Ring Alarm 14-Piece Kit (2nd Gen) With Echo Dot For $199.99 After $130 Prime Day Discount And More!

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  • This bundle contains Ring Alarm 14-piece kit and Echo Dot.
  • A great fit for 2-4 bedroom homes, this kit includes one base station, two keypads, eight contact sensors, two motion detectors, and one range extender.
  • Put whole-home security at your fingertips with Ring Alarm, a do-it-yourself alarm system with optional 24/7 professional monitoring for $10/month.
  • Voted #1 for Customer Satisfaction with DIY Home Security Systems by JD Power, this award-winning system now includes a more intuitive keypad with emergency buttons and smaller contact sensors to seamlessly blend into your home.
  • Receive mobile notifications when your system is triggered, change your Alarm modes, and monitor all your Ring devices all through the Ring app.
  • Choose the Ring Alarm kit that fits your needs and add additional components and accessories at any time.
  • Easily setup your Ring Alarm by plugging in your base station, connecting to wifi via the Ring app, and placing your sensors in their ideal locations.
  • Arm and disarm your Ring Alarm security system with your voice and receive Smart Alerts with Alexa Guard when paired with select Alexa-enabled devices.
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Malky Gh

Both say 8pc in your description and one is actually 5pc.

chaim

major shabbos hassle with the sensors

Shabbos Yid

Yes! see comment below

Shabbos Yid

Has anyone figured out what to do about the contact sensors on Shabbos? I have been removing the battery from the sensors on all my doors every week, which is obviously not ideal.
If left with the battery in, there seems to be no way to totally deactivate the contact sensors from the app. You can disarm the alarm but the sensors will still register the door opening and closing and the sensor itself will briefly flash blue.

Y

Just take off the contact instead of removing the battery

Y

I turn off my sensors and remove the sensor contact and put it in a closed closet until after shabbat so the only contact left on the door is the magnet

Ask Your LOR

Ask your local Rabbi. I got a psak that sensors are not a problem even with a light

SF

yes thank you amazing Daniel!!!!! YAY!

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