Talk and Listen to Visitors with Nest Doorbell (Battery) Google

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Have you seen all the camera connected doorbells and wanted to know what it was like to have one for yourself?

With the Nest Doorbell you can. Easily battery powered and with a simple installation, you will be able to greet your guests while they ring the doorbell in no time.

It only takes a few seconds to swap out your Nest doorbell’s battery—and now Nest makes the process even faster and easier with Nest power packs. Just turn on the Nest app, pop in your nest doorbell battery pack, and Nest will walk you through the simple installation process. The Nest power pack has enough juice for at least two months of typical usage, so you probably won’t ever have to think about it again — until you actually need it. Other doorbell battery replacements can be difficult and take a long time, but the addition of these power packs makes life easier for you.

There are many other incredible benefits to the Nest Doorbell, other than the simple battery replacements that will make it the ideal doorbell for you;

Key Features

Watch what happens outside your door from anywhere with the connected security camera built into the doorbell

The Nest Doorbell will let you know when your kids get home (or someone suspicious), and being able to see who it is, you will feel safe even when you’re not home

It alerts homeowners with a tone or live video feed when there are circles of activity in front of the home.

Get notifications for important arrivals and departures to ensure that your deliveries stay safe when you’re not home

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Doorbell’s are typically just used to alert you that someone is at the door, but now the Nest Doorbell is a great way to add some additional security into your home.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.