Mommy Katie: Keeping an Eye on Baby with the Cocoon Cam

Monday, July 17, 2017

Keeping an Eye on Baby with the Cocoon Cam


When it comes to having a baby or small kids in the home, we find that as parents, we want to ensure that they are safe. We also know that as parents, we take advantage of those nap and bed times where baby is sleeping so we can get other things done in the home. And with Heather and her family going through their busy days with both Zoey in the home and other little ones, she knows how much she treasures that down time. But we also know that during the times when baby is sleeping, we can not always be watching them and be right by their side. So when we were sent a new Cocoon Cam to review, I knew that Heather would find it to be very handy to use in her home. You can read Heather's review below.


Recently we were sent the Cocoon Cam Baby Breathing Monitor with HD Video to review. Let me start by saying that setting up this camera was easy. I really didn't need long drawn out instructions to figure it out. Based on other units I have had to connect, this was refreshing. Connecting to my Smartphone was easy and the video quality is great! The speaker on my phone is not all that great but this device was making the best of it. I was surprised that what I was hearing was actually coming from my phone, and it honestly shocked me.



This has Real-Time Alerts, Sleep, Movement and 2-Way Sound. You get all of that peace of mind at a good price. It looks great to me and I really like how easy it is to make it mix in with the decor, to where it's easy to not even notice it.  This camera has regular app updates that constantly make improvements. One more thing, it rarely loses the WiFi signal, which is a huge plus because I have had other camera's that constantly drop signal. This one has been great. I recommend this Cocoon Cam to any parent who wants a little peace of mind.



Product received, thank you to Cocoon Cam as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.

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