The safety of my home and family is something that is so important to me and I love finding gadgets that make it easier to manage. Technology is an amazing thing but sometimes it can be overwhelming or overly complicated. iBaby Labs has done a great job of making it simple!
The M2C baby monitor is an awesome product for several reasons! Let’s start with the versatility of this monitor! The M2C is attached to a bendable cable. You can either wrap the cable around the bars of a crib or other fixed object or you can simply coil it at the bottom of the monitor and use it as a stand if you’d like to just set it on a table top. The video quality on the M2C is amazingly clear and it has a 2X zoom feature so you can get a better look at the room you are monitoring. The iBaby Labs app is super easy to maneuver and I love that you can have multiple users. My husband and I both have access but we can also setup other users if we have someone over to babysit. Having an app that works seamlessly with the camera is very important to me because quite frankly, I don’t want the extra clutter of a monitor screen!
The M2C is so much more than a monitor! You can set feeding and diaper change alarms on it, play over 1000 preloaded lullabies, and even record and upload your own lullabies to be played by the monitor! The M2C even has a built in temperature sensor to alert you if the room drops below or rises above your preselected temperature range making sure you nursery stays as comfortable and safe for baby as possible! The price point of this monitor is pretty unbelievable as well especially considering all of the features! You can get your M2C today for just $79.99! This monitor truly encompasses the best features on the market for an unbeatable price and I can’t recommend it enough!
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