Eufy Security has just released a new video baby monitor… Take a look!
Features & details
- Detail Makes the Difference: See your little one in sharp 720p resolution.
- Larger Display for the Little Details: The large 5” monitor display allows you to see every detail of your baby’s environment.
- Power to Last Through the Day: The 5,200 mAh battery allows for 30 hours of monitoring in regular usage scenarios (default mode). For more frequent check-ups and continuous monitoring the battery will last for 12 hours.
- A Connection You Can Trust: The wireless FHSS transmission for a secure and private live-stream that is for you and only you.
- A Clear View as They Snooze: Crisp and clear night vision for easy check-ups in low light conditions.
Pricing and Availability: eufy Security’s Video Baby Monitor is available to order now from amazon.com for $129.99 and should begin shipping immediately.
What are your thoughts on eufy Security’s new video baby monitor? Be sure to let us know with a reply!
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I found such original one in my limitless (virtual) storage…
Looking much better than this EUFY adaption.
Ok, so I was one of the beta testers. Since this has been released, I guess I am allowed to talk about it now. Here is a quick and dirty review. A more detailed review to come in the next few weeks (I’m in my last 8 weeks of nursing school, so I ain’t got much time).
- I LOVED IT way more than I thought I would. It is so nice to have a dedicated screen so that my smartphone is freed up to email, text, browse, etc. And my smartphone’s battery is not drained.
- Picture was great. The 5" screen is crisp. I had no issues viewing in daytime or night time, even at night with IR only.
- I turned off the auto-off setting on the monitor so that I could continuously monitor the baby for 5+ hours. Not that I was watching her the entire time, but if I heard noises coming from the baby’s room, I could just turn my head to see what was going on.
MAYBE PRO, MAYBE CON
- This does NOT connect to the Internet. No Wi-Fi. Just connects the camera to the monitor. This is a huge plus for some. Maybe a downside for some. For me, it was more a PRO than a CON.
- No pan & tilt. My baby likes to roll around a lot, and my camera was stationed somewhat close to the baby. Often, my baby would go out of frame. I guess one way to solve this issue is to station the camera a little father away.
- No way to save clips. Sometimes my baby would do something fun/ny, and no way to save any clip. Maybe this could be PRO.
FEATURES LARGELY UNUSED BY ME:
- temperature: since it almost never varies in my baby’s room
- noise detection: I had the monitor ON the whole time, so I could just hear her
- 2-way audio: I tested it, it is adequate, but just didn’t need it
- lullabies: my baby prefers more of a white noise. “Alexa, play babbling brook sound!”
Nice! When did you begin testing it?
Better get the babies used to big brother as soon as possible
Middle of March. They updated the firmware like every 2-3 weeks, partly based on our feedback. Obviously, they were already working on feature updates and their own QA team was hard at work, but we also helped a little bit.
I say not connecting into WiFi/ then internet is a huge plus!! No reason to connect it to connect it to WiFi when you have a monitor
I agree not connecting to internet is a pro because it prevents a bad parent thinking it’s okay to nip out while checking remotely the child…
Anything you “connect” to the “evil internet” is vulnerable!