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Fisher-Price Sounds 'n Lights


$28.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:LED lights can give you a visual indication of any sound. 2 handsets + base station. Night light on base station.

The Cons:Prone to analog interference - buzzing, crackling, hissing, etc. AC adapter can easily become disconnected from handset - resulting in lost power. Each handset requires 3 AAA batteries.

The Fisher Price Sounds 'n Lights is a baby monitor that is designed slim and compact with an included belt clip that makes it easy to carry around.  The monitor has two channels to reduce interference and operates up to 400 feet away for clear transmission anywhere in the house.

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  The transmitter of the Sounds 'n Lights includes a built-in nightlight for the baby's room and has an energy saving power cord that conserves more energy compared to some monitors since it does not draw power when the monitor is turned off.  The receiver includes sound lights on both sides and can be powered by both an AC adapter or batteries. 

Features

  • Range of up to 400 feet
  • Two channels
  • Built-in nightlight
  • Slim receiver design with belt clip
  • Power light
  • Energy saving power cord
  • Low battery indicator
  • LED sound lights on both sides of receiver
  • Receiver is AC or battery powered

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Pros
  • 4

    LED lights can give you a visual indication of any sound

  • 4

    2 handsets + base station

  • 4

    night light on base station

  • 3

    battery or AC powered handsets

  • 3

    very sensitive to sound - you won't miss anything

  • 3

    very long range

  • 3

    inexpensive

  • 2

    two channels to reduce interference

  • 2

    does what's it's supposed to for a good price

Cons
  • 3

    prone to analog interference - buzzing, crackling, hissing, etc.

  • 3

    AC adapter can easily become disconnected from handset - resulting in lost power

  • 2

    each handset requires 3 AAA batteries

  • 1

    cheap build quality - will break easily if dropped

  • 1

    lights on the receiver are bright, could keep light sensitive people awake

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