VTech DM221 Safe & Sound Digital Audio Baby Monitor Review

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Parents who want to experiment with buying their first audio baby monitor usually would start with an entry-level product to understand how it works and what benefit it offers. They won’t be interested in spending big money on a product which they haven’t tried yet. Luckily, in the audio monitor segment, you actually can own great products without spending a fortune. We have picked up one of such products that’s super-affordable and features excellent specs at the same time. Here is our review of VTech DM221 Safe & Sound digital audio baby monitor, sharing with you the details that matter to your buying decision.

n 1986 V-Tech Company started up as “Video Technology Limited “in Hong Kong and manufacture different video game consoles. In 1995 it moved in leaps and bound, and changes their name to “V-Tech Holdings Ltd”, and it began to produce the digital cordless phone. V-Tech is now one of the tops and best 50 electronic manufacturing suppliers in the world, with their baby, monitors putting them on the map.

The VTech DM221 comes with a 1,000 feet operating range, DECT digital technology for free audio interference, visual vibrating alerts and encrypted connection. The backlit display on the monitor makes it easy to see and read even in the night time.

The DECT 6.0 Digital technology provides a crystal clear sound transmission without any underground static noises interference. Another great feature is the soft night-light and talk-back intercom that helps provide comfort for your baby during the night. The level of sound in the baby room can also be visually monitored, with the LED lights indicator and the muted sound on receiver also has a vibration mode which vibrates for you to hear when the baby is fussing or crying.

The VTech DM221 Digital Audio Baby Monitor uses both the AAA batteries and rechargeable batteries. The batteries on this monitor are the best as they can power the monitor for up to 18 hours on a single charge. However, the VTech DM221 Digital Audio Baby Monitor has a portable belt clip. That allows you to take the VTech Digital Audio Baby Monitor everywhere with you.

Being able to carry the parent unit with you is the best convenience, because you will move around the house, and cannot stand over VTech DM221 Safe & Sound Digital Audio Baby Monitor all the time.

Key Features

DECT 6.0 Digital Technology

The VTech DM221 Digital Audio Baby Monitor comes with DECT 6.0 digital technologies that give you clear digital signals and also eliminate any background noise and interference from close electronic gadgets.

1000 Feet Range

The VTech DM221 Digital Audio Baby Monitor boasts a range of up to 1000 feet. However, when the monitor is used in the open space, it can range up to 1400 ft before losing its signal. But it’s range reduces to approx. 150 feet or through five walls indoor.

Two-Way Communication

You can’t always be with your baby all the time, but with the two-way communication feature, you will be able to soothe and communicate with your baby from anywhere in the house using the parent unit.

5 Level Volume Indicators

The LED lights on the parent unit help show the standard of noise in your baby’s room. When the LED increases then it means more noise, so you can visually monitor the noise level in your baby’s room.

Long Battery Life

When you buy the VTech DM221 Baby Monitor, you will receive both the parent unit and a baby unit. The baby unit needs to be plugged in all the time while the parent unit uses rechargeable batteries which can last up to 18 hours of continuous use.

Product Specifications

  • Up to 18 hours monitoring time with the rechargeable battery
  • Up to 1,000′ range
  • Backlit display
  • Audio Communication: 2-way
  • Maximum Operating Range: 1000 feet
  • Easy to operate and use
  • Talkback intercom for 2-way communication
  • LED lights indicate sound level
  • Long lasting battery life
  • Affordable price
  • Baby unit is not battery operated

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