Reviewing the BT 7500 Lightshow

For all you new parents out there, one of the most important purchases you would make in the initial days is a baby monitor, for what better way to keep tabs on your little one and at the same time, buy yourself some peace of mind?

A few things to keep in mind is that the model you choose has to be both reliable and efficient, and of impeccable quality. Let us take a look at what the BT Video Monitor 7500 Lightshow baby monitor has to offer.

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Features & Specs

Packed with a laundry list of features, this baby monitor comes equipped with not just basic functions but also some others that easily make it top range, and goes beyond being just a camera. And like with any monitor, do ensure that the baby and parent monitors are both kept at least one metre away from any large metal objects or electronic devices, to avoid possible interference.

To begin with, know that you can personalise the monitor with your child’s name, set the time and tones you wish to play. The device has an extensive range of up to 50m indoors and 300m outdoors, which ensures that you stay in constant contact with your infant. You can connect up to 4 cameras simultaneously, and watch all four on a split screen. You can also toggle to view just one screen at a time. The device has six hours of battery life, so you do not have to grapple with the possibility of it draining quickly. To charge the device, simply plug it in to the dock that comes with the monitor on getting the low battery alert.

With a 3.5 inch colour touchscreen LCD display with 480 x 320 resolution, the monitor allows the user to project a lightshow with stars and moons, but the night vision lights on the baby unit turn invisible when dark, ensuring that your child’s sleep goes undisturbed. To control the volume of both the white noise and music, you can use the parent monitor, and carry it from room to room if required.

Coming to the camera, it can be controlled from the parent monitor as well, so should the baby change positions in the cot, it is easy to change the camera angle as well to continue monitoring the baby. Other features include a range of lullabies (a whopping 19 of them!) as well as a two-way talk-back option to communicate between the two monitors, if the caregivers are both not in the baby’s room. Additionally, you also have a mute option, feeding timer, thermometer, a crying alert and also an alert for when the device is out of range. You can also choose to wall mount the monitor, if required.

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In conclusion

For approximately GBP 200 price tag, when you want a baby monitor to do more than just project images, the BT Video Monitor 7500 Lightshow baby monitor is the one you want to add to your shopping cart.

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Picture courtesy – amazon.co.uk, madeformums.com


by techtalks @TechTalks February 27, 2017 7:17 AM UTC

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