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Lorex LW2003PK2 Live Snap Video Baby Monitor with Two Cameras

Lorex LW2003PK2 Live Snap Video Baby Monitor with Two Cameras

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Lorex LW2003PK2 Live Snap Video Baby Monitor with Two Cameras

FEATURED Lorex LW2003PK2 Live Snap Video Baby Monitor with Two Cameras

  • 2 Compact, rechargeable cameras and video monitor
  • Snap, store, and share with microSD recording
  • 2-way audio communication
  • See at all times with automatic night vision
  • Secure, interference-free, long-range digital signal
The LOREX LIVE snap is a completely portable video baby monitor with a slim, compact design and built-in 'snapshot' recording. The compact 2.4-inch LCD monitor and 2 compact cameras feature built-in rechargable lithium-ion batteries for true portability around your home. Take the system with you when you visit relatives, friends, or go on vacation. Capture unforgettable moments instantly with touch-button snapshot recording to the built-in microSD card recorder. Snap and save up to 4000 pictures on the included microSD card. "Talk with Baby" feature lets you talk and listen to your baby when you are not in the same room. See at all times, even in darkness with Automatic Night Vision. 100% digital technology ensures the signal is secure and interference-free. The LIVE snap grows with your family as it is expandable up to 4 cameras, allowing you to view up to 4 rooms at the same time.

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  1. 364 of 370 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent coverage, fantastic portability, but not “snapshot” camera, October 5, 2010
    JOEKC “JKC” (Kansas City) –

    Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program (What’s this?)

    Customer Video Review Part:: 5:24 Mins

    Lorex LW2003 LIVE ‘snap’ Video Baby Monitor

    Since the video review is not very detailed, I want to add a few more comments. First, I absolutely recommend this monitor. I’ve listed some specific strengths and weaknesses not more than.

    What I liked:

    1. Excellent range. In my two report house I got decent coverage throughout. The signal was a modest weak when I stretched it to its furthest possible range, but I by no means lost the picture.

    2. On the tiny cover the picture is crisp, with excellent color. You will by no means have to wonder what you’re seeing. Look carefully at the image on the video I took of the outdoors and you’ll see a crisp blue autumn sky with colorful foliage.

    3. I reckon the portability is a key feature. The monitor can be removed from its base and slipped into a pocket as you go around your house. Very nice!

    4. You can add cameras, all of which show up on the monitor. You can then select which camera you want to “zoom” to on the cover. Hopefully you won’t be monitoring four babies at once, but the capability is there.

    What I want to see improved:

    1. Customer benefit! I always try to test this all through a review, since it tends to be the “Achilles Heel” of modern commerce. I first let the customer benefit rep (Asian, but very understandable) know I was writing a review and had a specific problem I needed solved (see not more than). It became clear immediately that the rep was not familiar with the product. After about 20 summary he admitted he could not solve my problem, but he promised I would receive a restore call or email within a couple of hours. After ten days I have heard nothing. Unacceptable!

    2. The monitor is promoted as a camera which can take snapshots of your baby, and the advertisements feature perfectly lit photos of babies. This is bogus. The camera has a monstrous .3 megapixels. This is perfectly fine for the tiny monitor cover, but trying to use it as a camera to photograph your baby will result in a blurry, pixelated photo if you try to even print it 4×6. It puzzles me that Lorex even included a microSD card and adapter for you to transfer your pictures to a computer. You wouldn’t really try to photograph your gorgeous baby with a .3 MP camera, would you? Which brings me to another point . . .

    3. The reason I called customer benefit was the image from the camera when I took a snapshot was not only rotated (easily fixed) but reversed. For instance, any printing would look backwards. I’m not sure if this is peculiar to the sample I received, but it’s annoying to be sure. Yes you can fix this in a photo editor, but you shouldn’t have to. I have no thought what’s going on, and neither did customer benefit. The image is fine on the monitor cover, and the problem only shows up when you transfer a picture, which you are unlikely to do anyway given the poor resolution.

    So let’s sum up: I really like the Lorex Baby Monitor and I would certainly buy it. I take off one star for the stoppage of customer benefit to respond to my problem and the misleading pictures which imply the monitor can be used to take excellent quality pictures. If you buy it with the thought that you are only monitoring your baby (pets, etc) and not capturing lifetime memories, you’ll be very pleased.

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  2. 144 of 150 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    No Perfect Baby Monitor, September 18, 2010
    C. Duncan

    Amazon Verified Buy(What’s this?)

    We have owned this monitor for about 48 hours now and wanted to provide our first impressions quickly.

    First, we have previously owned a Summer Infant video baby monitor with our first child two years ago. We were not pleased with it. The signal wasn’t fantastic and the video eventually went out on it after about a year of use. With our following kid we chose to get another video baby monitor and looked for one that supported more than one camera. Let’s just say that there isn’t a high quality video baby monitor out there that I have found. I’ll start with the pros.

    – Video quality is as excellent as its peers. It won’t wow you, but it serves its purpose. At nighttime it has pretty excellent range and is more than adequate.
    – Modest interference. We have cell phones, wi-fi, cordless phones, an audio baby monitor and many other wireless devices and we have not had any interference.
    – Range. Pretty excellent. We had the camera at the front of the house and were able to get a signal at the back. It was probably 35 feet away and had 4 – 5 walls in between.
    – Usability. The buttons are laid out well and intuitive. We like the form factor – kind of like an ancient teach sweetie-bar-stylishness cell phone.
    – Two-way communication. It facility when you can get the ‘up’ button to work (see cons).

    – Build quality is subpar. The plastic is kind of cheap. The buttons are not responsive. The menu button and the up/talk button take multiple attempts to activate. It is as if the plastic buttons do not align by the book. It can take 4-5 attempts to activate the menu at times. Very annoying. When scrolling through the menu the down button facility perfectly but the up button facility erratically. Often I just end up scrolling through the entire list using the down button. The other buttons, 1-4, left/right, power don’t seem to have a problem so it may just be this particular unit. It makes me wonder if we will get a full year of use out of the monitor before it goes tummy up, though.
    – VOX does not work. The monitor has a setting called VOX that only turns the monitor on after it detects a noise. It doesn’t work on ours. We have power save off as the instructions indicate. We have place it in an empty room (i.e. silent) and turned on the VOX to its lowest sensitivity (highest noise required to activate) and it just cycles on very nearly immediately after turning off. It just cycles on/off continuously. When setting it to its highest sensitivity we see no difference. We have turned VOX off and just use the power save feature (video turns off after a preset amount of time).
    – Audio. It is ok. Without VOX there is a constant light hum since the audio is always on. It doesn’t get super loud either (not a huge deal for us). No interference in the audio is a plus, though. The speaker is placed on the back of the unit. When you don’t have the receiver in the cradle, the speaker can be barely audible when you set it down. It will not stand up on end, so you either set the monitor down on the speaker or on the lcd cover.
    – Cradle. The cradle is a modest annoying. The cradle has a male end of a mini-usb that the unit plugs into to charge. The slot the unit slides into on the cradle isn’t really tight so it takes a modest finesse to get the mini-usb to line up on the unit. Not a huge deal but isn’t as simple as we would like when read-through out the monitor late at nighttime.

    The monitor is ok. Not fantastic. I wish there was a high quality video monitor out there. I would certainly pay up for one instead of going through a new one every year.

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  3. 54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Recommended; not sure about tech support though (better in late 2011 it seems!), September 24, 2010

    Amazon Verified Buy(What’s this?)

    So far I like this baby video monitor.

    – The video quality is fantastic
    – Nighttime vision facility well
    – It facility even with my WiFi 802.11g, 2.4 GHz cordless phone, 2.4 GHz wireless speakers and a microwave oven.
    – Battery life is excellent. I’ve had the receiver on for 5 hours and the battery indicator is down to 33%. This is with VOX and Power Save both off.
    – I dropped this 2x on our (hard) floor and it still facility (phew).
    – I expecially like the 2-way communication. I don’t use it a lot to talk to our baby. I found it to be useful when my wife is with our baby and needs to tell me something. Not only can I hear her through the handheld monitor but I could answer! It’s like having a video walkie-talkie.
    – Uses a micro-USB (I reckon) connector for power. This is the same connector used by some electronics (like my ancient Garmin nuvi 350, my Logitech Harmony 550 remote, etc). If you want an extra charger in another room you could likely use one you by now have that came with another product.
    – The camera has a rechargeable internal battery. I find this convenient when I want to temporarily go the camera (i.e., to keep an eye on our baby when in her swing) without fussing about power cords. I don’t know how long the battery lasts as I only use it like this for a few tens of summary.

    Wish list:

    – Support multiple handheld receivers (so more than one parent can monitor the baby). I have not seen any digital video baby monitors support this.
    – It would be nice if the camera can be mounted on a tripod to make it more portable (i.e., bring it to my home office when bring the baby’s bassinet there, etc).
    – I wish the handheld had a flip-out stand so I can prop it up even as away from the charging base. This would be nice to have but not that critical for me.

    What I don’t like:

    – The plastic looks and feels cheap
    – The silver logo (not red and black as shown in product pictures) looks even cheaper — sort of like it was just spray painted on it (like an engineering project or a cheap Chinese knockoff… heck those even look better now and again). I know this is less vital than the technical features but still, appearance does matter. The monitor gives off a cheap vibe in my opinion.
    – Volume on the handheld monitor is kinda low
    – A crib mounting bracket would be nice to have. I considered mounting the camera on the wall but it was too far from our baby (and she does not typically face the wall!). Instead, I strapped it onto the crib for myself but will have to go it once the child gets older and can reach it.

    What I despise:

    – Sales and customer benefit is a joke! I have by no means seen live sales chat active and I’ve been read-through for a month or longer. I sent an e-mail to customer support and nobody answered. I also left a voice mail for sales support and again no answer. [update 11/22/2011: Now tech support seems to be more responsive. I inquired about a replacement charging dock and received a prompt answer]


    Sure! I still recommend the product but all bets are off if you need technical support.

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