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Easy to install. Cons: Requires subscription to view recorded video. Doesn't support IFTTT or voice commands. Uses existing doorbell wiring and offers no battery operated equivalent. Bottom Line: The SimpliSafe Video Doorbell Pro is a sleek, functional smart doorbell that can be incorporated into a SimpliSafe home security system or used on its own. Read ReviewWisenet SmartCam D1 Video Doorbell ReviewMSRP: $229. 99 at Pros: Sharp video quality. Face recognition. Accurate motion and sound detection in testing. Amazon Alexa support. Cons: Requires cloud subscription to view recorded video.

 

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