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Chime Pro extends the signal from your router to your Ring devices, so you can eliminate Wi-Fi dead zones and ensure that your Ring devices stay connected to the internet. It’s also an indoor chime that amplifies Ring notifications, so you’ll never miss an alert.

Chime Pro can be set up in just a few minutes. Simply plug Chime Pro into any standard power outlet, link it to all your Ring devices, and you’re good to go. With Chime Pro, you’ll never have to worry about your Ring devices going offline, and you’ll always know when you have a visitor.

Chime Pro strengthens the Ring of Security around your home by creating a more reliable network for your Ring devices, so you’ll always have dependable home security at your fingertips. Chime Pro links to an unlimited number of Ring Video Doorbells, Video Doorbell Pros, Stick Up Cams and Chimes for an unrivaled Ring experience

Product Features

  • Chime Pro extends your Ring network and amplifies alerts.
  • Boosts Wi-Fi for all Ring Video Doorbells and Security Cameras.
  • Plugs into any standard power outlet.
  • Comes with multiple alert tones.
  • Mobile volume control and Do Not Disturb mode.
  • Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection. For 2.4 GHz only.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Works okay. But no 5Ghz band. See my speed results and how I fixed the issue! Our ring pro doorbell gets 20Mbps down and 10Mbps up speeds on the 2.4Ghz band of our home router. That’s not bad. But it’s not great either. That speed causes enough lag that the app opens slowly and there’s about a 4 or 5 second delay between the video feed and what’s realtime. We have a powerful dual band router but it’s a ways away. Our speeds near the router are 80down and 10up for the 2.4Ghz band and 150down and 10up for the 5Ghz band. Outside where the doorbell is, the 5G connection was…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Suckered me in. I like it, but I don’t like it. When I first installed my ring pro, it worked fine the first couple days. I had strong WiFi and good voltage. Low and behold, a couple days later, it wouldn’t even connect anymore. It kept saying my WiFi was too slow and it brought me to some troubleshooting page that conveniently advertises this extender. Go figure huh? Well I got suckered into buying the extender and my ring pro now works like it’s supposed to. It’s almost as if they did it on purpose to make…

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