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Fisher-Price Sounds 'N Lights Baby Monitor Review
I was given a baby monitor before my daughter was born and for the first month, the hand me down monitor did it's job, but I was unhappy with always having to have a outlet near by to plug in the reciever.
That Chirstmas I requested that baby girl and I receive a new one with a piece I can take with me without a cord following me around. We were given the Fisher Price Sounds 'n Lights Monitor. A no thrills monitor with a cordless reciever that can go where you go.
The Fisher Price Sounds 'n Lights Monitor is very basic. You get a monitor that requires an AC adapter but a receiver that can use either an adapter or batteries. If you need bells and whistles and color television spy equipment for your infant this is not for you. If you just want to know if baby is crying when your in the other room, I recommend this affordable baby monitor.
The receiver picks up everything. Even the smallest whimper can be heard crystal clear even if the monitor is across the room from where she sleeps. For those overly concerned with the breathing patterns of your newborn (that was me 3 years ago) have no fear because you will hear it all.
In a crowded loud room downstairs? Have a "thing" about white noise through baby monitors(Also me 3 years ago)? The Fisher Price Sounds and Lights Monitor has a light up arc on the reciever. Regardless if your can hear baby crying, you will be able to see baby crying.
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I use dours all the time in the evening and never plugged in the receiver. Because of my frequent use I went through batteries about every other month.
There are 2 frequency channels in case your neighbor has one so you're not responding to the cries of someone else's child.
I was pleased with this monitor and used it for over 2 years. We got our use out of it and were never dissapointed.
Authors Note: Product review for the Fisher Price Sounds 'N Lights Monitor was originally published by sunstreeks in 2005. It has found itself a new home here.