• Infrared night vision camera ensure excellent video quality • 3-inch colour screen with room temperature display • Movement sensor pad monitors movement with adjustable sensitivity settings • Long distance range, up to 300 metres with out-of-range indicator • Two-way talkback feature and fully digital sound to reassure baby from afar
Extended Product Description Enjoy peace of mind while your baby sleeps, with the Closer to Nature Digital Video and movement monitor that uses FHSS digital technology for interference-free monitoring. It combines all the features of our Sound & Movement monitor – such as two way talkback, remote nightlight and room temperature display to see if your baby’s room is too hot or too cold. With a 3-inch colour screen on the parent unit to ensure great picture quality of your baby, while at night the infrared night vision camera that ensures video quality is excellent, even in the dark. The Digital Video Monitor also comes with a detachable sensor pad designed to fit under your baby’s mattress and sounds an alarm if no movement is detected after 20 seconds – for added reassurance. Intuitively designed, the monitor looks spectacular, sleek, and ultra-modern with soft touch keys for ease of use. Its long distance range of 300 metres (depending on surrounding conditions) relays every single sound and movement made by your baby to the parent unit.
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