The one thing I dreaded buying before Liam was born was a baby monitor. There are so many to choose from, and how in the world do you pick one that works best for your family? I hate to admit that I picked up the simplest baby monitor I could find and was done.
Well, that ended up backfiring because I have had to replace our monitor already (Liam isn’t even two)! Summer Infant approached me to see if I wanted to try and review the all-new Summer Infant Baby Pixel Cadet Monitor and because our old one was not working… I said YES.
The Summer Infant Baby Pixel Cadet Monitor is perfect for our family, and here is why…
- It has a 4.3inch color video monitor with an automatic night vision. And I can actually Liam when it’s dark.
- The Baby Pixel Cadet features patent-pending SleepZone technology that alerts (it makes a beeping sound) me if Liam has moved out of the virtual boundary box… this is especially great for night time!
- Baby Pixel Cadet has a 3-level zoom, and I can view Liam’s entire room remotely with the remote camera steering that pans, tilts, and zooms from the parent handheld device. #thisishowparentsseeeverything ?
- Other convenience features include a nursery temperature display, two-way talk back to baby, lullabies, white noise, and a voice-activated screen wake-up.
We have so much going on in our house, having a quality monitor that I can count on makes things a bit easier, and one less thing to worry about!
Have you tried (or own) any Summer Infant baby monitors? If so, comment below!
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