Philips In.Sight wireless HD baby monitor B120 Watch from anywhere Hear & speak Night vision For iPhone, iPad is rated
Rated 4 out of
Brilliant & flawed at the same time
conceptually this is a brilliant product. Notionally easy to set up. great features, superb quality. And, in the main this is borne out in use.
However, the main difficulty with products of this ilk, is the use of WiFi. This is not the first "home automation" type product like this I have had and in almost all cases they have proven very difficult to get working. If the device happens to jump on your wifi easily and stay there then all is fine - but if it doesn't (and there are numerous reasons why it may not) then prepare yourself for hours, if not days of despair and tearing your hair out trying to get it to work. If you don't know your way round your router and your wifi channels and security keys then be warned.
I love the product for its size, picture quality and features. But setup was very traumatic. Also mine seems to read 2 degrees temperature higher than it should :-(
I have rated this based on ignoring how much difficulty I had getting it working, given I nearly chucked it out the window I would have given it 1 star. But since that might not apply to everyone, I have rated it according to how good the product is once up and running.
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 4 out of
drops signal a bit too often- would like to update Firmware but can't see how
Extremely easy to set up - he easiest IP camera set up ever. - ever!
Only criticism is that it sometimes will freeze/ drop the signal which is pretty unreliable really. - I still have to use our audio monitor which is a testimony as to how reliable i don't think the camera is as your main monitor, but I intended to use it as a baby monitor initially and then as a security camera for my flat afterwards.
Its great to be able to see my baby when im out on the road and see him sleep well. We're also starting to do the whole self soothe thing in the night and its reassuring to be able to see he's not actually too upset & is really just moaning so we don't go in when he probably would have settled himself, -but can see if he's budged himself down to the bottom of the cot and is stuck or something & we know when we need to go in.
Date published: 2012-12-02