VTech Baby BM1000 Digital Audio Baby Monitor


DECT digital technology for a secure connection and clear sound without interference
Parent unit uses rechargeable batteries for up to 14 hours of active monitoring
Long 300m range

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VTech Baby BM1000 Digital Audio Baby Monitor is best for ages:
Birth to 9 Years
DECT digital technology provides crystal clear transmission. 300m range lets you monitor baby from everywhere in the house and garden.


VTech Baby BM1000 Digital Audio Baby Monitor DECT digital technology provides crystal clear transmission, eliminating any annoying white noise your hear from analogue monitors. The only sounds your hear are coming from your baby. With extended range, you can carry the parent unit with you everywhere you go, even out into your garden using the useful belt clip. For times your need added peace, turn the sound down on the parent unit and rely on the visual sound alert lights to indicate sound levels in your baby’s room.
Audio Monitors A sound-only monitor allows you to listen to your baby while he sleeps in his crib. It should focus on his cries and coos, and minimize background noise, such as an air conditioner, as much as possible.
Includes audio and visual sound indicators, 5 volume levels and volume off settings to suit your needs
Low battery and out of range sound alerts on parent unit, Baby unit power light indicates whether it’s on or off
A monitor with a video camera and receiver is often called a baby cam. One of the primary uses of baby monitors is to allow attendants to hear when an infant wakes. While out of immediate hearing distance of the infant.

When should you stop using baby monitor?

If you’re the type of parent who is roused by every little gurgle and sigh, then either ditch the monitor when your baby starts sleeping consistently through the night (usually by 6 months) or turn the volume way down so you’ll only hear baby if he’s really upset and screaming away.