Deal: Two Ring Stick Up Cams, Two Ring Solar Panels For $299 - Today Only

Right now there is a great deal on the Ring Stick Up Cam on Amazon. These units are normally priced at $179 per piece but Amazon is currently selling two Ring Stick Up Cams for only $299. While that is a saving in its own right, what makes this deal even better is that it is a bundle package which also includes two Ring Solar Panels as well. Items which typically retail for $49.95 each. In short, for $299 you can currently pick up two Ring Stick Up Cams and two Ring Solar Panels which if bought separately would cost close to $460. This is a really good saving on a bundle which will provide a good deal of added security to your home.

For those new to both of these products, the Ring Stick Up Cam is designed to be an easy-to-mount and easy-to-use home security solution. This camera can be positioned outside and will record in HD quality. These cams also include two-way audio so not only can the homeowner hear what is happening outside, but can also be heard by whoever is outside - all from the corresponding smartphone app. Infrared is included so the cams will work just as well during the night as they do during the day.

As for the Ring Solar Panel, this is a product designed to specifically work with the likes of the Ring Stick Up Cam as each solar panel will be able to provide power for a Stick Up Cam based on just a couple of hours of sunlight. In other words, this is a self-powered home security bundle, and all for $299. For those considering this purchase, it is worth noting that this is a ‘Deal of the Day’ promotion on Amazon so to secure the lowest price possible buyers will need to complete the purchase by the end of the day today, November 24.

Ring Stick up Cam and Solar Panel Bundle
$299
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