First look at the Ring Stick Up Cam
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If you find value in the article and/or video below, please consider using one of these links when buying your own Ring Stick Up Cam, available in black or white with wired, solar, and battery-powered versions at Amazon, Best Buy, and directly from (non-affiliate-link) ring.com.
This is not a sponsored post, and I bought the product to use in my home, recording 4K video unboxing and initial configuration, and blogging about using the product, much as I've done for several informal Ring reviews I've done since the summer of 2016, seen listed below.
Like the other ring Products, the attention to detail in the packaging, design, and build quality really show, and so far the Stick Up Cam seems to work well, enough to brush off the the odd choice of name. It's meant to be rested on a surface indoors, or fastened to a floor, wall, or eaves outdoors, with just 3 small, stainless steel wood screws, not stickers. The kit also includes some tamper resistent screws, and the warranty includes theft protection. This articulating arm allows for much more verstatile placement than the rest of the Ring Security Cams such as the Floodlight Cam that are hard-wired light fixture replacements, such as found near rear doorways. See all the Ring cameras here.
See also at TinkerTry
- My home's First Alert ONELINK system for smoke and carbon monoxide detection includes voiced warnings, with optional smartphone alerts
Jun 14 2013