Deal: Ring Floodlight Motion-Activated HD Security Cam For $224 - 11/23/17

Ring is the latest company to hop on the pre-Black Friday bandwagon, having just brought down the price of its Floodlight security camera to $224, discounting it by 10 percent. The price cut may not seem significant amid the sea of other offers that have been emerging online since midnight but it's notable because this is a brand-new product that many weren't expecting to see participate in any kind of holiday sale at all. As such, the Ring Floodlight is also currently available at an all-time low price that's unlikely to be beaten anytime soon, with the newly introduced discount applying to both the white and black variant of the device and the company offering global shipping on top of its domestic support.

As for what you're getting for your money, the Ring Floodlight is a contemporary security camera that can detect sound and motion, then use such phenomena as triggers to start recording 1080p video. A loud 110dB alarm is also part of the package that you can enable in order to have it sound off in case of any suspicious activity being detected. With its main focus being security, the Ring Floodlight is capable of continuous video recording and works just as well in pitch darkness as it does during the day thanks to its infrared capabilities. You can also use the camera as an intercom seeing how it's equipped with both a speaker and a microphone that can connect to your smartphone or tablet and let you remotely speak with any visitors. Like every other contemporary gadget worth its salt, the Ring Floodlight is an Alexa-certified device that can be intuitively controlled with just your voice.

The first discount on the latest security camera from Ring doesn't have a specific expiry date attached to it but probably won't be live for more than a few days. You can check whether the offer is still available by referring to the banner below.

Ring Floodlight Camera Motion-Activated HD Security Cam
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