• Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
  • Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
  • Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell
Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell

Ring Chime, A Wi-Fi-Enabled Speaker for Your Ring Video Doorbell

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  • Plug Ring Chime into any standard power outlet, and get instant alerts anywhere in your home.
  • Plug and play: Plug it in, connect it to your Wi-Fi network and link it to your Ring devices. Its that easy.
  • Compatible with Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Pro and Stick Up Cam. Internet requirements is 4 Mbps for all 1080p ring devices or 2 Mbps for 720p ring devices
  • Volume control: Adjust the volume directly from the free Ring app. Connectivity : 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz only
  • Do not disturb mode: Disable alerts anytime so you can get some peace and quiet. Power-110-240 VAC

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Set Up Issues-Resolve with Firmware UpdateThis review is for the set up only. Ran the set up to the wireless network about 30 times and kept getting the message that would say, set up did not complete. I found this frustrating as the Ring 2 doorbell I just bought took about 3 minutes to get up and running using the Ring app. set up. The issue with this product is that the firmware may not be up to date. I was able to resolve with the following steps since I could not set it up until the firmware was updated (however, the device gave no indication that the issue was firmware and the Ring troubleshooting boards all focus on the fact that your internet is probably out or your router is broken).Follow these steps: You will need, a smartphone that can be turned into a hotspot. A second smart device; a tablet or another phone.1. Set up your mobile hotspot on your phone to use LTE.2. Connect your tablet or second smart phone to the hotspot so that it's connecting to the hotspot as a 'router.'3. Run the Ring application to set up the device on the tablet, when the application asks what network you want to join, select the hotspot network and enter the password you use to connect to your hotspot.4. The Chime should connect out to the internet and should automatically update the firmware in the Chime.5. Once the Chime has completed the firmware update, remove the Chime from the network in the Ring application, and disable your hotspot (otherwise you'll be hitting your mobile data later and may not realize it). Reconnect your mobile device to your everyday wifi router (2.4GHz channel).6. Run the set up application again from the device connected to your router.7. The Chime should now connect to your network and you can connect it to the doorbell in the application settings.This took me a few hours to figure out based on some troubleshooting message boards. Hope this helps as the set up process never indicated that the firmware had to be updated. Most wifi equipment will update the firmware during the set up. I almost packed it up and returned it. Connected now and working good.Goodluck! 2WARNING - does NOT work if you have a wireless printer or use Bluetooth on your phone!I bought a Ring Doorbell Pro and a Ring Chime, and I've spent 3 days trying to get the Ring chime to work & stay working. While talking to Ring support they told me to turn my phone's bluetooth off and disconnect any wireless printers when setting up the Chime. Doing that did allow me to get the Chime connected and working. However, as soon as I either plugged the printer back in or turned the bluetooth on my phone back on, the Ring Chime would disconnect, start flashing, and not work. This means that if someone presses my Ring Doorbell, there is NO CHIME.Annoying situation as I now have to get a new doorbell chime that I can hardwire to the doorbell. Until that happens, I have a note on my doorbell that says "broken, please knock." 1Beware of Ring and their lack of customer support!****UPDATE**** After being contacted by Ring I was told that they know about the issue and didn't have a solution at that time. This was not only a problem with the unit I have, but a problem with many other consumers of the Ring Pro. I was told they were working on this and after two months, I have not been contacted about the solution or even a quick note that they are still working on it. I emailed Kaitlyn R. back and requested an update and not much of a surprise, the email has gone unanswered.I had to purchase the Chime as my Ring will shut down and reboot most of the time someone pushes the button. This is a problem that Ring has acknowledged and admitted that is not an isolated issue, especially in warm/desert climates. Ring suggested I get this Chime and deactivate the mechanical bell as a possible solution. This didn't help and now I'm out $29.00 I was told that someone from their tech help desk would contact me and after three weeks, I have yet to hear anything. Also, this is the third unit (Ring Pro) that I have received as the devices keep failing and they don't know how to stop the problem. If I had it to do all over again, I would not purchase this product. Ring appears to be more interested in releasing new products even before they fix the bugs in the current ones. Last company that did this was Jawbone, today they are no longer. Just like Jawbone, Ring's customer support is lacking. 1Must accessory the ring doorbellThis is a must if you have the ring doorbell and want other parts of your house and you want to know when someone rings your doorbell. It's easy to setup and link to your ring doorbell. All the settings are done thru the ring app. 5Chime vs Chime Pro (Spoiler: audio quality on the Chime is terrible) I have had a Chime Pro for almost a year and have been very satisfied with it. I decided I'd like another unit for another floor, though I didn't need the wi-fi extender capability so naturally I bought the Chime. I was shocked by the poor audio quality. I figured I must have gotten a dud, so I had Amazon ship me a replacement (which came in one day, thanks Amazon!). Unfortunately, it behaves exactly the same way! So I'll be returning this one too. I shot a quick video so you can see it (and hear it!!!) for yourself. Am I super unlucky and got two duds, or is it really this bad?! 1Love these.Our house is large and open and our doorbell chime was never very loud. I've installed one of these in our master bedroom and one downstairs and now the door bells is well heard. I also love that you can adjust the chimes volume independently when you have multiples. They show up in the application as separate devices which you have given names to. You can also go in the application to "test the volume" from across town when you need to wake someone up! Bonus! 5Ring a ding ding- go buy the Ring!!!I recently purchased the Ring floodlight and the Ring Chime. They were a breeze to install and only took about 30 minutes to get them up and displaying 1080p video on my new Note 8 phone. The installation is very user friendly and if you already have an existing floodlight , it is really easy to swap out the lights. The chime unit is loud and all you have to do is plug it in and follow the simple online instructions to set the wifi and sound you want it to play...You can even log in to your Ring floodlights on Any computer... the only downfall i have found is you can't control the videos from your computer. You can only see what has already been activated and recorded so there is a slight delay.. but of course you can control the floodlight system from your smart phone...I LOVE this system and plan to get the Ring doorbell as soon as I save up the money... thanks Ring.... 5Works But Somewhat DisappointingJust installed the basic chime (no need for WiFi extender which is what the Chime Pro adds). Easy to set up! And it works!However, unless I got a funky unit, the quality comes up short. Now, I understand the thing was $30, I m not expecting miracles. I m keeping it and it will do the job.My issue is with the speaker. When I choose between the different chime options the sound is inconsistent. The Ring Alert 2 is super loud and SHRILL. Even when turned down the shrillness is still there. This is the same for many of the other chime options.And when the chime finishes playing you can hear the speaker turning off , in that there s a slight popping sound.I settled on Doorbot , which I like, but to hear it I have to turn it to maximum. It works and it sounds much more clear and no popping sound when it finishes playing. But why the difference in the chimes? It should have the same smooth sound with all chimes and have equal volume adjustment throughout.It s not a signal issue as I tested them back to back, through the app and pressing the doorbell itself. Exact same experience as listed above.A suggestion would be an option to custom create a chime. You d think this would be a given with an app based interface like this but it s not. Maybe they ll add that option in the future.So, it works as mentioned above. The issues wouldn t stop me from buying it. Maybe I have a funky unit. But it just seems the quality is lacking. 3Works, HoweverYes it works, however this unit should be included at time of purchase with the Ring. The Ring Video Doorbell by itself is deficient without the Ring Chime. It's vastly over priced and quite disappointed that when I installed my Ring Video Doorbell learned that it could not be heard in the home unless you had this device or had your smart phone with you at all times. This is impractical also the Ring Video Doorbell packaging is very misleading as it states and I quote " Connects to your existing Chime" That is patently false and very mis-leading. That is only true if you have a hard wired Chime. If you have an existing wireless chime, you are subsequently forced to buy The Ring Chime- Very very misleading - product works but be prepared to having to spend addition monies to get the full capabilities from the Ring Video Doorbell. (Please see image of box that speaks to the issue of the Door Chime compatibility 1UPDATE STOPPED WORKINGUPDATE: about 2 months ago I noticed that the doorbell chime was no longer working. I have followed every instruction I can find online to reconnect it, but it refuses to connect to the doorbell. Naturally their product support blames it on my Android phone and not being able to connect to the temporary chime internet, but I also tried it on an iPad and still could not get it to work . Of course there is no longer a phone number to contact anyone at Ring and they don't respond to their email. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! I almost didn't buy this chime because my previous wireless doorbell had about 50 ringtones I could change for the seasons. No where in anything that I could find did it tell me that you could change the ring tone on this chime! Wasn't til I broke down and bought it and installed the app that I found there were lots of cute ringtones.It's not very loud though, so be sure to plug it in where you'll likely hear it. Mine is in the hallway, and I can barely hear it 25 feet away in my family room (with no door separating the rooms). 1
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Set Up Issues-Resolve with Firmware UpdateThis review is for the set up only. Ran the set up to the wireless network about 30 times and kept getting the message that would say, set up did not complete. I found this frustrating as the Ring 2 doorbell I just bought took about 3 minutes to get up and running using the Ring app. set up. The issue with this product is that the firmware may not be up to date. I was able to resolve with the following steps since I could not set it up until the firmware was updated (however, the device gave no indication that the issue was firmware and the Ring troubleshooting boards all focus on the fact that your internet is probably out or your router is broken).Follow these steps: You will need, a smartphone that can be turned into a hotspot. A second smart device; a tablet or another phone.1. Set up your mobile hotspot on your phone to use LTE.2. Connect your tablet or second smart phone to the hotspot so that it's connecting to the hotspot as a 'router.'3. Run the Ring application to set up the device on the tablet, when the application asks what network you want to join, select the hotspot network and enter the password you use to connect to your hotspot.4. The Chime should connect out to the internet and should automatically update the firmware in the Chime.5. Once the Chime has completed the firmware update, remove the Chime from the network in the Ring application, and disable your hotspot (otherwise you'll be hitting your mobile data later and may not realize it). Reconnect your mobile device to your everyday wifi router (2.4GHz channel).6. Run the set up application again from the device connected to your router.7. The Chime should now connect to your network and you can connect it to the doorbell in the application settings.This took me a few hours to figure out based on some troubleshooting message boards. Hope this helps as the set up process never indicated that the firmware had to be updated. Most wifi equipment will update the firmware during the set up. I almost packed it up and returned it. Connected now and working good.Goodluck! 2WARNING - does NOT work if you have a wireless printer or use Bluetooth on your phone!I bought a Ring Doorbell Pro and a Ring Chime, and I've spent 3 days trying to get the Ring chime to work & stay working. While talking to Ring support they told me to turn my phone's bluetooth off and disconnect any wireless printers when setting up the Chime. Doing that did allow me to get the Chime connected and working. However, as soon as I either plugged the printer back in or turned the bluetooth on my phone back on, the Ring Chime would disconnect, start flashing, and not work. This means that if someone presses my Ring Doorbell, there is NO CHIME.Annoying situation as I now have to get a new doorbell chime that I can hardwire to the doorbell. Until that happens, I have a note on my doorbell that says "broken, please knock." 1Beware of Ring and their lack of customer support!****UPDATE**** After being contacted by Ring I was told that they know about the issue and didn't have a solution at that time. This was not only a problem with the unit I have, but a problem with many other consumers of the Ring Pro. I was told they were working on this and after two months, I have not been contacted about the solution or even a quick note that they are still working on it. I emailed Kaitlyn R. back and requested an update and not much of a surprise, the email has gone unanswered.I had to purchase the Chime as my Ring will shut down and reboot most of the time someone pushes the button. This is a problem that Ring has acknowledged and admitted that is not an isolated issue, especially in warm/desert climates. Ring suggested I get this Chime and deactivate the mechanical bell as a possible solution. This didn't help and now I'm out $29.00 I was told that someone from their tech help desk would contact me and after three weeks, I have yet to hear anything. Also, this is the third unit (Ring Pro) that I have received as the devices keep failing and they don't know how to stop the problem. If I had it to do all over again, I would not purchase this product. Ring appears to be more interested in releasing new products even before they fix the bugs in the current ones. Last company that did this was Jawbone, today they are no longer. Just like Jawbone, Ring's customer support is lacking. 1Must accessory the ring doorbellThis is a must if you have the ring doorbell and want other parts of your house and you want to know when someone rings your doorbell. It's easy to setup and link to your ring doorbell. All the settings are done thru the ring app. 5Chime vs Chime Pro (Spoiler: audio quality on the Chime is terrible) I have had a Chime Pro for almost a year and have been very satisfied with it. I decided I'd like another unit for another floor, though I didn't need the wi-fi extender capability so naturally I bought the Chime. I was shocked by the poor audio quality. I figured I must have gotten a dud, so I had Amazon ship me a replacement (which came in one day, thanks Amazon!). Unfortunately, it behaves exactly the same way! So I'll be returning this one too. I shot a quick video so you can see it (and hear it!!!) for yourself. Am I super unlucky and got two duds, or is it really this bad?! 1Love these.Our house is large and open and our doorbell chime was never very loud. I've installed one of these in our master bedroom and one downstairs and now the door bells is well heard. I also love that you can adjust the chimes volume independently when you have multiples. They show up in the application as separate devices which you have given names to. You can also go in the application to "test the volume" from across town when you need to wake someone up! Bonus! 5Ring a ding ding- go buy the Ring!!!I recently purchased the Ring floodlight and the Ring Chime. They were a breeze to install and only took about 30 minutes to get them up and displaying 1080p video on my new Note 8 phone. The installation is very user friendly and if you already have an existing floodlight , it is really easy to swap out the lights. The chime unit is loud and all you have to do is plug it in and follow the simple online instructions to set the wifi and sound you want it to play...You can even log in to your Ring floodlights on Any computer... the only downfall i have found is you can't control the videos from your computer. You can only see what has already been activated and recorded so there is a slight delay.. but of course you can control the floodlight system from your smart phone...I LOVE this system and plan to get the Ring doorbell as soon as I save up the money... thanks Ring.... 5Works But Somewhat DisappointingJust installed the basic chime (no need for WiFi extender which is what the Chime Pro adds). Easy to set up! And it works!However, unless I got a funky unit, the quality comes up short. Now, I understand the thing was $30, I m not expecting miracles. I m keeping it and it will do the job.My issue is with the speaker. When I choose between the different chime options the sound is inconsistent. The Ring Alert 2 is super loud and SHRILL. Even when turned down the shrillness is still there. This is the same for many of the other chime options.And when the chime finishes playing you can hear the speaker turning off , in that there s a slight popping sound.I settled on Doorbot , which I like, but to hear it I have to turn it to maximum. It works and it sounds much more clear and no popping sound when it finishes playing. But why the difference in the chimes? It should have the same smooth sound with all chimes and have equal volume adjustment throughout.It s not a signal issue as I tested them back to back, through the app and pressing the doorbell itself. Exact same experience as listed above.A suggestion would be an option to custom create a chime. You d think this would be a given with an app based interface like this but it s not. Maybe they ll add that option in the future.So, it works as mentioned above. The issues wouldn t stop me from buying it. Maybe I have a funky unit. But it just seems the quality is lacking. 3Works, HoweverYes it works, however this unit should be included at time of purchase with the Ring. The Ring Video Doorbell by itself is deficient without the Ring Chime. It's vastly over priced and quite disappointed that when I installed my Ring Video Doorbell learned that it could not be heard in the home unless you had this device or had your smart phone with you at all times. This is impractical also the Ring Video Doorbell packaging is very misleading as it states and I quote " Connects to your existing Chime" That is patently false and very mis-leading. That is only true if you have a hard wired Chime. If you have an existing wireless chime, you are subsequently forced to buy The Ring Chime- Very very misleading - product works but be prepared to having to spend addition monies to get the full capabilities from the Ring Video Doorbell. (Please see image of box that speaks to the issue of the Door Chime compatibility 1UPDATE STOPPED WORKINGUPDATE: about 2 months ago I noticed that the doorbell chime was no longer working. I have followed every instruction I can find online to reconnect it, but it refuses to connect to the doorbell. Naturally their product support blames it on my Android phone and not being able to connect to the temporary chime internet, but I also tried it on an iPad and still could not get it to work . Of course there is no longer a phone number to contact anyone at Ring and they don't respond to their email. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! I almost didn't buy this chime because my previous wireless doorbell had about 50 ringtones I could change for the seasons. No where in anything that I could find did it tell me that you could change the ring tone on this chime! Wasn't til I broke down and bought it and installed the app that I found there were lots of cute ringtones.It's not very loud though, so be sure to plug it in where you'll likely hear it. Mine is in the hallway, and I can barely hear it 25 feet away in my family room (with no door separating the rooms). 1
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