Right now, over at Amazon, it’s possible to pick up a Ring Video Doorbell 3 and an Echo Show 5 with an excellent discount applied. For those that purchase now, a 47% discount is in place, taking the price down to just $139.99.

The first part of this bundle is the wonderful Ring Video Doorbell 3. The video doorbell offers 1080p HD clarity with enhanced features that let owners see, hear, and speak to anyone at their door directly from their phone, tablet, or PC. This version of the Ring Video Doorbell comes with improved motion detection, enhanced privacy zones, and audio privacy restrictions.

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 also comes with dual-band Wi-Fi, allowing it to connect to 2.4GHz or 5GHz networks. This is definitely an upgrade from earlier versions of the Ring Video Doorbell. The system can be connected directly to wiring or can be powered by the battery system.

In addition to the Ring Video Doorbell 3, this purchase also offers Amazon’s extremely popular Echo Show 5 smart speaker. The Ring account can be linked directly to Alexa for hands-free home monitoring, which means that owners will always know when someone is at the door. Owners will be able to see who’s at the door on the smart display or actually ask Alexa to view the live stream from the Ring Video Doorbell at any time.

The Echo Show 5 can be used to play music, listen to podcasts, control home automation hardware, and even get the latest sports scores and local weather. This is definitely a powerhouse combination.

Both of these products are owned by Amazon, which means that you get a seamless integration experience. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price but you will need to act quickly before the price rises. You’ll be saving a whopping $124.99 with this purchase.

Buy: Ring Video Doorbell 3 bundle with Echo Show 5 from Amazon: $139.99 | Original price: $264.98

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