Hot Deal: Ring Spotlight Cam + Echo Dot For Just $169 [You Save $79.99]

Amazon is offering the Ring Spotlight Cam Wired and Echo Dot bundle for a low price of just $169. You save $79.99 in total with this deal, which is simply awesome.

For those who have previously been interested in owning the Ring Spotlight Cam, you will likely be aware that you could have expected to pay around the $169 mark for that hardware. It’s a price-point which carries throughout different markets, with the same product costing £169 in the United Kingdom, for example. However, in order to sweeten the deal, Amazon is using its Echo Dot hardware and is throwing one in as a free gift for those who purchase this package.

The Ring Spotlight Cam is a relatively new-ish offering and offers peace-of-mind to those who have an external area of their property that they want to keep lit up and under 1080p surveillance. And, of course, since it features Alexa support, therefore it will fit right in the Echo ecosystem without breaking a sweat.

The Ring Spotlight Cam Wired offers 1080p HD video with infrared night vision and Live View functionality. It uses a standard socket for non-stop power and has the ability to issue alerts directly to a connected device when motion or activity is detected. It comes with the ability to talk through the cam and even has a remote-activated siren if you spot someone at your property and you want to not only light them up with light but also with a blaring siren. There is also an optional Ring Protect Plus service which lets you save, review and share any videos captured by the Ring Spotlight Cam.

If this deal is right up your street and home security is extremely important to you, then grab it right now while you can get a gorgeous Echo Dot thrown in for free.

Buy: Ring Spotlight Cam with Echo Dot Wired from Amazon: $169 | Original price: $249

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