Amazon Ring Doorbell that guards your home with HD camera gets huge £40 discount

AMAZON has slashed the price of its wildly popular Ring Doorbell.

The HD camera keeps an eye on your front door – and reveals any dodgy characters lurking outside.

It's an easy way to upgrade your home security, and it's now even cheaper.

Amazon has knocked £40 off the price of the Ring Doorbell 3.

That brings it down from £179 to £139 – a 22% discount.

  • Ring Doorbell 3 at Amazon for £139 – buy here

This model is an upgrade from the Doorbell 2, with improved motion detection and better internet.

It's got a 1080p Full HD camera that lets you see people at your door.

And you can also hear them – and even speak to them – through the doorbell.

You'll get instant notifications to your phone when the doorbell is pressed.

And the same happens when the built-in motion sensors are triggered.

You can even link it up to your Alexa speaker to receive notifications through an Echo too.

Installation is easy enough, with the Ring app doing most of the hard work – and bundled tools for physical mounting.

The Ring app lets you connect to and control all of your Ring Devices around the home.

And you can change settings, including the motion detection zone.

As part of the regular purchase, you get instant notifications, live view, two-way talk and motion detection.

You get a 30-day free trial of the Ring video service.

After that, you'll have to pay at least £2.50 a month for the video recording service.

It means you can review older footage at any time through the Ring app.

  • Ring Doorbell 3 at Amazon for £139 – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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