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Enhance Home Security with Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash

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  • Google Nest Doorbell 720p – (Wired, 2nd Gen) is a video security camera designed to replace a wired doorbell
  • It can distinguish between people, packages, animals, and vehicles, providing alerts without requiring a subscription
  • Offers 3 hours of free event video history in the Google Home app, allowing users to view important activity
  • Requires the Google Home app and a free Google account, not compatible with the Nest app or site
  • Can be integrated with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa for live video streaming and communication with visitors
  • Environmentally friendly design made with 43% post-consumer recycled materials
  • Includes components like base plate, wire connector, chime puck, and more for installation
  • Requires a compatible chime and transformer (sold separately) for setup

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Enhance Home Security with Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash
Enhance Home Security with Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash

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 is a cutting-edge video security camera designed to provide you with peace of mind and convenience in monitoring your home. This wired doorbell offers advanced features that allow you to differentiate between people, packages, animals, and vehicles, ensuring you receive alerts about the things that matter most to you.

One of the standout features of this Nest Doorbell is its 145° diagonal field of view with a 3:4 ratio, providing you with a comprehensive view of your surroundings. You can check your video doorbell 24/7 without the need to recharge batteries, offering continuous surveillance for your peace of mind.

With 3 hours of free event video history included in the Google Home app, you can easily review important activity that you might have missed. Additionally, by subscribing to Nest Aware, you can enjoy up to 30 days of event video history and features like familiar face detection for enhanced security.

Designed to replace a wired doorbell, the Nest Doorbell requires a compatible chime and transformer (sold separately), and is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for seamless integration with your smart home devices. You can even chat through the doorbell, leave pre-recorded messages, or use it as a communication tool with visitors.

Not only does the Nest Doorbell offer advanced functionality, but it is also environmentally friendly, being made with 43% post-consumer recycled materials. Its sleek design complements any home, making it a stylish and sustainable choice for your security needs.

Experience the convenience and reliability of the Google Nest Doorbell 720p - the perfect blend of innovation, security, and eco-conscious design.

Product Details:

  • Color: Ash
  • Power Source: Battery Powered
  • Connectivity Protocol: Wi-Fi
  • Video Capture Resolution: 720p
  • Indoor/Outdoor Usage: Outdoor, Indoor
  • Field of View: 145 Degrees
  • International Protection Rating: IP54
  • Manufacturer: Google
  • Country of Origin: Thailand

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Specification: Enhance Home Security with Google Nest Doorbell 720p (Wired, 2nd Gen) – Ash

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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  1. Anonymous

    I had a original Nest doorbell camera that I loved, until the company was bought out by Google and I slowly started losing functionality. I have tried many doorbell cameras, including the most popular, and hated all of them. I only put this one on the back burner because I think it’s ugly. However, this works very well for me. I love all the settings, face and animal recognition, and the package notification (that it sees one and when it detects that it’s no longer there). I’ve learned through this device that my front porch is a regular cut through for the neighborhood animals (cats and dogs). Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to family or friends.

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  2. alejandro trinidad

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

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  3. ChrisWNY

    I purchased the Gen 2 Nest Doorbell (wired) to replace the original Nest Hello Doorbell (also wired) for a few key reasons. The Nest Hello developed some serious lag over the years…when someone was at the door and rang the doorbell, the video would fail to load through the Nest app. This was really annoying. Secondly, you needed the Nest Aware subscription ($6 per month) for most the features…video recording, face recognition, package recognition, etc. Without the Nest Aware subscription, the Nest Hello was severely limited. Despite that, the Nest App was decent, no complaints. I had the Nest Hello for over 5 years just outside my front door, and it never failed on any given day, even in subzero temps during mid-Winter.

    The Gen 2 doorbell installation was nearly identical to the Nest Hello installation. The only difference was the chime module was slightly easier to install (somewhat less wiring on the Gen 2 model), otherwise it was an easy swap. If you’re replacing the Nest Hello, as I did, you WILL need to swap out your doorbell chime module for the new one. The rest of the wiring is the same. Video quality on the Gen 2 is slightly better than the Hello, but not substantially better. The most significant benefit of the Gen 2 is you get many of the Nest Aware features without the need for the subscription…face/package recognition and the ability to record and review “events.” Video history is fairly short however…events such as package deliveries and people only remain available to view for a few hours before being removed. Also note that the wired model does not have a battery, so it will not function during a power outage. Unlike the Nest Hello, however, the Nest Gen 2 will function and record video during an Internet outage.

    What you lose with the Gen 2 Nest doorbell is the Nest app is gone, and so is email notification. The only way to access/configure the doorbell is through the Google Home app. The Google Home app seems more limited than the Nest app, and the video frame is quite small within the Google Home app. If you have Google Home displays (including Google Home compatible smart clocks) within your household, video from the Nest doorbell will pop up on those screens whenever someone rings the doorbell. The Nest Hello did the same…however, as I mentioned previously, the Nest Hello was so laggy that video would fail to load when the doorbell was rung. The Gen 2 is much more responsive and snappier than the Hello, as it should be considering it’s the latest and greatest. It would’ve been nice if the Gen 2 had a wider viewing angle, and a 16:9 frame vs a 4:3. Some may be disappointed with the video quality, considering there are $25 plug-in cameras that provide higher res video in addition to many more features for motion detection, etc. compared to the Nest doorbell which costs over $150.

    Overall Nest Doorbell Gen 2 (wired) is a good product…great for knowing who’s at your door before you answer it, and a fairly effective theft-deterrent. Installation is not difficult and clearly explained on the website provided within the product documentation. Loses a star because the Google Home app lacks features and seems immature but it does provide great person/package recognition and the basic functions you’d expect from a fairly pricey doorbell camera.

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  4. 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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  5. Francisco Arellano Moreno

    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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  6. ChrisWNY

    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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  7. 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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  8. Brenda Steen

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

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  9. Giselaine

    Easy to install and works great.

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