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Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash: Video Security Camera for Enhanced Home Protection

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Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash: Video Security Camera for Enhanced Home Protection
Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash: Video Security Camera for Enhanced Home Protection

Original price was: $18.99.Current price is: $13.30.


Introducing the Google Nest Doorbell 720p - (Wired, 2nd Gen) - Video Security Camera - Ash

The Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) is a cutting-edge video security camera designed to bring peace of mind and convenience to your home. With advanced features and seamless integration with smart devices, this doorbell is a must-have for modern homeowners.

Key Features:

  • Advanced AI technology to differentiate between people, packages, animals, and vehicles
  • 24/7 video monitoring without the need for battery recharging
  • 3 hours of free event video history included in the Google Home app
  • Compatibility with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for easy control
  • Designed to replace a wired doorbell with easy installation
  • Environmentally friendly design made with 43% post-consumer recycled materials


  • Indoor/Outdoor Usage: Outdoor, Indoor
  • Power Source: Battery Powered
  • Connectivity Protocol: Wi-Fi
  • Mounting Type: Wall Mount
  • Video Capture Resolution: 720p
  • Color: Ash
  • Field of View: 145° diagonal
  • Voltage: 24 Volts
  • Wireless Communication Technology: Wi-Fi
  • Low light technology: Night Color
  • Alert Type: Motion Only
  • Room Type: Office, Kitchen, Living Room, Classroom
  • International Protection Rating: IP54

What's Included:

This package includes the Nest Doorbell, base plate, 20° wedge, wire connector, chime puck, extra security screw, wall screws, hex key, spacers, window decal, quick start guide, and safety warranty document.

Enhance your home security and stay connected with the Google Nest Doorbell 720p - the smart choice for modern living.

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Specification: Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash: Video Security Camera for Enhanced Home Protection

IndoorOutdoor Usage

Outdoor, Indoor

Compatible Devices

Smart Devices

Power Source

Battery Powered

Connectivity Protocol


Controller Type

Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Nest

Mounting Type

Wall Mount

Video Capture Resolution




Number of Items


Included Components

Nest Doorbell, Base plate, 20° wedge, wire connector, chime puck, extra security screw, 2 wall screws, hex key, 2 wall anchors, 2 spacers, window decal, quick start guide, safety warranty document

Wireless Communication Technology


Form Factor


Viewing Angle

145 Degrees


24 Volts


1 watts

Item Dimensions LxWxH

1.1 x 1.65 x 5.16 inches

Batteries Required


Field Of View

145 Degrees Celsius

Low light technology

Night Color

Alert Type

Motion Only

Room Type

Office, Kitchen, Living Room, Classroom

Video Capture Format


Unit Count

1 Count

International Protection Rating


Product Dimensions

1.1 x 1.65 x 5.16 inches

Item Weight

12 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

October 4, 2022



Country of Origin


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Reviews (4904)

4904 reviews for Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash: Video Security Camera for Enhanced Home Protection

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  1. Francisco Arellano Moreno

    Video de buena calidad compatible con todos los dispositivos Google y avisos en tiempo real así que un 10

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  2. Giselaine

    Good and night camera vision and wide angle. No need for subscription pymts unless I want extra features. Battery mode works great so no need to have it wired in. Get notifications no matter where I am. Keeps an eye on my car

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  3. Ani

    Apenas llevo unos días usándolo pero me ha gustado mucho, es muy preciso y la cámara funciona super bien!

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  4. Brenda Steen

    Easy to install and works great.

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  5. Todd

    I’m really impressed with this doorbell. It’s not flawless, but it does everything I need it to do very well. It was easy to install and setup. The picture and audio quality are excellent and I don’t need 4k quality for a doorbell. Person detection is great. I haven’t had any false alerts or missed detections. Video starts recording early, so nothing is missed. Package detection is good, but not perfect. You’ll get an alert once the package is removed, as well. I haven’t tried the pet or other motion alerts. Event alerting happens almost instantly. The only minus is the “cool down” between alerts is long and I’m not sure what the exact interval is, but it seems like it’s more than 5 minutes. Video events are only kept for three hours–it’s not three hours’ worth of recording. If a person is detected at 1 pm, the video is gone at 4:01 pm. If you want the video kept for longer, you’ll need a subscription, or you can just download the event you want to save. The three-hour limit hasn’t been an issue. The doorbell integrates well with smart switches, so now my porch light turns on automatically when a person is detected between dusk and dawn. Night vision is a little lacking without lights, but still good enough to identify someone. I think this is a great doorbell for the price with all the features you get.

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  6. Chief

    I absolutely love Nest cameras. I had the original but left it behind when I moved. I thought I would try a cheaper brand, because let’s face it, Nest is pretty pricy. Well I learned why it is worth the money and I returned the other system I bought because of the annoying notifications, short video time and many other flaws.
    Nest provides amazing video quality, you can set it up to recognize familiar faces so it will announce your guest by name, it will alert you when a package is dropped off, or is picked up. It works perfectly with the Google home app and you can connect to your camera with almost no delay. You can also connect it to your Alexa devices, so when someone presses the doorbell, it will play across the speakers in your home and you can talk to the doorbell from the speakers.
    If you are looking for a quality camera, without all the annoyances of the cheaper models, step up to the Nest, I will never try to purchase another brand again.

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  7. Steve L

    I have had a Nest Hello doorbell for a few years, but recently it developed the symptom that my indoor electronic chime would only sound two notes, no matter what I set the duration to in the Nest app. The camera itself was working well, though the field of view didn’t extend as far down as I would like. I also noticed that the plastic on the faceplate was blistering, so I decided to replace it with the Gen 2 Wired.

    The Gen 2 is a bit taller than the Hello (the battery version is even taller), which meant that the spacer I had 3D printed to bring it past the door molding needed to be redone. Luckily, the screw holes are the same distance apart. Installing was straightforward, and I used the included 20-degree wedge plus the printed spacer. Due to the way the Gen 2 mounts, I had to swap out the #10 long screws I had used for some thinner ones, as the screw heads blocked the camera from mounting properly. The Google Home app leads you through the install, but the URL shown for a web video leads to the old Nest Hello instructions!

    The chime adapter, while it looks like that of the Hello, is different and connects in parallel to the chime wires rather than in series.

    Once installed, I was delighted that the indoor chime worked properly again. I was also happy to see that the vertical field of view was considerably taller than that of the Hello, so that I could see almost all of my front steps without a wedge angling down. Image quality is better than the Hello, and at night the picture is still in color!

    Another advantage I had not anticipated is that I get notifications of people at the door almost instantaneously, whereas with the Nest Hello it was typically 20-30 seconds later. I attribute this to the local processing of images, rather than sending them to the cloud for recognition.

    Right now, my major gripe is that there is not a fully functional web interface, unlike the older camera. There is a beta interface, but it shows a live view only and tends to crash a lot. I hope this gets improved. The Google Home app isn’t bad, but I like to use a web browser on my PC. A minor gripe is that email notification is no longer available, just push notifications from the app.

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  8. alejandro trinidad

    Lo tengo instalado en el exterior, sin cables, su funcionalidad es bastante buena, detecta muy bien los eventos en el exterior y se integra muy fácilmente a todo el ecosistema Google, la única pega que le encuentro es que al activar la detección de zona, la batería dura poquísimo, alrededor de una semana, si se desactiva eso, la batería se extiende a más de un mes

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