Thursday, November 27, 2014

Motorola MBP36S Multi-Unit Video Baby Monitor

I don’t know about you, but over the years raising my 4 kids I have grown to be a bit obsessed about having the best stuff in helping me raise my kids. As a mom of 4 little ones (ages 8, 6, 2, and 4 months), I depend on having the highest technology because they just seem to get harder to split attention between them all. I received the Motorola MBP36S Multi-Unit Video Baby Monitor to review, and I'm IMPRESSED.

When I first got the  Motorola MBP 36S Video Monitor I had just transitioned my baby to her room and was using an old-school black and white video monitor from two years ago. My screen is tiny and although it had night vision on it I wasn’t able to see much when I put my baby in her swing at night (she had lots of bouts of acid reflux). Now, fast forwarding to this beauty! First of all, this is definitely the latest and greatest! I worry about privacy, so synching up to be able to see the baby on my phone wasn’t what I wanted. After all, who HASN'T seen that story about how the stranger hacked in to the baby’s video monitor system? Seriously, just ask the Google. 

I set the monitor up and the first night using it was great! Not only can I see the little movement of the swing (this baby also has reflux), but I can see if her eyes are open or not and if she is moving her body. Not only does it have a large hand held screen, but I was able to pan left or right when I was peeking in on my husband moving my baby from the swing to the bed and I was also able to use the two way button to tell him to bring the diaper pail out of the room on his way out! Cloth diaper laundry y'all. The struggle is real.

I have even discussed getting multiple cameras for our other children's rooms, and even their playroom. Yes, multiple cameras mamas. This thing is fantastic. You can hook up to FOUR cameras to the one unit. Our eight year old is an occasional sleepwalker, and having this would ensure her safety if she starts sleepwalking during the night. Our children play together great, but we have a play room on the second floor. Even though I know they get along most of the time, it is fantastic to be able to peek in on them while they're playing and I'm downstairs in my office or cooking dinner. Better? I don't have to bellow and yell throughout the house to have them come downstairs, so I don't have to worry about waking my youngest if she's having an off schedule nap and I need to call the older ones down for meals.

On top of the clarity, large screen, and multi-functionality of this beauty it has a temperature monitor so I don’t freak out about how cold it is in the room (being in winter sometimes has me worried I have too much or too little heat for my little one), but it also has little lullabies that I can play for her when I utilize this for nap time! The price is on point for the technology and is truly is worth every single dime!

Here's the specs on the Motorola MBP36S Multi-Unit Video Monitor:
  • Wireless technology 2.4 GHz FHSS
  • 3.5” diagonal screen
  • Remote pan, tilt and zoom
  • Crystal clear two-way communication
  • Infrared night vision
  • Room temperature display
  • 5 lullabies
  • Sound level indicator
  • Volume control
  • Range up to 590 feet
  • Out-of-range alert
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Low battery alert
  • Flip out stand (on parent unit)
  • Expandable up to 4 cameras (additional baby units sold separately, Model: MBP36BU)
  • View two units simultaneously with picture-in-picture technology

This is the TOP safety item Michelle wants for the twins and Nugget's rooms. Keep a watchful eye on your baby with the Motorola MBP36S Digital 3.5” Video Baby Monitor. Order yourself a Motorola MBP36S Video Monitor from Buy, Buy Baby today!

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  2. This is so cool. I don't know how we survived without these growing up.


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