RING fans are rushing to buy a new accessory under £20 that will save them tons of money in the future.
The home security company really did have tenants in mind when developing this device.
Ring’s no-drill mount allows Ring’s second generation Ring Video Doorbell to be mounted indoors without damaging the exterior walls.
The mount means Ring fans on hire can finally get their hands on a security doorbell without fear of drilling holes in the property.
It is ideal for renters who cannot make permanent changes to their property and want to keep their financial security deposit.
Set up and take down is pretty easy.
All the user has to do is insert their doorbell into the no-drill bracket, remove the backing strip, and mount the doorbell on the wall.
To detach, detach the doorbell, then pull down on the adhesive strips to separate the no-drill bracket from the wall.
No-drill mounting is most effective on flat and smooth surfaces.
However, the Amazon-owned Ring warned that it might be difficult to attach the mount to clapboard and rough plaster surfaces.
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The company also added that it shouldn’t be mounted on glass.
The device is currently selling for £17.99 on Amazon.
However, it’s important to note that it only works with the second generation Ring Video Doorbell.
The no-drill bracket will not work with other Ring doorbell models such as the first or third generation or the Ring Video Doorbell Pro.
It is also not suitable for mounting the solar charger for the second generation Ring Video Doorbell.
It’s best to wait a few hours after installing the mount to place the doorbell in it, Ring said.
“The tape is designed for one-time use, but the mount comes with a set of additional tapes for reinstallation,” the company noted.
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