Motorola Baby Monitor & Review

Motorola MBP853 Baby Monitor Family Clan BlogMotorola MBP853 Baby Monitor

We’ve been asked to review this Motorola MBP853 baby monitor, perfect timing with a family member due in January. It would make a lovely baby shower gift too.

Motorola MBP853 Baby Monitor Family Clan Blog

The Motorola  baby monitor (model MBP853 Connect HD WiFi) comes with a 3.5-inch colour LCD monitor that has a remote pan, tilt and digital zoom function with a 300° view of your baby’s room. The baby monitor has two-way communication to speak to your baby and hear their replies. The monitor has a room temperature sensor so you will be able to keep an eye on the room temperature and you will receive alerts when it gets too hot or cold. With the built-in infrared led lights you can see your baby’s room in the dark (the image is black and white at night) and integrated lullabies help soothe your child back to sleep, number 2 lullaby is great. With the baby monitor you can get free alerts when motion and sound are detected (triggered snapshots).

Motorola MBP853 Baby Monitor Family Clan Blog

Remote viewing is possible on your Android device (4.0 or later) or iOS (7.0 or later) smart phone, tablet or computer via the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app, so you can see a live video stream when you’re away.

In-app video recording and image capture is a free feature and requires a Smartphone or Tablet with available storage. Please note this features is different to the Motion Triggered Recording service, which requires a paid subscription plan.

Just one thing I noticed when reviewing the baby monitor, is that you have to turn the camera on first to pair up with the monitor, if you do it the other way the unit bleeps at you and is not happy, not a good idea when you are trying to settle a little one!

Conclusion

The baby monitor is of a good quality and is straight forward and easy to use, up to 4 cameras can be added to the system which is great for monitoring additional rooms or other children’s bedrooms

Key Features:

  • 3.5 inch colour LCD parent unit
  • Two way communication
  • Remote pan, tilt and digital zoom
  • Infrared night vision
  • Room temperature monitor
  • Integrated lullabies
  • Up to 300m range with Parent Unit
  • Works with Hubble via Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G Connections
  • Motion Triggered Recording*
  • In-App Video Recording and Image Capture
  • Box Contents1 x Monitor; 1 x Power Adapter; 1 x User Guide ; 1 x Quick Start Guide

If you can’t wait & want to purchase the Motorola MBP853 Connect Baby Monitor you will find it at John Lewis and retails for £169.95

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We was sent this for us to review free of charge. Our opinions are in no way swayed by this. All our reviews are our honest thoughts & feelings.

366 thoughts on “Motorola Baby Monitor & Review

  1. Heather Wilson

    There first day at school

  2. Russell

    First school play, I was in tears!

  3. Elaine Livingstone

    yes their first days at school, their first steps, cameras wer not around in the same way nearly 40 yrs ago

  4. nicole

    walking for the first time! 🙁

  5. Annette Haden

    First time they rode their bikes unaided

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