You use a baby monitor to keep track of the baby in his crib. But how do you keep track of the air quality in the baby's room? With the iBaby Air. This smart air monitor and purifier lights up in one of four colors to tell you the quality of the air in the room. It detects allergens and VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) elements, such as carbon monoxide, methane, and alcohol, and if the air quality gets low, the iBaby Air will automatically turn on an ion purifier that can purify a 10-foot by 20-foot room in an hour.
It also connects to the free iOS and Android iBaby Care app so that you can receive mobile alerts if the air quality in the baby's nursery changes. Through you app you can monitor VOC, temperature, and humidity in the room, as well as compare weekly and monthly data. Using the app's Air Station map, you'll be able to compare your data to that of iBaby Air monitors near you.
You can also set up your own alerts and alarms, and change the color and brightness of the iBaby Air's light. The app will also send you lifestyle suggestions to help you live and breathe more easily.
And an unlimited number of users can be added to the app so that multiple family members can access the iBaby Air device and data. If you have more than one iBaby Air monitor, those can all be added in the app.
The iBaby Air is also equipped with a two-way audio system so that you could use it as a non-video baby monitor, a wi-fi speaker, or a music player. You can also press the "talk" button in the app to soothe a crying baby with the sound of your voice.
This is something that doesn't have to be used solely in a baby's room, though it does have some nice functionality that will be helpful for babies. First, purifying the air can help a baby sleep better. And the light given off by the iBaby Air can function as a nightlight. Parents will like that this also serves as an audio baby monitor with a talk function, so it's sort of like getting three products in one.
It's also small with a modern design, so it will be easy to keep out on a dresser, bookshelf, or mantel without being an eyesore.
If you're a new parent who hasn't considered air quality as one of the many things to worry about before bringing baby home, then you might be shocked to know that the air in your home can be more polluted than outdoor air. Now, this isn't going to purify your whole house unless you put one of these in every room, and that's going to get expensive. But it might be interesting to see what, if anything, is detected as you move it from room to room in your house, especially in your child's room.
This is very easy to set up, and it comes with the monitor, a travel pouch, a power adapter, and a quick start guide.
The iBaby Care app is a separate free download for iOS and Android devices.
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