If home security is a concern, and frankly it should be, then this big saving on a Ring Alarm security system should be setting off the right kind of alarm bells. Right now, you can save $100 off a 14 piece kit with a free Amazon Echo Dot thrown in to tie it all together.
That's a massive amount of kit, meaning the Ring Alarm system can extend to the furthest reaches of your home. The kit includes a base sensor, keypad, motion detectors, contact sensors for doors and windows, and a range extender so everything can stay in contact with the base sensor.
On top of this, you get a 3rd generation Amazon Echo Dot included. Any Alexa device can be used to arm, disarm and check the status of your Ring Alarm system, so the Echo Dot is a handy little inclusion. It'll prove useful for the rest of your smart home devices, too.
This is the first time this bundle of kit has ever been discounted by Amazon, so it's the cheapest it's ever been sold together.
If you have other Ring devices, like it's Video Doorbell or Stick-Up Cam, the Ring app can be used to monitor your cameras and your alarm system all in one place. You can opt for professional monitoring for $10 a month, and you get a 30 day free trial to start you off. It's an optional upgrade, though, so you can choose to just manage your own system.
We gave the Ring Alarm security system a 3.5/5 review when we first tested it, noting especially its already bargain price and simple setup procedure. We also highlighted the Alexa integration: "Alexa integration is good and combined, Ring Alarm and Alexa are a great basis for a fully-featured smart home."
It's not clear how long this deal will last, so if you're looking to bolster your home security, snap up this bundle before it's gone. Grab an Amazon Prime trial if you're not already a member for expedited delivery and more.
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