"At first, I found the idea of this to be intimidating (smart gadgets can be just as difficult as they are helpful), but setup was extremely easy and intuitive to the average tech-savy parent (someone who can operate an apple TV and a Keurig—nothing fancy)."
"The sensor pad is made to monitor your baby's smallest movements. If it doesn’t detect any movement after 20 seconds an alarm will sound. Another feature the monitor has is what they call “activity analytics." This tracks and records baby’s bigger movements and shows them in a chart."
"There are also a couple of bonus features that make this monitor especially appealing. Because baby is bound to move around during naptime, this monitor moves too! From the handheld unit, I can swivel the camera left and right 180 degrees and tilt up and down as well. There’s even a zoom function to give me a closer look."
"First, it’s really nice to have the mini monitor. I wasn’t sure if I would use it when I originally chose this monitor, but I have found it to really come in handy, especially when I am running around the house. I just hook the mini monitor on (it comes with several options—a wristband, a lanyard, a carabiner and a clip) and carry about my chores while the baby sleeps."