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Early Prime Day Deal Takes 40% Off This Ring Doorbell and Camera Bundle

Ahead of the Prime Big Deal Days sale you can grab a Ring Doorbell Pro 2 and Floodlight Cam for just $270.

Albert Bassili
2 min read

If you want to upgrade your home's security, this bundle includes a Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 and a Ring Floodlight Cam, which nets you some excellent coverage around your house -- and a $180 discount.

With Prime Day around the corner, we're already starting to see some great early Prime Day deals from Amazon, especially on Amazon's own products. For example, this bundle includes the excellent Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 and a wired Ring Floodlight Cam, and you can grab it for just $270. While that won't give you complete 360-degree coverage, it will get you relatively close, and if you don't already have a smart doorbell, it'll be a significant upgrade to your smart home ecosystem.

The Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 has some advanced features, primarily focused on the new bird's-eye view, which uses radar to pinpoint precisely where people are in your front yard or door and projects that on a top-down view of your house. It's an interesting new feature that helped put the Doorbell Pro 2 on our list of best Ring Video Doorbells, and while that increases the price substantially, the bundle discount makes the price tag less of an issue. Luckily, the premium pricing also means overall better features, such as a 1,536-pixel resolution and head-to-toe view, both of which are upgrades on the more budget-oriented Ring doorbells.

As for the Ring Floodlight Cam comes with its own set of features that mostly revolve around convenience and quality, the biggest of which being the activity zones. These activity zones let you specify which parts of your yard or house should be actively monitored while avoiding issues with getting alerts for every car or person that passes by. Video resolution is good at 1080p, with excellent nighttime vision, although the floodlights themselves can manage an impressive 1,500 lumens, so you'll have good illumination at night. One thing to note, though, is that this is a wired device, so some installation will be required, although it's relatively simple for an electrician or if you've wired outlets before and know what you're doing.