I live on acreage and want to get a monitor that I can take with me when im outside doing gardening or down the back etc.
What is the normal distance range on most monitors and how do they perform when taken outside?
Does anybody know if there is a particular monitor that covers longer distances? Lets say ill be up to 1000m from the baby?
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
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28-11-2011 13:58 #1
What is a good long range baby sound monitor?
13-01-2012 12:37 #2Junior Member
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We use the fisher price sounds and lights monitor and it works really well. We live on a few acres and I can hear the monitor at the back of the property or if we are inthe shed. Definitely a good one I think. It also has a nightlight on one end of the monitor that goes in bubs room.
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