Ring Smart Lighting – Pathlight, Battery-Powered, Outdoor Motion-Sensor Security Light, Black (Starter Kit: 4-pack)

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Each battery-powered pathlight measures 16.93 inches tall and 4.13 inches in diameter and shines 80 Lumens of brightness on pathways and other areas when motion is detected.; This Starter Kit includes one Ring Bridge to place indoors so you can get notifications, customize settings, and connect to other Ring devices – all from the Ring app.; Pathlights install in minutes with a wire-free design to illuminate your pathway, entryway, or sidewalk.; Group Ring Smart Lights together to brighten up a small area or make your whole yard shine whenever one light detects motion.; Connect with Ring doorbells and cameras to create a fully connected home security system.; Works with Alexa when connected to the Ring Bridge to turn on lights and adjust brightness with your voice.

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Ring Smart Lighting – Pathlight, Battery-Powered, Outdoor Motion-Sensor Security Light, Black (Starter Kit: 4-pack)
Ring Smart Lighting – Pathlight, Battery-Powered, Outdoor Motion-Sensor Security Light, Black (Starter Kit: 4-pack)

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7 reviews for Ring Smart Lighting – Pathlight, Battery-Powered, Outdoor Motion-Sensor Security Light, Black (Starter Kit: 4-pack)

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  1. Raymond Rivera

    Nice addition to my ring of security. I live on a dark trail so at night it really lights up the walkway and street. The product feels durable and well built. Definitely will be purchasing more in the future.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    Lights work great..easy install. If you order several at once, install each as you open the box so you don’t have to go back and look for bar codes for each (which is what I had to do for 10 of them. Lights bridge up to your Ring doorbell ,if you have one, and that seems to be working together as intended. One thing I wasn’t expecting, from watching video, is there seems to be a faint light emitting from all 10 of the lights when they are not on. Which I like, and adds to the ambiance of our front yard. They are rather large for lighting so double check those dimensions. Will add pics when I get a chance

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  3. Juniorverse

    The new Ring smart lighting line is a great compliment to my Ring Floodlight Cameras. In particular, I wanted to light up more of the front of the house when my driveway’s floodlight camera detected motion. I purchased four of the new Ring pathlights and a hub. Now, when the driveway light detects motion, it turns on the pathlights.The setup process went smoothly. You plug the hub in and scan a barcode and the app walks you through setup. Then, you do the same with these pathlights… insert batteries into each and scan a barcode from each box. At the end, you can set up groups of lights with different names. Then you can use the app to decide what other devices can turn these lights on. For example, I set my driveway floodlight camera to light up these four pathlights, lighting the walkway to the front door. You can have the lights then turn off 30 seconds, 1 minute, 3 minutes, or 5 minutes. You can also set a timeframe that lights can be triggered between each day, and more advanced schedules during the week.Response time is not immediate. When my floodlight camera detects motion and turns on its lights, it takes 3-5 seconds for these pathway lights to turn on. I have a very strong Wi-Fi signal in the house and I have the Ring hub close to the front of the house where the lights are. The Ring smart hub, required for any of the new smart lighting products, does not have a very good Wi-Fi radio on it and I found that it struggled to get a good signal despite my strong signal throughout the house to all other devices. Perhaps that is the reason for the delay?There is a “dusk to dawn” feature that will keep your pathlights dimly lit all night and then brighten up when motion is detected. You can turn this off so the lights do not stay dimly lit all night and just turn on during motion to save batteries.The color temperature of these lights is much closer to white than I was hoping for. I wanted more of a soft white to match my other outdoor lights. But since these lights don’t stay on for very long, it’s okay. They are not “daylight” bright or have any blue in it, but they are not quite soft white either.I’m not sure how well or for how long these will stand up to the elements. I will report back if I see any signs of deterioration or moisture inside. I do wish they were made of metal instead of plastic though.Ring recommends against using rechargeable batteries: “Ring recommends using standard alkaline batteries in Pathlights. Rechargeable batteries will work in Ring Pathlights, though they may not last as long as alkaline batteries. Heavy duty batteries should not be used in Ring Pathlights. Lithium batteries will also work in Ring Pathlights and are recommended when the weather is extremely cold.”Five stars for now because they do exactly what I wanted them to – light up more of the front of my home when motion is detected. If I have any issues in the future, I will update.

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  4. des530

    These are great but my only reservation is how long the batteries will last. I have five of these set up along a high traffic walkway I share with my next door neighbor. I’m using Duracell batteries on one of them and Eneloop rechargeables with D battery adapters. After the first night, I took a look at the battery levels for each pathway light through the Ring app and found that the three Pathway lights using the rechargeables are already half life already but the Light with the Duracells are still full green. It’s been about two weeks since then and all the battery levels remain the same. If I can get a few months from the rechargeables I’ll be happy but if only one month then that’d suck :(Update 8/9/2019: Rechargeables won’t work with these so you’ll have to go with regular batteries. Rechargeables were lasting two to three weeks tops 🙁 I did buy the Amazon Basic D cells and they’re working great! The battery life is still full green after about a month and a half and my system is triggered on average 11 times per evening (we’ll see how these hold up when the nights are longer in the fall and winter). I’ve since purchased another Pathlight and have been getting a lot of compliments on them from visitors because they love how it lights up our landscape and pathway as they walk towards our front door. I still love these!

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  5. Urban Writer

    I love my Ring pathlights! They are a part of my security along with my cameras. I really wanted them to light up my house when motion detected. They work great. I love the fact that one light senses motion and triggers the others to come on as well. The lights are a great addition to your Smart Home Build.

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  6. Brandy Fortune

    These are much larger in person then expected, but with the big size D batteries in them you can imagine. They are BIG. They won’t look good in a very very flat space with no bushes and no walls. Next to my bushes they look perfect and from far away not as large as when held. I can’t tell how long the batteries will last, as we love our blink camera but with how much my kid goes in and out she wears the batteries down (and my front door hinges). We set them to only work at night so I am hoping that reduces the battery usage a lot. You can aim the sensor in the direction you want motion to be detected so we aimed ours less at the road and more at my front door and windows of my house.. and then one more towards the front yard so that it would go if anyone was close to the front of the house and it would go off when we pull in the driveway. They look fantastic and I hope they last. VERY heavy and sturdy feeling. No issues pushing into the ground but anyone who has ever used similar style things knows not to twist hard because end of the day its plastic.

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  7. K. Froreich

    Loved these at first. When it rains, water gets inside the light compartment AND the battery compartment, ruining the (expensive to replace) batteries and eventually the light. I assumed these would be weatherproof, because they are made for outside. RING explained to me they are water “resistant” not waterproof. Well, that’s kinda silly for an outdoor light that runs on batteries huh? For the price per light I would have purchased something else that would last. Mine did not even last one summer.

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