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Fisher-Price Sounds 'N Lights Monitor


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  • This monitor has sound lights that let you not only hear, but actually "see" the different levels of your baby's activity
  • There are two channels to minimize interference and for added convenience, a night light built into the transmitter for baby's room, and a low battery indicator
  • The receiver is AC-powered, or battery-powered for portability
  • Fisher Price Babygear Monitor
  • Age Range Birth to 3 Years
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions2.8 x 10.9 x 12.3 inches
OriginUSA
UPC027084296914
Item model numberJ1315
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Additional product featuresNightlight
Power source typeBattery
Batteries requiredYes
Alert typeLow Battery
Number of channels2
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009T2CB2
Best Sellers Rank #104,750 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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From the Manufacturer

SEE and hear baby’s call! For the mom who wants to stay in touch with baby, this monitor has sound lights that let you not only hear, but actually “see” the different levels of your baby’s activity. There are two channels to minimize interference and for added convenience, a night light built into the transmitter for baby’s room, and a low battery indicator Durable, flexible antennas allow for greater range and excellent clarity. And the receiver is AC-powered, or battery-powered for portability. Requires three “AA” batteries (not included).

Product Description

This monitor maintains all of the features that have made it successful in the past -- plus some new ones.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These monitors where terrible and i had to eat the money unfoutunitly for me.
S. Rummell
The F-P picked up an AM radio station in my apt complex, along with a lot of static if not placed in exactly the right spot...
Anonymous
It's obnoxious and you can barely hear noises from the child's room over the static noise.
Mommy to 2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By scientific mom on May 25, 2007
I picked this up as an inexpensive replacement for an old monitor that my toddler broke the ac adaptor on. A replacement adaptor was going to cost more than a new monitor, so...

The static isn't too bad for us - not any worse than the last monitor. Range is good. This is a good basic baby monitor and works for us.

HERE'S A TIP ABOUT STATIC FOR ANY BABY MONITOR - another appliance plugged into the same current can cause static, even if that appliance isn't running. That means ANY plug connected in the same line, such as all the outlets in a bathroom, all outlets in a kitchen, all those in a bedroom, etc. With my old monitor, for example, if we had it plugged into the same line as our cell phone adaptor across the room, there was HORRENDOUS static. (Ironically it was clearest if you wre running the toaster on the same current.) My electrical engineering hubby had to explain it to me!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Rummell on March 18, 2006
I bought 2 sets of these monitors because I wanted one in my 2 year olds room-he just moved to a twin bed, and I wanted one in the babies room. I stupidly took them both out the box before the baby was born, I set them up-the one in my oldests room worked great for what I needed it for...for 2 weeks! Then it just stopped working-i thought it was just a fluke and at the point he was used to being in his big boy bed so I didnt bother getting another monitor-or using the other one. The other monitor had so much static i wanted to throw it out the window. I used it for 4 nights, then went and bought a sony baby call. The extra money is worth it. These monitors where terrible and i had to eat the money unfoutunitly for me. I should have read the reviews before I bought these
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Doherty on January 18, 2006
This monitor is so bad it won't let you sleep at night. The static is horrible and I have to put my ear on the receiver to see if it was my son crying or just static.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Smith on March 17, 2006
Great if ou want to listen to AM radio as you sleep, but you will have to compete with whatever station or static you pickup just to hear your baby screaming. Will be returning/exchanging to try something different. Anyone who is getting crystal clear signals on this is lucky, as the Am bands that this unit is prone to receiving are not broadcasting anything in their area(s). I live in a large urban center that is inundated with all sorts of wavelengths at high amplitude 24 hours per day. The engineers who designed the manufacture of this product obviously were overruled by the accounting department.

Pay more money...you may get the same problem, but you can always exchange and try again.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Meli on February 20, 2007
While sometimes this works well, I'm frequently woken up in the middle of the night to static that wasn't there when I went to bed. It doesn't matter what channel it's on. I also get a random drumroll sound frequently.

If you like being woken up in the middle of the night because your monitor is a piece of crap, then I highly recommend this.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Smith on April 21, 2006
As the others have said...don't even bother with this monitor. We used it for almost 2 weeks, and had to return it. It was awful...so much static...and it ate batteries like crazy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MomOfTwins on February 2, 2007
This monitor was initially indispensable in caring for our twins. The default channel had too much static to use, but once we switched over to the 'B' setting, that stopped being a problem. I can hear everything through the monitor, even being able to distinguish between my two children breathing. I love the option to turn off the sound and see whether the babies are noisy - one of my girls HATED bedtime until she was a few months old, and this allowed us to let us see whether she was still crying after 5 minutes without having to go in the room or listen to the I-hate-bedtime screaming. After nine months of daily use, the receiver stopped working, but this is decent value for the price. I found that the Safety First monitor I bought picked up the sounds from this one's base, but with increased sensitivity. It would have been nice if the nightlight could be turned on without the monitor relaying sound, but the option to turn the nightlight off is fine.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on April 21, 2006
The Sony is far superior. The only thing I liked better about the Fisher Price is that the lights are more sensitive on the F-P model. In every other aspect, the Sony rocks!

The F-P picked up an AM radio station in my apt complex, along with a lot of static if not placed in exactly the right spot...
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