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Save Up to 57% on Ring Security Cameras With These Preowned Deals

You can keep your home safe and secure for less -- as long as you don't mind buying used.

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Security cameras can give you additional peace of mind, and with more options hitting the market, prices on these nifty gadgets continue to drop. Woot is currently running a one-day deal on previously owned Ring security cameras, with prices up to 57% off. This offer is only available today, Oct. 21, while supplies last. Some items have already started to sell out, so we recommend making your purchase sooner rather than later.

Investing in a security camera allows you to check-in on your home anytime you want. Alerts can give you a heads-up when someone is nearby, plus you can use your phone, tablet or compatible Echo device to see, hear or even talk to the person on the other side of your door. While each of the units have been tested and verified by Amazon, these are used products, which means there may be some cosmetic blemishes. But they also come with a 90-day Woot limited warranty, so you're protected if something goes wrong. 

Right now you can save $100 on the Ring Floodlight Cam Pro, bringing the price to $150. This a wired security cam has 360-degree motion detection and is attached to motion-activated 2,000-lumen LED floodlights. It also has a built-in 110 decibel security siren, two-way audio and connects to your home Wi-Fi. Of you can get the wired Ring Floodlight Cam Plus for $110, down from $200. It lacks the 360-degree detection and has a quieter alarm, but it's a still a solid choice for most homes and provides alerts, two-way audio and customizable motion zones. 

And for areas where you might not need floodlights installed, consider the Ring Spotlight Cam. Both the wired and battery-powered models are available for $150 and $110, respectively. It still has lights, but they are built into the sides, and much of the other features, including 1080p video is largely the same. If you opt for the battery-operated device, there is a solar panel available for $21 that can keep your device charged around the clock. In fact, the panel will also work with the Ring Stick Up Cam, which can be used indoors or outside. It's small and versatile and has plenty of privacy features, like customizable privacy zones and audio privacy. The 3rd-gen is half-off right now, bringing the price to just $50. 

All of these devices can pair with Alexa, helping integrate all your compatible smart home devices together. But before you make your purchase, you should consider your comfort level with Ring's current relationship with law enforcement. Keep in mind that if privacy is a concern, you can always opt out of some of Ring's data-sharing settings. And if you want to be able to record and review all of your videos for up to 180 days, you can also subscribe to a Ring Protect Plan, though that service is sold separately starting at $3 a month.


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