Tag Archives: Door Bells

DIY 1986 PiNG Video Doorbell Is Functional And Absolutely classy

If modern day video doorbell’s minimal sleek look does not float your boat, well, then you may want to check out this DIY video doorbell by Instructables member, MisterM. Quite evidently, MisterM is not fond of the minimal, sleek aesthetic of video doorbells that are available in the market and prefer the retro aesthetic of the olden days intercom unit. The solution to getting what he desire was obviously to build one himself and the PiNG Video Doorbell was the result. Continue reading DIY 1986 PiNG Video Doorbell Is Functional And Absolutely classy

August’s New Video Doorbell Is Wireless, Records In 1440p

We all know what a video doorbell is. Despite its obvious usefulness, there aren’t many around. Well, at least, not many of reputable brands that boasts integration with its own smart lock anyways. Speaking of integration with its own smart lock, here’s a new one from smart lock maker August called August View Doorbell Camera. View does everything you expect of a video doorbell, including instant motion alerts, on-demand live video streaming, two-way audio communication, and of course, doorbell functionality that actually includes a wireless chime. Continue reading August’s New Video Doorbell Is Wireless, Records In 1440p

Remo+ Introduced Feature-packed Video Doorbell That Cost Just $99

If you are in the market for a video doorbell with all the bells and whistles, but won’t rip a hole in your bank account, then the Remo+ RemoBell S Video Doorbell might just be it. The RemoBell S Video Doorbell is California headquartered video doorbell maker’s next generation video doorbell that touts a wider field of view, improved resolution, and even motion zone customization for under 100 bucks that include a free 3-day cloud storage. Well, not that 3 days is a lot. Just saying… but the launch price is certainly an attractive proposition. Not going to lie. Continue reading Remo+ Introduced Feature-packed Video Doorbell That Cost Just $99

Ring Introduces New Door View Cam And New Ring Alarm Accessories

Since Ring came out with its first video doorbell, it has proven its worth many times over. Despite so, the pioneering video doorbell maker isn’t sitting on their laurels. The company’s home security portfolio has grown a lot to include a second generation Ring Doorbell, simply called Ring Doorbell 2, and more recently, a Ring Door View Cam and new Ring Alarm accessories. Continue reading Ring Introduces New Door View Cam And New Ring Alarm Accessories

iDoorCam: Doorbell Reinvented

if you often find yourself dragging your feet to answer the door, then perhaps, it is time to enlist the help of the iDoorCam. this sleek, minimalist device replaces your existing doorbell and make use of the current doorbell’s cabling for power, and packs built-in WiFi connectivity, a button for the ringer, a day- and night-vision camera, plus a speaker and microphone combo. there’s also a motion sensor built-into, but you won’t be able to take advantage of it until at launch or at a later stage through over-the-air (OTA) software updates, but it is good to know that this device is somewhat future-proof, so to speak. currently, the device works with a companion app that lets you see who’s at the door when the ringer is activated, wherever you are – be it inside your pad, at your office, or even while you are vacationing somewhere – as long as there’s WiFi, 3G or 4G network around. Continue reading iDoorCam: Doorbell Reinvented

Touch Wood brings a whole new meaning to knocking on doors

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(credit: Gordon Cormack Kedslie)

i am not sure if designer Gordon Cormack Kedslie did named his novel door bell ‘Touch Wood‘ with a sense of humor or what. whatever it is, Gordon definitely gives a whole new sound to knocking on one’s door. instead of pressing a button or banging on the door, visitors can lightly knock on any of the three wooden pads to trigger the door bell and if you feel like, you could knock on all three pads Continue reading Touch Wood brings a whole new meaning to knocking on doors