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Graco imonitor mini


$100.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Low battery and out-of-range alarm. Vibration call allows for users to enjoy everyday activities without worry. Docking unit recharges battery.

The Cons:Did not pick up as many baby noises as my other, older unit. Like most baby monitors - looks cheap.

 The Graco iMonitor Mini is a portable wear on your body baby monitor that is perfect for active parents. The iMonitor Mini comes with a vibration call that lets the consumer adjust the vibration and the sound so that they can tell when the baby needs attention in all situations.

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Great for running on a noisy treadmill, playing computer games, watching TV or playing loud music while the chores get done as the wearable vibration will alert the parent when they can't hear the sound. The range is an extended 2000 feet which is great for yard work. The iMonitor uses encrypted digital technology to reduce interferance and increase security. The Graco iMonitor Mini comes with other features such as auto-dim sound lights, belt clip, rechargeable batteries, nightlight, low battery alarm and out-of-range alarm.

Features

  • Perfect for an active parent
  • 100% digital technology
  • Clear sound
  • Encrypted
  • 2000 ft range
  • Adjustable vibration
  • Adjustable sound
  • Sound lights
  • Auto-dim
  • Ambient nursery nightlight
  • Docking station
  • Pager feature
  • Backup battery

User Reviews (2)

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Pros
  • 2

    low battery and out-of-range alarm

  • 2

    vibration call allows for users to enjoy everyday activities without worry

  • 2

    docking unit recharges battery

  • 2

    wearable on a belt, arm or neck

  • 1

    very cute

  • 0

    2000 foot range

  • 0

    adjustable sound and vibration levels

Cons
  • 1

    Did not pick up as many baby noises as my other, older unit

  • 0

    like most baby monitors - looks cheap

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