A slate of Ring smart home devices are now on sale for Black Friday early as part of Amazon's Black Friday Deals Week, including the all-new Ring Peephole Cam. This product debuted just last month at a regular price of $199 and is now on sale for $149 for the first time in history.

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Ring Peephole Cam

The Peephole Cam is perfect for those who can't install a traditional doorbell, say in an apartment building, but want all of the smarts of a regular Ring doorbell like HD video, 2-way talk, alerts, and more. It's never gone this low before.

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Ring's Peephole Cam is the perfect Ring device for those who can't install a traditional doorbell but still want all the functionality that comes with having a Ring Video Doorbell at home. This device upgrades your door's current peephole with a 1080p HD doorbell that lets you see, hear, and speak to visitors by using an app on your smartphone or tablet. You can even set it up to send you alerts when someone knocks on the door, presses the doorbell button, or sets off the integrated motion sensors. Best of all, it's easy to install and comes with all the tools you need to get the job done in less than five minutes. No drilling or wiring is required.

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Your Ring device can even be connected with Amazon Alexa so you can talk with visitors at the front door and receive alerts using a compatbile device such as the Echo Dot. You never have to worry about the Peephole Cam being stolen either, as all of Ring's devices come with theft protection which ensures that Ring will replace it for free if a thief does manage to snatch it from your door.

Another Ring device deal worth considering today brings this Ring Video Doorbell 2 and Echo Show 5 bundle down to just $139. That's $10 less than the deal on the Peephole Cam today and you'll also receive the brilliant Echo Show 5 which not only lets you hear and speak with visitors at your door but see them, too! It also lets you stream movies and TV shows from Netflix and Prime Video, ask Alexa anything, hear about the latest news and weather reports, and so much more.

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