Motorola MBP28 Digital Video Baby Monitor - £44.99  Was £89.99 Half Price, R&C @ Argos
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Motorola MBP28 Digital Video Baby Monitor - £44.99 Was £89.99 Half Price, R&C @ Argos

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Found 19th May 2013
closer eye on your baby for safety and peace of mind with the Motorola MBP28 two inch baby monitor. This video monitor comes with a camera. It has a range of up to 200 metres and you can talk to your baby from whichever room you are in, with the portable parent unit.

Model number: MBP28.
Baby monitor features:

DECT signal.
10 channels.
Up to 300m range and out of range indicator.
1 parent unit included - portable.
2 way talk - allows you to reassure or comfort your baby from another room.
General information:

Volume control.
Mute function on parent unit.
5 lullabies.
Temperature display - for added peace of mind.
Video features:

2 inch colour screen.
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 NiMh (included).

10 Comments

Any idea if any good?

nice find
heat

Andyjbs

Any idea if any good?


my daughter has this for my grandson, personally I think there fantastic, some people slate the picture quality but you dont really need the highest definition picture to see whats going on

S4MM1E

my daughter has this for my grandson, personally I think there fantastic, … my daughter has this for my grandson, personally I think there fantastic, some people slate the picture quality but you dont really need the highest definition picture to see whats going on


Cheers looks good for the price.

Expensive for the actual "technology" you get...

Get a 'proper' ip camera that connects to your router then you can obtain the camera image/sound on your pc, laptop, iPad, iPod, iPhone and Android devices.
Can pan/tilt from your pc/phone/ipad etc Can also record to devices too.
Auto switches to infra red at night

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I've stuck mine with temporary sticky pad to the end of the cot
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 20th May 2013

Here's a screengrab:
http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/9837/cotq.jpg

Actully i think this is the one I bought, but I'm pretty sure it's just a re-branded Foscam

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Edited by: "BritishDragon" 20th May 2013

For the tech savvy, you can also view the camera's when connected to external wifi networks (and over 3G data (but laggy)), if you configure a port forward and have a static ip (or pay about £20 per year for a static address from dyndns (or similar)

Hi britishdragon thinking about using an IP cam instead of baby monitor are they easy to set up and would using only an iphone and android phone be good enough or is a laptop/desktop reccomended?
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