Motorola

Motorola began in the US in 1928 making the first radios that were ever put into cars. In 1969 Neil Armstrong spoke the famous words "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" from the Moon on a Motorola transceiver. In 1973, Motorola demonstrated the first hand-held portable telephone. More recently Motorola is best known for its mobile phones such as the Razr, but also produces a wide range of other devices.

In 2012 Motorola Mobility (communications division including mobile phones and baby monitors) was acquired by Google.

If you're interested in the Motorola range of baby monitors we explain the differences between each of the models in our Advice Centre here

Motorola Monitors Compared (pdf)

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This is Motorola's top of the range audio baby monitor with an LCD screen, built in lullabies to help your baby sleep, and a night light.

  • 1.8 GHz DECT
  • 10 Channels
  • Parent Unit has Backlit Display (Audio Units Only)
  • Two Way Communication
  • LED Indicator for Sound/Volume Alerts
  • Baby Unit High Sensitivity Microphone
  • Temperature Display/Alert
  • Night Light
  • Five Lullabies
  • 12 Hours Battery Life (Talk Time)
  • Rechargable Battery Pack for Parent Unit
  • Power Adaptor for Baby Unit
  • 300m Operation Range
  • Out of Range Warning

 Want to know which Motorola baby monitor to buy? We compare each model here!

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