Experience the flexibility of dual monitors – place one in the bedroom and one in the living room, or give one to your spouse for an extra set of eyes on your bundle of joy. The LorexBaby SWEET PEEP DUO™ is stylish, compact and portable, making it the perfect addition to your growing family.
Configure settings and features for your video baby monitor with the tap of a finger. The Sweet Peep duo features two monitors with touchscreen navigation that mimic the intuituve, touch-based nature of a smartphone or tablet.
A baby monitor is only as good as its night vision. Rest assured that Sweet Peep duo offers you the best, the clear black and white picture lets you see every little move your bundle of joy makes, even when it's pitch dark! The camera features a built-in nightlight that softly illuminates your child's room, helping your little angel feel safe and return to sweet dreams.
Sometimes there's nothing more comforting to a child than the sound of mom or dad's voice. Using the indispensable two-way talk feature, reassure your tot or toddler that you are still there. With the Sweet Peep duo, you're always just a fingertip away from your little one!
Like the baby monitor itself, the camera's base offers you incredible flexibility. You can practically rotate it any which way. In addition, the compact monitor features a belt clip that doubles as a stand. Sweet Peep duo can grow with your family, add additional cameras and view them all on one screen. This is ideal for parents with multiple kids and pet owners.
1. Night vision range in ideal conditions. Objects at or beyond this range may be partially or completely obscured, depending on the camera application.
2. Battery life: Up to 3.5 hrs for monitor with video/audio ON continuously. Extended battery up to 7 hours in VOX mode.
3. Range up to 450ft/150m outdoor, 150ft/ 50m indoor based on line of sight. Actual range will vary depending on obstructions.
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Location: Toronto, CA
Having power issues with the monitor. The power cable needs to be pushed hard into the camera to turn on and as soon as I let go of the cable the camera powers off. Have tried getting in touch with Lorex but haven't heard back in almost a week. I thought these guys were supposed to have good service? Not impressed.
Our apologies for the wait. We hope the replacement is working well.
Love how clear the picture is on the monitor and it picks up on every sound which I like. Also great night vision. Only thing I don't like is the battery now won't hold a charge, so I have to keep it plugged in at all times.
Location: Saint John, new brunswick
This is a very good product which delivers a very clear picture in both day and night modes. The only issue I have is i wish the battery lasted longer. Glad there is 2 monitors that makes up for the short battery life. Very good product tho and I would recommend them
I love how clear the picture is on the monitor. I can have all the lights off and the camera still works great! the only thing I don't like is that the battery on the hand held devices only last a couple hours, then you have to recharge them. I wish they lasted longer.
The only option available is the $129 kit (2 receivers and one camera) and supports up to 4 cameras but comes with only 1 - seems like a good deal but for one extra camera it costs almost the price of the entire kit - seems a little unreasonable - need to give customers the option of 1,2,3 or 4 camera kits or offer the customer extra cameras for a reasonable price.
I give the menu a 60% user friendly rating. It's touch screen but the UI can certainly be improved.
Overall I like the product (I really do) and would recommend it to others as long as they don't need more than one camera or don't mind paying a sky high price for each additional camera.
I rate it 3 stars. Missing one star for the UI and one for the extra cameras issue.