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Summer Infant Secure Sleep Digital Video Monitor with Temperature


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  • Colour LCD, new larger display screen 2.4 MHz and auto black and white (for night mode)
  • Multi channel for complete privacy and crystal clear sound
  • Sound activated light display, adjustable camera for best view of baby and temperature read out on a traffic light system
  • Mains or battery operated with out of range and low battery indicator
  • Portable parent unit with belt cliap, flip stand, rechargeable batteries (10 hours use), wall anchor and security clips for camera
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Model Number02631u
Item Weight962 g
Product Dimensions24.6 x 23.6 x 12.2 cm
Item model number02631u
  
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ASINB002IRV3FE
Best Sellers Rank 17,855 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 Kg
Date First Available23 July 2009
  
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The Secure Sleep handheld digital video monitor is for parents looking for the best handheld colour video and temperature monitor, giving peace of mind when monitoring their baby. The special parent unit uses a large high definition colour LCD screen ensuring a high quality clear picture at all times with crystal clear sound. This monitor also features a traffic light colour temperature system clearly warning on a large disc display whether the nursery temperature becomes too hot or cold. The large screen also adapts to day and night time lighting allowing parents to watch baby clearly. The Secure Sleep Monitor can also be used as a dual camera setup when an additional camera is purchased. This enables you to keep an eye on more than one baby if required.

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    31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Nic Ocean on 28 Nov 2009
    We had the Goscam monitor before this, which was a bit crackly, and we have been through three of them due to technical faults. We got this one and it was way better than the Goscam. The picture is much clearer, the sound is good quality, and there are warning lights for how loud it is in the baby's room, plus the one we got worked perfectly. The camera adjustment is fantastic - very flexible to point it directly at the baby, and very easy to wall mount with a single screw that is included. The microphone is pretty uni-directional, so you don't pick up much unwanted noise. The temperature gauge changes with small fluctuations rather than an average over a longer period of time, and is a bit strange that 18º is considered too cold, but it is pretty much in agreement with our digital temperature control in the room. The batteries automatically recharge when it is plugged in. The screen will automatically shut off after a set time if you haven't pressed any buttons in battery mode; you can turn it on and off manually when plugged in. You can also adjust the light for the temperature gauge (including having it turned off). The only downside we have found so far is that you cannot put batteries in the camera unit to use it while travelling and the battery hatch is locked down on the viewing unit so you cannot replace them quickly yourself (the manual says to only use their recommended ones - it comes with a set of rechargeable batteries in it).
    It saves us going into our baby's room to check to see what any noise is about by being able to see what is happening (black and white at night when it is pitch-dark in the room, but that is fine; full colour in daylight or with the light on). We are really pleased with this.
    Make sure you get this one - don't get their analogue one (based on reviews of the analogue one we read prior to purchase).
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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bocuma on 20 Jan 2010
    As the first review states, the camera is good, the image is good, the audible sound is good, the parent unit is a good size and looks nice.

    My baby doesn't need any music or to hear my voice for soothing himself to sleep, actually these things throw him off so for me it's not a problem that this monitor doesn't have lullabies, night light or two-way talk facility.

    Now for the not-so-good points:
    I can't really hear his breathing. I must turn up the volume to max and put the monitor on my ear and maybe I'll catch some breathing noise. Not nice!

    The visually enhanced thermometer, although it looks wonderful and could be very handy, is always showing the temperature about 2 degrees higher than it actually is in the room. We think it's because the sensor, being on the camera unit, although not too close to the heat source of the camera itself, could be suffering influence from that heat source.

    The switches on the parent unit are noisy. They do a "tack" noise when you press them. And, for instance: if you want to turn down the volume or the monitor brightness you can't just press and hold the button. You must press each time to turn it down, and it goes: tack, tack, tack, tack, tack. That noise, in the middle of the night, is quite loud and annoying.

    Batteries: when disconnected from the mains the unit's batteries don't last very long. So here it's constantly plugged in. I've heard some people complaining that the camera unit only works on mains and not on batteries. To me personally that's not a problem but it can be annoying for some.

    Also the unit comes with its own manufacturer set of batteries and when it runs flat you can't just replace them yourself, you must contact the manufacturer.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Northants Dad on 29 July 2010
    For our first child we have previously purchased the old summer baby monitor with the large black and white screen. We hadfound that fairly good although the picture and sound was subject to a lot of intereference. With our 2nd child we decided to upgrade and purchasd this monitor.. Wow, what a difference, its light weight, its portable, its a good screen and the sound is great. We have wirless broadband and a lot of electrical items but have been unable to get any interference with this unit! OK, the power on batteries is not that great, but then we don't need to use it without the mains very often. I would 100% recommend this product.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. P. Hamilton on 9 Sep 2011
    The camera on this product works relatively well, it is clear during the day, and the night vision on it works. However, we purchased this camera for the added benefit of the temperature sensor. This is where the product falls down. If you hang the camera on the wall, as is designed to do so, the camera is forced backwards towards the base unit, to enable the correct angle on the monitor. The back of the camera gets quite hot when it is on, and the temperature sensor is behind the camera. This means the sensor picks up the heat from the camera and not the ambient room temperature. Our monitor reads around 25 degrees at all times. I contacted the manufacturer who acknowledged it was a design fault. The solution they offered, was to turn the camera 90 degrees so it is out of the way of the sensor. Not a great solution as it means the image on the monitor is at 90 degrees. If you are buying the product as a camera and monitor, then it works fine, however, the temperature read out when the camera is wall mounted is a waste of time, as is the manufacturers consumer support!!
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