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    Thank you heaps, cant wait to start I have replied to your email

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    I'm interested!

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    Oh I forgot DS is 7 weeks

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    Pick me please. In desperate need of one

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    Finally got the monitor today (island post is slow) so ill get DP to set it up tonight. On first impression it looks great, compact and a good design

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    My first impressions of the Uniden Babywatch monitor was that it was a simple, good looking design. It was easy to set up and easy to use. I liked the easy to understand instructions and the simple menu set up.


    The video image is really clear and I liked the larger screen size (3.5inc). It was such a comfort to have I liked being able to see whether my son was actually awake or just crying in his sleep. There were a few things I didnt like about the monitor though, the first being that the power cables on both the baby unit and parent unit were too short, id estimate them to be about 1.2M. I had to put the parent unit on the ground next to my bedside table. The sound also wasnt very loud during the day with the TV on and my eldest son being loud. Even on the loudest sensitivity setting (of three) i still wouldnt hear it over the monitor until i could hear him down the hall, but as i had the video i could see he was awake so he wasnt left crying in his cot, but during the night i would hear him clearly. It picked up the sound really well, without any white noise.


    Being wireless its great that i could go outside and hang the washing up and still be able to see and hear if the baby woke up. The battery life of the Parent unit when not plugged in to the power was quite good, what id expect to get out of a video monitor, it lasted about 8hrs. I could also use the monitor after the kids dont need it by setting it up under the house to see what my kids get up to. It can be linked to four different cameras (in case you have twins or more than one child) and you can use an SD card to record up to 64g of video, roughly 138hrs, and as its Voice activated record it doesnt record hours when your baby isnt even in the room.

    Overall i really liked the unit and would recommend it to people looking for a video monitor from a reliable brand.

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    PICK ME?! I meet all criteria bar having a baby under 6 months (as others have also mentioned) However i would love to have another pair of eyes to watch my 2 year old who has trouble sleeping some nights.Maybe i could also see that she's about to roll out of bed and move her before she actually does! After that investigation, bub#3 is due the end of August and my old monitors are a bit hit & miss!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubNumberThree View Post
    PICK ME?! I meet all criteria bar having a baby under 6 months (as others have also mentioned) However i would love to have another pair of eyes to watch my 2 year old who has trouble sleeping some nights.Maybe i could also see that she's about to roll out of bed and move her before she actually does! After that investigation, bub#3 is due the end of August and my old monitors are a bit hit & miss!
    This is already over. Ive had the monitor for 5mths now. Its fabulous. If you are looking for one i recommend this one


 

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