It’s time to buy a baby monitor! The place to buy it is Target, and the brand to buy is Motorola!
“Keep a watchful eye on your baby with this Motorola MBP36 remote wireless video baby monitor. The Motorola 3.5″ video baby monitor features a color LCD screen, infrared night vision and sound indicator lights. The parent receiver on this digital baby monitor lets you zoom, pan and rotate the camera, so Baby will never be out of your sight. The full color 3.5” LCD display shows real-time video and sound in your baby’s room with up to 25 FPS video playback. Infrared night vision allows you to check in without turning on the light. The MBP36 allows you to remotely pan, tilt and zoom the video image as needed. 2.4GHz FHSS technology offers a reliable connection for better range and less chance of a dropped signal. The MBP36 video baby monitor features five lullabies built-in and is equipped with a room temperature sensor which is reported on the receiver’s LCD display.”
I fear if I had this when my son was an infant, I may never have slept. 10 years ago it was all about the sound only baby monitor, I can still remember waking up every time he coughed! I believe these video devices were just coming onto the market and they were not only very expensive, but they certainly did not work as well as today’s or have all the capabilities this monitor has.
If this device was available when my son was an infant I would probably spend a lot of time just watching him, waiting for him to roll over, and then still run in and check his breathing (sometimes I still do that and he is 10!).
I can’t believe how far technology has come, this device is wireless, had infrared night vision, and my favorite of course is the lullabies! I did run in and sing (off-key) to my son when he was little and soothe him, and have many sleepless nights for myself. This baby monitor would have helped me to sleep better!
Isn’t it beautiful? And there’s more!
Receive a FREE Dr. Brown’s 8oz Baby Bottle 3pk with Purchase of a Motorola 3.5″ Digital Video Baby Monitor. Offer available online only.
Dr. Brown’s was the baby bottle I used for my adopted at birth infant son. I knew nothing and I did no research other than call my sister-in-law who was due to give birth to her third child 2 months after our son was due. I figured whatever baby bottle she was using would work for us. That is why my son was given formula in Dr. Brown’s bottles! I have since met the Dr. Brown folks at a “Baby Shower” blog event and thanked them profusely, it was a product that worked for us!
That would clinch the deal for me, the same baby bottles I used for my son as a free gift for buying this baby monitor!
Please check out the deal here, and shipping is free!
Specs are as follows:
- Features: Out of Range Indicator, Talk Back, Sound Activated Lights, Product Color LCD Screen, Low Battery Indicator, Monitor 1 Child/Room, Sound Level Indicator Lights, Wireless, Night Vision
- Includes: Instruction Manual, 1 Camera Base, 1 Handheld Video Monitor, AC Adapters
- Screen Size: 3.5 “
- Power Source: Battery-Powered, Electrical Plug-In
- Number of Channels: 1
- Wireless Frequency Band: 2.4 gigahertz
- Radio Range: 600 feet
- Dimensions: 1.02 ” H x 3.15 ” W x 4.8 ” D
- Weight: 0.37 Lb.
- Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
- Battery Required, included: 1 nickle metal hydride
Disclosure: This is a compensated post. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. Dr. Brown’s baby bottles are all I ever used as I was so instructed by my sister-in-law Allison, and they worked great!