Babymoov Touch Screen Video Baby Monitor

from Babymoov
RRP  £149.99

by motherandbaby |
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The Babymoov Touch Screen Video Baby Monitor is easy to set up and comes with a lifetime warranty. The sound and image quality is on par with other monitors but the menus are more complex and the controls a little clunky.

It includes a night light, temperature and lullaby functionality but there are some features that the monitor is missing (mostly related to the camera), like a belt clip, a wall mount and also remote-control manoeuvrability – all of which would make the product more versatile and more convenient.

A longer cable would be appreciated (for easier installation) as would noise sensor lights (so that the monitor can be turned on low volume) and bigger icons on the main touch screen. The camera also has red lights on it in night vision mode, which might be distracting for a baby trying to sleep.

Otherwise, a good-value product that, in spite of some elemental flaws, is effective in its core functionality as a baby monitor.

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Product Information

  • Emission power: 50 Mw

  • Frequency: 2,4 Ghz

  • Mains operated for the camera (adapter included), rechargeable lithium battery for the receiver

  • It is possible to connect up to 4 cameras (sold separately)

  • VOX function: voice-activated

  • Walkie-talkie function

  • Programmable alarms and motion detector

  • 3 lullabies and nightlight that can be switched on and off remotely

  • The 3.5'' touch-screen provides numerical quality image. This baby camera comes with a micro SD card reader, TV connection and USB port.

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