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Google Nest Doorbell Setup & Review

Google Nest Doorbell Setup & Review-And this right here is the new Nest doorbell from Google. It is a video doorbell available right now, direct from Google, 479 quid in. Do some Live HD video streaming on it, can even record a video history. So you can see exactly who's been coming a go on. Lots of the great smart features thrown in there as well, and from the ability to set up activities, on possible detection, all the work. So, what we're going to do now is get the Google Nest doorbell, all set up, take you on a tour of those features. And for more on the latest of witsec is doing folks.

Good ending that notifications. Belch is so inside the very white box. You've got one very white, Google Nest doorbell. You're the installation guy, which is mostly just a link to a video so you can see exactly how to get it all installed. You've got a type c charging portable one. Basically, you've got a 20 degree wedge in case you want to do, one of the least. All that should you decide to go with the installation?

And is constructed from 45 percent recycled Plastics, at least you can feel like your 70th every time somebody things your Bell. So as mentioned, with the fresh new Nest doorbell, you can opt for either a wired or a wireless.

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Nation. I'm going to go fully Wireless in this video. If you do already have a, why is it doorbell set up though? You can check online on Google's website to see if it's compatible with the nest doorbell. I'll try to remember to stick a link down in the description below. Otherwise, you can just Google it. Step one is to actually plug the Google Nest doorbell in and get it connected to your Google home account. If you don't already have the whole map installed on your smartphone, you can download it from the Google Play Store and this busy just gives you fast easy access to all of your smartphone goodies. You're going to want to tap missile. Plus icon up at the top and then go to set the device and a new device and the list of options that pops up. One of them is doorbell, give that app then all you got to do is scan the QR code that comes on the set up. Installation, instructions, and we're good to go. And don't worry if you're not exactly in DIY wizkid's much like myself because thankfully Google has provided full. Instructions. Include a bit of video helped actually built into the app while you're setting up for doorbell, explain to you exactly what you need to do, step by step.

Got a few quick tips for you, though when you are installing the doorbell. So, for one, make sure you position it about 4 feet above ground for perfect position. As you can get a good view of everything that is happening, outside your front door. And for god sakes, make sure you test your Wi-Fi connection before you get to drill an unsecured in the Bell as well. Just to make sure it can be clearly picked up on your Wi-Fi network. I'd recommend just told them the doorbell in place where your plan on securing it, make sure you can get a good video stream on your smartphone and also that led light up there just underneath Neath, the camera should be green. If everything's golden, then just position the base plate on the wall with the G upright, in order to Mark the location for the screw holes and then get busy. And if you do find that your wall is annoying, the uneven due to the brickwork or you've got the spaces bundled in the Box. In order to level things out it was the doorbell is all set up and installed in front of your house or wherever else you want to yell and be able to access it at any time via the Google home app. Give that a little tap will tell you exactly how much battery remains if you're going for the wireless option until Also get notifications on your smartphone when that battery is running low. So you'll know, it's time to pop it out, plug it in, and get it charged back up. 

You can also access a live stream direct from that video, camera at any point, as well, to see if there's any miscreants lurking around outside your house. And if the nest doorbell detects, any kind of activity going on in the general vicinity, it will give you a heads up via a phone. Notification, complete with a Nifty, little GIF, shouldn't exactly what is happening. The camera itself is fairly basic. It's a 1.3 megapixel sensor Buhdeuce in Twelve eighty by 960 pixel video. So not full HD. Sadly images can be a bit gritty and at the cameras. Also thrown up by strong lights. Be careful not to position it staring at a bright sky, but it's generally strong enough. To give you an idea of who's look on your doorstep feet. Postman delivery boy. Oh God, botherer and the next doorbell also Sports night vision as well, which is particularly handy here. In the UK muscles of winter months. Start rolling in. We've got very little daylight to speak of only works in a distance of about 10 feet, but that's plenty fine for a doorbell.

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Camera to be fair. And because you've got that 145 degree field of vision. That means you should be able to easily see if anyone leaves any Parcels on your doorstep. Long as the doorbell is positioned correctly, very handy. If for instance you got Amazon drivers who literally just dumped stuff on your doorstep and then Scarpa and as well as that live camera feed. You can also check out a history of everything that the camera has captured in recent times. This shows you the full audio and video feed from everything that was captured whenever some motion was detected and the really like how you get a full on timeline of everything. At that. The camera has picked up completely brief description of what's going on and little images. Well, sadly it is only three hours of video. Story that is saved with the Google mess doorbell, unless you upgrade to a nest where subscription for the 30 or 60 days which does, of course, cost you a bit of extra cash, but might be worth it. If you are away a lot. You'll also have to shop for an S2 where subscription if you want. Some of the additional features here on the nest doorbell, such as sound detection and also familiar faces. As far as those smart notifications, go, you can fully customize when you get notified. All you need to do is go into the doorbell settings and then go to Notifications. And from this menu, you can choose exactly You'll get a heads up at dependent on what the camera detects or if you want to get notified every time a fox decides to one drawn by then. 

You can turn that on Thursday. I'm going to leave that right off and I'm also a big fan of that away. Only notifications feature as well, which I'll only disturb you if it detects that you're actually not as form. It's also possible to set up an activity Zone with the Google mess doorbell as well. From the notification settings, just go into a vent settings. And then go to seen events, and this is where you'll have the option to set up and activities on. This is particularly. How the if you live on, for instance, a busy street, you've got people constantly coming into frame to go to one of your neighbors houses, something like that. You can make it. So their house is completely ignored and it's only when somebody steps onto your front porch that you actually get a heads up. If someone pushes you doorbell or you just get notification your spot, somebody lurking around there. You can speak to them using two-way audio as well. You got a built-in microphone and the speaker on the doorbells. Just press this button and say hello, what you up to package?

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And it's a big one, bugger off of my porches, even get. And if you do decide to go the wireless Roots, like I did, you might be thinking. Well, what was the somebody presses the doorbell? And I don't have my smart phone on me. How am I going to know that somebody's actually there, and thankfully in Google has you covered, because you can basically use any Nest speaker as a kind of door chime, which will announce whenever somebody presses that doorbell. This includes just the standard Nest speakers as well as the nest smart displays as well. And those want disposal actually give you an image direct from The Nest doorbell. As camera as well as you can actually see who's there as well as know, that they're actually standing there. Someone's at the front doorbell.

 We're an indie data for himself had again, singing it, so then can be imported with Roy. So I've been using the next doorbell a full-time for a couple of weeks. Now. I really really liked it. I found that it works. Absolutely solidly. It doesn't get triggered by random cars random foxes running by things like that. It's only triggered by people as I've asked for, in the sentence about side of things, definitely works really well. Picture quality's been absolutely finding new able to clearly see who is stood on my door.

 Step at any given moment and the to it communication works perfectly to it's really good that you've got the option to add as many door chimes in the form of mess speakers to your home. As you want. You can have them Upstairs Downstairs. You have a mountain of God. And if you like songs have got a power supply and obviously a Wi-Fi connection. However, one feature that would have really liked is if somebody presses that doorbell for my smart phone to ring as well because sometimes I'm, you know, I'm out in the garden. I don't have a nest speaker out there, got my phone on me. So I get the little notifications popping through all the doorbells spot. Has someone Etc, but it doesn't actually call me. So sometimes I'll miss those notifications. Think and I just emails popping in or something and then some of these stood there person the doorbell and getting zero response. That's pretty much my only complaint or setting. The battery - everything is working. Well as things I've had it installed for over two weeks now and we've still got 46 percent battery life. You should get over a month of use per charge when it is time to recharge. Just pop it off using the little and bundled pin. Or to be fair, any kind of paper clip or anything would also do the job. So possibly slightly

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Obviously, that means your then without a doorbell. For whatever length of time. You are recharging it. Of course, your other option is to go. Why is it that then negates the whole? Somebody can lick my doorbell fear and then you don't have to worry about recharging it either. So anyway, that is the Google Nest doorbell. How to set it up all of the main features and I really, really like it. Got to say, you know, a couple of little issues. I really hope the Google ads, the option to ring your smartphone when somebody presses that doorbell. But apart from that really enjoying it. So what do you guys, reckon? He tempted by the Google master? Double have you got one yourself? And what are your experiences be good? To you all know many reviews on the comments below. There's no book.

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