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[PC Canada.com] Nest Hello Door bell @ PC Canada for $256.

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Sauga

Nest Hello Door bell @ PC Canada for $256.

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PC Canada.com
PC canada.com has Nest Hello Door bell for $256. Bestbuy, Lowes, Source, Home depot & Canadian Tire has it for $299. PM to get it at a great price. A solid performing door bell with no issues in frigid cold temps in Canada, period ! Combine it with Nest Aware subscription for 5 days for $50 per year, You're good to go.
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Newbie
Feb 7, 2017
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Got one in April of last year, no regrets. Those who didn't get it thinking it would freeze up during winter, missed out on the deals previously as its performing flawlessly in low -20's. This weekend would be another opportunity to test how well this doorbell works. Those who need a new transformer during installation, I picked this up from Lowes and installation was a breeze.

https://www.lowes.ca/doorbell-chimes/ut ... 50573.html
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Jul 29, 2011
103 posts
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Calgary
If your nearest Rona has it in stock you can get it for $230. Add nest hello to Cart then add a $1 filler item that will bring the price down to $240. signup for rona's newsletter, you can use a temporary email address, you'll receive a $10 code. Also don't forget the 2% ebates.
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May 22, 2018
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I wish these come in a non-wired version. My condo doesn't do bells :(
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May 2, 2015
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Vancouver, BC
You can actually wire it to an ac adapter
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May 24, 2011
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BC
just for reference this was $229 during Black Friday
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Apr 18, 2017
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What kills the Google/Nest suite for me is the annual fees. Even Arlo has no-fee usability.
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User131439 wrote:
Jan 18th, 2019 6:29 pm
What kills the Google/Nest suite for me is the annual fees. Even Arlo has no-fee usability.
Agreed. I really dislike the subscription based model. So many companies are doing this now in order to get recurring revenue. When you're paying $300 retail for a doorbell I really shouldn't have to pay $5 a month in order to take advantage of all its features. The excuse that companies use is that cloud storage is expensive, as if it's something that only benefits me. If that was the case then put in local/micro-sd recording. But let's face it, they want your data on the cloud for data mining purposes, so please don't use that as an excuse to charge me more when it really benefits you more than me. :rolleyes:
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Vaudreuil-Dorion
I've had it all winter so far. No issues at all. Working flawlessly. Love it!
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Jun 2, 2017
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Markham
James Stonehenge wrote:
Jan 18th, 2019 6:48 pm
Do they have an angle kit like ring does?
Yes they do, I had it installed when I bought it last summer.
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Nov 6, 2016
552 posts
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Not sure about price but want to add that I own this and I wouldn't want to go back to a standard door bell. It also works in cold weather (has been down to -18) without issue.

One of the favorite features is Google mini announces who is at the door, and it learns faces/names over time.
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Jan 17, 2019
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I just signed up for RFD, I have been on the platform for a very long time just hadn't made an account so I can't PM. what is this great price you are talking about?

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