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SkyBell's $199 US-0nly HD Wi-Fi Video Doorbell caught me off guard. The previous SkyBell buzzer I reviewed was all right, but lacked a handful of major features. It didn't have HD video, it didn't work with third-party products, and you couldn't record or save video clips.
But the startup's next-gen doorbell is upping the ante in a very real way, with features competitive with the all-new (and noticeably pricier) $249 Ring Video Doorbell Pro. Specifically, the latest SkyBell comes complete with a 1080p resolution, on-demand live streaming and free clip storage, as well as integrations with Amazon's Alexa and Google/Alphabet's Nest. It also has its own IFTTT channel.
Tack on its responsiveness and straightforward app interface and you end up with an unexpected leader in the burgeoning smart doorbell category. The SkyBell HD Wi-Fi Video Doorbell is definitely worth consideration, especially if you aren't sold on August's Doorbell Cam and its other brand-exclusive smart home accessories.
With a rounded design measuring 2.8 inches by 2.8 inches and a depth of 0.9 inch, SkyBell's HD doorbell looks virtually identical to the previous model. I like the style of this doorbell, though, so that's a good thing. Plus, you can get it in either brushed aluminum or oil-rubbed bronze for matching it to the other hardware in your home, HGTV-style.
The issue arises at install time. At nearly 3 inches wide, this thing is not going to fit on every door frame. And, since it requires a hard-wired set up to work, you'll have to relocate your existing doorbell wiring for a more permanent, tidy-looking install (unless you don't mind your doorbell hanging into your doorway).
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