With all the versions of SkyBell doorbells out there — 2.0, HD, Trim Plus, Slim, Trim Pro, Max, and the list goes on — finding out which one is best for your home can be nearly impossible. So in this article, we’ll look specifically at the SkyBell HD vs. SkyBell Trim Plus, though we will touch upon other SkyBell doorbells to give you a more well-rounded idea of SkyBell doorbells.
Skybell offers smart doorbells that add increased security and convenience to your home. One of the main benefits of these devices is access to on-demand video footage that adds peace of mind and confidence when it comes time to answer the door.
A smart doorbell like the Skybell HD or Ring Pro is the perfect combination of utility and security. Plus, they can add extra confidence and convenience to your entryway. Let’s look at what these two have in common before we talk about the differences.
Both the Ring Pro and Ring Elite offer a ton of features, things like: motion detection, notifications, and ease-of-access to video via phone, tablet, or PC — just to name a few. Plus, Ring puts a lot of value on the security of their devices added to your home, and will replace any model if stolen. This ensures that purchasing a Ring device will add security and convenience for years to come.
But with different models come different features. We’re going to take a look at both the similarities and differences between the Ring Pro vs. Ring Elite below.
Being able to keep an eye on your front door and communicate with visitors when you’re indisposed is a great combination of safety and utility. Ring’s mission with its doorbells is simple: to reduce crime and put the power of home security in your hands.
With both the Ring 2 and Ring Pro, you can monitor your home from anywhere with a convenient app for your smartphone, tablet, or PC. You receive instant alerts when activity is detected, and are never caught unaware when someone approaches your door.
Whether you choose the Ring Chime or Chime Pro — it’s a must to have if you’re getting the Ring Video Doorbell. This simple, yet useful accessory makes sure you know when you have guests at your front door. The installation process is fast and simple: just plug in the Ring Chime into a standard outlet and connect it wirelessly to your Ring Video Doorbell. Choose from multiple alert tones, adjust volume control or set it to Do Not Disturb mode — and it’s all done from your phone.
Ring Chime vs. Chime Pro — Differences
So, what’s the difference between the Ring Chime vs. Chime Pro? The only difference between them is that Chime Pro also works as a Wi-Fi extender. Not only does Chime Pro extend your Wi-Fi signal, but it also amplifies your Ring alerts. So, if your doorbell is far from your router, or you think you’ll have problems with the WiFi connection to your Ring doorbell, make sure to get the Ring Chime Pro to boost Ring’s Network Signal.
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- Ring Chime
- Ring Chime Pro
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