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Safety 1st High-Def Digital Video Monitor


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  • Indoor and outdoor range of more than 650"
  • Auto-night vision
  • Auto channel selector
  • Low battery and out of range indicators
  • Rechargeable parent unit with belt clip
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions3.2 x 9.2 x 11.2 inches
UPC052181082801
Item model number8280
Batteries:3 AAA batteries required. (included)
Batteries requiredYes
  
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ASINB0012IYFO6
Best Sellers Rank #71,735 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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The Safety 1st High-Def Digital Monitor provides a 100% clear connection anytime, anywhere. The state of the art wideband audio clarity ensures no static, no interference, and guaranteed privacy while monitoring. It has a remote digital zoom and pan. The DataLock technology means no dropped picture or sound. The baby unit is battery operated or can be plugged in. It has secure sound lights.

Product Description

The Safety 1st High-Def Digital Color Video Monitor provides a 100% clear connection anytime, anywhere. Its state of the art wideband audio clarity ensures no static, no interference, and guaranteed privacy while monitoring. DataLock technology means no dropped picture or sound. Indoor/outdoor range is 650+ ft.

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Customer Reviews

The sound quality is very good.
Haley's Mom
As it is, it's a round button that you have to hold down for a few seconds, then this light ring turns green, or sometimes orange, or sometimes does nothing.
J. Polhamus
In summary, I highly recommend the Safety 1st High-Def Digital video monitor.
Dan Mueth

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99 of 102 people found the following review helpful By sluri on April 14, 2008
Just got the item delivered today. I did pay a whole lot less then the $349.99 price amazon has it for right now. (and don't buy it from wizard entertainment, they had it [...], and then cancelled my order stating that it was out of stock, and then they have it listed here again, scam artists)
First, the box is nicely configured and when you open it, everything is there to see (some may think this is crazy but i purchased/returned a swat system and the thing was a pain in the butt to get out and put back in)
2nd, hooked it up and there is NO interference.... thats right, NO interference, none.... NO popping sounds, NO dropping picture, NO neighbors kid.... NOTHING... just very, very clear picture and sound. since I just got the system and hooked it up, I have not used the night vision or the zoom in/out, pan features. It seems pretty straight forward to use from the handset. The screen on the handset is somewhat on the small size but the clarity and the quality is pretty good.
I thought the camera and the handset would be a whole lot heavier but they seem to be pretty well made. When you put in the rechargable batteries in the handset make sure you unscrew the little screw at the bottom (or read the directions). So the handset comes with rechargable batteries and a power plug. The camera does not come with the batteries (even though you can run it on batteries) I am not sure about placing rechargable batteries in it.
I will update my review with more info, but so far, comparing it to other monitors, this seems to work flawlessly. I am amazed that no one had come up with this technology before. So my first impression of the item is very good and I would definitely recommend it.

**update 1** 4/25/08 ** tried the item with night vision and it is pretty good.
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By J. Polhamus on August 10, 2009
I've been an industrial designer working on product designs for 10 years, so I'm a bit obsessed with details and with products that work in a simple, elegant way. (not saying that makes my opinion more valid, just providing some context) This product is adequate, is better than it's direct competitors, and has some nice high points, but overall is still flawed.

We bought this to replace our Summer non-digital video monitor, which we have LOVED for 2 years due to it's awesome picture quality, simplicity, and reliability. We needed to replace it due to the fact that our neighbor bought the same Summer monitor and the audio interference became unbearable as a result. So, we had to go digital to avoid the interference issues.

This Safety 1st monitor is the 3rd digital video monitor that we have tried. The Safety 1st "high def" monitor is the best of the three that we tried, but still has some flaws and makes me wish we could still use the non-digital Summer that we love.

Quick review of the "other" monitors we tried:
I should say that we first tried the Summer "best view" digital monitor to replace our Summer non-digital. Since we loved the non-digital, we thought this would be a great upgrade. Wrong. The monitor has a handheld unit and a remote that allows you to pan and zoom. It's obvious that Summer spent all of their development and part costs on this pan and zoom feature, because the rest of the product feels cheap. The camera unit feels like it would break if you dropped it on carpet, and is huge and clunky with flashing green lights that I'm sure my toddler would love to wake up and talk about at 4am.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Haley's Mom on August 5, 2008
I recently purchased this video monitor for use in our home, to replace the Summer Infant Handheld video monitor we were NOT happy with. I spent hours reading reviews of all the monitors I could find online. I am happy with my purchase. I believe this monitor was a good choice, although it's not perfect. Here's my review:

1. PICTURE. This monitor has by far the best picture of any baby video monitor I have seen. That being said, it is NOT "high-def" to the standards of a high-def television. It is high def compared to other monitors currently available. 5 STARS.

2. SOUND. The sound quality is very good. There is a soft "whoosh" of interference that is constantly in the background when the receiver is on. I have never seen a monitor that didn't have that interference, and this is better than most. The microphone appears to be very sensitive and picks up my child's smallest sounds. 4 STARS.

3. RECEPTION. The reception is unparalleled in my opinion. There is only an occasional blip of interference on one side of the picture that resolves quickly. We walked three houses away on either side of our house before we lost reception. Needless to say the reception inside our home and in our yard is flawless. Even several houses away the reception didn't degrade in quality - it was perfect until it was lost, displaying a lost connection symbol. A few steps back toward our house restored perfect reception again. Additionally, the monitor does not appear to conflict with our wireless internet in any way. 5 STARS.

4. PAN/TILT. This monitor advertises the ability to pan and tilt. If you are picturing being able to remotely control the camera to move in any direction, that's not what it does.
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