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Certified Refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro, with HD Video, Motion Activated Alerts, Easy Installation (existing doorbell wiring required)

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  • A Certified Refurbished Video Doorbell Pro is refurbished, tested, and certified to look and work like new and comes with the same limited warranty as a new device.
  • 1080p HD video doorbell that lets you see, hear and speak to people from your phone, tablet, or select Echo device. Includes privacy features, such as customizable privacy zones and audio privacy, to focus only on what's relevant to you.
  • Get notifications whenever motion is detected by customizing your motion zones.
  • With Live View, you can check in on your home any time through the Ring app.
  • Easily setup your Ring Video Doorbell Pro by connecting to wifi via the Ring app and mounting in your desired location.
  • Connects to existing doorbell wiring for constant power. Requires a transformer (not included): 16-24VAC, 40VA max, 50/60Hz. No halogen or garden lighting transformers; no DC transformer/power supply.
  • With a Ring Protect Plan (subscription sold separately), record all your videos, review what you missed for up to 60 days, and share videos and photos.
  • Connect your Ring doorbell with Alexa to hear announcements on your compatible Echo device when your doorbell is pressed and see a live view of your camera if you have an Echo device with a screen. Talk to visitors by saying “Alexa, talk to the front door.”
Non-stop power, non-stop security
Home security in your hands

Answer the door from anywhere and watch over your home in 1080HD video with Ring Video Doorbell Pro. You’ll get mobile alerts when anyone comes to your door, so you can see, hear and speak to visitors from your phone, tablet and PC.

Home security in your hands
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
Advanced motion detection

Advanced motion detection
Customize your motion zones to focus on the most important areas of your yard.

Non-stop power

Non-stop power
Easily connects to existing doorbell wiring so you’ll never have to charge a battery.

Interchangeable faceplates

Interchangeable faceplates
Choose one of four complimentary faceplates to match your security to your home.

Ring Protect Plan
Ring Protect Plan

Get even more out of all your Ring doorbells and cameras with Ring Protect, a comprehensive service that lets you review what you missed. See, save, and share videos and photos when you activate video recording and photo capture for $3/month per device or $10/month per household.

Security and privacy controls in a convenient dashboard

With Control Center, you can add and remove authorized client devices, shared users, and select linked accounts–all from one place on your phone, tablet, or PC. Learn more about security and privacy.

Ring Protect Plan
Works with Alexa
Works with Alexa

Link your Ring account to Alexa for hands-free home monitoring so you'll always know when someone's there. Hear announcements on your Echo devices when your doorbell is pressed, and automatically see a live view of your camera on Echo devices with a screen. Talk to visitors through compatible Echo devices, like Echo Dot or Echo Show, by simply saying “Alexa, talk to the front door.”

Technical Details

Ring Video Doorbell Pro

Average Install Time

15 minutes


1080p HD, Live View, Night Vision

Field of view

160° horizontal, 90° vertical

Motion Detection

Advanced Motion Detection


Two-way audio with noise cancellation


Hardwired to existing doorbell systems (16-24 VAC, 30 VA) or powered by Ring Plug-In Adapter.

Internet requirements

Requires a minimum upload speed of 1Mbps, but 2 Mbps is recommended for optimal performance.

Setup Requirements

Standard doorbell system with 16-24 VAC doorbell transformer (at 30 volt-amps). Doorbell wiring at install location.


802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz or 5.0GHz

Operating conditions

-5°F to 120°F (-20.5°C to 48.5°C), Weather Resistant

Available colors

Satin Nickel, Pearl, Venetian, Black (all colors included)


4.50 in x 1.85 in x 0.8 in (11.43 cm x 4.67 cm x 2.03 cm)

Box includes

Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Satin Nickel, Pearl, Venetian, and Black Faceplates, Retrofit Plate (for upgrade from Ring Video Doorbell), Installation Tools and Screws, USB Charging Cable, User Manual, Security Sticker

Warranty and service

1-year limited warranty and service included. Use of Video Doorbell is subject to the terms found here.


Click here to view more information on the Video Doorbell support page.

Ring Protect Plan

By purchasing, you authorize us to charge your default card or another card on file when you attach the subscription to a device. Learn more about subscription features and additional terms and conditions.

Customer Questions & Answers

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Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works great and great piece of mind with a couple of caveats before you buy
By Drew Lankford on September 11, 2019
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It's great assuming your doorbell transformer meets Ring's voltage recommendations, your wifi signal strength is adequate, you properly configure motion detection settings/alerts and your internet connection speed is decent. Video quality is adequate but not great. It's good enough to see what is happening at your door.


We have a couple security cameras already but they are wired to an NVR recording box and the notifications are so slow or don't even send that I can't really rely on it for real-time notifications.

For a while I've resisted the notion of paying for surveillance when I can just get a cam with built in SD storage and a nice app like the Wyze cams (which I have inside and love) but having motion and video alerts and footage that can't be stolen or storage get corrupted and a well made phone app is worth $3 a month. I also like that if I decide to add more Ring cameras I can add as many as I want with the 10 dollar plan. Take notes here Nest.

As for the doorbell itself, install was straight forward. I did have to upgrade my transformer for this. I installed the Endurance pro 24v unit. It was only a few bucks more than the 14v devices which apparently are the bare minimum Ring recommend. I figured that the extra voltage gives me some headroom to add a smart thermostat if I decide to do that in the future and after discovering how much of a pain it was to access my doorbell transformer in the attic, I'm glad I only had to do this once. Make sure you locate yours before deciding on this model doorbell or the Ring 2 which would have been at least an hour or two shaved off the install time.

Once I setup the motion detection zone, basically all false positive alerts are gone. I have the motion detection setting in the middle of the 5 settings. Lowering it doesn't detect the postman at the mailbox despite it being in the motion zone.

Notification on my phone is instantaneous. I tested while walking up to the door and it had notified me and I had pulled up the app before I even got to the door both when connected to my home wifi and when on LTE. The remote chime installed without any issues as well.

Speaking of home wifi, this seems to be a big sticking point for some owners. I used an android phone app to measure signal strength at my door and it was around -60db (the closer to 0, the stronger the signal). As a network engineer who has implemented numerous small business and commercial wifi installations, for reliable video streaming, I would say if your signal strength at the door is -65 or closer to zero, you're good. If it's higher than -65 like -70 or -75~80, I would strongly recommend investing in upgrading your home wifi with a decent mesh setup like google's wifi, Orbi or EERO mesh. This will allow you to have a wifi access point closer to your door offering a much stronger signal for the doorbell to connect to. Wifi range extenders are hit or miss. They're less expensive than upgrading to a mesh setup but those have to piggyback off your existing wireless instead of just being a part of it and is generally more trouble than it's worth for the average user to setup.

The final piece of this working well is your internet speed both upload and download. If you are in a rural area with less than a 10 Mbps connection down and less than 2 Mbps upload, you will probably not have the best experience as this thing is both having to upload/stream video data to Ring's servers and your phone is having to stream/download it from their servers. Ring's video is not that high of bitrate (quality) but still needs to stream that data to their servers before you can even download/see it.

If your ISP is metered, you need to be aware that the doorbell is constantly sending video footage. Mine has uploaded 600 megabytes of data in 4 days. At that rate, it will transfer about 4.5 gigs of data in a month. If your data is capped, be sure that you have the headroom to allow the doorbell to stream video footage. FYI it needs to stream this because if something is triggered, that portion of the stream is probably flagged as something you should see and it snips the motion detection part of the stream and sends it back to you. This is why you see your activity video and at first nothing happens and then you see whatever it is that triggered the motion alert. It was recording before it actually saw something move.

The only real gripe I have is that sometimes when you open the app to view an event that just got recorded, the app will say that it's processing and not available to play yet.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everything went well with the install.
By R. MOHAMMAD on November 17, 2019
The refurbished unit came in a sealed box, in mint condition. Everything needed for installation is included in the original box. My old doorbell already had a 16V transformer right inside the junction box behind the chime. I installed the Pro Power kit V2 and then replaced the old bell button with Ring doorbell pro. Ring app installed quickly. Very happy with the purchase.
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