Kangaroo Doorbell Camera Review 2020 | The Strategist

For many years now, I’ve worked from a corner office. It’s a room in the corner of the basement of our suburban home, but hey, still a corner office. In order to hear our old doorbell from this semi-subterranean redoubt, I had to leave both the office and basement doors […]

For many years now, I’ve worked from a corner office. It’s a room in the corner of the basement of our suburban home, but hey, still a corner office. In order to hear our old doorbell from this semi-subterranean redoubt, I had to leave both the office and basement doors open, which also meant hearing everything else going on in the house — a house filled with the noise of two kids going full speed.

To solve this problem I long considered getting a video doorbell, having admired Ring doorbells in particular at plenty of friends’ houses. But I always hesitated for two reasons: First, video doorbells are pretty expensive. The most basic Ring, for example, is $99. Second, and this was by far the bigger factor holding me back, I really didn’t want to drill permanent holes in our doorframe, which most video doorbells require.

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