Baby Night Vision Video+temperature monitor- Motorola MBP621. Argos
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Baby Night Vision Video+temperature monitor- Motorola MBP621. Argos

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Found 27th Jun 2017
£34.99

The Motorola MBP621 offers a 1.8 colour screen and a superb range of up to 300 metres ensuring you have complete portability. The Two-Way Talkback allows you to soothe your child from another room and parents see little ones in the dark with the Night Vision Capability. Includes integrated temperature monitor.

Model number: 407510200001.

Two way talk.

Infrared night vision.

Room temperature display.

Monitor features:

DECT signal.21 channels.Up to 300m range and out of range indicator.1 parent unit included - portable.2 way talk - allows you to reassure and comfort from another room.Temperature display - for added peace of mind.

Video features:

1.8 inch colour screen.Wall mountable camera.Zoom function.Features infra red night vision so you can see your baby in the dark.

Power features:

Power saving mode.Low battery indicator.Parent unit includes mains adaptor - batteries required for parent unit 1 x rechargeable (included).Baby unit includes mains adaptor - (not included).
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we had this and the picture quality is poor.
Have also had one of these things. Terrible video quality and not recommended.
Yes, this is not HD quality, but you don't need that.
Does it trigger sound when baby or child awakes? Yes
Can you see when they are sat up? Yes

Highly recommended from us, we had two in 4 years.
Just don't wrap or coil the plug wire, as it is flimsy and will split away from plug, hence why we had two, as replacement leads are hard to find.
Might be better with something like this and smart phone - seems to get reduced every now and then ebuyer.com/668…sic
I can only agree with comments about poor video quality - it's so bad I personally don't see any value in the video function and would either get a better quality one (which I appreciate is a lot more expensive) or just stick to an audio only one.
lanc1979

Yes, this is not HD quality, but you don't need that.Does it trigger … Yes, this is not HD quality, but you don't need that.Does it trigger sound when baby or child awakes? YesCan you see when they are sat up? YesHighly recommended from us, we had two in 4 years.Just don't wrap or coil the plug wire, as it is flimsy and will split away from plug, hence why we had two, as replacement leads are hard to find.



Agree with lanc1979, had it for 2 weeks now and it does the job. Not sure why you'd need HQ video to watch your little darlings sleep...or likely not sleep being the case.
I have a Logi Circle camera picked up from an Amazon Lightning deal for under £70 if I remember correctly. It's very good - while they claim 1080p resolution I suspect it's closer to 720p but definitely very, very clear even at night with the IR LEDs on; you get free 24h cloud recording which you can access easily on the mobile; the Android and iOS apps are stable and work perfectly on 4G. It also comes with a clever design touch which allows you to remove the camera from it's charging ring and take it with you for a few hours as it has a built in battery - very useful if you take your kiddo to another room for a few hours.

For the price, however OP's deal is pretty good for a video monitor of even moderate quality so heated.

texaspetey

Might be better with something like this and smart phone - seems to get … Might be better with something like this and smart phone - seems to get reduced every now and then http://www.ebuyer.com/668952-trendnet-tv-ip743sic-wifi-baby-monitoring-camera-tv-ip743sic


Scare-mongering I know; but when there's websites out there with links to people's wi-fi cameras, I'd prefer an off line baby monitor over a wi-fi one - they used to work fine without wi-fi; why the need to have it wi-fi (and potentially hackable?).
I know it's down to bad passwords on the wi-fi or camera itself, but still, I'd take offline over picture quality any day.
Oh, and two way talk.
What parent would ever use this function - I spend enough time convincing the kids that ghosts / monsters etc. aren't really real and their rooms are safe as ever. Why would I then make the room talk to them?!?!? They would never sleep again. Ever.

"It's the burglars breaking in through the window, that's what you wanna be worried about" :-)
lanc197913 h, 21 m ago

Oh, and two way talk.What parent would ever use this function - I spend …Oh, and two way talk.What parent would ever use this function - I spend enough time convincing the kids that ghosts / monsters etc. aren't really real and their rooms are safe as ever. Why would I then make the room talk to them?!?!? They would never sleep again. Ever."It's the burglars breaking in through the window, that's what you wanna be worried about" :-)


I'd use it to ask the OP to bring a cup of tea up
If you can find the 622, it's a huge upgrade on video quality.
Really really good stuff! No issues after 3 years!
lanc1979

Oh, and two way talk.What parent would ever use this function - I spend … Oh, and two way talk.What parent would ever use this function - I spend enough time convincing the kids that ghosts / monsters etc. aren't really real and their rooms are safe as ever. Why would I then make the room talk to them?!?!? They would never sleep again. Ever."It's the burglars breaking in through the window, that's what you wanna be worried about" :-)



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