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what’s the best doorbell camera of 2020 what’s the best video doorbell from the nest hello to simply safe the you feed the Arlo the ring sky Bell and more I’m gonna compare them on my top pick might actually surprise you right now you guys are my top pick for tuning back in hi I’m the deal guy Matt granite welcome back if you’ve never seen me before I hunt down deals and today it’s a bit of a ding dong for deals as I also help you save money there’s many video doorbells on the market and I want to show you the ones that have some new features some of the updates and of course a way to help you navigate through a lot of what I would call misleading advertising tied to video doorbells a reminder if you want that full breakdown it is on Matt’s daily deals.

com right now I do use affiliate links so if you’re kind enough to use one of my links I will benefit monetarily and things like how to boost your Wi-Fi in what not to buy at Walmart and should you cancel your Amazon Prime membership all topics I handle on a regular basis so let’s learn with the best picture quality on any of the video doorbells while I compare all of these doorbells side-by-side I’m also gonna show you how the system looks set up at my home and what I can see on a regular basis from my door if there’s one smart home video doorbell camera that has hands-down the best picture and the best video quality I’m gonna go with the Vivint doorbell but I’m not going to include this in my roundup today because both the vivid doorbell and the runner-up for best picture right now are from simply safe and they both require membership plans and monthly fees to even use the equipment simply say if you can install on your own but you do need a monthly fee to make it work for you and then the vivid doorbell requires a professional installation so I’m gonna close these windows and these folks are gone from my breakdown as we say hello to nest so if you are unfamiliar with nest hello I’m going to select this doorbell to begin with because this is one of the most advanced video doorbells since it has facial recognition and on the more expensive side of the doorbells this might be worth your while so what do we get from here we get HD video night vision 24/7 streaming you’ve got a good field of view and this brings something new to the video doorbell spectrum which is called person alerts nest hello can tell the difference between a person and a thing it can also remember profiles for people thanks to facial recognition like most video doorbells when someone presses the doorbell you can talk to them you have a noise and echo cancellation that is present on this device as well as pre-recorded messages a while back I did an unboxing of a Z moto video doorbell it was one of the first in its price class to have pre-recorded messages and if you look back on my old video for that it was very excited because if someone hits the doorbell and you’re not near your smartphone or you can’t answer with one of your Alexa or Google enabled devices it’s really nice to have something that sounds like your home so this includes that feature it requires a wired doorbell a chime box and the right transformer so not all homes are compatible this is not the easiest installation based on its needs there’s also the price of two hundred and twenty nine u.

s. dollars or $2.99 if you are in Canada and that is very expensive for a video doorbell so I’m going to knock that right out as I compare my favorite doorbells I’m looking for something that’s capable something it doesn’t have a lot of monthly fees attached to it and something that you can’t afford that provides great features the features on here are second to none with that facial recognition but you do require a nest aware subscription on top of that just to enjoy the video doorbell so if we take a look at some other video doorbells that do not have a lot of monthly fees attached to them and I continue to narrow down the ones I like and don’t love the UV security wireless video doorbells a battery-powered camera and I like this because it has local video storage so if you don’t want to pay a monthly monitoring fee don’t up any apps it is still expensive at $199 but it is a very nice-looking video doorbell I’m still not going to put this in my top pick just yet because while this does have human detection and it does have some features I have not been blown away by the responsiveness of this doorbell I know that sounds really weird but in some of the tests that I do doorbells timeout when the Wi-Fi isn’t working or sometimes despite it being wired it doesn’t trigger the chime box I haven’t had a ton of success with this doorbell that doesn’t mean everybody has that issue but I’m just going through what I have experienced and I’m also going to knock out the Arlo video doorbell the Arlo video doorbell does not support the if’ triple-t option it does not have Google assistant and it’s smart notifications require a subscription that aggravates me because I like the built-in siren I like the night vision on here the picture quality is actually quite good but just to get the motion alert you need to pay a subscription fee and I’m tired of paying subscription fees it’s one thing to pay a subscription fee for cloud storage I get that but just to have your doorbell deliver an alert to your smartphone to let you know that someone’s there the fact that that requires a fee that aggravates me so I’m going to also say goodbye to our Loen now as we go down to my top picks I’ve got three that compete in the top three spots and I’m going to show you how they work as well as do a full unboxing of sky belt so the sky Bell has different models available it has a slimline video doorbell version which is $149 and the prices obviously will differ depending on when you’re watching this and then you’re going to find the alarm.

com branded versions of the doorbell the sky bell would be perhaps my number two or number one pick if you want to hook this up to a home monitoring system simply safe was very good for that too but the sky Bell is one of the most responsive cameras I’ve seen and I love the video quality on it compared to the ring it barely ever times out I’m almost always able to pull a video feed I’m going to show you right now what this looks like now the static you’re hearing there’s actually construction on the house beside ours so that’s what’s coming through here but if I needed to talk to someone through the doorbell someone is delivering I use the microphone to say hello hello and my voice is heard outside I can then hear the person through the audio if I determine that the person needs entry to the house I’m just a lower the volume for you guys for a second very easy to do all I have to do is enter the unlock button then in a moment you’re going to see that this front door unlocks front doors unlocked I can see you the person is and let them in this is the vertical display there’s great night vision on this as well let me show you some night vision this is the night vision on the camera you can see it’s making in a wonderful definition what’s going on in the neighborhood more importantly this is not a very well lit front I don’t have any additional lights on other than that street lamp a little further back this is a phenomenal way to see what’s going on with your property you can set up push notifications so you know exactly when your doorbell has detected motion you can even have the doorbell text your phone if it noticed something at a time of the day that you specify or you could just keep it enabled for all different types of environments you have the live video which is a feed oh and we can see someone’s walking by right now look at this I can even zoom this is all from the doorbell and this person is not near my property that’s the sidewalk and I can see what’s going on amazing but more importantly if I want to look back at older clips they’re saved from the doorbell onto my smartphone so let’s go to a clip right here let’s go back to 9:00 10:00 in the morning car drove by detected movement I actually had my car sideswipe not too long ago and I didn’t have a doorbell camera someone caused $8,000 and damage with the hit-and-run now I have the ability to see that but more importantly I can download the clip or if I wanted to share it to another device or perhaps you something you want to report to the police or authorities you have the ability to share the doorbell clip from your phone to an email a text message my Amazon Drive however it is I want to share the content I am fully in control of what’s going on on my property Here I am doorbell hit the doorbell I would automatically get a push notification but this is how loud the audio is listen to this now you’re gonna hear the truck that just drove by our street came through perfectly but you can also speak to the person so this is what the person outside your door would hear hello this is the deal guy Matt granite why are you on my property no obviously I’d be much more intimidating but that works beautifully and again you can see everything going on right now from a doorbell we had right up there I don’t know if you can see a more traditional surveillance camera where it just wasn’t capturing that well what was going on so I don’t use that anymore this has become the primary camera I’m such a fan of everything that I can do from the doorbell in terms of home automation it goes on top of an existing doorbell very easy to wire plug and play operation really installation took a couple of minutes and you do have a sensor on here it also flashes when it detects movement so you can easily see from the street that there is surveillance in place on the property that on its own is a great deterrent this is the control model panel for my skybell and if you use the ring security system or simply say if it’ll look similar to what you see right now I’m going to favor the sky Bell over the ring briefly because it doesn’t have that barrel distortion I’ve just found the picture quality a little bit better and I like that it works with the alarm comm app the ring and ring video security systems require a subscription to their own plan alarm comm works with different providers but just to show you some of the automation that I have set up when the doorbell is pressed at night the lights go on that’s a time frame from 7:00 p.

m. to 7:30 a.m. you guys want to rob my house and giving you full instructions on when I am actually not home and what you need to know I’m kidding but obviously when someone presses the doorbell button it automatically starts recording I found that the sky bail is highly customizable and if you don’t want it so sensitive in that it’s not picking up every passing car in front of my house I can adjust the sensitivity as well as the LED doorbell quality from my alarm calm home automation system provider I have all of my cloud storage included I think it’s up to about a thousand clips per month but if you are looking to get more bang for your buck and you don’t want to use as many gigs of storage your quality – lower than a typical HD assuming that you’re not trying to make out the license plates of cars passing by 480 or 720 will give you a perfectly good picture of everything going on and it doesn’t take up as much space in the cloud as a video clip with higher resolution that being said is the sky bell my be-all and end-all is that the doorbell that I think you should go with if you want to integrate a video doorbell with a pre-existing alarm system I would highly recommend simply safe if you’re someone that has a long calm in your community they’re great as well but my runner-up is actually going to be the ring video doorbell system and I like the ring video doorbell system is because they cater to all different types of people there is a battery powered model there’s the second generation of that for 99 dollars as well where you get HD and it is wired there’s the ring video doorbell 3 which is new with advanced and improved motion detection it actually does a lot better through enhanced Wi-Fi it works on pretty much any home there’s the video doorbell 3 plus it’s pre-roll technology shows you events and recordings almost before they happen as strange as that sounds and with the hardwired and then the elite option at $349 which i think is total overkill you’re going to find something for everyone even on the people cam even if you don’t have a doorbell space you could use the peephole camera in a condo an apartment or a townhome and then the video doorbell with chime is great because even if you don’t have a chime box and you want to be heard from somewhere in your home you have that capability they even have video doorbells with a solar charger for the new series of doorbells at 248 so you’ve got a lot of versatility with ring before I show you what I think is the best bang for your buck overall and my favorite pick the rainy protect plans where you’re recording video from your devices are also very affordable you pay three dollars per month for all of that cloud storage and it’s per device so if you have a ring video doorbell camera and then another ring floodlights somewhere in your home and another outdoor camera it’s $3.

00 per device or ten dollars unlimited you kind of need to scroll down to even see that on the Amazon page or wherever you’re buying it from but it’s $3.00 per month per device or $10 per month per household which would include all of your devices these work with Alexa and Google home and they are Bendis effective doorbells there is a new model of the ring video doorbell coming up with a release date of June 3rd it is going to be worth your while in terms of design and specs from what I’m told I haven’t gotten my hands on it yet or done an unboxing but I am going to throw that in but why am I not flagging that as the best overall bang for your buck well there is one other doorbell that checks a lot of boxes it’s inexpensive and it’s probably something you haven’t heard of and that’s hopefully some of your payoff for watching you’re gonna learn about a new product this is the remote plus Wi-Fi video doorbell why do I like this video doorbell well it has many of the features that are not even available at doorbells of a significantly higher cost it is an Alexa enabled doorbell and it does give you that 24/7 protection but on top of that the doorbell gives you cloud storage for free for three days if you want to upgrade there are paid plans available but three days of cloud storage included with this doorbell means for 98 dollars at the time I’m recording this right out of the box you get a doorbell that will record everything that happens in your neighborhood with two-way talk and night vision all day long for a 72 hour period and generally for package theft things getting stolen people on your property or trespassing you can have an I of recordings for three days check those recordings even if you’re on vacation and then let that cloud storage reset for another three days and it is a really nice design it’s a bit of a cheesy video but I like that there’s some friends playing tricks on each other because why not sell a doorbell like that so well their marketing department might have some interesting thoughts on this doorbell let’s go through the features very quickly you get three days of rolling cloud storage paid plans are available for three dollars a month or 30 bucks for the year there are no monthly fees if you want that three days of rolling cloud storage that’s amazing or $30 a year for the paid plan if you do decide you want that continuous recording beyond three days you get to a talk you get HD video get a 180 degree field of view I will tell you guys as I said before the ring video doorbell is have a little bit of distortion my test of these that has not been the case they were at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas and I had a chance to play around the night vision on here is strong just as good as the sky bail the motion alerts do not require a plan so just to remind you guys for Arlo you do need to pay to get their motion alerts for the remote Plus you don’t this is also weather resistant and you can access this from multiple devices so if up to five people want to access the doorbell fee from an iPad and iPhone and Android device and Alexa device you can use this this also works with Google assistant and unlike the Arlo doorbell which doesn’t support I F triple T this does a lotta bang for your buck and even on a price comparison right now all of these other larger cumbersome doorbells which are ten dollars less do not check the boxes that this one does and if you look at some of the more expensive doorbells like the 135 you fee even the ring video doorbell you’re not going to get that free cloud storage and the obliteration of monthly fees to use some of the basic features this also allows you to select areas and perimeters on your smart devices so you can know if someone intrudes upon a specific area or perimeter in your property it’s great it’s affordable and it might not be the perfect choice for you I’m just flagging the doorbells that I’ve used and tested and the ones that I’ve liked and you see what works in my home but that doesn’t mean that any of these were right for you if you have another brand that you want to recommend or if you feedback on any of the doorbells that you’re using I would love to hear about that I do all sorts of outdoor and indoor surveillance tests that have included blank and nest products and Netgear net view even some of the Arlo cameras like the one you see behind me have all done very well in my tests for different things but my needs are specific as someone that receives an inordinate number of packages at my home on a regular basis with a two-year-old daughter and a house that with how its situated is a highly visible home on my block and I want to make sure that my house is protected adequately so let me know what you think drop me a line leave me a comment if you like what you saw please feel free to subscribe turn your notifications on and don’t forget to check me out on Matt’s daily deals.

com where all of my other deals blogs and coupons are alive and waiting for you thanks for watching stay safe stay healthy I love you bye – What’s the best doorbell camera of 2020. What’s the best video doorbell from the Nest Hello to SimpliSafe, the Eufy, the Arlo, the Ring, SkyBell and more.

I’m gonna compare them and my top pick might actually surprise you. Right now you guys are my top pick for tuning back in. Hi, I’m “The Deal Guy,” Matt Granite. Welcome back, if you’ve never seen me before I hunt down deals, and today it’s a bit of a ding-dong for deals.

As I also help you save money. There’s many video doorbells on the market, and I wanna show you the ones that have some new features, some of the updates, and of course, a way to help you navigate through a lot of what I would call misleading advertising, tied to video doorbells.

A reminder, if you want that full breakdown, it is on MATTSDAILYDEALS.com right now. I do use affiliate links, so if you’re kind enough to use one of my links, It will benefit you monetarily and things like how to boost your WiFi and what not to buy at Walmart.

And should you cancel your Amazon prime membership, all topics I handle on a regular basis. So let’s start with the best picture quality on any of the video doorbells. While I compare all of these doorbells side-by-side I’m also gonna show you how the system looks like set up at my home and what I can see on a regular basis from my door.

If there’s one smart home video doorbell camera that has hands down the best picture and the best video quality I’m gonna go with the Vivint doorbell, but I’m not gonna include this in my roundup today because both the Vivint doorbell and the runner up for best picture right now are from SimpliSafe.

And they both require membership plans and monthly fees to even use the equipment. SimpliSafe, you can install on your own, but you do need a monthly fee to make it work for you. And then the Vivint doorbell requires a professional installation.

So I am gonna close these windows. And these folks are gone from my breakdown, as we say hello to Nest. So if you’re unfamiliar with Nest Hello, I’m going to select this doorbell to begin with, because this is one of the most advanced video doorbells, since it has facial recognition and on the more expensive side of the doorbells, this might be worth your while.

So what do we get from here? We get HD video night vision, 24/7 streaming. You’ve got a good field of view, and this brings something new to the video doorbell spectrum, which is called person alerts.

Nest Hello can tell the difference between a person and a thing. It can also remember profiles for people, thanks to facial recognition. Like most video doorbells, when someone presses the doorbell, you can talk to them.

You have a noise and echo cancellation that is present on this device, as well as prerecorded messages. A while back, I did an unboxing of a Zmodo video doorbell, and it was one of the first in its price class to have pre-recorded messages.

And if you look back on my old video for that, I was very excited because if someone hits the doorbell and you’re not near your smartphone, or you can’t answer with one of your Alexa or Google enabled devices, it’s really nice to have something that sounds like your home.

So this includes that feature. It requires a wired doorbell, a chime box and the right transformer. So not all homes are compatible. This is not the easiest installation based on its needs. There’s also the price of 229 US dollars or 299, if you are in Canada.

And that is very expensive for a video doorbell. So I’m gonna knock that right out, as I compare my favorite doorbells, I’m looking for something that’s capable, something that doesn’t have a lot of monthly fees attached to it.

And something that you can afford that provides great features. The features on here are second to none with that facial recognition, but you do require a Nest Aware subscription on top of that, just to enjoy the video doorbell.

So if we take a look at some other video doorbells that do not have a lot of monthly fees attached to them, and I continue to narrow down the ones I like and don’t love. The Eufy Security Wireless video doorbells, a battery-powered camera.

And I like this because it has local video storage. So if you don’t wanna pay a monthly monitoring fee don’t wanna pay any apps, it is still expensive at $199, but it is a very nice looking video doorbell.

I’m still not going to put this in my top pick just yet, because while this does have human detection and it does have some features, I have not been blown away by the responsiveness of this doorbell.

I know that sounds really weird, but in some of the tests that I do, doorbells timeout, when the WiFi isn’t working, or sometimes despite it being wired, it doesn’t trigger the chime box. I haven’t had a ton of success with this doorbell.

That doesn’t mean everybody has that issue, but I’m just going through what I have experienced. And I’m also going to knock out the Arlo video doorbell. The Arlo video doorbell does not support the IFTTT option.

It does not have Google assistant and it’s smart notifications require a subscription. That aggravates me because I like the built-in siren. I like the night vision on here. The picture quality is actually quite good, but just to get the motion alert, you need to pay a subscription fee and I’m tired of paying subscription fees.

It’s one thing to pay a subscription fee for cloud storage. I get that, but just to have your doorbell deliver an alert to your smartphone, to let you know that someone’s there. The fact that that requires a fee that aggravates me.

So I’m going to also say goodbye to Arlo. And now as we go down to my top picks, I’ve got three that compete in the top three spots. And I’m gonna show you how they work as well as do a full unboxing of SkyBell.

So the SkyBell has different models available. It has a slim line video doorbell version, which is $149. And the prices obviously will differ depending on when you’re watching this. And then you’re going to find the alarm.

com branded versions of the doorbell. This SkyBell would be perhaps my number two or number one pick. If you wanna hook this up to a home monitoring system. SimpliSafe is very good for that too. But the SkyBell is one of the most responsive cameras I’ve seen.

And I love the video quality on it. Compared to the Ring that barely ever times out. I’m almost always able to pull a video feed. I’m gonna show you right now what this looks like. Now, the sound of your hearing, there’s actually construction on the house beside us, so that’s, what’s coming through here.

But if I needed it to talk to someone through the doorbell, someone is delivering. I use the microphone and say, “Hello, hello.” And my voice is heard outside. I can then hear the person through the audio.

If I determined that the person needs entry to the house, I’m just gonna lower the volume for you guys for a second. Very easy to do. All I have to do is enter the unlock button. Then in a moment, you’re going to see that this front door unlocks.

(door unlocking) Front door is unlocked. I can see who the person is and let them in. This is the vertical display. There’s great night vision on this as well. Let me show you some night vision. This is the night vision on the camera, and you could see it’s making in wonderful definition of what’s going on in the neighborhood.

More importantly, this is not a very well lit front. I don’t have any additional lights on other than that street lamp a little further back. This is a phenomenal way to see what’s going on with your property.

You can set up push notifications. So you know exactly when your doorbell has detected motion. You can even have the doorbell, text your phone, if it noticed something at a time of the day that you specify, or you could just keep it enabled for all different types of environments.

You have the live video, which is a feed. Oh, and we can see someone’s walking by right now. Look at this. I can even zoom. This is all from the doorbell and this person is not near my property. That’s the sidewalk.

And I can see what’s going on. Amazing, but more importantly, if I wanna look back at older clips, they’re saved from the doorbell onto my smartphone. So let’s go to a clip right here. Let’s go back to 9.

10 in the morning. Car drove by, detective movement. I actually had my car sideswiped not too long ago, and I didn’t have a doorbell camera. Someone caused $8,000 in damage with the hidden run. Now I have the ability to see that, but more importantly, I can download the clip or if I wanted to share it to another device, or perhaps it’s something you wanna report to the police or authorities, you have the ability to share the doorbell clip from your phone to an email or a text message, my Amazon drive.

However it is. I wanna share the content. I am fully in control of what’s going on, on my property. Here I am, doorbell. Hit the doorbell, I would automatically get a push notification, but this is how loud the audio is.

Listen to this. – [Recorded Voice] How loud the audio is. Listen to this. (truck moving) – Now you’re gonna hear the truck – [Recorded Voice] Now you’re gonna hear. – that just drove by our street came through perfectly, but you can also speak to the person.

So this is what the person outside your door would hear. “Hello,” – [Recorded Voice] Hello – “This is the deal guy, Matt Granite.” Why are you on my property? Now obviously it’d be much more intimidating, but that works beautifully.

And again, you can see everything going on right now from a doorbell. We have right up there, I don’t know if you can see. A more traditional surveillance camera where it just wasn’t capturing that well, what was going on.

So I don’t use that anymore. This has become the primary camera. I’m such a fan of everything that I can do from the doorbell in terms of home automation. It goes on top of an existing doorbell, very easy to wire, plug and play operation.

Really installation took a couple of minutes and you do have a sensor on here. It also flashes when it detects movement. So you can easily see from the street that there is surveillance in place on the property.

That on its own, is a great deterrent. This is the control model panels for my SkyBell. And if you use the Ring Security System or SimpliSafe, it’ll look similar to what you see right now. I’m going to favor the SkyBell over the Ring briefly because it doesn’t have that barrel distortion.

I’ve just found the picture quality a little bit better. And I liked that it works with the alarm.com app. The ring in Ring Video Security Systems require a subscription to their own plan. Alarm.com works with different providers.

But just to show you some of the automation that I have set up when the doorbell is pressed at night, the lights go on. That’s a timeframe from 7:00 PM to 7:30 AM. You guys wanna rob my house? I’m giving you full instructions on when I’m actually not home and what you need to know.

I’m kidding, but obviously, when someone presses the doorbell button, it automatically starts recording. I have found that the SkyBell is highly customizable, and if you don’t want it so sensitive, in that it’s not picking up every passing car in front of my house, I can adjust the sensitivity as well as the LED doorbell quality.

For my alarm.com home automation system provider, I have all of my cloud storage included. I think it’s up to about a thousand clips per month, but if you are looking to get more bang for your buck and you don’t wanna use as many gigs of storage, set your quality to lower than the typical HD, assuming that you’re not trying to make out the license plates of cars passing by 480 or 720, it’ll give you a perfectly good picture of everything going on.

And it doesn’t take up as much space in the cloud as a video clip with higher resolution. With that being said, is the SkyBell my be all and end all as that, the doorbell that I think you should go with? If you wanna integrate a video doorbell with a pre-existing alarm system, I would highly recommend SimpliSafe.

If you’re someone that has alarm.com in your community, they’re great as well. But my runner up is actually going to be the Ring video doorbell system. And I like the Ring video doorbell system is because they cater to all different types of people.

There is a battery-powered model. There’s the second generation of that for $99 as well, where you get HD and it is wired. There’s the Ring video doorbell three, which is new with advanced and improved motion detection.

It actually does a lot better through enhanced WiFi. Works on pretty much any home. There’s the video doorbell three plus. It’s pre-world technology, it shows you events and recordings almost before they happen.

As strange as that sounds and with the hard wired, and then the elite option at $349, which I think is total overkill. You’re going to find something for everyone, even on the Peephole Cam, even if you don’t have a doorbell space, you could use the Peephole camera in a condo, an apartment, or a townhome.

And then the video doorbell with chime is great because even if you don’t have a chime box and you wanna be heard from somewhere in your home, you have that capability. They even have video doorbells with a solar charger for the new series of doorbells at 248.

So you’ve got a lot of versatility with Ring. Before I show you what I think is the best bang for your buck overall and my favorite pick, the Ring protect plans, where you recording video from your devices are also very affordable.

You pay $3 per month for all of that cloud storage and it’s per device. So if you have a Ring video doorbell camera, and then another Ring floodlight, somewhere in your home, and then another outdoor camera, it’s $3 per device or $10 unlimited.

You kind of need to scroll down to even see that on the Amazon page or wherever you’re buying it from. But it’s $3 per month per device, or $10 per month per household, which should include all your devices.

These work with Alexa and Google home, and they are tremendous effective doorbells. There is a new model of the ring video doorbell coming up with a release date of June 3rd. It is going to be worth your while in terms of design and specs, from what I’m told.

I haven’t gotten my hands on it yet or done an unboxing. But I am going to throw that in, but why am I not flagging that as the best overall bang for your buck? Well, there is one other doorbell that checks a lot of boxes.

It’s inexpensive, and it’s probably something you haven’t heard of. And that’s hopefully some of your payoff for watching. You’re gonna learn about a new product. This is the Remo plus WiFi video doorbell.

Why do I like this video doorbell? Well, it has many of the features that are not even available at doorbells that have a significantly higher cost. It is an Alexa enabled doorbell. And it does give you that 24/7 protection.

But on top of that, the doorbell gives you cloud storage for free for three days. If you wanna upgrade, there are paid plans available, but three days of cloud storage included with this doorbell means, for $98, at the time I’m recording this right out of the box, you get a doorbell that will record everything that happens in your neighborhood with two-way talk and night vision all day long, for a 72 hour period and generally for package theft, things getting stolen, people on your property or trespassing.

You’re gonna have an eye of recordings for three days. Check those recordings, even if you’re on vacation and then let that cloud storage reset for another three days. And it is a really nice design.

It’s a bit of a cheesy video, but I like that (chuckling) there’s some friends playing tricks on each other because why not sell a doorbell like that. So while their marketing department might have some interesting thoughts on this doorbell, let’s go through the features very quickly.

You get three days of rolling cloud storage, paid plans are available for $3 a month or 30 bucks for the year. There are no monthly fees, if you want that three days of rolling cloud storage. That’s amazing, or $30 a year for the paid plan.

If you do decide you want that continuous recording beyond three days. You get two-way talk, you get HD video, get a 180 degree field of view. I will tell you guys, as I said before, the Ring video doorbells have a little bit of barrel distortion.

My test of these, that has not been the case. They were at the consumer electronics show in Vegas. And I had a chance to play around. The night vision on here is strong, just as good as the SkyBell. The motion alerts do not require a plan.

So just to remind you guys, for Arlo, you do need to pay to get their motion alerts. For the Remo Plus you don’t, this is also weather resistant and you can access this from multiple devices. So if up to five people wanna access the doorbell feed from an iPad, an iPhone, an Android device an Alexa device, you can use this.

This also works with Google assistant and unlike the Arlo doorbell, which doesn’t support IFTTT, this does. A lot of bang for your buck and even on a price comparison right now, all of these other larger cumbersome doorbells, which are $10 less do not check the boxes that this one does.

And if you look at some of the more expensive doorbells, like the 135 Eufy, even the Ring video doorbell, you’re not going to get that free cloud storage and the obliteration of monthly fees to use some of the basic features.

This also allows you to select areas and perimeters on your smart devices. So you can know if someone intrudes upon a specific area or perimeter on your property. It’s great, it’s affordable, and it might not be the perfect choice for you.

I’m just flagging the doorbells that I’ve used and tested and the ones that I’ve liked. And you’ve seen what works in my home. But that doesn’t mean that any of these are right for you.

If you have another brand that you wanna recommend, or if you’ve feedback on any of the doorbells that you’re using, I would love to hear about that. I do all sorts of outdoor and indoor surveillance tests that have included Blink and Nest products and Net gear, Net view, even some of the Arlo cameras, like the one you see behind me have all done very well in my test for different things.

But my needs are specific as someone that receives an inordinate number of packages at my home on a regular basis, with a two year old daughter and a house that, with how it’s situated is a highly visible home on my block.

And I wanna make sure that my house is protected adequately. So let me know what you think. Drop me a line, leave me a comment. If you like what you saw, please feel free to subscribe, turn your notifications on.

And don’t forget to check me out on MATTSDAILYDEALS.com where all of my other deals, blogs and coupons are alive and waiting for you. Thanks for watching. Stay safe, stay healthy. I love you, bye.

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GazingSure

We are the company which is committed to designing and providing security products with higher quality and more practicality for our customers.

We’ve built out our own hardware & software development teams and established an extremely strict quality inspection process.

GazingSure team is always here for you to ensure the safety, you won’t miss any moments.

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Package List

1 * Video Doorbell Camera

2 * 18650 Battery

1 * Indoor Chime

1 * 32GB TF Card

1 * SD Card Reader

1 * USB Cable

1 * Pack of Screws

1 * Screwdriver

1 * User Guide

GazingSure Doorbell Camera

1080P FHD

Rechargeable

PIR Motion Detection

Two-Way Audio

Night Vision

166°Angle

IP65 Waterproof

Easier to Install

Easy Set Up

Remote View

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Respond in Real-Time

GazingSure video doorbell has a real-time two-way voice intercom function with its built-in high dB microphone & speaker, which supports speaking directly to anyone who approaches your front door. The added anti-noise technology ensures a clearer and smoother audio quality.

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166° Wider Angle Viewing

GazingSure wireless doorbell has a built-in 166° wide-angle lens so that you can get a clearer and wider view whenever you won’t be limited by a small view. It’s capturing not only your front door but your driveway also, it’s reliable to capture the full event. The lens delivers an ideal viewing range with bright vivid images.

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24/7 Security Monitoring

GazingSure video doorbell delivers 1920*1080P high definition images, no matter in heat, rain, wind, or shine, you can always capture clearer details. Gazing what you concern, GazingSure protects you 24/7.

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Excellent Night Vision

GazingSure doorbell camera has built-in 166° wide angle lens, so that you can get clearer and wider view whenever, you won’t be limited by a small view. It’s capturing not only your front door but your driveway also, it’s reliable to capture the full event. The lens delivers an ideal viewing range with bright vivid images.

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Upgraded Chip

GazingSure video doorbell uses the best chip for stability and clarity of image and video, combined with advanced HDR and distortion correction, refuses any exposed image, ensures video is recorded in high quality.

Enhanced WiFi Signal

GazingSure engineers did many experiments to test different cameras from different companies. The key to solving weak reception is higher signal strength and less network noise. GazingSure wireless doorbell enhanced its WiFi module to receive a wider-range WiFi signal, which has much farther transmission distance. GazingSure wireless doorbell is the answer to your surveillance needs.

Encrypted Cloud & SD Card Storage

The Smart Life APP encrypts all video footage within the cloud or local storage. GazingSure video doorbell comes with a 32GB SD card and an SD card reader, it can support up to 128GB micro SD (NOT included, class 10, FAT 32 format) and is encrypted and protected content rendering it unreadable using outside resources. We also provide a free 30-day trial of our cloud subscription storage services to you.

Additional Indoor Chime

GazingSure indoor chime has 52 kinds of ringtones and 4 levels of volume adjustment can choose. When the visitor presses the doorbell, the indoor chime will light, a clear ringtone can be heard at home, it will remind you when your phone is not by your side which makes your life more convenient.

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🌀 [Sharp & Quick Video] GazingSure video doorbell uses the best chip for stability and clarity of image and video. We also upgraded the operating system of the APP to ensure its fluency and excellent vision.
🏡 [Smart Home Automation] Connect GazingSure doorbell to Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa and check anytime on what’s happening outside your home. Just give a simple voice command to control your home device and enjoy the new voice that’s safe to bring into your home.
➰ [100% WIRELESS & CORDLESS] GazingSure video doorbell has built-in 6800mAh 18650 rechargeable battery, you are not worried about annoying wires. Plug wireless chime at home which reminds you of the visitors when your phone is not by your side. (ONLY works with stable 2.4GHz network, NOT 5GHz network. You can use AC power to support the doorbell work without the batteries too.)
🏃 [Smart Human Detection] GazingSure security doorbell has built-in upgraded PIR sensor which detects mammals of about 37°C/98.6°F accurately and sends alerts to your phone timely. GazingSure doorbell will protect you everyday.
👐 [User-friendly & Straight Forward] Download ‘Smart Life’ APP, finish WiFi connection within 1 minute, setup is extremely easy. GazingSure security products are one-time purchases that combine security with convenience. You can build a professional surveillance system from the APP which will bring you different amazing experiences from others.

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