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Buying Guide: Ring brand smart-lighting is an Amazon favorite

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If you’re looking for an easy way to light up walkways, patios, or your backyard, Ring brand’s smart-lighting is an Amazon-customer favorite for good reason. Here’s why customers are raving about these simple smart outdoor path lights.

Voice Activation and Motion Detection

Ring smart lights are designed to connect to Ring doorbells and cameras for a full connected home security system. The lights are motion sensitive and you can customize settings for turn on and off times. When you walk by one Ring light, the rest will light up to illuminate your whole pathway or backyard. The Ring smart-lighting system is also compatible with Amazon’s Alexa, so you can voice activate the lights when you’re expecting company and adjust brightness with your voice.

Easy Outdoor Lighting Installation

The Ring smart-lighting system takes just minutes to install. The wire-free design allows you to stake the path lights into the ground. They’re battery-powered so you don’t have to worry about electricity. You can also use the Ring app to easily adjust and customize your settings.

What Customers Are Saying

With nearly 900 reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars, Amazon customers are loving the Ring smart-lighting system. Customers loved that these lights provided an added layer of security on dark paths and the motion detection made them feel safer on the walk up to their homes. Customers also said the lights were bright and durable. The 6-pack allowed customers to light up an entire path for a great value.

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