There are plenty of reviews online for the Skybell product. You can take a look at them yourself SkyBell Amazon and of course read an interview with the creator on our site. The thing is some of the reviews are not good. So, in these cases it is essential to really understand what is going on here. Is the product a bad or good product? In our synopsis it is clear that Skybell can be the right product for the right user. Many people have had installation problems which ends up causing obvious workability issues. And, with tech products that utilize new technology there is going to be an instant uphill battle with usability. Let us get you some honest reviews with synopsis and transcript so you can make your own decision.
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Why should you buy Doorbot over SkyBell?
There is one main reason to buy a DoorBot over a SkyBell. The SkyBell requires a wired line to operate. In other words, your current door bell must have wired power for your SkyBell to operate. The Doorbot is either wireless or wired. I thought that my old doorbell was wired, but when I took it apart, I found out that it was actually wireless. It turns out that most doorbells in newer home are wireless. Less wires = less expensive.
Make sure that your doorbell has wired power before you buy a SkyBell.
Why should you buy a SkyBell over a Doorbot?
Some people should by a SkyBell if they are looking for night vision. If, for example, you don’t have a great, bright light outside your front door, nightvision could be very helpful!
Both SkyBell and Doorbot have updatable software, so I wouldn’t buy a SkyBell over a DoorBot just because it mentions that “on-demand viewing coming soon” – because they both with. Both companies are great start-ups that are always trying to improve.
Here is the a Skybell.com unboxing video, woop woop
And, a full complete no holds bar review here