As the story goes; back in 2011 James Siminoff came up with an idea to reinvent the doorbell. After getting his wife's blessing he assembled a team and came up with the Doorbot. Eventually he thought the name was too techie and changed it to the Ring Video Doorbell. So with a highly successful product Ring
has ventured out in additional ways to keep neighborhoods safe. One such product they came up with is the Ring Stick Up Cam, and in this review we are going to take a look at what this camera has to offer.
The Ring Stick Up Cam is roughly the same size and shape as the original Ring Video Doorbell and the feature set is very similar. Packed in the black housing is a 720p camera, a built in battery, night vision capability, motion detection, 2-way audio, and a one year warranty but a lifetime theft replacement policy. Below are some additional details and specifications on the device taken from the official product page
on the Ring website...
Features and Specifications:
» Rechargeable 5200mAh battery that provides 6-12 months of regular use.
» Live viewing allows you to check-in anytime with streaming video on demand.
» Audio: 2 -way audio with noise cancellation
» Warranty: 1 yr on parts, lifetime purchase protection.
» Dimensions: 4.98" x 2.43" x 1.45"
» Video: HD (720p)
» Operating temperature: -5F to 120F
» Field of view: 80 degrees
» Night vision: (6) Infrared LEDs
» PIR motion sensor
» Encryption: Bank grade
» 30 day trial of cloud recording included.
» Everything you need is included:
» Ring Stick Up Cam
» Security Mount
» Quick Release Mount
» Screwdriver Handle
» Screwdriver Bit
» Drill Bit
» Micro USB Charging Cable
» Installation Screws & Anchors
» Quick Setup Guide