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|Type:||Smart Security Camera|
|# of Cameras:||1|
|Included Software:||Mac, Windows, iPhone, Android|
|Dimensions (WxDxH):||2.36" x 2.36" x 3.82"|
The Ring Stick Up Cam Battery is a versatile battery-powered wireless indoor/outdoor security camera that records motion-triggered video and stores it in the cloud.
Completely wire-free., Sharp 1080p video., Works with Alexa voice commands and IFTTT., Motion detection., No hub required., Built-in siren., Easy to install.
Expensive., Recorded video requires cloud subscription.
Ring got its start with a doorbell that integrated a video camera, motion alerts, and two-way audio. The Ring Video Doorbell was a means for users to monitor and interact with who was at their door, from anywhere in the world.
Portable, Designed for indoor or outdoor use, Long battery life
The app can be slow to connect to the camera
“Need a home security camera? Stick Ring’s Stick-Up Cam Battery literally anywhere for added peace of mind.”
This camera can work indoors or outdoors, possible advantages of the ‘battery’ version over the ‘wired’ version is that you do not need to drill a hole through an external wall; another is that if placed on a shelf it is quickly relocatable.
While it has some shortcomings, the versatility, video quality and accompanying app mean that the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery ends up in plenty of credit by the end.
Can be fitted just about anywhere, Good quality video, day or night, Easy to configure motion settings
Occasional problems connecting, Casing feels chunky and a little cheap, Cloud storage requires a subscription
DIY home security is becoming a pretty crowded market with Ring being one of the market leaders. There are a few variables to whether or not this particular camera is going to suit your needs: If the answers are coming up as yes, or favourable to the Ring ecosystem then this is an option you should...
I only use it to look at cats
Having installed quite a few Ring devices around the house (including the Floodlight Cam and the Spotlight Cam outside), I was interested in seeing what the new Ring Stick Up Cam offered.
The Ring Stick Up Cam Battery is a great security camera. It has a good quality video camera that is easy to operate and two way voice — tell that dog to get off the couch! The battery life looks to be at least a couple of months by the time you tweak the settings but I would suggest you buy a...
Great cameras for the price. Easy setup and solid interface. The only thing they should mention on the description is they sell solar panels separately that make the power supply issue easy to solve. So no need to have a power supply close, just hook up a solar panel.
we've had the camera up for about 2 weeks now and although I love the videos we get, it's not worth the money to have to charge the battery every 2 weeks. didn't even get a notification that the battery was low until I went to look at clips and noticed that nothing was recorded today and it was...
Replaced old Alicdae cameras and it's like flying in a 747 vs and old prop plane. Interface is fantastic and battery life quite good, especially with limited movement in the areas we normally monitor ( jury still out on high traffic areas, would probably consider wired camera in that area but...
Battery life (initially), interface, detail, field of vision
None yet, battery life tbd
I had been wanting a Ring for quite some time because my driveway is hidden from view while inside my house. The installation was very easy, and the camera is clear. My concern, and it’s kind of a big concern, is that you have to be practically in front of the camera to get a notification that there...
I'm very satisfied with these cameras. I'm comfortable leaving my home and being able to see live video of my home from any where is phenomenal.
Great camera to add to my doorbell camera and spotlight cam! I had a blind spot on the side of my house so I bought this to fix that problem. Plus side is that they all link together and this is wireless. You can buy extra batteries or buy the solar panel option to make life easier!
Works okay with the subscription. Pretty useless with out it, live view doesn't work 90 % of the time with out the subscription. I have a ring flood, paid for subscription and that works fine and bought this to cover the back yard just for live view if the the flood went off and maybe they made it...
I have a couple of them in my house , the quality la awesome .
I like the idea of these and the rechargeable batteries. However , I have a huge issue with these. anytime the cams lose wifi connection, they fail to reconnect on their own. I always have to manually reset up each camera every time. And this happens several times a week. It is seriously annoying.
I got this to work a little bit the first time I set up the app but then it stopped and said I should charge the batteries even though I had just charged the battery. I did recharge and insert the battery into the cam. Every time I try to go to the ring app it says to recharge the batteries.