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iBaby Monitor M3 WiFi Digital Video Monitor with Night Vision and Two-way Audio for iPhone and Android

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  • This is the older version of iBaby Monitor M3s. See below for the new version
  • Easy to use free iOS and Android Applications and viewable from PC or iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
  • Control the camera with a swipe of your finger on the App
  • Two way audio viewable from PC or iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
  • Image capture snaps pictures you an send or store
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Product Description

Style: M3

The first baby monitor with a revolutionary range of rotation and pivoting motion that you control from your phone, tablet, or PC . See and hear your baby anytime, anywhere. Unlike stationary monitors, the iBaby Monitor M3 follows your little one with a quick up/down, left/right swipe of your finger on the screen or your PC mouse. 360 ° Pan and 70 o Tilt. Unlimited Wi-Fi Streaming and Connection. Motion and Sound Alert Notifications. 2-way Audio. External Speakers Required. Up to 4 Devices and 4 Users Can View. Infrared Night Vision.Clear Video Resolution. Easy Plug and Play Set Up. Free iOS and Android App.

Product Information

Style: M3
Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions8.7 x 5.5 x 6.5 inches
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Item model numberM3S
Target genderUnisex
Number of items1
Compatible productsiOS_compatible
Power source typeBattery
Batteries requiredNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #33,067 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 pounds
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Customer Reviews

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262 of 268 people found the following review helpful By Christopher M. Frank on January 7, 2012
Style Name: M3
This product generally reviews poorly on various sites - so much so that had I researched it prior to picking it up on impulse at the local Apple store (figuring I could return it if necessary), I probably wouldn't have bothered. That said, I'm not sure if there have been upgrades since some of the early terrible reviews, but it seems to work fine for me. Setup wasn't difficult at all - following the instructions in the iBaby app resulted in an easy setup in about five minutes. I will say that I suspect some of the dissatisfied customers didn't understand that it has to be set up the first time with a wired connection to your router (cable is included, which is slightly surprising, but nice), but then can simply be unplugged and moved wherever you want it. I've had no significant trouble (except see below) accessing the camera on my local WiFi, over the Internet from different WiFi networks, or via AT&T's 3G network, with the expected latency depending on access method. I'll say that I'm not particularly fluent with wireless networking or webcams, so I would have returned the thing long before messing around with port forwarding or any of the other 'advanced user settings' that people have described having to use for various iOs based video monitors.

Beyond the quick setup guide included with the iBaby app, though, the documentation was comically bad. The device came packaged with a CD containing a PDF users guide, which appears to have been translated from Chinese either by a human who's never spoken to a native English speaker or by a computerized translation program. This quality of manual would be embarrassing for a $20 clock/radio bought at CVS. For an almost $200 device aimed at new parents and sold in the Apple Store, it's absolutely appalling.
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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By MamaGoat on January 5, 2014
Style Name: M3 Verified Purchase
I both love and hate this monitor. With my second baby I knew I wanted a video monitor, and after extensive research and review reading, decided this M3 monitor looked like the best option.

Pros: *Easy to set up. My husband and I both use it on our Ipod Touch 5 and it was a breeze to set up. You do have to plug it into your router the first time to activate it, but after that it's wireless.
*Clear good picture, even at night. The color is a little wonky, but we are mainly using it to see if the baby's really awake or just stirring around, not for award winning photos. The night vision is really clear and can easily see if baby's eyes are open, etc.
*Easy to maneuver around. With just a swipe of the finger you can move the camera around the room to see all corners.
*Easy to mount. Screws and anchors included, & literally took 5 minutes to mount.
*App is fairly easy to use. The software is simple to use, though it's pretty bare-bones.

Cons: *The 2-way audio only works if you add on speakers, not included.
*The cord is pretty short for a camera that needs mounted. Due to the tilt restrictions, there was no way to see into the baby's crib without mounting the camera and an extension cord was necessary. The camera plug is one of those big bulky ones, so we had to find something to rest it on halfway up the wall - kind of a hazard for something that's supposed to be installed in a baby room.
*The alerts don't work when my ios device goes to sleep. This is a BIG con...BIG.
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52 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Rob on November 28, 2011
Style Name: M3
I picked this up on a whim while at the local mall for our new baby two weeks ago. I had it up and running inside of 6 minutes, I downloaded the iPhone App, quickly connected to my WiFi network, (you will need to hard wire using the included cable for the initial setup). I then gave it a name, set up a password to connect and view the video feed and was ready to go. The camera does EXACTLY what they claim it does. The pan function works great and audio has a slight delay but is expected over WiFi. My wife can now keep an eye on the baby wherever she happens to be in the house. Works on our iPhones and iPads with no problems.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. DeMeo on December 17, 2013
Style Name: M2
They need to go back to the drawing board with this one. I received mine on Friday. While my son was napping I set it up in the kitchen to test it out. Worked great! So easy to set up. After dinner I installed it in my son's room. This time I couldn't get it to work. Turns out they were having network issues, and I wasn't able to log back on until Saturday morning. Then it was unstable all weekend, so it kept cutting out. Monday it went down completely again. When it came back up it was still unstable. You're at their mercy since there is no option to locally stream the video. You must go through their network. Their response after I contacted them? "Network errors happen sometimes." Nice. Not even an attempt to assure me this is an unusual situation or that their network is usually more stable than what I'd seen in the short time I'd owned the product. In sum, the product is completely unreliable as a baby monitoring device, and even when it works it's not that great. The companion app is buggy, the video is decent, but the sound is horrendous. It goes up and down in volume on its own. The sound and motion alerts are way too sensitive. The user manual claims there is a setting to adjust the sensitivity, but that is wrong. Maybe they copied that tidbit over from the manual for the M3? The only option for those settings is on or off. Thank goodness Apple has a decent return policy!
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