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    Recommendation for a video baby monitor. Night vision is a must. DS is a very noisy sleeper so i would like to have one that can cut out noise.

    I am not sure how well the cut out noise function does. I am probably asking too much of it.

    DS is colic so he grunts. I used to pick him up and cuddle him but realised that there isn't really anything i can do. This happens very night and i just have to let him grunt. Very heart breaking....Can the noise function cut it out?

    I also tend to wake up and prepare a bottle when he is at his late stage of rooting around at night. I no longer wait until he let out the big cry. I pick him up as soon as he starts to fuss. Can the monitor pick this up? This avoid waking up DH and the neighbours. He is a screamer. He is also easier to fall back asleep. He is only half awake feeding in this case.

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    Oricom. I can't remember the model name/number, but it's one of the top rated ones. I bought it in a pack with the sensor pads too, but I'm pretty sure you can get it on its own. And I think it has adjustable sensitivity as to what level of noise will activate it. I love it, DS is nearly 2 but we still use it for every nap and night sleep. His room is upstairs and ours is downstairs, so it's an absolute must for us.

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    @bbhope it looks like this:

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    I have the oricom sc710 which is a video monitor and I find the night/dark vision excellent. You can adjust the sensitivity from pretty much a sigh setting it off to them needing to scream to set it off.

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    Night vision (it looks pixelated and grainy in this pic, but it's not IRL):
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1452950617.287711.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    That's the one I have 😀

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    I have the oricom sc710 too. It's really good. Babies R Us had them on sale last week, not sure if the sale is still on.

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    How is the night vision? Can you turn it off manutally if you don't want the monitor on?

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    I have this one too and it's great!


 

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