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Levana 32108 Era Advanced 2.4 Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Picture Capture and Digital Zoom (Black)

Levana 32108 Era Advanced 2.4 Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Picture Capture and Digital Zoom (Black)

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Levana 32108 Era Advanced 2.4 Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Picture Capture and Digital Zoom (Black)

FEATURED Levana 32108 Era Advanced 2.4 Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Picture Capture and Digital Zoom (Black)

  • Snap and store adorable photos of your baby with the included SD Card
  • Talk To Baby intercom allows 2-way communication with the nursery
  • Temperature monitoring to ensure baby is comfortable
  • Three soothing lullabies to choose from, activated remotely from the parent unit
  • Nap and feeding timer aids caregivers with maintaining baby's schedule
It's the birth of a new ERA Congratulations on the very special addition to your family. Here at LEVANA we've had a new addition as well. We're thrilled to announce the arrival of ERA. ClearVu technology allows you to see and hear your child with unbelievable clarity from 500 feet away. Automatic night vision allows the camera to capture an image of your sleeping angel, even in complete darkness, from 15 feet away. And if you glimpse something precious happening you can instantly snap a picture right on your parent unit! We've included an SD card for easy storage and uploading of files. LED Sound Indicator Lights let you turn the volume down but still know your baby's noise level. The digital zoom allows a closer peek at your little one while the belt clip helps you monitor on the move. The nap and feeding timer will keep other caregivers on track with baby's schedule and the temperature monitor will ensure all is comfortable in the nursery. Your system is designed to support up to thr

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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Comparing Levana to Lorex’s LW2002 baby monitor, July 3, 2012

    This review is from: Levana 32108 Era Advanced 2.4 Digital Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Picture Capture and Digital Zoom (Black) (Electronics)
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    We now own a Lorex LW2002W Portable LCD Wireless Surveillance System (White). I was looking for another camera because one of our sons still naps in our room. Here is what I found:

    Instillation was honestly intuitive. The battery was by now partially charged on the monitor so I was able to plug in the camera and get an image straight away. Lorex is simple enough, too, but with Lorex you have to pair the camera with the monitor, and it takes a bit of time to read the instructions.

    The Levana camera is tiny and pivots and rotates quite well, giving you a lot of flexibility with placement; but darn if it didn’t give us the angle we needed, which was to be placed high on a ridge aimed down into our son’s pack `n play. We settled on placing it on a nighttime stand and seeing through the side netting. Lorex in fact does well on placement, too, but not quite as many option as the Levana.

    The Levana has a zoom lens, but don’t make this your buying point. The zoom feature doesn’t work like a camera zoom. Here you press a button and the monitor thinks for a long moment and then zooms in super close into the focal point of the cover – and probably not where baby is, or what you even want to see; I’ll by no means use it.

    When you place the Levana monitor on audio to hear if baby is crying, discussion, etc, you have to crank up the signal to hear by the book. We have a signal machine playing in the background, but our Lorex is able to give us clear audio of our son when he’s awake even at the lowest setting.

    The Levana monitor is quite clear, even at nighttime. Our son looks like he’s bathed in sunlight even though it’s completely dark in his room. Both Levana and Lorex have excellent nighttime vision pictures.

    The Levana model you can use to talk to baby… but not really all that fantastic, it sounds barely audible.

    Levana has music options to sooth baby to sleep; not all that fantastic. The three songs signal like there’s static, and there’s an annoying buzzing signal to all the songs that would in fact keep me awake. This makes me reckon there is something incorrect with the speakers on the Levana monitor – they need to work on the signal quality.

    You can take pictures with the Levana that are stored on the camera. The pictures are okay, but don’t expect picture quality.

    You can pair the Levana to multiple cameras, as you can with the Lorex monitor.

    You can turn on the nightlight from the monitor, as you can with the Lorex. The Levana nightlight seems a bit softer than the Lorex.

    The Levana includes a temperature gauge so you can see what the temperature is in baby’s room – not all together accurate. It usually registers about 9 degrees off from the thermostat in the bedroom. Still, this is a nice feature.

    The signal indicator on both cameras is excellent, but the Levana shows signal so easily. For example: our signal machine is on all the time in the kids room, so the Levana monitor constantly shows signal like the kids are discussion. The Lorex model doesn’t pick up the signal machine, only when the kids talk and make noises.

    Battery life on the Levana monitor lasts longer than the Lorex but it’s a turn off for me. It takes a LONG time to charge the Levana monitor, and for the part of time to fully charge the battery it should last a lot longer than it does. If I had to guess, I would say it takes a solid 6 hours to charge and lasts about 90 summary. I do notice that sitting off the charged the Levana monitor will drop down to 2 bars pretty quick. It beeps at you when the battery is about to die.

    You can turn the Lorex camera off to conserve battery life when not in use. You CANNOT turn the Levana monitor off to save the battery. You can turn the cover off, and you can turn the cover and audio indicator off, but if you do this when the camera isn’t plugged in, and go to use it again, the battery will be dead and you will have to plug it back in. I really dislike this. As it is, I have to keep the camera plugged in all the time and there isn’t a docking station for it.

    THREE STARS: By and large the Levana is a nice baby monitor. It does what it needs to do, which is help you keep an eye on baby. If that’s all you need then this is a excellent monitor. But the inability to turn it off and save the remaining battery life for future use really turns me off, because now and again I forget to plug it back in, or am not in a house to plug it in; being able to turn it off would be a fantastic help. Also, the audio is kind of poor and the temperature guage though nice, isn’t accurate. I’d suggest looking at other models for the price, but if your set on this monitor you’ll probably be pleased with it.

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fully featured and does its job. Has two-way communication with your baby., June 28, 2012
    Nuknuk (Springfield, VA United States) –

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    This is a wonderful baby monitor. It has tons of features and worked just right out of the box. I didn’t have to pair them as it does it automatically.

    + You can have a two-way communication when the baby wakes up. I reckon this is a huge feature to have in a baby monitor. That way you can assure the baby that you are there if you are in the bath room or somewhere where you cannot attend to the baby immediately.
    + Video is clear and in color.
    + Automatically switches to nighttime vision when it is dark.
    + Long range signal. I tried it on from the 2nd floor of a brick building even as I was inside my car parked at the back of the building. The video came out clear although starts to skipping frames and choppy audio.
    + Sensitive, I can hear anything experience in the baby’s room at nighttime.
    + You can control most of the functions through the parent unit which is the size of a cell phone. You can activate the LED light (with changing colors), start the lullaby music, change the volume, and take pictures.
    + The parent unit can be carried through your pocket with its own built-in battery.
    + SD card is included.
    + You can charge it even on a PC or any ordinary USB charger.
    + Expandable to 4 cameras.
    + 100-240V

    – The battery is only for quick sojourns around the house, a couple of hours on the porch, in the kitchen or in the bathroom; it is not intended to be left on throughout the nighttime.
    – The battery compartment cover is very nearly impossible to open. I needed a bread knife to help me open the top and house the battery.
    – It doesn’t have control via the parent unit to go the camera angle.
    – You cannot view it on the internet.
    – The signal from the tiny speaker on the camera is puny
    – Interface is fine but can be improved. My definition of a perfect interface is that you won’t need a blue-collar to operate.

    Considering all the cons that I listed are mostly available to higher priced cameras, this baby monitor is fully featured and does a fantastic job.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    We wished we could have said we loved it, August 17, 2012
    Richard J. Brzostek (New England, USA) –

    Having a baby monitor with a camera sounded exciting. We could check on our modest guy on the monitor before appearance in the room to make sure he was really awake and not just discussion in his sleep. Read-through on him if he was too silent would have been nice also. Sorry to say, we did not have the fantastic experiences the other reviewers had. Although we really wish we could have said the monitor was super, we cannot.

    First, the monitor came to us broken. It had a white cover and only could be turned off by taking out the battery. I called the customer support line a few times and they were trying to make sure I wasn’t doing something incorrect to give it a white cover. On my third call, I finally got them to send me the restore authorization form by email so I can get the monitor repaired. I promptly filled it out and sent it to them (having to pay the postage for myself).

    Did someone email me to let me know if/when I would be getting my replacement? No.

    Did I have to wait over a month to get my replacement? You bet!

    My monitor came back to me without the piece that is used to load the pictures on a computer. Disappointing, but it gets worse.

    When we tried the monitor out it was really cool. The monitor worked for about four days before breaking again. We turned it on one nighttime only to find a huge black blob in the middle of the cover. Only the bottom 10-20% of the cover was barely noticeable and the top was whitewashed, save for the huge blob.

    I emailed, waited two working days (they are supposed to get back to you within one day) and then called. I was told it looks like the baby monitor was dropped and has a crack in it, so the warrantee would not cover this. I told the lady that it did not fall but she told me “you have to see it from our point of view that it looks cracked.”

    Let’s imagine it did fall. Would falling on a thick carpet really hurt this monitor? And if it would, is this the type of product you really would want to have? Of course, no one tries to drop their cell phone, but if they all broke from falling once, we would be more than dissatisfied with the quality and durability.

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