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Safety 1st In Sight Baby Video Monitor

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Safety 1st In Sight Baby Video Monitor
The In-Sight Video Monitor provides you with a constant, reassuring view of your child. The pivoting, night-vision camera captures the best view of your baby, even in a darkened nursery. The 5 black and white video screen lets you see and hear your child clearly from anywhere in the home.

  • 900 MHz technology, Range: 400+ ft.
  • Pivoting camera with wall mount option
  • Auto night sensor to see your baby in a dark nursery
  • 5 black and white screen
  • Secure sound lights
  • 2 channels help minimize interference
  • Picture off/audio only option

  • $124.09 $111.68
    This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 07 December, 2008.

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