Amazon shoppers rush to buy £100 Ring doorbell dupe now appearing for £70 in basket – and there’s NO subscription fees

Most people think of Ring or Nest when they think of video doorbells, but there are tons of other brands out there too.

Eufy is an alternative that households are opting for – mainly because of the great money savings.

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Unlike its major competitors, Eufy doesn’t charge a monthly fee for video storage.

That’s because the footage is cleverly stored on an SD card instead.

Just plug it into the Wi-Fi Chime that comes with the package (also an added bonus as you have to pay separately for other devices).

However, you need to buy your own SD card.

The Eufy Security S200 Video Doorbell Wireless Battery Kit with Chime is normally £100 on Amazon.

Right now it’s only £78.

Look out for the special £8 discount coupon on the product page though – it’s only valid until Sunday 11th June so be quick.

Click on it and the total will be reduced to £70.

Similar to Ring and Google Nest products, the S200 lets you talk to anyone at your door in real time.

The video quality is 1080p.

Reviews on Amazon were mostly positive, with a rating of 4.2 based on more than 3,500 reviews.

“I’ve had this for almost two months now and it’s working well. Motion detection, connectivity all works and the battery life is still around 50% after that time (at 3 to 5 notifications a day, so of course it could be less if it were). 50 visitors per day), said one user.

“My brother has a ring doorbell and has to pay a monthly subscription to see who’s at his door!

“So it’s free and privately stored and in your own possession.”

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing but may have changed since then.

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