Smart doorbells are a great addition to any home. As they can provide you with an increased sense of security using their features such as motion detection, and night vision, while also constantly sending alerts straight to your smart device of any occurring changes.
And they are efficient too! By using technology such as the two-way audio technology, and live view on-demand, allowing you to seamlessly interact with anyone who is outside your door.
Today we’ll be looking at both RemoBell S vs. RemoBell W, and what they can bring to your home. While they both are very similar to one another, there are some differences to keep in mind.
Such as advanced motion detection of RemoBell W, or the ability to set your own motion zones with RemoBell S.
So let’s get right to it, and take a look at both models below.
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Smart doorbells make your life easier and safer using their unique technology. You can do cool things like having a conversation with someone who is outside your door, via the two-way audio system, or even observe your package being delivered through the live feed cam.
Today we’ll be looking at the budget-friendly RemoBell S, and Ring Video Doorbell 2, both of which offer some great features. Such as RemoBell’s enhanced field of view coverage, and Ring’s flexible power options, there is something for everyone.
So let’s get right into it, and take a look at both models.
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Having a smart doorbell is like having your own personal doorman!
It allows you to communicate with anyone by using the two-way audio talk and see anyone via live-feed using your smart device, both day and night.
Today we’ll be looking at the budget-friendly option RemoBell S and slightly more expensive Ring Pro. Both options are hardwired, so if you’ll be renting/moving around, it’s better to check out the Ring Peephole Cam from the Ring series.
Both smart doorbells have their own unique features that they excel in, such as the wider coverage of field view for RemoBell S, and Ring Pro’s advanced motion-detecting technology.
So let’s get right into it and take a closer look at both RemoBell S vs. Ring Pro.
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