EASE34 4.3-inch Video Baby Monitor Review (Motorola)

EASE34 4.3-inch Video Baby Monitor
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What It Is

Keeping an eye on baby should be easy, and that's why Motorola introduces its EASE34 4.3-inch Video Baby Monitor. With a large 4.3-inch color display screen, a digital zoom for close-ups, and more, this baby monitor makes it easy to get a clear view of your little one.

The parent unit has a 1,000-foot range with the camera, ensuring you never lose connection. See baby close-up with the zoom feature, and for better viewing at night, the color monitor will switch to black-and-white night vision mode. If baby needs soothing, use the two-way talk feature to let baby hear your voice without having to enter the nursery. Or play the five built-in soothing sounds, ranging from lullabies and a heartbeat sound. And room temperature monitoring will show you if it's too hot or too cold in baby's room. You can also set timers to help you remember when baby's next feeding or diaper change should be.

Why Is It Useful?

We like the large size of the display screen and how lightweight the parent monitor is. This isn't a very feature-rich monitor, and without the ability to move the camera, it can be hard to keep a moving toddler in view. If you're looking for a monitor that gives you the basics, then the EASE34 is the one you want.

Who It’s For

The EASE34 is for parent use to make it easy for parents to keep an eye on babies and toddlers during bedtime and naptime.

What To Be Aware Of

The EASE34 comes with a parent monitor, a camera, and two AC adapters. You'll need to charge the parent unit for at least 16 hours before first use.

This monitor is not compatible with the free Hubble app, meaning you can't view baby while on-the-go. However, parents are encouraged to download it for parenting tips and tracking baby's milestones. The packaging for this is a bit misleading as the whole back of the box talks about the Hubble app.

Up to four cameras can be added to the parent unit, but additional cameras are sold separately.

An EASE44 is also available and sold separately, and that one does connect to the Hubble app.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Is It Useful?

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    Medium Difficulty