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Save $75.00 And Secure Your Home The Smart Way With The Award-Winning Ring Video Doorbell

Mason Thibault Contributor

We shouldn’t have to worry about home security, but sometimes we just can’t help it. While you can invest in a costly security system if you want, statistically speaking there still remains great danger of home robbery, invasion, and other crimes, just by answering the door. It’s for that reason that you should heavily consider getting the Amazon Ring video doorbell.

It replaces your current doorbell and using Amazon video technology to show you who may be at the door, not just through the doorhole, but remotely through a Alexa connected device. That means that as a parent you can monitor the door if your teens are staying home alone, or even pay attention to what door to door salesman are doing if nobody is home.

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

Get the Certified Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Alexa for just $149.00 

While this Pro Doorbell system is normally $224.00, it is currently on sale on Amazon for just $149.00, saving you $75.00. If that wasn’t enough of a reason to check it out, you can also remotely speak to visitors from your phone, laptop, or tablet, meaning you can remotely authorize deliveries or tell solicitors not to come back, from the comfort of your couch or workplace.

See, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet or PC (Photo via Amazon)

See, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet or PC (Photo via Amazon)

Save $75.00 on the Certified Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro with free Prime One-Day Shipping

With free returns, a lifetime theft protection policy, and infrared night vision, this Video Doorbell Pro offers one of the safest investments on the market, both in terms of your wallet and your personal safety. Check it out today! 

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

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