Deal: DING WiFi Video Doorbell For $59.75 - 12/22/17

Doorbells might seem like a rather basic part to a home but even the humble doorbell has been included in the smart home technology trend, and this is where smart video doorbells have come into play. Normally you'll find most of these kinds of devices coming to market with a retail cost of around $100 to $130 at the least, but right now you pick up the DING WiFi Video Doorbell for just $59.75 over at Amazon which is a pretty inexpensive price for something like this.

With the DING WiFi Video Doorbell you'll get the same kinds of features you'll get with other similar products, like video recording of anyone that comes up to the door so you always know who's knocking or ringing, and you can set things up to detect motion so that as soon as someone walks up to the door you can get an alert that motion was detected and immediately view the recording that began. The device doesn't store any recordings on itself as there is no internal storage to speak of, so everything ends up being stored in the cloud via DING's 7-day recording plan. The nice thing here is that when you buy the DING you're able to get six months free of the cloud recording service so you can always make sure that your recordings are happening and that you can always access them whenever you feel the need. This is comparable to some similar products which only give you a week or a month of free cloud storage, or none at all and you immediately have to pay for it. The doorbell is also equipped with a mic so not only can you see who's at the door but you can speak to them too.

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