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الثلاثاء، 16 يوليو 2019

The Ring doorbell is already one of Amazon Prime Day’s hottest deals

The Ring doorbell is already one of Amazon Prime Day

’s hottest deals

This Amazon Prime Day has a certain Ring to it. The Ring Video Doorbell, which was once a “Shark Tank” reject, has already emerged as one of the hottest buys during Amazon’s AMZN, +0.50% annual summer sale, which has been extended to two days from July 15 through 16. Amazon

tends to save the best deals for its own smart devices for its July blowout, and the Ring is no exception. The battery-operated Wi-Fi enabled smart home security system connects with Alexa-enabled devices like the Echo Show and Echo Dot so that users can see, hear and speak to anyone that comes to their door. It can also send

alerts to residents via their phones, tablets and PCs any time motion is detected at the door, or when the doorbell is pressed. It’s on sale for its lowest price ever according to both Tech Radar and Amazon price tracker CamelCamelCamel at $69.99, or $30 off its usual $99.99 price tag. Related: This is the No. 1 thing to buy on Amazon Prime Day An even better deal throws in an

Amazon Echo Dot with the Ring Video Doorbell for the same price ($69.99), which would normally be $149.98 together. As a result, searches for the Ring Video Doorbell spiked on Google on Monday morning, and it was among Amazon’s best sellers in both its electronics and Amazon devices categories. And the even more souped-up Ring Video Doorbell Pro, which comes with four faceplates, a better camera, and is hard-wired into an existing doorbell system so that the user doesn’t have to worry about changing batteries, is on sale for $169, or $80 less

than its original price. And you can also get a free Echo Dot thrown in with another Prime Day bundle special. Related: 8 best tech deals on Amazon Prime Day, according to tech experts The Ring — or DoorBot,

as it was originally known — was actually pitched by creator Jamie Siminoff on the Disney-owned ABC’s “Shark Tank” in 2013, when it was already making $1 million in sales. But Softkey founder Kevin O’Leary was the only one of the “sharks” (aka entrepreneurs/judges who offered to invest in the pitched products on the show) who was interested, but he wanted a bigger bite of the profits

than Siminoff was comfortable with. But Amazon came knocking in 2018, and bought the company for $1 billion.

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