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  Fire TV Stick 4K streaming device with Alexa built in, Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, includes the Alexa Voice Remote

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    Get $100 off instantly: Pay $69.00 upon approval for the Store Card.In Stock.Want these items tomorrow, Feb. 24? Order within 4 hrs 28 mins and choose the fastest ship options at checkout. DetailsShips from and sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC.Style: with free Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

    • Ring Alarm
    • with free Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

    Configuration: 8 Piece Kit

    • Smoke & CO Kit
    • 14 Piece Kit
    • Enhanced Kit
    • 5 Piece Kit
    • 8 Piece Kit
    • This bundle includes Ring Alarm 8 Piece Kit and Echo Dot (3rd Gen)—whole-home security at your fingertips. Get motion-activated alerts on your smart phone.
    • Works with Alexa to arm, disarm, and check the status of your Ring Alarm security system with your voice.
    • Optional 24/7 professional monitoring is just $10/month. No long-term contracts or cancellation fees
    • Manage Ring Alarm and other Ring products—including Ring Doorbell—with the Ring app.
    • Customize Ring Alarm for your needs. Add components at any time for whole home protection.
    • Easily setup Ring Alarm in minutes—without tools or professional installation.
    By your side and at your command

    Whole-Home Security at Your Fingertips

    Protect your property from the inside-out, and get mobile alerts when doors or windows open and when motion is detected at home. Set up your entire system without the need for tools or professional installation, and expand your Alarm to fit any home or apartment.

    Whole-Home Security at Your Fingertips

    Your Home in Your Hands

    Your Home in Your Hands

    Control the Alarm and all your Ring Doorbells and Cameras from one central location.24/7 Professional Monitoring

    24/7 Professional Monitoring

    Get professional monitoring, cellular backup and 60 days unlimited video recording for $10/month after your 30-day trial.No Long-Term Contracts

    No Long-Term Contracts

    Get security on your terms and never worry about long-term contracts or expensive cancellation fees.

    Works with Alexa

    Connect Ring Alarm to Alexa for hands-free voice control. Arm, disarm, and check the status of your security system through supported Alexa-enabled devices. Also works with Alexa Guard – when you set your Guard to Away Mode, get Smart Alerts sent to your phone if your Echo device detects the sound of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, or glass breaking when you’re away. And with Ring Protect Plus, get quick access to the Ring app when you receive a Smart Alert to directly request dispatch of emergency responders. Learn more.

    Works with Alexa
    Ring Alarm & Alexa utterances

    What’s in the Box?

    Base Station

    Base Station

    Keeps your Alarm system online and connected to your mobile devices.Keypad


    Arms and disarms your system from inside the home.Contact Sensor

    3 Contact Sensors

    Alerts you when doors or windows open.Motion Detector

    2 Motion Detectors

    Alerts you when motion is detected.Range Extender

    Range Extender

    Extends the signal from your Base Station to all Alarm components.

    Technical Details – Base Station

    Power100 – 240V 50/60Hz AC Adapter Included
    Battery LifeRechargeable 24 Hour Battery Backup
    Operating Conditions32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
    Dimensions6.65 in. x 6.65 in. x 1.42 in.
    Siren104 decibels
    InstallationMount to Walls, or Place it on Any Flat Surface
    ConnectivityEthernet, Wi-Fi, Z-Wave, Zigbee, Bluetooth for Setup (plus Cellular Backup with Ring Protect Plus subscription)
    Warranty and service1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Ring Alarm Kit is subject to the terms found here. License information can be found here.
    SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Alarm Kit support page.

    Technical Details – Keypad

    PowerAC Adapter, Internal Rechargeable Battery
    Battery LifeUp to 10 Months Per Charge
    Operating Conditions32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
    Dimensions5.87 in. X 3.94 in. X 0.91 in.
    InstallationWall Mount with Quick-Release Bracket or Place It on Any Flat Surface
    ConnectivityZ-Wave (250-foot range to Base Station)
    Security Modes‘Disarmed’ deactivates your sensors and allows you to move freely throughout the house. ‘Away’ activates all your sensors to protect your home while you’re away. ‘Home’ only activates select sensors to give you flexibility.
    Warranty and service1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Ring Alarm Kit is subject to the terms found here.
    SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Alarm Kit support page.

    Technical Details – Contact Sensor

    Power3V Lithium Battery Included
    Battery LifeApproximately 3 Years
    Operating Conditions32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
    Dimensions3.23 in. x 0.98 in. x 0.94 in.
    InstallationMount to Door or Window Frame
    Maximum Distance Between Sensors5/8 inches
    ConnectivityZ-Wave (250-foot range to Base Station)
    Warranty and service1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Ring Alarm Kit is subject to the terms found here.
    SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Alarm Kit support page.

    Technical Details – Motion Detector

    Power3V Lithium Battery Included
    Battery LifeApproximately 3 Years
    Advanced Motion SensitivityDesigned to ignore pets weighing under 50 lbs. when mounted at seven ft. at the lowest motion sensitivity setting
    Operating Conditions32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
    Dimensions3.54 in. X 2.44 in. X 1.77 in.
    InstallationWall or Corner Mount
    ConnectivityZ-Wave (250-foot range to Base Station)
    Warranty and service1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Ring Alarm Kit is subject to the terms found here.
    SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Alarm Kit support page.

    Technical Details – Range Extender

    PowerAC Adapter
    Battery Life24-Hour Battery Backup
    Operating Conditions32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
    Dimensions3.15 in. x 1.81 in. x 1.10 in.
    InstallationPlugs Directly Into Power Outlet
    ConnectivityZ-Wave (250-foot range to Base Station, extends Z-Wave a further 250 feet)
    Warranty and service1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Ring Alarm Kit is subject to the terms found here.
    SupportClick here to view more information on the Ring Alarm Kit support page.

    Technical Details – Echo Dot (3rd Generation)

    Size3.9” x 3.9” x 1.7” (99 mm x 99 mm x 43 mm)
    Weight10.6 oz. (300 grams) Actual size and weight may vary by manufacturing process
    Wi-Fi connectivityDual-band Wi-Fi supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 and 5 GHz) networks. Does not support connecting to ad-hoc (or peer-to-peer) Wi-Fi networks.
    Bluetooth connectivityAdvanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) support for audio streaming from your mobile device to Echo Dot or from Echo Dot to your Bluetooth speaker. Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) for voice control of connected mobile devices. Hands-free voice control is not supported for Mac OS X devices. Bluetooth speakers requiring PIN codes are not supported.
    AudioBuilt-in speaker for voice feedback when not connected to external speakers. 3.5 mm stereo audio output for use with external speakers (audio cable not included).
    System RequirementsEcho Dot comes ready to connect to your Wi-Fi. The Alexa App is compatible with Fire OS, Android, and iOS devices and also accessible via your web browser. Certain skills and services may require subscription or other fees.
    Setup TechnologyAmazon Wi-Fi simple setup enables customers to connect smart devices to their Wi-Fi network in a few easy steps. Wi-Fi simple setup is another way Alexa is always getting smarter. Learn more
    Warranty and Service90-day limited warranty and service. Optional 1-year2-year, and 3-year extended warranty available for U.S. customers sold separately. Use of Echo Dot is subject to the terms found here.
    Accessibility FeaturesThe Alexa app and Alexa-enabled products include several features for customers with accessibility needs related to vision, hearing, mobility, and speech. Learn more about Alexa accessibility.
    Included in the BoxEcho Dot, power adapter (15W), and Quick Start Guide.
    GenerationEcho Dot 3rd Generation – 2018 release

    Customer questions & answers

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    Question:How much is the service for professional monitoring?Answer:Professional monitoring service from Ring is $10/month or $100/annually. This includes camera recording for 60 days for as many cameras you put on your account and also included monitoring for smoke/fire and water if you buy those additional sensors. You still have to inform your local municipality about the monitorin… see more
    By G.C. on June 11, 2019 See more answers (16)

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    Question:Is it smash proof? (i.e. will still send an alarm activation if the keypad is smashed).Answer:Ring support told me the base station is smash proof. If the base station is destroyed then a tamper signal is sent to the monitoring station. The keypads have nothing to do with the signal getting out to the monitoring station.
    By Coquipr79 on November 16, 2018 See more answers (21)

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    Question:Can you add additional sensors after initial installation?Answer:Problem is you accept the risk of using Ring Alarms devices not Ring. If you get a false alarm you get the bill not ring. So there QC for overpriced sensors is bad logic. You should be able to use your sensor and accept it at your own risk. Z-Wave already has standard to help with this type of issue. I am bummed becau… see more
    By John Farrell on January 2, 2020 See more answers (13)

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    Question:Any way I can download and read the installation/ user manual before I place an order?Answer:Since the link provide doesn’t link you to manual I will
    By Am@z0n Custo0m3r on August 19, 2018 See more answers (3)See more answered questions (996)

    Customer reviews

    4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 54,960 customer ratings

    5 star  78%
    4 star  11%
    3 star  3%
    2 star  2%
    1 star  6%

    By featureEasy to use4.84.8Easy to install4.84.8WiFi signal4.54.5See more

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    base station security system contact sensors arm and disarm home security peace of mind tech support easy setup highly recommend motion sensors easy to use motion detectors range extender super easy user friendly cellular backup glass break per month smoke detector window sensorsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsKyle2.0 out of 5 stars Beware: Don’t let the low cost fool you. (Updated 1/5/19)Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018Style: Ring AlarmConfiguration: 5 Piece KitVerified PurchaseOriginal Review – 10/7/19 (See below for updated review)
    I got my new Ring security system yesterday and installed the panel, door sensor, and motion sensor yesterday. I have had a security system with a major national monitoring company for nearly six years. I am not new to this. I got the new Ring system to replace the current system I have due to the price of the monitoring. I like the idea of having $10 a month for all of my cameras and security system combined. By switching, I am able to save $55 a month by cancelling my previous monitoring from the companies that did so for my security system and cameras.

    The ring system itself is pretty basic. There aren’t really bells and whistles. I am going from a fancy touchscreen panel that can control my thermostat and do a lot of other things to a panel that doesn’t have a screen at all. I am aware of the change and am more than accepting of it for the monthly savings.

    I do hope that Ring will eventually come out with a nicer panel that can be added to the system. Glass break sensors would also be nice to have with the Ring system.

    I do like the new Ring system but it does have some things you need to be aware of that could be deal breakers for you.

    First, people have complained about the larger size of the door sensors and magnets. I didn’t really think this was a problem until I tried to install them on my windows. The size of the sensor itself isn’t really the issue. Its the size of the magnet. IF YOU HAVE DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS, LISTEN UP!!! If you aren’t sure what a double hung window is, it is a window in which both the top and bottom panes can be opened. You can slide the top pane down or the bottom pane up independently of each other. Why is this a problem? If you do not modify the magnets for the sensors, you will need to buy two sensors for each window that you have. With my last security system, the sensor was mounted to the bottom pane and the magnet was mounted to glass on the top pane. This was done so that if either pane was moved, the sensor would trip. With the Ring window sensors, the magnet is too big to place on the glass so that the bottom panel can be moved. If you try to open the bottom panel, the window will hit the magnet and knock it off, causing it to sit on the panel in front of the sensor and not trip it. Not all windows are made the same, so this may not be the case for you, but it is worth considering. The only way I have found to get around this is to order two sensors per window or to remove the magnet from the casing and attach it to the glass. The second option doesn’t look aesthetically pleasing at all. If I figure out another way, I will update this review.

    Update: I used the magnets from my previous security system. If you’re truly concerned about your security, and you have double hung windows, you’ll need to either order two sensors per window or find a smaller magnet to use.

    The second issue I have for the system is that there is no quick exit feature. For the entire six years that I’ve had a security system, I have been used to being able to press a button that will give me one minute to quietly exit the house. This is important when I am leaving for work a few hours before my family wakes up for their day. The Ring system doesn’t have this feature at all. When the system is armed, it has to be disarmed (which it announces) and rearmed before exiting with a delay that can be set up with your phone (it will announce this as well and will make a sound while it counts down) or can be armed from your phone after you leave (again, it will announce this with the countdown sound). You either have to chose if you want the system to count down or not. Not counting down will immediately arm it and you will have to arm from your phone if you leave and arm it on the “Home” setting while others are still there. You can adjust the sound that is emitted from the panel so that it isn’t loud, but it will also make your door and window chimes use the same volume all of the time. If you have your system armed while you’re home, and the volume is down, you might not hear the system telling you that it needs to be disarmed if you forget and open a door. There is no in-between here. If you have to leave while others are still sleeping, this may be a problem for you.

    One major issue that I have is that I don’t believe there is a duress code for this system. A duress code will disarm the system but also secretly send a notification that there is a problem to the monitoring company, who will send the police. The Ring system has a way of doing this that would make it obvious to an intruder that you’re letting the police know there is a problem. The panel has two buttons with red dots on them. By pressing both buttons at the same time, the system will notify the Ring monitoring center that you need assistance. The problem is that the intruder will definitely see you do this instead of entering your code to disarm the panel. I can see where this may upset the intruder. I feel like Ring needs to step up and add a duress code feature so that you can be discreet about needing help.

    The last thing I have an issue with is that you must enter your passcode not only when you disarm the system but also when you want to arm it. I think that is a little excessive. I think that the passcode should required only for disarming.

    The positive things about the system are that it is inexpensive to purchase and monitor. I just don’t know yet if the pros outweigh the cons.

    I will update this review after using it for a month or so.

    Updated Review (1/5/19)
    I wanted to preface this updated review with the following information. I am updating this review because Ring’s customer service team reached out to me about my one star review. While they didn’t ask me to change my review, they did ask if there was anything they could do to make my experience better. Since I have had a few months with this system, I feel like it deserves an update.

    I am leaving my original review because I feel like it still applies, since nothing has really changed as far as those issues go.

    You can now arm and disarm the system with Alexa. This is very convenient because it allows you to say “Alexa, arm the system” and it will immediately do so without a passcode. Entering the passcode on the panel every time you want to arm the system is still there and still excessive, in my opinion. You can also say “Alexa, disarm the system”. Alexa will then ask you for your verbal passcode (you can set this up in the Alexa app on your phone or tablet) and she will then disarm the system for you. This is extremely convenient when you first enter your home with an arm full of groceries or whatever.

    To be able to walk in and disarm with your voice instead of having to put everything down and walk to the panel is the only reason my review is getting two stars instead of one. Aside from that, there haven’t really been any other changes to warrant a better review from me.

    The customer service rep told me that there is also Z-Wave Lock that has been implemented, but I don’t know what that is. I can’t find anything about it on the app. I was also told that they will be somehow integrating the Ring Stick Up Cam into the Ring Alarm system, but I am not sure how or when.

    I was informed by the customer service rep that a dome siren, glass break sensor, “smoke listener” and flood and freeze detector are also being released. I was told that they are reviewing the addition of the quick/silent exit feature and duress code. I was also told that they are planning to redesign the contact sensors to be slimmer, but they cannot tell me when that will be done. If and when those things are changed, my review will definitely go to a 4-5 star review.

    I really do like the system. I like the price point of the monitoring of the system, I just feel like there are a few very important things that hold it back.

    I guess the takeaway from my review should be this:
    Its a really good system for a great price, but it is kind of half baked. It all depends on what is important to you. I have no time frame of when the things they told me are being released. If they are going to be released in the next few months, I would say wait. If its a year down the road, I would say get the system but be prepared to possibly have to buy extra components if you want to update the system to be on par with some of the bigger companies’ systems. It’s really just a toss up for what you think is important to you.Read more7,923 people found this helpfulHelpfulCommentReport abusePaul5.0 out of 5 stars Better than I expected. Painless setup. Updated 01/16/19Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2018Style: Ring AlarmConfiguration: 5 Piece KitVerified PurchaseI bought this system to replace the ADT system I had for years. This system along with four Contact Sensors replaced what I had from ADT. The cost of the Ring system and year of monitoring was less than six months of monitoring from ADT. The system comes packaged nice a secure, which I am thankful for since the deliver person wasn’t gentle dropping the box on my porch. I had downloaded the app and registered before the system arrived, so that part was taken care of. The included instructions and phone app walk you through the setup. It was painless and completed in about 10 minutes. I set up everything on my dining room table to go through the registration process. Once done, I installed the components where the old hardware was. Ring includes everything you need to mount (double sided tape and/or screws) all the components. Registering for monitoring was very simple too. One thing I learned that I want to pass on. do not remove the little battery tabs until the app tells you to. If you do, just open the cover, pull the battery and reinstall the tab. Just pulling the battery and reinstalling it doesn’t reset the device.

    The app could use some tweaks to let you customize your notifications a little more and tweak the contact choices, but overall I’m satisfied.

    I was looking at the Nest system, but this is a better value, you get a separate keyboard so you can semi hide the main base station that has the cellular radio and battery backup. You also have the choice of hardwired or wireless 2.4 – 5 ghz network connections.

    I will update this review in six months.

    Update 01/16/2019

    I’ve had the ring system for six months now. I paid for the years subscription to their monitoring service. I’ve had one activation, by me, to test and see what the monitoring center does. I live in a city that does not respond to unverified burglar alarm activations. I was contacted within minutes of my alarm going off, which was about the same amount of time ADT took. Overall, I’m happy with this service, especially at this price point.

    The system itself has performed flawlessly. I’ve had a few internet outages and the system promptly moved to cell coverage. I have the keypad mounted in a utility room we normally enter when entering the house. It has run off of its internal battery and I charged it once since installing it. I have a total of five door senors and the motion, which all have performed as expected. I have added a Ring Pro doorbell and have connected it to activate if the alarm is tripped. Overall, the hardware has held up as expected and I am very pleased.

    The software/app has constantly been updated by Ring, adding tweaks to improve the performance of the system. It is so nice to just look at the app and see that everything is okay at home. I will, over time, be replacing my hardwired video surveillance system with Ring cameras.

    After having ADT for 17+ years and feeling their customer service and pricing became ridiculous, I am pleased with this Ring system. Even if Ring raises their monitoring fees, which I hope they don’t, I can still self monitor and feel secure in leaving my house knowing I will be notified if something happens.

    I will submit another review at the one year mark.Read more4,336 people found this helpfulHelpfulCommentReport abuseSee all reviews from the United States

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