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MOTOROLA MBP36 Baby Monitor

publication date: Nov 5, 2012
author/source: Anne Coates
Motorola MBP36 Baby MonitorWhen I went to the Binatone/MOTOROLA new products launch I was impressed by the range of  baby monitors – from the very affordable basic models to those with video screens and a night vision mode.

The day the MOTOROLA MBP36 Baby Monitor arrived for testing, Harriet went down with a vomiting bug. The monitor was assembled and installed in minutes and brought enormous reassurance.

The Baby Unit is simply plugged into a power supply and placed where is will be out of the way of tiny hands. At 10cm tall the Baby Unit is discreet and small enough for a book shelf.

To clean just wipe with a damp cloth.

The Parent Unit takes 16 hours to fully charge but can be used while plugged into the power supply. From the Parent Unit you can:
  • Motorola MBP36 Baby Monitoradjust the brightness
  • control volume
  • play a lullaby
  • zoom and pan round the room
  • set an alarm – handy for administering medicine
  • use the automatic Night Vision mode
The Parent Unit also registers the temperature in the child's room. Plus you can speak to your child – you can imagine the fun we've had with this! You can also turn off the LCD display and leave the audio monitor on.

MOTOROLA MBP36 Baby Monitor is an excellent piece of equipment well worth investing in. As your family grows you can add a camera unit for a different room and it will prove invaluable when family members are unwell or you have a child who has special needs.

MOTOROLA MBP36 Baby Monitor is a sophisticated piece of equipment which is simplicity itself to use.

PWT rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Motorola MBP36 Digital Video Monitoris available from Amazon.

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