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Offline SamIam

  • Lets go dirtbiking

  • Joined: Sep 2015

  • Drives: 335i
  • Location: Sydney
Hi. Recently bought myself a RING smart doorbell from a local Melbourne store www.indusTEC.com.au Wanted to share my experience with others as I have 2 dirt bikes in my garage that I always worry about when I am not home. With RING I would easily install this myself in under 20 minutes and its battery powered so I can don't have to charge it for months. No electrician needed.
How it works is that RING has a camera and Mic and speaker all built in. You download the app on your mobile or tablet. You then connect RING to you wifi network and then install it on the wall. Its got motion detection that is upto 30 feet and with night vision. Its a doorbell that gets activated when it detects motion or when someone presses the doorbell. On both these events the RING app on your phone notifies you of a visitor and you can then talk to them on your mobile or tablet wherever in the world you are. Its a great anti burglary device as most burglaries happen when the burglar presses the doorbell and no one answers. Also its got cloud recording so for any motion or when someone presses the doorbell the video is recorded in the cloud that you can then download or see in the app.
Guys at industEC are running a free delivery for limited time so I thought I might spread the word on this forum.

Offline looney

  • Joined: Mar 2007

  • Drives: VW Beetle
wow, so relevant to our forum, i bet he's going to be inundated with buyers.

Offline Aircon

  • Master Baiter 300kph+ club
  • Who said it couldn't be done?

  • Joined: Mar 2007

  • Drives: Pork
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Name: Peter
wow, so relevant to our forum, i bet he's going to be inundated with buyers.

I think it's so brilliant that i'm tempter to buy one, even though I don't need it!
I love my car. Buy your own

Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
  • No idea how to make her happy!

  • Joined: Jan 2007

  • Drives: too many cars for one ass
I like it too. But I've had really crap experiences with Arlo. Gone through several sets and it's just ended up being a nightmare. Pity as it's such a great product.

Correction - the potential to be such a great product.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.

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