|Product Dimensions||6.65 x 12.32 x 2.92 cm; 113.4 Grams|
|Item Model Number||MBP667Connect|
|Batteries||1 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Additional product features||Video, Smartphone_compatible|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Style||2.8\" Screen - 1 Camera|
|Power source type||Battery|
|Battery life||9.5 Hours|
|Standing screen display size||2.8 Inches|
|Item Weight||113 g|
Motorola MBP667CONNECT 2.8" Video Baby Monitor with Wi-Fi Viewing, Digital Zoom, Two-Way Audio, and Room Temperature Display
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- Wi-Fi and 2.4 GHz FHSS wireless connectivity - view at home on included monitor or while away on compatible smart devices
- 2.8" diagonal color screen with room temperature display
- Digital zoom and infrared night vision
- Two-way communication and 5 lullabies
- Expandable up to 4 cameras (sold separately, model: MBP67CONNECT-G)
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This Motorola 2.8" Video Baby Monitor with Wi-Fi enables you to keep an eye on things while at home on the handheld parent unit and away on compatible smartphones, tablets, and computers. The Hubble app allows you to receive sound, motion, and temperature notifications to your compatible viewing device so you can always stay connected to what’s going on. The handheld in-home monitor boasts a 2.8" diagonal color screen, and the two-way communication feature allows you to communicate without being in the same room. Plus digital zoom and infrared night vision ensure that you have the perfect view of your child, day or night. Motorola 2.8" Video Baby Monitor with Wi-Fi. Watch them dream. From anywhere.
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Cons - The night camera is so terrible though we are basically throwing it away and going with a much cheaper indoor security camera from ring and an audio only monitor. No pan capability also is terrible. It also came with no mounting hardware which is really ridiculous.
Seller was on par with amazon standards.
Reviewed in Canada on 17 December 2017