Wireless Motorola MBP26 Video Baby Monitor and Sensor Review
Motorola MBP26 is a wireless digital video baby monitor and sensor that will give you assurance about your little one resting peacefully. Two way communications help you keep an eye on your baby in whatever time of day, or night.
Highlighted Features Point:
- 2.4” improved quality colour LCD screen with digital pan and tilt
- With infrared night vision camera to live streaming your baby while in the dark
- Talk and soothe your baby during nap time with Two-Way Communication
- 2.4 GHz wireless technology for clear audio and video monitoring
- Up to 520 foot coverage area with ”Out-of-range” warning
- FHSS technology reliable cordless connection and data encryption
- Sound monitoring will be on into standby mode of parent unit
FHSS technology Motorola MBP26 is a decent mid price range wireless video baby monitor. It is much better product in all listed products by other top brands that comes into this segment. Without any doubt you can say, it’s solid and reliable and all work well selection. Although! Some comments and feedback shows it has lacks of night light and temperature display features. But you don’t forget this is mid-range item and price effects on features. After this in this amount giving you many reasons which a high-range wireless baby monitors would provide you like sensitive microphone and crystal clear sound.
Why Buy Motorola MBP26?
Motorola in this price range offering highly-functional Digital Video Baby Monitor, image quality and sound. Daytime or night time mode provides you good pictures. It is portable and easy to use for first time and single parents. The two-way communication will make your presence with baby all the time and the sound of your voice gently soothe them back to sleep. In short as you want, it does the whole thing it should do and well.
Why Not go For This Product?
It seems a decent baby monitor Motorola, but there are some niggles that we can’t ignore. The battery life, after full charge it works around 3.5 hours that’s not so bad but a backup of extra two hour would have been more helpful because you can’t stay with your baby consistently if you’re working mom/dad/single parent or need to go outside for shopping or dinner. But the very depressing drawback is, if your children’s room is not pitch black, its infra-red “Night Vision Mode” can turn on a bit too soon.
The MBP26 is a baby monitoring product by Motorola. It is not physical but digital, still give you great feature when your infant moving around in the room. Without stay in the room, you can put your baby down for a nap because you have peace of mind to knowing digital signal communication is secure. In my opinion you will spend money well for best baby monitor, to hear every peep.
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