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[Home Depot] Ring Alarm With extra sensors $189.99

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Newbie
Aug 28, 2014
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Picked up a kit today, excited to make it a quick long weekend project. Already have the pro doorbell and stick up camera- felt like the alarm was the next jump. Thanks!
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Jan 22, 2008
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Product not found. Looks like this was a one-day deal only.
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Jul 10, 2007
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Edmonton
readysetgo wrote: Picked up a kit today, excited to make it a quick long weekend project. Already have the pro doorbell and stick up camera- felt like the alarm was the next jump. Thanks!
Did you put the stick up cam indoors or outdoors?
Jr. Member
Jul 29, 2016
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Toronto
SizzleChest wrote: Product not found. Looks like this was a one-day deal only.
If still interested, BB has something similar.
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Jan 22, 2008
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lmx116 wrote: If still interested, BB has something similar.
I've actually already bought the one from BB, but haven't opened it was debating about returning it and getting the HD one instead. I guess the decision has been made for me.

Does anyone have the SKU to call a local store and see if they still have stock at the sale price?
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Mar 14, 2016
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Ontario
SizzleChest wrote: Product not found. Looks like this was a one-day deal only.
Back in stock on 6th and sale goes on till Wednesday midnight as per their support.
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Dec 16, 2010
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andersb wrote: It's a matter of policy, you don't control "your" device. They can push a firmware update at any time or change their ToS. Privacy laws always lag behind. You're uploading your footage on their cloud.

A smart person would buy a device that they control and only allow CCTV access over the internet via a VPN.
That is not true at all with Canadian legislation. Linking an American article doesn't necessarily affect Canadians.

There is no way law enforcement can access your ring surveillance without your direct approval.

Think about it though... and example someone gets stabbed outside your home. The time for law enforcement to reach out and request either surveillance would be way faster than an officer going door to door. The fact that you could provide valuable evidence to a crime would help a conviction and keep your neighbourhood safe.
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Sep 21, 2006
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Amherstview
SizzleChest wrote: I've actually already bought the one from BB, but haven't opened it was debating about returning it and getting the HD one instead. I guess the decision has been made for me.

Does anyone have the SKU to call a local store and see if they still have stock at the sale price?
Ring Alarm Kit - Home Depot Exclusive
Model # 4K11S7-0ENH|Store SKU # 1001168644
$189.00 / each
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Sep 15, 2013
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Markham
if you can find in store, it is still $189.
Newbie
Apr 2, 2007
77 posts
Picked one up in Pickering today for $189. They still have some stock.
Jr. Member
Jan 22, 2009
120 posts
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Deal is still valid. Just walk in to a store and see if they have stock. I just bought one at Richmond BC location. Ask staff about home security products. They are usually located at Electrical.

Store price tag showed 319.99, no sign or indication about item being on sale. However, it is $189 when scanned at cashier.
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Mar 4, 2014
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Toronto
Hope it comes back in stock. Hard to trust customer service saying it will be back in stock on the 6th.
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Oct 20, 2009
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Lol, not taking sides, but that's funny as fack, lol!
It's not all about saving a few dollars....its the Principle of it :)
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Oct 20, 2009
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Bought the Homedepot version. But now for $40more you get an extra sensor ($40), 2nd keypad ($65) and Extender ($35). So added value of $140, by spending $40.
Can the App act and do everything the Keypad can do? Or is a 2nd keypad handy. Maybe one for the bedroom if there is no app control.
It's not all about saving a few dollars....its the Principle of it :)
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Mar 4, 2014
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Toronto
AverageJoee wrote: Bought the Homedepot version. But now for $40more you get an extra sensor ($40), 2nd keypad ($65) and Extender ($35). So added value of $140, by spending $40.
Can the App act and do everything the Keypad can do? Or is a 2nd keypad handy. Maybe one for the bedroom if there is no app control.
Looks like best buy sale is over

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