I received a sample of this product for purposes of this review, but this post was written by me and reflects my honest opinion.
I had my baby boy several months ago, and he is just now getting to the point where I can lay him down in his crib, and if I am really lucky, he will fall asleep. These days though, he is more aware of the environment around him, so mobiles and lights are great for him.
VTech released a new line of baby monitors last month that have some really cool new features, one of which is a glow-on-ceiling night light, and I was super excited to try out their new Safe & Sound® Digital Audio Baby Monitor.
Here are the details on the monitor, and you’ll see why I love it:
- 1,000 feet of range (great for when I want to garden in my backyard, but still hear and know what’s going on with my little one inside)
- Glow-on-ceiling night light (this is my favorite feature)
- Backlit display on the parent unit
- Talk-back intercom (so you can soothe your little one if you’re in the bathtub, for instance)
- Vibrating sound-alert on the parent unit
- DECT 6.0 digital technology (this means no creepy people eavesdropping on you or your baby)
- Secure audio technology
- Soothing lullaby (my son loves the songs on this monitor, which makes me love it)
- Rechargeable battery with low-battery alert on the parent unit (genius.)
- 5-level sound indicator
- Belt clip (let’s be honest and call that a “dad” feature)
- Volume control
The projection on the wall is definitely my favorite feature, along with the lullaby music it plays. The VTech Safe & Sound® Digital Audio Baby Monitor combines three really useful parenting tools in one device: a baby monitor so you know what’s going on when you’re not in the room, soothing music for baby, and a light projection to keep him calm while he drifts off to sleep.
As a mom of a young baby, I understand that anything that makes mom’s life a little easier is a blessing. We need all the help we can get!
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