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Graco Secure Coverage Digital Baby Monitor with 2 Parent Units

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  • This baby monitor features advanced, secure digital technology for optimal clarity, performance and privacy.
  • Exclusive sound lights alert you to baby's call, even with volume turned off. Lights intensify with baby's sound, so you're always in sync with your little one.
  • Operates on the 900 MHz frequency, which means no interference from phones or microwaves. Extended 2000 feet range gives you plenty of room to roam.
  • Two parent units included.
  • Requires batteries.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 3.1 x 9.4 inches
OriginChina
UPC047406110285
Item model number1773029
Target genderUnisex
Additional product featuresWirelessDigital
Number of items1
Batteries requiredYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB004AHKUHW
Best Sellers Rank #3,093 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

With Graco’s Secure Coverage Digital Baby Monitor, you’ll enjoy a secure, clear, private connection with baby.
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Graco Secure Coverage Digital Baby Monitor with 2 Parent Units

Secure Digital Technology

Graco’s Secure Coverage Digital Baby Monitor with 2 Parent Units provides new parents with peace of mind, so that there is always a clear, private connection with baby. The advanced, secure digital technology means that you will enjoy optimal clarity, performance and privacy – you’ll hear and see your baby wherever you are around the home.

Interference Free

The Secure Coverage Digital Baby Monitor with 2 Parent Units operates on the 900 MHz frequency, which means that you won’t have any interference from household electronics and phones. No matter if you’re using a microwave or home phone, your monitor will work with a clear signal.

Room to Roam

When baby’s napping, you have the freedom to move around the home, thanks to the 2000 foot range which allows for complete household coverage.

Light Up

Sometimes it’s not convenient to hear baby’s call, but thanks to the handy sound lights, you’re still able to see baby’s call. The sound lights intensify with baby’s sound, so that you’re always in sync with your little one.

Two Parent Units

It’s convenient to have two parent units – along with one nursery unit – so that both parents or caregivers can stay in touch with baby.

Clip It

The parent unit features a convenient belt clip, so that you can enjoy wear-it-with you convenience. That way, your hands are always free for other household duties or even to check in on baby in person.

Charge Up

Never get caught without power on your parent unit, thanks to the low battery alarm that alerts you that it’s time to charge up.

Key Features:
  • Two parent units and one nursery unit allow both parents to monitor baby
  • Low battery alarm reminds you to charge the parent unit
  • elt clip gives active parents wear-it-with-you convenience

Customer Reviews

Easy set up, very clear reception, and great sound quality!
Jennifer Eldred
I have the two parent unit model, and the first parent unit stopped working after about 6 months and the second parent unit just stopped working after about a year.
Raydur
If I have the volume up, I will hear any and all background noise.
LRam1018

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189 of 194 people found the following review helpful By Andy Rowell on April 23, 2011
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Summary: This monitor, redesigned in 2010, is a solid basic monitor with two receivers and has clear sound quality. We have had four monitors with our three kids. Here are six pieces of advice I would give after buying this fourth monitor.

(1) Baby monitors, which are on every night and for naps during the day for years, tend to wear out so it is worth keeping your receipt in case it breaks. With the continual use, it is perhaps understandable that they wear out faster than phones and other electronics.
(2) The documentation on this unit says "copyright Graco 2010" and all of the Amazon reviews are from 2011. This suggests to me that this was redesigned in 2010 so that those who review this unit and say things like, "We had this unit years ago and it broke" are probably talking about an earlier version of the product. Here's hoping it has been improved. It seems solid so far.
(3) This is a basic audio monitor with two receivers. It is simple. You set up the transmitter near the baby and then you have two receivers with which to hear the baby. We put one receiver in the kitchen and one in the parents' bedroom but of course you can put them anywhere and move them around wherever. The receivers also light up and vibrate to notify you the baby is awake but in my experience parents rarely rely on these features. Most all the products have at least the lighting feature.
(4) A basic audio monitor is probably all you need but I would probably get a video monitor today if we were having our first baby because as a new parent you want to see what the child is doing in the crib. Back in 2005 when we had our first baby, video monitors were more expensive and rare.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Raydur on January 2, 2012
I have the two parent unit model, and the first parent unit stopped working after about 6 months and the second parent unit just stopped working after about a year. I was just about to go out and buy a new monitor when I happened upon the owners manual for these, which showed how to re-pair the nursery unit with a parent unit in the troubleshooting section. There is no reason this should have needed to be re-paired, but I thought, "what the heck, I'll give it a shot before going and spending money to replace them".

The process is simple:
With the parent unit off, press and hold the volume down button on the parent unit and then press the power button to turn it on. After a few seconds the unit should beep and all the lights should iilluminate briefly (this clears the old pairing information).
Release the volume down button. Then press and hold the volume down button again and within a few seconds the unit should beep again and all of the lights should come on and stay lit (this puts the unit in the mode where it can learn the new pairing information). Now simply place the parent unit within 5 feet of the nursery unit and turn on the power to the nursery unit. The parent unit should find the nursery unit once it's turned on and you have now paired the two together. Repeat this process for other parent units if necessary.

Other than these units losing their pairing information, they have been very good for the price. The volume is good, the clarity and sensitivity is excellent, there is very minimal static, battery life is very good, and the vibration feature is actually useful at times. The range is absolutely no where near 2000ft, which is it's biggest negative. If they say 2000ft on the box then I would expect to get at least half that in real world use.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Jeanette Schaffert on January 12, 2011
Bought this when my daughter was 2 months old. Was so easy to set up and I absolutely love that you can plug it in to an outlet because I am horrible at remembering to charge things. If you do unplug it it will stay charged for 8 hours+, just make sure you charge it correctly when you first purchase it. The clarity is amazing. I can hear her over the noise maker in her bedroom when she is wiggling around. She is 6 months old now and I've decided to get a monitor with a video screen because I wake her up every time I check on her, but other than that if you do not prefer a screen I highly recommend this product.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Sue Ellen Sherblom on March 1, 2011
I'm sure the model numbers have changed, but this looks identical to the one we bought through Amazon about 4 years ago. For the last two years it has transmitted from a shed-row barn about 225' from our block house. Throughout the night, we hear every snuffle and glug-glug as clearly as if we were in the barn ourselves. Although the transmitter is protected from the rain and snow, it is subject to the same oppressive humidity levels as anything else above the wet low-end of the property just behind it. The horses require that no climate-control devices be used, so the base unit transmits continuously from an unheated/uncooled barn through temperatures ranging from 15 to 100 degrees. In the summer, an air-circulator drowns out most other sounds, but we can still hear the most important ones. The unit beeps a warning when a power flicker requires that it be reset (unplugged and replugged).
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T-Dawg on August 11, 2011
We've had this for the past 3 months now, and it works awesome!
When we brought our daughter home, she was in her own room and crib. We setup the monitor in there so we can hear her while we sleep at night. Any movement or sound she made we heard...which at first was a little annoying...but we got used to the movements but woke up to the cries.

Anyways, the life of the battery is awesome! We would have it on for 10 - 11 hours without any problems (and probably could go to 24 hours without a charge).

To comment about those who've said that it is the worst device: to what I can read, you have battery and distance issues. To start off, "all technology is NOT CREATED EQUAL". With that, statistically you few people are those who would get the not so great lasting batteries. If that is the case, just get it replaced through amazon for free.

Second of all, distance. Yes it says 2000 feet, but you have to realize that is without any interference (buildings (that range from bricks, cinder-blocks, and thick buildings), chain-link fences, etc...). For instance, I can get about 300 feet from my apartment to the garbage container (which there are five buildings between my apartment and garbage), by then the signal will flicker in and out.

So in summary, this is an awesome product and I highly recommend it. And when you do buy it, take account of:
- Where the monitor base is (with the baby)
- What kind of walls are the rooms made of (Brick, cinder-block, concrete, etc)...If any of these, the signal will decrease.
- Test out how far you can go before the signal fades away.
- Charge the battery immediately when you get the Baby Monitor (I believe it is 3 hours to charge....but check the instructions). If the battery life doesn't last more than 2 hours (my opinion), then contact Amazon to get it replaced for free.
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