Mommy will be doing this post since she sure knows more about monitors than I do. So here goes! As most of you know I’ve been a mom for the past 19 years now. Yes I do have a 19 year old. I remember the days of baby monitors and those who have kids as old or even older than I, you may remember those days as well. Back then your monitor was probably your eyes and ears and family members who were at home. Later came the audio monitors which I used with my 13 year old. While they worked you still would have to go in and check in on them because obviously you couldn’t see what was going on. With the advancement of technology a lot has changed where baby monitors are concerned. At my baby shower for Madison I was given a video monitor by the very same brand that I’m going to introduce you to to today. I want to introduce you to Levana, a brand of high-tech, stylish and reliable baby monitors that give parents the freedom to do more knowing their child is safe. Their video monitors are all made with secure ClearVu Digital Signal, developed exclusively by Levana, so no one can intercept your signal.
Today the monitor that I will be introducing to you in the Sophia Monitor which comes with a plethora of features. Sophia, meaning Wisdom, features 48 hour battery life battery life in power saving PEEP mode, temperature monitoring to ensure your child is comfortable, night vision up to 15 feet, and 500-foot ClearVu digital signal. The Sophia Video Baby Monitor also includes Talk to Baby two-way communication, invisible night vision LED’s, a soothing nightlight that can be controlled from the parent unit and is expandable up to four cameras.
I think my favorite feature on this would be the temperature monitor although all the features are outstanding. Now you can check the temperature in baby’s room without leaving the comfort of your own room and disturbing your little one. It’s been noted that your little one’s room should be between 68-71° Farenheit (20- 21° Celcius), so having this feature will surely give you some peace of mind.
Another is the 2 way talk communicator. I remember having this on my older Levana and it was a life saver. Sometimes just the sound of your voice can calm a baby down and your little one knows that you’re nearby. The nighlight feature is also great since you can turn it on and off without having to go into the room as well, since it’s controlled by the parental unit.
Having a monitor that is expandable up to 4 cameras is perfect for big homes. Now you can add additional cameras wherever is convenient to you and that way you can look in on your little ones wherever they may be.
Here is a video showing all the great features of the Levana SOPHIA Digital Video Baby Monitor.
The Sophia Video Baby Monitor features state of the art technology at a competitive price point. It is available on Amazon.com and MyLevana.com at the suggested retail price of $89.99. Finally a great Video Baby Monitor that doesn’t break the bank and does so much. If you’re in the market for a brand new video monitor to see and hear your little (or older) ones, I would certainly suggest getting the Levana Sophia Baby Monitor.
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Today one of you will have the chance to win the Levana Sophia Video Baby Monitor. Prize will be delivered by Levana and the winner will be randomly selected by Promosimple. Winner will then receive an email which you will need to respond to within 48 hours. Failure to respond will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will then be chosen. Good luck!
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