Calling All Parents: This Video Baby Monitor Is The Best Way To Keep An Eye On The Little Ones
Baby monitoring systems have really improved since I was a tyke. Back in the day, monitors just recorded sound – they could tell you whether your baby was crying. Now baby monitors can actually SHOW you what’s going on in your kid’s room.
And so much more. This baby monitoring system not only has a digital recording function, but it also has smart features like a room temperature monitor and alert, two-way talk, nightlight, lullaby and sound-activated LED lights. And the best part, in my opinion, is that it supports up to 4 cameras at once. So it is actually much more than just a baby monitor.
I’m not the only one amazed by all this baby monitor can do. Out of the 43 customers who have reviewed this, 40 gave it a full 5 out of 5 stars. The other three? They gave it a still-impressive 4 out of 5.
The top review is titled “Perfect gift for the new and season parent!!”
I can’t say enough good things about this baby monitor. I had one of the first generation video monitors (different brand) 9 years ago with baby #1…it was bulky and the video image was grainy at best but at the time it was state of the art. I’m on baby #5 now and was in the market for a new one after my other one bit the dust and I found this one and oh my gosh…firstly, it’s a breeze to set up. Comes paired with the camera right out of the box, and it’s literally plug in and go. The handheld monitor has tons of options, including a zoom feature and you can even move the camera up, down, left, and right to pan the whole room! Amazing clarity at night and even better with a small amount of light. It can be paired with 3 other cameras and unlike the other baby monitor I had I don’t have to worry about someone hacking into it. What I really love is that it’s 2 way – when you’re across the whole house and baby wakes up, it’s nice to be able to reassure them that you’re on your way! I really love this camera and wish it was around a few babies ago.
Another reviewer, William, echoes my sentiment that this is a huge innovation in a review titled “If only this existed 10 years ago!“:
10 years ago I had a video baby monitor that I thought was so amazing, even in black and white. Nowadays, it’s so much better though. I’ll soon be having a nephew to hang out with so I ordered this for my brother and his wife. It was super easy to set up, we messed with it a little even though the baby’s room isn’t ready yet. You can literally walk around with the monitor and the clarity is awesome! It’s full color, can zoom, you can move the camera, volume up and down, etc. The screen is a good size and its really gender neutral in style , even though it has blue on it. It looks really nice, plus you can link extra cameras to it if you want to add rooms. I would have loved this back when I had a little one. It seems to be the season for babies for people I know and I’ve been telling them about monitor a lot.
AGJG says they are “in love” with this product:
I’m in love with this video monitor from the clear picture quality to the lullaby options. Everything can be controlled by the video monitor. It works great during the daylight and just as well at night. If you want to record video you’ll need to purchase a card but it’s a neat option. Both kids and I love the ability to talk to them as they are playing in the bedroom. It makes things easier to keep an eye on them from the other room. No more wondering why it’s so quiet.
And Jalynn notes it can even be “fun“:
Soooooo easy to set up, no wifi connecting, camera was already paired, so all hubby had to do was screw the camera base into the wall and attach the camera, plug it in, turn on the monitor and enjoy! I love that I can just plug in a card and have all of the video recordings forever. It’s so much fun to sit and watch my baby and talk to her through the monitor, I wish I had gotten this sooner!
For all of you waiting to fall in love with a baby monitoring system, here’s your chance.
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