Private Connection Monitor With Dual Recievers
- It allows parents to hear baby's call and see it with the 5 LED variable light display.
- It has 10 channels to increase the privacy of the connection by reducing the likelihood of someone else picking up the transmission.
- It also has a unique LCD screen display that includes graphic displays for volume, channels, range, and battery life.
- The monitor also has rechargeable batteries for added convenience and value. The transmitter has a new flat design for stability and also has a LCD display for the channels.
Keep a close "ear" on your baby with this reliable monitor from Fisher-Price. With dual receivers, the Private Monitor is 900 mhz with a new flat design and an upgraded feature set. It allows parents to hear a baby's call -- and see it -- with the 5-LED variable light display. And with a whopping ten channels, this monitor increases the privacy of the connection by reducing the likelihood of someone else picking up the transmission.
Other features include a unique LCD screen that graphically displays volume, channels, range and battery life; plus rechargeable batteries for added convenience and value.
The Fisher-Price Private Connection monitor has all the necessary features, and has them packaged and presented in an intuitive way. First, the receiver is not oversized or bulky, and the liquid crystal display (LCD) is large clear. It shows battery level, channel, volume, and range. The five-LED (light-emitting diode) display shows the sound level when you have the volume turned down. The dual receivers are rechargeable, and while it might not be as cheap as alkaline battery-powered monitors, you should end up spending less in the long run. The transmitter is small and discreet. It has 10 channels like a walkie-talkie for more privacy. It uses a 900 MHz frequency that is less crowded than the traditional 46 MHz frequency used by most baby monitors and cheaper walkie-talkies. With the Fisher-Price Private Connection you get great range and clarity without interference from your other electronics, or potential crossover from someone else's devices. --Scott Teal
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