|Ring Video Doorbell Pro
|Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell
|Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell
At Ring, our mission is simple: To reduce crime in neighborhoods. And by putting the power of home security in your hands, we’re making that mission a reality.
Ring keeps your home secure and your family safe by protecting you against intruders, burglars, package thieves and any other unwanted guests. Ring Chime enhances your Ring experience by amplifying your alerts and letting you receive notifications anywhere in your home.
Ring Chime links to an unlimited number of Ring devices, so no matter how many Ring Video Doorbells, Ring Pros or Stick Up Cams you have, it can handle the load. Chime sends you instant alerts as soon as someone presses the button on your doorbell or triggers your motion sensors, so you’ll always know when you have a visitor at your door or a stranger on your property.
Chime can be set up in minutes. Simply plug it into any standard power outlet, connect it to your home Wi-Fi network, link it to your Ring devices, and you’re good to go. With Chime, you’ll never miss an alert—even if your phone is in the other room.
Domestic version with standard US-style plug.
Requires Wi-Fi connection.
Dual notifications: One for motion-activated alerts and another for doorbell button presses
Most helpful customer reviews
68 of 75 people found the following review helpful.
Works Like It Should!
I like it when things work and this chime does the trick... I wish I could say the same for the Ring Doorbell. The reason I had to buy the chime is because I could not get the actual doorbell to ring so we went with the Chime. It works eveytime, is loud and makes a pleasant chime.
Setup was simple, doesn't take up much space and looks good.
I would recommend that is you are adding this to your wifi that you make sure you have a good strong wireless router because all the gadgets add up and the router is the backbone to make everything work.
Buy it, plug it in, set it up thru the app amd your done!
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful.
A month later still trying to get it to work
If anyone would have told me i would spend $300 on a door bell I would probably told them they were crazy. I have an older home where the door bell has been very sketchy for years. I've tried older versions of wireless door bells that worked for a while or intermittently. When I saw the Ring door bell sounded like a great idea. I have a two story house with a finished basement. My wife got me the $200 door bell for Christmas. I then purchased 3 Chimes, one for each floor. The set up has never worked properly and I have spent at least 10 hours trying to set up, reset and test the system. The result has been very disappointing. Had problems charging the unit. The 6 months charge lasted about 2 weeks. On with customer service, had to completely reset the system. This particular problem seems to now be solved after the reset. The downside is that the basic function of the system doesn't seem to work. I completely uninstalled the Chimes and reinstalled them (this is a pretty time consuming process). The software seems to indicate the system is linked up properly, one Ring doorbell to three Chimes. The sad part is it doesn't work consistently. 90% of the time if someone rings the bell nothing happens inside. On the rare occasion when it does trigger the Chime, the lag is 1 to 2 minutes. Clearly in that time lag the person at the door is likely to get frustrated and leave, especially UPS or FedEx drivers that are on a tight time schedule. I may give their technical service one more chance to fix this otherwise I'm sending it all back. The only reason I give it 2 stars is the very responsive customer service I've received. Otherwise, so far this is a great idea but not ready for prime time.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
By Just me
I actually dislike the fact that I needed to buy this in order to hear my ring doorbell. If someone press the door bell, before I purchased this, it would only ring lightly once. The chime has worked but it is still not loud as an actual door bell. Before, I switched out my doorbell for this one - I could hear it on the 1st and 2nd floor. I have already invested into the ring so I will need to purchase one more for the basement... I do like my ring doorbell, but I dislike the fact that you cannot hear the bell if you have a large home.