|Product Dimensions||10.4 x 14.9 x 15.2 cm; 344 Grams|
|Item Model Number||88306|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Additional product features||Video_sensor;room_temperature_sensor;lullaby;|
|Style||Video Monitor 6000|
|Power source type||Mains_operated|
|Standing screen display size||5 Inches|
|Handheld display size||5 Inches|
|Item Weight||344 g|
BT Video Baby Monitor 6000
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- 5 inch screen
- Temperature indication / 5 lullabies
- Remote control pan and tilt mechanism
- Long range of 250m outdoors and 50m indoors so you don't miss a sound
- Sound level lights for when you don't want to hear every snuffle, but you want to be alerted.Dimensions (PU) : Height96mm, Width164mm, Depth19mm, Dimensions (BU) Height : 152mm Width : 85mm Depth : 85mm, Weights ( PU) : 216g /Weights (BU) : 128g.Comes with BT 2 year manufacturer's
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The BT Video Baby Monitor 6000 is a high quality video baby monitor with an impressive 5 Inch screen and will give you peace of mind that your baby is resting or sleeping peacefully. With remote control pan and tilt you can set/adjust your monitor remotely so you can keep an eye on baby at your preferred view and never miss a moment. With the portable parent unit and 250 m range you can always keep an eye on your bundle of joy while you are moving around your home. The two way talk back feature allows you to reassure your baby that you are always there for them whilst you are busy or on the move, a useful tool to calm your baby remotely or when you are on your way to them. Also keep an eye on your baby when the lights are down with the night vision feature. There is also a choice of five lullabies to help calm, soothe and relax your loved one. Comes with 2-year manufacturer's warranty.
Parent unit, Baby unit, Mains power adaptors, AA rechargeable batteries, User guide
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First and foremost the best and unique thing about this monitor is that you can pan/rotate it using your parent unit. It is not like the other baby monitors which only zoom in. This physically turns like a moving cctv camera!
It picks up all the sounds you would expect and also has a talkback function. There are many lullabies too
There is a downside. The quality of the picture is not as fantastic as you would expect esp with such a large screen. It is definitely not anywhere near HD. However, we have gotten used to this.
The battery lasts a long time too and has a saver mode whereby the screen will switch off after a certain time e.g. 1 minute. Of course, the monitor remains active to pick up any sounds.
Overall i would definitely recommend this item. Despite the screen quality not being HD i am still happy with this and it has been the best monitor ive had. I will keep a check on this and review the feedback if need be
Edit: 16 months later and this monitor is still going strong. No battery issues, no problems with the screen. I am looking to purchase another one as a gift
Edited - 29th October. The camera has a constant light on whenever it is powered on. If my baby wakes up she is drawn to the light and stairs at the camera, especially during the night. If there was a way this could be turned off would be fantastic. I still think it's worth 4 stars, like I said before, I wouldn't be without this monitor now.
On the rare occurrence of this bug (so you can’t predict it), while the receiver is turned on and the volume is set to anything above mute, no sound comes out. The lights indicating sound work but no sound actually comes out. You have to turn the whole thing off and then back on again. This is a disaster if you are reliant on the sound to wake you up in the night. Have no idea how long our toddler was crying for just now!
How did this thing get past the essential QA stage for a critical baby monitoring product?
DO NOT BUY.
Perfect monitor for putting baby in their own room or leaving them to nap while out in the garden.
Parent Unit - large screen, a simple menu allowing you to pan/zoom easily. Haven't used the lullabies so can't comment.
Auto switch on/off of screen - this is a great idea and great to not have the screen blaring at you all night. Screen switches on automatically when noise is detected. Sometimes there's a slight delay in this when the noise baby makes is very low, which is a slight downside. Although it certainly would detect a cry just not always the odd sniffle.
Battery life - this hasn't been an issue as we keep it plugged in overnight and taken downstairs for naps/the period before we go to bed. You get four hours of battery life when unplugged from mains.
Baby Unit - easy to use, must be kept plugged in. The cord is reasonably long, would be even better for it to be longer so you can place it out of reach.
Night view - is clear and easy to view baby, switches on/off automatically. Picture isn't crystal clear yet you can easily see baby.
Sound quality - clear and easy to hear baby from within the recommended distance.
Instructions are clear and easy to use - handy little leaflet comes in the box. I would definitely recommend this monitor to even the most anxious parents. Good value for money - only thing that would improve this is if additional cameras were available.
There's functionality for additional cameras on the parent display until, yet BT aren't offering them for sale yet.
Given the price of this and what I actually need it for, I think this is a really good bit of kit.
The picture quality isn't pin point sharp like if you were watching something on your phone screen, but this cost way less than phones do. I think the image is beamed over radio (it definitely isn't my WiFi) so given that the quality is very good. I've seen complaints about the picture quality and particularly the night vision. Realistically you only need this to see and hear if the baby is crying. You don't need to be able to count the hairs on its head or see their eye colour. This monitor works excellently for that.
The camera unit can also play nursary rhymes which you control from the main unit. The sound on those is quite good, as good as a Teddy you squeeze and it plays a tune.
The fact that the camera angle can be remotely moved is a nice touch, but once I set it up to point at the crib/cot I haven't used that function since.
It has a feature where you can talk through the monitor. I haven't tried this to "sooth" the baby, but it is good if mum is in bed and I'm somewhere in the house and we can talk using it as an intercom so I can check if I'm needed as backup for a particularly explosive nappy change...