I added the Ring Stick Up Cam. Having two cameras now made me aware of how much motion each camera was missing on a regular basis. The Ring Stick Up Cam is on my driveway and the Ring Doorbell is obviously at my front door. Often the driveway cam will pick up motion and when the person walks to the front door…nothing on the doorbell cam unless they actually press the button. This happens in reverse also. It’s very “hit and miss”. Lag time to answer on the app is ridiculously slow. Now my Ring Doorbell takes itself off line on the regular and recently started ringing at random times all by itself. There is no security if the cameras only randomly work. Today, we packed a car in the driveway and drove out….absolutely no motion detected at all, I checked the app and it was online and gave me a Live View so it wasn’t a connection issue. Both cameras are hard wired and have excellent WiFi signal. I’ve adjusted settings and everything else I could possibly do without success. My guess is Rings server is subpar. A yearly subscription fee for what? Odds are if an actual crime occurs these cameras won’t pick it up. Packages get delivered and Ring detects nothing, so obviously a thief could just as easily steal the package without triggering motion detection. So my advice is save your money for something else if you want a true security system….this isn’t it!

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  3. Ed

    The subscription required for each Ring camera you purchase is the most annoying thing about Ring. I am using the camera plugged in to an outdoor outlet. The night vision is better than I expected but of course in Black and white. For reasons unknown the camera has momentary blackouts. Picture quality is ok. For some unknown reason the camera from time to time at night picks up on transparent floating white orbs. I have no idea what is causing that. I do not have this issue with the Ring door bell. Camera has successfully detected at night a neighborhood cat making the rounds and during the day a squirrel, the electric utility guy reading the meter and so forth. It has stood up to the elements during a very severe northeast winter

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  4. C.Morin

    Bought this after learning about do-it-yourself security cameras. This Ring Stick up indoor outdoor security camera is a good quality security for $99. Firstly, I went to a geek tech store and bought a security cameras set and was completely disappointed with my experience and the marked up prices. This camera is very easy to install yourself. The picture quality is great. The App is easy to navigate and for $99 you can see what’s happening in front of your property when you are away and added security when you are home. I recommend using the Ring stick up plug in security camera….comes with an 8ft and 22ft cord 30ft total… if you can drill a hole on the exterior to the inside of your home to reach a electrical outlet to plug this device in that is the best option without the hassle of recharging batteries. I tried the recharge battery mode and did not like it but if you do go the battery route make sure you get the correct solar panel (called Ring Super Solar Panel) that will help the battery life. I understand some people can’t drill holes where they live and recharging battery mode with a solar panel is an ideal option for some. Hope this was helpful.

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  5. Skip

    I purchased the 2 Pack of the Ring Stick Up Camera Plug-In, but I have only put up one of them at this point (long story). However, I wanted to write this review because I felt doing so might help some others trying to decide if they should buy Ring or not. First thing I have to say that when you receive something from Ring the packaging screams quality. No cheap of flimsy box; everything that is in the package is well protected and yet easy to get out.Before I installed the camera I ordered a battery for backup. After installing the battery I set the camera up following the directions. The Ring android app made it extremely easy to get the camera connected to my network. Once that was done I took the camera outside and found the location where I wanted to install it based on the area of view I wanted covered. By the way, I did order one of the Ring ceiling mounts for it, but the more I looked at the area I wanted it to cover the more I realized that I could use the mount that came with the camera.There is a single screw that holds the stand on. I removed it and moved the stand/mount to the back of the camera. In order to do this you do have to removed a weather seal where the mount needs to be placed; be sure to put the weather seal in the bottom of the camera where the stand/mount was located. It is easy to do, after removing the seal just place stand/mount in the hole, put the screw back in place and you are done. Took me less than a minute. I then marked the location where the detachable part of the mount need to go, drilled a couple of pilot holes, put the screws in and the base of the mount was in place. Snapped the camera into it and put in the security screw. After getting it mounted I plugged it in and it came right up. Used my phone to view and adjust it to cover the area I wanted covered and I was finished with mounting it. Probably took me a total of 10 minutes.So, how does it work? Great. Since I already had the app open I went to the setting menu and turned on the Record Motion and Motion Alerts feature. I turned on Motion Verification and set the Motion Zones the way I wanted them. I then set the Motion Detection and I was done with the setup.The camera has been up for 3 weeks now without any false motion notification, which is a great thing. My wife and I have looked at it quite often. It comes up quickly and the image is great for a security camera. If a friend or family member asked me if I would recommend it, my answer would be absolutely.The things that stand out in my mind are:1. The quality of the packaging, but more importantly the quality of the product itself.2. The ease of installation.3. The features and function of the app and the camera.4. The fact that I don’t get false alerts, but at the same time it does alert me when it should.5. Ease of use.

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  6. Gcheezpuff

    ***update*** changed to 5 star, if you set the camera to battery mode and then plug in the power outlet, it keeps the battery charged at 100% allowing the camera to use hardwire and battery power for backup in the event power is cut. This works as I intended, just need to figure out the setting*** Descent camera, but I am a little frustrated at a couple things. First, the inside camera allows you to mount upside down and then flip the camera view in the app. This was my install plan with the outside cam, but the outside cams do not offer the video invert option in the app. They claim this is for motion sensing issues, but I suspect it is so they can sell you the additional top mount. The biggest issue I have is that the stick up cams can be used with battery or plug in, so I bought the extra batteries thinking they would charge when the power supply was plugged in (nope) and that they would work as a back-up power supply if power is lost (also nope) the batteries have to be removed to charge and you have to manually switch between battery power or power supply within the app. I basically wasted $40 on batteries I’ll never use. I have an outside outlet on a timer I use for Xmas lights and I wanted to use the same outlet for the camera thinking when the timer kicked off the battery would kick in keeping the camera live, nope, camera will not automatically revert to battery backup. Apparently they just made it so they can sell the same camera as either battery or power supply.. no point in having both without them working together and being automated, which is not the case. I also tried to research this before purchasing the batteries and I could not get a clear answer anywhere which I think is intentional. Otherwise this camera is as advertised, works well, picture and night vision are good and other features seem to work as described. Setup was easy.

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  7. Olivia J

    2/15 3rd update…..so I’ve had issues with my motion alerts not working and my camera defaulting to battery mode IT’S A PLUG IN apparently this model is next gen/hybrid and doesn’t recognize that device is plugged in so it doesn’t alert motion detection while live view works great. After several calls with Ring tech support I was told I need a battery after I complained asking why would I think I need a battery for a plug in I wash told that the devices show 10% battery life and it won’t detect motion and won’t alert me.Ring is sending me a battery to use while plugged in and I’ve been assured it will work without any issues. I installed feb 6 and it’s malfunctioned more than functioning properly.If you’re experiencing the same issue call Ring and pitch a fit and tell them they should send you a battery at their expense.******UPDATED AFTER INSTALL AND USE******Power went out early this morning and my ring stopped working.Internet connection is fine no issues internet wise all my devices are working fine except my camera. Out door plug in.I called tech support who were helpful however, I have to remove bottom cover and press button. PROBLEM WITH THAT, I don’t have a tall enough ladder and I can’t reach it from where it’s installed.I am waiting for a neighbor to come with a ladderWe’ve experienced various crimes in my complex. I purchased this for safety and security. I was skeptical but the coverage area is amazing, I can see who’s coming up my sidewalk and if anyone is near my car.I highly recommend.Easy set up too.

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  8. J M

    WOW, SO FAR THIS RING CAM HAS SURPASSED ANY OTHER SYSTEMS I HAVE USED BEFORE, SUPPER FAST SET UP WITH CELL, WIFI ECT. INSTALLED QUICK. UP N RUNNING IN 10-15 MINUTES FOR AN OUTSIDE INSTALL. UPDATED 10-31-19. I LOVE THE RING SYSTEM, ONE THINK IS AN OUTSIDE CAM I PUT UP WAS A BIT AWAY FROM THE ROUTER, IT SHOWED WEAK SIGNAL THEN WOULD NOT WORK, FOUND THIS OUT FROM A CALL I DID TO CUSTOMER SERVICE, THE LADY WAS SPOT ON IN FINDING MY ISSUE. I PURCHASED A RING CHIME WIFI BOOSTER, NOW NO ISSUES. GREAT SYSTEM.

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  9. James A.

    This is my third Ring camera (door bell, inside camera and now this outside camera), and I have become sold on Ring products. This stick-up plug-in outside camera exceeded my expectations. I mounted it on the side of the house under the eaves. Physical mounting was very easy, and the cord was long enough to reach through the eaves to an outlet in the attic without needing an extension cord. The ball-and-socket joint in the mount allowed sufficient angle adjustment that I didn’t need a separate mounting bracket. The angle of coverage is generous, the image is crisp, and the Infrared night vision is incredible. It’s easy to connect to WiFi, although be advised: when first connecting, it upgrades the software and tells you it could take up to 5 minutes. Mine took 10-15 minutes with a high-speed router, so be patient. There is also a wide range of parameters for the camera you can set with the Ring app, making it even more versatile. I highly recommend it.

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  10. RG

    Completely disappointed with Amazon on this one..Update to my last post, when I received a reeboxed broken cam. I was contacted by a member from The Ring team after I returned my stick up cam he then helped me set up the other cameras I had in home and sent me another stick up camera in two days.I was pleasantly surprised as I was not expecting any deliveries today I have not yet taken it out of the box but I just wanted to leave a review on how well the ring team treated my situation when I never even contacted them. They reached out to me and as a caretaker I thank them for it.I would not worry about purchasing any ring cameras because if there are any issues the ring team would be more than happy to help. I’m very impressed.The people from ring are very nice patient and I am completely satisfied how they treated me…….. I give five stars just for how ring reached out to me,took care of the situation and then some. I haven’t open the box but I’m sure the camera will work.

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    Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In HD security camera with two-way talk, Works with Alexa – White

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