Philips Avent scd860/26 ugrow smart baby monitor

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Philips Avent | Philips Avent scd860/26 ugrow smart baby monitor

Philips Avent scd860/26 ugrow smart baby monitor lets you watch your little one from anywhere. The application automatically switches networks and optimizes audio and video quality to give you the best connection to your baby;

  • With SafeConnect Technology. It is an application that can work on all networks (3G/4G/Wi-Fi). When the quality of your Internet connection drops, the application automatically adjusts the audio and video quality so you can keep an eye on your child;
  • Compatible with multiple cameras and viewers: you can invite your loved ones to see the little one. Up to 10 counts, up to 10 cameras are supported, with 3 simultaneous viewers per camera;
  • The performance of the baby monitor depends on the Wi-Fi connection.
  • The camera offers superior video and audio quality, with day and night HD viewing up to 720p. Daytime color and infrared black and white image at night;
  • You can actively use the application in the foreground or in the background while using your phone or tablet for other things;
  • A selection of lullabies for a peaceful and happy sleep;
  • Multicolored night light to soothe baby to sleep.
  • Intercom function. Reassure your baby with the sound of your own voice using the application from anywhere;
  • Control and recording of room humidity and temperature.
  • Instant photos to immortalize your baby's special moments.

Instructions for use

The Philips Avent scd860/26 ugrow smart baby monitor is very easy to use and comes with a detailed and clear instruction manual to get the most out of it.

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