|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 23 x 23 cm; 720 Grams|
|Item Model Number||BM3500|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||720 g|
VTech BM3500 Safe & Sound Tilt & Pan Video & Audio Baby Monitor
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- VGA camera with motorised pan and tilt, infra-red for night use, digital zoom & patrolling (with purchase of additional baby units), with all camera functions controlled from parent unit
- Parent unit with 2.8" colour display
- Temperature Sensor, be assured conditions are ideal for a restful sleep
- 5 lullabies with 5 level volume setting
- Speaker/microphone for 2 way communication - comfort your child from any room with the built-in intercom on the portable parent unit
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The VTech BM3500 Video and Audio monitor helps keep your child Safe and Sound. With a multitude of features this monitor gives you peace of mind, anytime, anywhere.
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But I have some issues with the product in particular battery and its alert of the low battery. For example I know that there should be full battery as the mornitor was on charge all the time and then you turn it on in a few minutes it will have Law battery alert. Once I switch off and then back on the monitor shows the battery is full. It woke me up in the middle of the night multiple times. I will be contacting manufacturers about that.
Second, once baby is mobile and you want to affix the monitor higher up, say to the side of the cot, you will only see 75% of the cot if not less as the camera does not go all the way down for better view. So we ended up installing the camera 1.5 m away from the cot to get the whole picture, but then you won’t see it in detail.
Third, there are issues with thermometer, it’s not accurate.