Arlo Video Cute Bunny Baby Monitor

Last updated: January 5, 2022

Arlo Baby Monitor goes anywhere you go, using Wi-Fi to send a 1080p HD live or recorded video of your little one straight to an app on your phone. The Arlo monitoring camera also sends motion, sound and environmental alerts. It has standard features like two-way talk and night vision, while also giving you the ability to connect with other smart home devices, play music or even use multi-colored night lights.

Arlo Video Cute Bunny Baby Monitor

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This baby monitor can send motion, sound and environmental alerts. Plus, it offers night vision and a two-way talk function.

In our analysis of 38 expert reviews, the Arlo Video Cute Bunny Baby Monitor placed 9th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Arlo Baby 1080p HD Monitoring Camera (ABC1000-200NAS)

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The Arlo Baby is extremely cute for a smart-home product. It comes with removable rubber bunny ears and feet, which you can swap out for a kitten or puppy look for an extra $20 per critter. At 4.3 x 2.6 x 2.5 inches, it's nicely compact, and comes with a wall mount plate if you prefer that option.
Arlo Baby can also double up as a night light and allow you to play music from either its included titles or your own playlist. For added convenience, this monitor is also compatible with Alexa when you connect it to a smart speaker, so you'll be able to control it with just your voice.
You control it directly from your smartphone or computer, through the Arlo app. Inbuilt rechargeable battery; you don’t need the wall outlet so you can move the monitor around.
The Arlo’s image quality is great, and smartphone access is appealing.
This monitor can play lullabies, has web access, lots of features and sharp 1080p image

What reviewers didn't like

Some lag between notifications and launching the app.
A bit pricey
This monitor is harder to use than options without a Wi-Fi connection.
Can't play music from your own library, expensive and it lacks pan and tilt.
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