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This HD video doorbell is the perfect gift for your loved ones

This next-generation video doorbell lets you say goodbye to running back and forth to your door.
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December 15, 2019
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Unless you're expecting company, the sound of the doorbell ringing is rarely something that most people enjoy—given the frustrating unknowability of just who may be waiting outside your door.

The RemoBell® S: Fast-Responding Smart Video Doorbell Camera means you'll never have to endure this doorbell anxiety ever again thanks to an HD video camera and advanced notifications, and it's available for 8 percent off at just $91.

This next-generation video doorbell lets you say goodbye to running back and forth to your door, since you'll be able to view who's outside directly on your phone.

It features an HD video camera that keeps tabs on your entire doorstep, advanced motion detection features that alert you when someone has arrived, and a streamlined app that allows you to view and control every element of the camera from your phone.

You'll even be able to keep tabs on your surroundings at night thanks to infrared night vision technology.

Give the gift of leisure and security this holiday season with a RemoBell® S: Fast-Responding Smart Video Doorbell Camera for just $91—8 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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