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Gearing Up For Baby: Motorola Wireless Baby Video Monitor

Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor

motorola wireless baby monitor

It’s been 5+ years since I’ve had my last baby. I also thought that I was completely done with having children – so I kept NOTHING. And I mean NADA. When Bill and I decided to get pregnant again, we realized we were starting from scratch. We also realized that there were so many MORE cool things on the market these days.

As far as baby monitors were concerned, we wanted one that was tech savvy. Something with a little extra juice and found that the Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor was right up our alley.

motorola wireless baby monitor

The 2.8″ LCD color display shows both sound and video. And it even has infrared night vision. James Bond here we come!! Audio can be detected up to 200 meters away which means I can walk around the house without worrying about losing connectivity.

motorola wireless baby monitor

The Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor is cordless and features TWO WAY communication! That means I can speak to my little one remotely. Or I can tell Bill to do something a bit differently when he’s in there with our newborn. Oh, I’m sure he’s going to LOVE THAT. LOL!

BABE! Don’t use that diaper cream! Use the other!!

motorola wireless baby monitor

Other amazing benefits of the Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor:

  • Five BUILT IN lullabies – perfection!
  • Data Encryption for Security (love this)
  • Five LEDs on the MBP33 baby monitor indicate the level of sound activity in the room, letting you can keep informed of what’s going on visually as well as audibly.
  • Room Temperature Monitor (LOVE LOVE LOVE this)

Are you in the market for a baby monitor? Check out the Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor. It retails online for for $179.

* company sent sample for review

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Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

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  1. Congrats on the pregnancy! I hadn’t visited your blog in a while and was delighted to see you were pregnant. Shame about the bed rest though. We had a motorola monitor for a while. It worked great for 6 months and then it slowly started dying. And then after a year it died. I phoned motorola to order a new battery and they said as the product was old (really?? It was only a year old) they couldn’t help me and i had to buy a new monitor! I hope yours works better than mine did!

  2. I love the features! I have all my original baby monitors. I still use them for my little girls. I feel bad but I have to. The way they fight and argue. I can’t take my eyes off of them. I love the features on this monitors! I might just have to get this just for the security feature. I’m always afraid someone can pick up my video. In my old area my camera would show me my neighbors baby!! I ended up not using it because I was afraid she could see me too…lol… thank Goodness that’s not the problem where we live now…lol

  3. I’ve owner 5 different baby video monitors. I have both of the Motorola mbp33 & mpb36 models. I much prefer the mbp36 model. The mbp33 model is about $50-$75 cheaper and differs only in two features: smaller screen (but still large enough to see what you need), and no remote pan/tilt/zoom capability. What I don’t like is the battery doesn’t last very long, you can’t turn the volume off & the night vision is only useful if there’s a light source in the room such as a night light but it would have to be bright enough for the camera to pickup. I’m guessing the issue is instead of Infra Red lights the night vision uses Green lights. Overall it’s a good video monitor & great when not using the night vision.

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