Zmodo Greet Pro Smart Video Doorbell with WiFi Extender

With an included WiFi extender Zmodo Greet Pro smart video doorbell ensures you will always receive notifications when someone visits your home at any time, and it also acts as a home security camera to guard your front door. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.

Zmodo Greet Pro Smart Video Doorbell with WiFi Extender

The Greet Pro is an advanced app-enabled video doorbell that weighs 15.5 ounces. As shown in the images, the doorbell sports a sleek and compact appearance design, and it’s compatible with your existing hard wired chime. Using included quick setup guide and tools, you can install it with ease.

As a smart video doorbell, the Greet Pro comes equipped with built-in WiFi connectivity, and it’s compatible with dual band WiFi that reduces connection time and simplifies the setup process. Furthermore, using an included WiFi extender, the Greet Pro can get a more stable WiFi connection, and the extender doubles as an indoor chime.

Zmodo Greet Pro Smart Video Doorbell with WiFi Extender

The smart video doorbell supports full HD live stream, and two-two audio lets you effortlessly talk with the visitors who stand at your doorstep. Moreover, you can also record a voice message for your visitors when you can’t answer a call. Moreover, the doorbell doubles as a smart security camera that monitors the area on front of the door with a 180-degree wide-angle lens.

Integrated PIR motion sensors allow it to automatically detect movements and activate alert notifications instantly. Of course, you will also receive real-time notifications. Using its custom app, you can also customize the motion detection zones for enhanced accuracy.

The Greet Pro smart video doorbell with WiFi extender is priced at $199.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to here for its more details.

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