Deal: Ring Wi-Fi Video Doorbell For Just $99, 45% Off - 11/27/17

Ring is commemorating Cyber Monday with the lowest price tag it ever attached to its Wi-Fi Video Doorbell, offering the device for just $99, 45 percent down its regular price of $179. The only catch here is that the deep discount applies exclusively to the Satin Nickel variant of the gadget, whereas the Polished Brass and Antique Brass ones haven't had their prices reduced at all. On the bright side, the Satin Nickel color is by far the most neutral-looking iteration of Ring's intelligent doorbell and should be able to easily blend with most decor types.

By slashing the price of its best-selling item by $80, Ring is all but guaranteeing that the device won't be in stock for more than a few days, with the company not placing any particular expiry date on the deal. Instead, it appears that Ring is currently in the process of clearing stock, so you likely don't have a lot of time to take advantage of the newly announced sale. As for the product on offer, the company's Internet-enabled video doorbell is widely touted as one of the best IoT devices of its kind, being able to serve as a video intercom that you can use to communicate with your visitors even in pitch darkness thanks to its infrared capabilities. Furthermore, by connecting the doorbell to your smartphone, you always have the option of getting a real-time video feed of your home entrance.

The Ring-made gadget is equipped with motion sensors that can detect visitors even if they haven't ringed the doorbell, with the product itself being extremely straightforward to set up. All things considered, this is a fantastic deal for an even better device that has the potential to serve you and your loved ones for many years to come. Refer to the banner below to check whether Ring still has any units left in stock.

Ring Wi-Fi Video Doorbell in Satin Nickel
$99.00
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