A Ring Doorbell Pro on the foreground, and a NAS ShareCenter in the background. Also with the infinity symbol and the text "24/7?!".

Do Ring Doorbells & Cameras Record Continuously (24/7)?

So you recently paid $229.99 for a Ring Doorbell 3 Plus and $99.99 for a Ring Stick Up Smart Camera, and you’ve finally installed them. Phew, now you can sit…

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A Ring Doorbell Pro in-front of a D-Link ShareCenter NAS, and an SD-card adapter and Ethernet cable on the sides.

Can You Record Ring Doorbell Footage Locally (No Cloud)?

The Ring Doorbell is a useful smart device: it replaces your existing doorbell, giving you the ability to speak to visitors when you’re out (which is handy when it’s a…

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YouTube thumbnail for the Ring Doorbell Pro Faceplate video

New Video – Ring Video Doorbell Pro: 4 Colored Faceplates

I just published a new YouTube video. It’s a quick 4 minute video covering the four different faceplates that come with the Ring Video Doorbell Pro: silver, cream, dark bronze…

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Ring doorbell wifi error on app

Ring Doorbells Can Be Jammed (& How You Can Prevent This)

Ring Doorbells are a great idea: just install them, then they will send any video to the cloud via simple WiFi. Right? Well, this is true – but it’s also…

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A marketing image of a black Google Nest Hello Video Doorbell (on a white background).

Nest Hello Doorbell: 18 Questions/Answers You Need To Know

The Nest Hello Video Doorbell was released in 2018, and whilst it’s sold decently well, Ring still rules the smart doorbell market. This means that whilst people have lots of…

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A Ring Doorbell 2 and Ring Doorbell Pro side-by-side, showing how the Pro is much smaller than the '2'.

Why I Chose The Ring Doorbell Pro For My House

I live in a new build development, and due to a few initial teething issues with the property developer, we all setup a Facebook group to keep each-other informed. A…

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A narrow door frame with a wall jetting out, which would block a lot of a Ring's video capture.

Ring Doorbell With Narrow Installation: Here’s What To Do

The Ring Doorbell is easy to install (according to the marketing): attach the mounting bracket, hook the doorbell over it, fit the security screws – and you’re done. Simple. Then…

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