Belly Armor SmartNOVA Baby Monitor
If you own the Belly Armor SmartNova Baby Monitor at the first time, you will immediately impressed with the sleek design of the product. The SmartNova Baby Monitor looks high-tech and modern feel, more like a small black cellphone than a bulky white baby monitor.
The instructions manual were incredibly easy to understand and the set up process was extremely basic. It clearly explained how to put in the batteries, and what each button does and how to sync the parent and baby units. After putting the batteries in, you need to let it charge for just 5-6 hours before they were ready to go.
It seemed pretty user-friendly, easy to figuring out what each of the buttons meant. If you have some trouble, you can easy to referring back to the instructions or looking online. It comes with one of my favorite features, the thermometer on the baby side that shows the temperature on the parent monitor.
Most of people never thought of that as imperative, if you live in Michigan and are always concerned about whether your little angle is warm enough especially during the winter!, now you cannot imagine not having it. The SmartNova also has the red lights that light up when it picks up noise, you will also like this feature if you hate to listen to quite annoying white noise. With the Belly Armor monitor, we can have the volume turned down but know if he is stirring just by seeing the red lights.
Another great feature is that the monitor uses the new CARE (Cordless Anti-Radiation Environment) technology to achieve the same clear and private communication, while emitting 97% less radiation and no pulsing radiation. I hadn’t even thought about the amount of radiation coming from a baby monitor or even that a baby monitor could emit radiation until I started researching baby monitors.
Most baby monitors use DECT technology, traditional DECT baby monitors emit significant amounts of microwave radiation over extended periods of infant exposure. The main difference is that the CARE technology uses zero pulsing radiation and has very low radiation emission up to 97 percent less than DECT technology.
The Belly Armor Smart Nova monitor also has a longer battery life than most monitors. It can standby up to 72 hours, where the typical baby monitor using DECT technology only lasts about one day or less.
Some additional features of the Belly Armor SmartNova include a battery backup for each unit, vibrator notification, a night-light with a dimming feature, two-way communication and an operation range of up to 1,200 feet.
There is also zero interference with this monitor, can’t accessed by others, means 100 percent privacy. There are few things scarier to me than the thought of a stranger being able to see or hear my sleeping baby, it never happen if your monitor is zero interference, 100 percent sure of privacy with this monitor.
It’s completely worth it to skip the video feature in exchange for something that’s overall better for my baby, especially when I use it every day. I would definitely recommend the Belly Armor SmartNova to anyone searching out the perfect monitor for their little angle.
SmartNOVA Baby Monitor Features
- 97% less radiation than DECT
- Zero pulsing microwave radiation
- Extra long battery life (up to 72 hours in standby – 3x other brands)
- Zero-interference and 100% privacy
- 2-way communication
- Automatic channel switching
- Operation range up to 1200ft line of sight
- Range control
- Display the temperature from the child’s surroundings (16-99F)
- Both units with battery meter and with low battery warning in the parent unit
- Vibrator notification
- Sound level lights
- Li-ion battery in both units, intelligent charging
- Quick charge, 5-6 hours
- Night light with dimmer
- Battery backup
- Plug & Play
- High-tech microprocessors