|Color||Gooseneck Baby Monitor Mount|
|Package Dimensions||12.01 x 9.4 x 9.3 cm; 281 Grams|
Baby Monitor Mount, Universal Baby Camera Holder Baby Camera Stand for Crib Nursery, Compatible with Infant Optics DXR-8 and DXR-8 PRO
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- GET THE BEST VIEW OF YOUR BABY – 360 Degree Rotating Clip Reasonable Adjustment Monitor Lens, flexible to bend and rotate it to change the baby monitor position as required. Give you complete view of your sleeping baby.
- NO DAMAGE TO WALL AND FURNITURE – NO sticking and no drilling, strong and sturdy clamp holds your devices securely.
- STABLE: The bottom clip holder can be securely mounted on end table , crib, bed, shelf, window sill or other Furniture etc. A non-slip silicone base won't scratch the surface of your furniture.
- PORTABLE AND EASY TO TAKE WITH YOU - Unlike a permanently affixed baby monitor shelf or wall mount, this monitor holder can easily be disassembled and folded into a compact shape. You can comfortably take it with you on your travels, vacation or an overnight stay
- NOTE -Compatible with Infant Optics DXR-8/DXR-8 PRO. Designed for baby monitor camera with 1/4 threaded hole (threaded connect). MONITOR ARE NOT INCLUDED. Don't set the monitor above your baby, it may fall off from the crib if the holder is not tightened.
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The clamp itself is nice and tight, and successfully holds the whole assembly to whatever you clamp it to, but unfortunately the gooseneck is too loose and droopy. When I angle it over a bassinet in an upright position, it won't stay fixed in the position I need. It gets even worse if you try to clamp it facing downward and bend the gooseneck into a U shape to keep the camera upright. It doesn't ever really "settle" in my use-case, it just keeps drooping until the gooseneck rests against something rigid.
Another negative is the method of mounting the Infant Optics camera - It requires the use of an adhesive on the front end, which doesn't allow for repeated mounting/dismounting. It would have been much more effective if there was some sort of mechanical latch to keep it from sliding out from the bolt catch instead.
Perhaps this would work with lighter cameras, or less picky use cases, but I really do need the camera to be fixed in place for this to be an effective infant monitor mount. I will be keeping it, as it does allow me to mount the camera upside down in some positions I couldn't previously do... but I will have to figure out how to deal with the adhesive wearing out for it to continue to be useful.