(Pocket-lint) - If you're looking to smarten up your home with a Ring doorbell or camera, you're in the right place. Here, we list all the live and updating prices on the latest Ring products.
The Amazon-owned company now offers a wide-reaching, versatile system that lets you easily add a connected doorbell or security light to your home.
As you may already know, however, these devices aren't necessarily available on the cheap.
That's why we've collected together the best savings to be had on Ring devices. No matter which area of Ring's arsenal you're interested in, there's typically a solid saving to be had - and not just from Amazon itself.
Since you'll also need a Ring Protect plan to get the most out of your device, too, any offer can help you spread the cost more easily. So, let's get into it.
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Ring Video Doorbell 3
Replacing the popular Ring Video Doorbell 2, the third-gen model is battery-powered, offers Full HD video and can connect to your Wi-Fi network over either 2.4GHz or 5GHz Wi-Fi for a more reliable connection.
Also new is Advanced Motion Detection, previously only available on the wired Pro and Elite doorbells. This means an adjustable motion zone called Near Zone. You can also block out areas, called Privacy Zones.
Like the other doorbells listed below, the Ring Doorbell 3 gives you alerts on your phone, smart speaker or computer, and also allows a two-way conversation with callers. Naturally, you'll get a video of who is at your door and motion detection alerts, too - with night vision available for the hours of darkness.
Ring Video Doorbell (2nd generation)
The Ring Video Doorbell isn't quite as slick as the Doorbell 3, but it is much cheaper. It still offers 1080p Full HD video capture, though it doesn't feature a removable battery. This means you'll have to dismount the unit in order to charge it up.
Ring Video Doorbell 4, Doorbell 3 Plus and Doorbell 3
These models are all from the same lineup, and are extremely similar. The latest, the Video Doorbell 4, is essentially the same as the Doorbell 3 besides one feature - Pre-Roll. This captures video constantly, so, when you get a motion alert, it enables you to view the four seconds before the alert. This can be handy if you're looking out for incidents, and not just who's ringing the bell.
The Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus also has Pre-roll, but it's in black and white instead of colour.
Ring Video Doorbell Wired
If you want a wired Ring doorbell, rather than a battery-powered model, you'll want to consider this cheaper - and still Full HD - model. However, there's no 5GHz Wi-Fi support - just 2.4Ghz. But it does feature real-time alerts, live video and two-way talk plus full integration with the Ring app as you'd expect.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is a more advanced wired doorbell, so, once again, you'll have to connect it to existing doorbell wiring or use a plug-in adapter. This means it's a lot slimmer than battery models, so it looks better on your door. It offers 1080p Full HD video capture 24/7, too, so it's always able to look back over your captured timeline without limitations.
Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2
The new version of the Pro - the Pro 2 - has a new head-to-toe angle of view (150 degrees horizontally and vertically) and improved motion detection, plus higher resolution video recording at 1536p versus Full HD 1080p.
Ring Peephole/Door View Cam
The Peephole Cam (or Door View Cam, if you're in the UK) is a little more niche than Ring's other devices. It's designed to replace your peephole/spyhole, where you attach the Ring camera through this hole. As such, it's a clean install and might be better for those in rented apartments. It offers 1080p Full HD capture.
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Ring Floodlight Cam
Taking security to the outside of your house, the Ring Floodlight Cam pairs Ring's camera with a pair of floodlights. It needs to be hardwired to give it the power, but it means you can also keep an eye on the outside of your house while providing security lighting, too. It offers 1080p Full HD capture.
Ring Spotlight Cam
The Ring Spotlight Cam comes in various flavours to suit your requirements - battery-powered, hardwired and solar. It pairs a Ring camera with a spotlight in the body, so provides security for smaller spaces, without the illumination power of the Ring Floodlight Cam, but with all the connected features. It offers 1080p Full HD capture.
Ring Stick Up Cam
The Ring Stick Up Cam is a simple camera without any lights, and is designed to give you video capture and motion detection anywhere you want to put it. It's waterproofed for use outdoors and comes in a range of different models - battery, wired or solar - so you can choose the version that best suits your needs. The Stick Up Cam also offers 1080p Full HD video.
Ring Stick Up Cam Elite
The Stick Up Cam Elite is similar to the Stick Up Cam, suitable for indoor or outdoor use, but offers a wired connection both to power and the internet (if you want). It also has a wider-angle lens on it to fit more in the captured view.
Ring Indoor Cam
Exactly as the name suggests, the Indoor Cam is a camera designed exclusively for indoor use. It's wired, so you just plug it in and point it at whatever you want to keep an eye on. It offers 1080p Full HD video capture. It's about as simple as it gets.