Ring Video Doorbell Pro Review, Installation, Setup and Connecting to the Wink Hub for Home Security

Ring Video Doorbell Pro Review, Installation, Setup and Connecting to the Wink Hub for Home Security

27 Replies to “Ring Video Doorbell Pro Review, Installation, Setup and Connecting to the Wink Hub for Home Security”

  1. Great video! Also starting to watch your other videos as well. I enjoyed the way you present the products, features and examples. Will reference your videos as I start my journey into smart home/automation. Thanks!

  2. Be aware that the output files are not really 1080p. Download a couple of files and you will see that the files are actually 1302×720.

  3. Thanks for the great videos. Keep it up. One question I had. Do you use the stick up cams outdoors permanently? What do you do inside the house?

    I like the stick-up cams for outdoors (with the solar panels since i'd prefer to avoid drilling for wiring) but I like the nest cams for indoors. I just think paying for two separate subscription services (ring and nest) is unnecessary.

  4. First time I've heard about robots. neat idea. is there a way to add delay to lights so it seems more realistic as if you were actually there even when you're not? as opposed to obviously being linked to doorbell

  5. I have been scratching my head all day trying to figure out why my Ring Doorbell wasn't working with my chime. You clearly explained it at 3:20 in your video…THANK YOU
    I called Ring Technical support and checked their website. They didn't explain this limitation. Thanks again, great video

  6. I have had the normal ring door bell for about 3 works and absolutely love it. Only problem was it kept going off every few minutes during the day with motion and killed the battery within 3 weeks.

    I tried to recharge it but woukdnt work so i called ring and they have swapped it for the pro as there was no way i want to keep taking it off every month or so to charge it.

    Currently I have it on WiFi but the pro will be hard wired. Will call an electrician to fit it.

    So my question is. As I also purchased the ring chime, would I still need to buy one of those digital chime boxes or can I link it straight to the ring chine plugged into the wall.

    Any advice would be appreciated.
    many thanks

  7. Can someone confirm that I could have more than one Ring Doorbell Pro installed on the same home. We have a doorbell on the front door and one installed on the man-door to the garage. I would like to install the Ring Pro on each but want to confirm you could have two working on the same home without issue. Thanks in advance for your responses.

  8. Great review. Can't seem to find the Wink App at the iPad App Store. Who is the seller? Thanks for the review.

  9. lol… ring disabled thier video comments because this is retarded!! Yea you see me stealing your shit! cops don't go after ppl wearing a mask!!

  10. Hi John, Great video! I have a quick question for you. I read a review where the SkyBell often failed to pick up the postal carrier's mail delivery. Have you had any problems with that? I'm trying to decide between it and the Ring Pro. Thanks!

  11. Good video but i need a little help with my install. I installed my Video doorbell 2 but before I changed my transformer to 8-24va. I also have a digital chime which is 16v, so I installed the supplied diode. My doorbell is working, I get a great video and the digital chime is also working. My problem is the transformer is making a humming like noise and the digital chime is warm. I'm using the 16v-20vac terminals on the video doorbell. Can you help
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  12. OK. So, the Ring comparison page shows that the basic ring model can be powered by hard-wiring it to an existing doorbell.


    But, if a doorbell button is wired the way you show at the 3:00 mark, and you replace the old doorbell button with a Ring, won't the Ring still run off the battery ?

  13. Any videos for indoor/outdoor cameras? Have the ring pro, would love to see ring release stick up cam elite. But not sure they will since being bought by amazon and would compete with amazon cloud cam. Speaking of cloud cam love price but doesn’t integrate with SmartThings. Fail. Like Arlo for working with smart hubs but that price. Any advice would be nice since I’m still catching up on sleep after my ADT alarm went off at midnight because of basement motion and my choices were have cop show up for probably nothing or go check it out myself. Thanks for all the videos btw. I’ve got SmartThings, harmony hub, zoos, ecobee. And anytime people ask where to start I point them to you (okay I’ll go while my nose now)

  14. Thank for the video. I got a question. You need to pay the monthly fee for Ring to use the app that record and let you view the Ring Bell live ? Could you connect the Ring bell into Wink app to see the live video or receive alert without paying the fee?

  15. Dear guy, instead of the device ringing a doorbell can't it just signal to one's cellphone ? … can the device call my telephone instead ? Thank you.

  16. Dear guy, from what your video says, if one only has a small apartment, then there's no need for pro. the cheaper one will do, without all the "lights coming one etc" ? – thanks guy.

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