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We take it with us to my moms,etc. So I just thought it would be easier for her to use. In addition I felt I might have a want to just watch the video monitor and felt like I could just as well have him sleeping next to me then because I'd get about as much done ;) I also have 2 older boys and this is like what we had for them, so it's what I know and am completely comfortable with. Plus the range is great, as I could take it outside without having to have it plugged in.
Jan 7, 2014 by sammr7
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I disagree that two units work properly together. I bought a second set of these same monitors to use with our second baby and they repeatedly interact with each other and lose the link to the base. I called VTech and was told that they run on the same frequency, so this will likely continue to be a problem. I would not recommend using two at the same time.
Nov 8, 2014 by Zachary K.
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no, you can use it plugged in.
Nov 24, 2012 by Book Lover #52
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We have 2 sets in our house and it works great!! They don't interfere with each other at all.
Feb 24, 2013 by becky
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Just the Parent Unit. The Baby unit needs to be plugged in.
Jan 19, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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Same question from me...I cannot use it in Europe :(
Apr 10, 2013 by Steeve P.
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Depends how long you have been using it. When we first bought it it lasted 8-9 hrs. After about two months of use (not usually longer than a few hours unplugged) it has dropped to around 5 hours.
Mar 24, 2013 by forand
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We found it to not pick up a signal when we were nowhere near 1000 feet away from our house; more like only about 200' away. Big disappointment. It wouldn't pick up the signal from our house when I was just across the street in our neighbor's house, and you lose reception even faster if you have a more solid wall like plaster or brick instead of drywall. We live in a city so not sure if there were other interfering signals from home wireless networks or radio.
Feb 8, 2014 by K Kennaugh
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I have used and currently own the Vtech tat comes with one parent unit and two baby units. Placing all units in separate rooms works fine. no issues at all. I have not had other systems at home at the same time to check for interference between systems, but these are digital, should work fine.
May 5, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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