The Blink Video Doorbell is a budget friendly smart home security option with a night vision camera, up to two years of battery life (with the Sync Module 2), cloud storage and similar features to more premium devices from Nest, Hive and Ring. Here we setup the Blink Video Doorbell and tour the best features, using the app as well as Alexa support – and thanks to Blink for sponsoring this video!
You can grab your very own video bell right here: https://bit.ly/3OhTTDc
If you want to boost your smart home setup with a proper security option, this is certainly one of the most affordable ways to do it. Set up is super simple, with full instructions and illustrations provided by that Android app. The Blink Video Doorbell can then stream a live feed of any callers straight to your smartphone, wherever you happen to be in the world.
You have two-way communications, so you can chat with delivery people and ask them to leave a parcel somewhere safe. You also get the option of saving video clips to the cloud or a USB stick, so you can review them later. The Blink Video Doorbell really does boast a lot of features for this budget price.
Blink Video Doorbell Chapters:
0:00 – Let me ring your bell
0:52 – Unboxing
1:43 – Setup
3:15 – Design
3:36 – Notifications & Alexa support
4:44 – Video & Two-Way Comms
5:41 – Blink subscription service
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