Friday, September 7, 2012

Motorola MBP 33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 2.8" Review

This mommy had her eyes opened wide when Party of Five was sent the Motorola MBP 33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor!!

When my son was born I didn't see the big deal about having a video monitor...I mean...my son would never do anything in his room but sleep right?! Ohhh toddler years how you've proved me wrong!!!



Right before bedtime I took the monitor out of the box, plugged in the parent unit (it wasn't charged yet), plugged in the baby unit, aimed, and VOILA! I had a beautiful clear picture of hubby reading a bedtime story to Ryley. How sweet!











The Baby Unit can tilt up down and side to side manually.












The Parent Unit has all the goodies! Lots of buttons to control this long list of features:





Wireless Technology 2.4 GHz FHSS
2.8” Diagonal Color Screen
Range Up to 590 feet
Zoom & Infrared Night Vision
High Sensitivity Microphone
Out-of-Range Alert
Support Stand
Volume Control
Room Temperature Display
Sound Level Indicator
Low Battery Alert
Two-Way Communication
Rechargeable Battery (Parent Unit)
5 Lullabies

Soon, the moment of truth was upon us, time to turn out the lights! Had to test the MBP 33's infrared vision! . 









I love so many things about this monitor it's hard to choose the one I love the most but hubby and I both agree the two way communication feature is awesome! Sometimes Ryley just needs to know we're there and this let's us assure him with just the touch of a button!

The only thing I could do without is the lullabies. Ryley wasn't a fan either. I suppose for a baby it would be different. 

I completely recommend this monitor for moms of babies and toddlers. It has phenomenal picture, sound quality, and great features that help moms rest easy at night.

Motorola MBP 33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor retails for around $199.00 and is completely worth it! It is available now at BJs, Fred Meyer, Meijer, Diapers.com,Amazon.com, Bestbuy.com, Walmart.com, BuyBuy.com, BabiesRUs.com, BarnesandNobles.com, Meijer.com, Sears.com, and Kmart.com 


** Disclosure** The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.


2 comments:

Tara Oliver said...

This looks really cool. I'd love this for the babies. Thank you for the review, Kim!

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