we have the Uniden baby monitor. we paid $140 for it but i think it retails for $200. anyhoo, both the parents and the baby's set is wireless so you can carry it around. you can adjust the sound, the viewing screen is huge and very clear. you can also adjust the screen brightness and its recordable so if you wanted to record a whole night's sleep, you can do so. it's perfect IMO.
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11-06-2011 21:53 #11
11-06-2011 22:41 #12
Think it cost about $200. I did buy a $100 one first which claimed to have zero interference but was terrible. The only interference I've found with this is when I've had it sitting right next to the microwave.
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12-06-2011 13:36 #13
So far I am really happy with it. Im away at the moment and am using it and its great to see what my 18month old is doing in his sleep, he is so restless i didnt realise - no wonder he wakes up so many times a night!!
Picture for day is clear and coloured and at night is clear to (obviously not in colour at night).
16-06-2011 20:15 #14
I have one from **** Smiths it was $129 and we love it here!
Good pic and sound quality with minimal interference.
Has a good contrast which is adjustable on the video with 3 different channels.
Good sound quality too and good control over both.
Think it's great value for money and put having a video monitor within reach at that price too!
20-04-2012 09:19 #15
Am interested to know whether the buttons on yours audibly beep when you press them, or if it beeps when you turn it off and on? Many thanks for any feedback!
26-04-2012 16:25 #16
The Summer Infant video monitors got such good reviews that I ordered one from Amazon UK. It was about $220 with shipping.
It's fantastic. It has a color touch screen parent unit. The touch screen is only active when you have the video on so you don't accidentally press those buttons. It has several different volume and sensitivity levels. The camera is adjustable from the parent unit and can also zoom - so if your child moves around you can follow. You also have the option of adding additional cameras if you have two small children in different rooms and want to keep an eye on both. It can operate on batteries and connect directly to the power outlet.
We've been using it for the past few months and love it. I would highly recommend it. They have lots of models at different price points and can get very cheap for a basic unit.
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28-04-2012 12:16 #17
The child unit doesn't beep at all. The parent unit beeps when any Menu buttons are pushed (not when you turn it on). I haven't found any problems with this.
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29-04-2012 17:20 #18
Is there much need to press the menu button during day-to-day use, or is it more a case of, you set it up and get the menu how you want it, then just turn it on and off as needed? Just don't want to have something that beeps in the middle of the night in our room so the other adult gets woken up while catching some well-earned rest!
29-04-2012 21:11 #19
01-05-2012 08:52 #20
Yes, I was trying to contact www.babymonitorsdirect.com.au using the contact form on their website but haven't been able to get a response from them - will persist though if they're actually a legit business - maybe calling is a better option but it's so hard to find the chance to call.
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