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eufy Security, Battery Video Doorbell Kit, Wire-Free Doorbell, Free Wireless Chime, Wi-Fi Connectivity, 1080p-Grade Resolution, No Monthly Fees, 120-day Battery, AI Detection, 2-Way Audio
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- See Them Arrive in Full HD: Get a crisp 1080p-grade view of anyone who approaches your front door.The advanced WDR and 4:3 aspect ratio ensures you get a color accurate, head to toe image every time.
- 120-Day Front Door Security:The wire-free video doorbell and Wi-Fi chime form a closed, low-power wireless connection allowing for 120 days of flawless front door coverage from a single charge*.
- No Subscription Required: Designed to protect your home as well as your wallet, eufy security products are one-time purchases that combine security with convenience.
- Slim, Sleek, and Easy to Set Up: Installation can be completed in minutes and without the hassle of complicated wiring. The slim design ensures it can fit seamlessly onto any doorframe.
- Your Data Securely Stored: Every moment captured is stored locally on the Wi-Fi doorbell chime inside your home via advanced encryption. (Requires micro-SD Card)
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Storage in Your Hands
All recordings are stored directly onto your Wi-Fi Chime’s SD card that is located inside your home. This means that even if someone were to forcibly remove the doorbell all your data will remain secure. *SD Card must be purchased separately.
Smart Human Detection
The on-device AI instantly analyses each event and accurately determines whether or not a human is present. This ensures only relevant alerts are sent and that you are notified in real-time.
A Clear View No Matter How Bright
WDR allows you to see visitors in sharp detail as they approach your door against any backlighting.
See From Head to Toe
The increased 4:3 Aspect Ratio ensures you get a full-body view of anyone who approaches.
Receive facial snapshot notifications so that you can quickly check who is at the door.
Respond in Real-Time
Speak directly to anyone who approaches your front door via two-way audio. Tell your friends to come round the back or that you have just run out to get some milk.
Draw an Activity Zone to customize the area in which motion is detected. Exclude busy pedestrian areas or roads to reduce the number of false alerts you receive.
“Hey Alexa, show me my front door”
Connect your Doorbell to Google Voice Assistant or Amazon Alexa and check in anytime on what's happening outside your home.
eufy Security 1080p-Grade Battery Video Doorbell
From eufy, the home security brand where privacy comes first.
• Comprehensive Safety Solutions for Your Home
• Created by the same team as Anker—renowned for exceptional quality and innovation
Protects You, Your Family, and Your Privacy
Every eufy Security product is engineered to ensure your security data is kept private. Have peace of mind that you will have a secure record of everything that happens around your home.
See Who’s There Before the Ring
Get instant alerts for anyone who approaches, even if they don’t press the doorbell. Interact with visitors by talking in real-time or via pre-set responses.
Accurate Human Detection
With AI technology and our sophisticated algorithm, the camera intelligently detects body shape and face pattern. This ensures you are only alerted when a human, and not a stray cat, is at the door.
“Alexa, show me my front door”
Connect your Doorbell to Alexa or the Google Assistant and check-in any time on what's happening outside your home.
Chat to Visitors in Real-Time
Speak directly to anyone who approaches your front door via two-way audio. Tell your friends to come round the back or that you have just run out to get some milk.
Interaction Made Easy
Record and set up to 3 instant responses. When you are notified of activity, simply select one of your pre-recorded responses for a simple way to interact and give instructions.
Video Doorbell 1080p (Battery-Powered), Screw Hole Positioning-Card, Mounting Bracket, 15° Wedge, Screw Pack, Doorbell Detaching Pin, Wi-Fi Doorbell Chime, Power Pin for the Wi-Fi Doorbell Chime, Quick Start Guide.
eufy Security Video Doorbell (Battery-Powered) works with traditional chimes (not compatible with digital chimes).
*Battery life will vary according to doorbell usage. The 120-day battery life is a lab-tested result for 30 events per day and 10 seconds per recording.
Wi-Fi only connects to 2.4GHz networks.
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So, I've been in contact with Eufy's CS team, and say what I will did about the device, they really stand behind their products. Since my earlier review they've sent me a motion sensor to help make up for the lack or AI enabled people detection functionality I can use to trigger Alexa routines. As I mentioned to their CS rep, while the PIR sensor helps me kind of do what it is that I want to do with the video doorbell (in a band-aid fix kind of way), it does not substitute the fidelity that inbuilt AI powered people detection would help avoid (ala false positive alarm triggers, like my porch's sun shade has triggered on a breezy night). Beyond that, I still really need/desire the ability to use this doorbell's promoted AI powered detection to trigger automations that use other manufacturer's devices I already own via hub devices (ie: Amazon's Echo and Google Home) and routines for this doorbell to fully meet my needs.
Also, as I explained to the CS, the reason I need the alarm to play at night TBW is to scare away potential burglars or thieves, unfortunately ATM the only thing it'll currently does is wake up my sleeping newborn (as they only play via the indoor mounted chime)... Again the inability to designate where alarms play (on the camera vs the chime) has made it impossible for me to enable this specific feature in MY home (motion sensor or not), as it's already gone off once on accident (when I stepped outside after it armed itself, and it woke up the house, understandably REALLY pissing off my wife in the process).
All in all, to be of real use to me, this video doorbell really needs to integrate the features I outlined above. After talking numerous times to their CS I hope future app updates integrate some of my requested features. Either way, as mentioned, say what I will about the product as it stands now, they stand behind it 100%, and worked really hard to make me happy. With that said I'm keeping it, and crossing my fingers their team takes my criticism to heart, and tries to fix the issues/add the features I've requested! And for that I'm raising my score from 2 to 3 stars, and pulling for you!
It's such a shame too, because I had REALLY HIGH HOPES for this video doorbell after performing tons of research and watching multiple reviews online before buying it. As a renter and budget minded home automation enthusiasts this device's: Google+Alexa integration, wireless basestation (with inbuilt microSD card slot), battery and locally powered AI detection features totally had me sold on it (as I HATE being forced to pay a monthly fee for storage and things like people detection). Alas, after a day and a half with it, I'm sad to report it does not live up to the hype IMHO. Let me explain below...
Some background as it relates to my automation setup at home, experience with the IOT smart home, and intended use for this doorbell:
I'm very budget minded, and do ALOT of research before adding any new equipment to my home automation setup. Until recently, I only used Google Assistant (ie: smart speakers, a smart screen and Chromecasts) and Wyze (ie: cameras, smart bulbs, plugs and sensors) devices in my home. After we had an incident in our neighborhood in early December I decided it was time to get a video doorbell, and started doing research on existing video doorbells.
Now, before I bought this device I decided to give Amazon and it's Echo line a try to see what they offered in the form home automation (something Google sadly lacks IMHO). So I bought a $10 Echo Flex just after the holidays from Amazon, plugged it into an outlet with the express intent of using it to only drive home automations between devices I already own from various manufacturers, and started making routines. I have to say, the short week owning my Echo Flex has been a revelatory, and has really opened up my eyes to how lacking Google and it's closed ecosystem is! Excited by the things I'm now able to accomplish with only a $10 Echo Flex (that plugs directly into a wall outlet) and the existing gear I already own (like making the Echo I just bought play a message/chime whenever a Wyze Contact Sensor is opened/closed) I started looking for an open video doorbell that integrates with both my Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa home setups, that also allows users to create routines...
After watching tons of videos and reading tons of online reviews I settled on this Eufy video doorbell. While it works mostly as advertised, it cannot trigger Alexa Routines using their much touted AI events (ie: people, animal or motion detection. ATM it only allows doorbell activations to trigger Alexa routines, WTF?!!...). For the record my $20 Wyze Cam 3 allows me to use people detection and motion events to trigger Alexa routines, while my $25 Wyze Cam Pan also allows me (without paying monthly fees through Wyze's IFTTT applet, BTW WTF doesn't Eufy have an IFTTT applet?!?) to trigger routines (like say a porch light turning on when triggered)... This is a servere oversight on Eufy's part, and totally unacceptable from a device that costs over 4X more than Wyze's own $30 video doorbell offering which I know can do the same (too bad it lacks a battery and is currently unavailable for purchase from Wyze's website as of writing this)...
Further making matters worse, their's no way to remotely trigger an audio alarm on the camera's speaker if motion is detected. I mean sure it'll play an alarm on the wireless chime/basestation, but what if I only want it to play on the camera to scare away potential burglars or trespassers, so it doesn't wake my newborn?... Again, totally unacceptable from a $140 device that touts it's inbuilt features and no need to pay a monthly fee like it's competitors (in this instance Wyze)...
All in all, if like me you need a video doorbell, are a renter and budget minded, but expect nice cross platform play with both Google and (more importantly) Alexa Routines then look elsewhere. At $140 Eufy really needs to up it's game and give users more. Lastly if Eufy is going to play the "open and nonsubscription card", then they really need to put in some effort into making it easier for consumers like me to use these features as advertised to make my home more secure using my existing home automation gear.
Anywho, this is all to say, if you're in a similar boat as me, then wait for the existing Wyze doorbell to come back into stock, buy it + pay for a years worth of service (at $20), and take the remaining $90 you would have spent on Eufy's doorbell to buy a bunch of other stuff that you may need for your smart home from companies that really do practice openness (like Wyze or Amazon); or better yet wait for Wyze's forthcoming and recently announced battery powered video doorbell! You can thank me later.
As for me? I'm going to keep this doorbell for another week or so to see if they update the software to address my concerns before returning it for the aforementioned Wyze video doorbell I hope to get in February when they're back in stock (that I'll power using a plug in power transformer from Amazon that I just found). 🤷
Anywho, in summary Eufy promised a lion, and delivered a house cat with this doorbell. Shame on you Eufy, you shouldn't advertise the features and functions you do if you're not going to fully support them in any meaningful or useful ways this late in the home automation and security game (at this point these spaces are very mature, highly competitive, and that's without getting into the fact that user's expectations have significantly changed and increased over the last 2 years from an interoprability perspective). Tisk tisk...
1. Very easy to set up
2. Crisp picture, even night vision is good
3. It detects only what you ask it too (unlike Ring). We set it to humans only. So, we don't get cars, bugs, birds, leaves, or anything else but humans. And they have to be within the set motion detection zones. With Ring, I set my devices on a lower sensitivity level. I still get everything that moves. I get alerts for "Person at your ______" only to turn on the event history to find a spider spelunking up my camera lens. But, the next step down in sensitivity is no motion at all.
4. This device seems to learn and improve quickly. When I first set it up, it seemed to not really know what to capture, so we'd miss parts or entire events. Example, the doorbell captured the Amazon delivery person walking away, but not approaching and leaving the package. That was day 1. By day 2, the device had course corrected. A week or so later when the grocery guy came, we got his walk up the driveway and knock.
1. 180-day battery life claim is deceptive. You will only get that with the device set in doorbell-only (no video capture or alerts). We were set on Optimal Surveillances, with motion capture set on level 3 and for humans only. Not one month in and only picking up 2 to 6 incidents a day (accept when my brother is mowing the grass every other week or so), and some days none, we're already at oy 25% battery remaining. Set to this not busy street, I expect only 30 days.
2. Occasionally still does not capture the critical points of an event (might capture the person when they are right up on the door, but not their approach) but (a) this can be helped by adjusting the capture time to longer (but you will eat battery) and (b) this is kind of common across all brands. Internet plays a big role.
It may still be too early to gush. But my initial assessment tells me that I wish this brand had existed before I invested in Ring between 2016 and 2019 (which I'd started investing in before Amazon bought them up, and Nest before Google bought them). I'm very tempted to tear out Ring, at least for my doorbell - which is wired, and outside cameras (keeping the alarm system in tact). Oh, well, I'll just make the investment for my mom's home. Sigh. . .
Now... The positives. It is HYPER SENSITIVE. I LIKE THAT. I have kids who trespass on my property and I have been able to tell them they can't do that according to the bylaws of the development. I had FedEx show up and I was able to tell the delivery driver to hold on a minute and run some cold water out because it was over 100 degrees outside. And I was able to see that a cat was running up on my porch at 2 am. (The night vision is excellent, even though I keep a porch light on.)
What sold me on this was two things. One the parent company of eufy, which is Anker. They have high quality items. The other selling point was that there is no additional fees to maintain it. There's no costly cloud storage fees, nothing. And because this house wasn't wired for a doorbell, it was imperative to have a wireless one. Now this can go with me if I move because I own it.
It's well worth looking into, easy to set up.... Just those small negatives that shouldn't stop anyone from buying this.