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WiFi Baby 3: Wireless iPhone, iPad, Android Baby Monitor & Nanny Cam DVR. Video, Audio, Recording. Anywhere. (WFB2014)

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  • WiFi Baby 3: Peace of Mind. Refined. (Model WFB2014) | Wireless Baby Monitor & Nanny Cam DVR | Video, Audio, Alerts on iPhone, iPad, Android, Amazon Fire Phone, Kindle Fire, Mac or PC. Anywhere - WiFi or Data Plan (LTE, 4G, 3G) | American Company - US Based Service & Support
  • Free WiFi Baby iOS App | No ongoing service fees, Does NOT upload to Cloud-based account | Direct Connect - MyWiFiBaby URL for "away" viewing on iPhone, iPad, Android apps or any browser on Mac or PC. Anywhere.
  • Multitask on your mobile device (email, text, use other apps) while audio, alerts run in background | Expandable. The only WiFi Network baby monitor that allows up to 4 cameras on screen with simultaneous video, audio, alerts (iPhone, iPad feature only)
  • Superior "True Color" video in daytime & low light | Night Vision Precision up to 30 feet - see entire room | RealTime video on iPhone, iPad, Android apps
  • MyWiFi Pro - Free Expert Setup Assistance - Phone or Screen Share by request during the Day, Night or Weekend | Internal Nanny Cam DVR - Scheduled Recording up to 32G (with MicroSD card)
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions22.9 x 15.2 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberWFB2014
Weight1.4 kilograms
Additional Information
Shipping Weight726 g
Date First AvailableFeb. 24 2014
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"Beautiful day or night video, Peace of Mind - Check in Securely, Anywhere" -TIME review

Top Reviews by TIME, Engadget and parenting sites.

Company Video: http://youtu.be/KKhLDhLT0qg

Free WiFi Baby iOS app.

WiFi Baby 3: The next generation of WiFi Baby has arrived.

We've refined what customers love about WiFi Baby and enhanced our top reviewed WiFi network baby monitor by adding requested features and a streamlined user experience.

WiFi Baby 3 is a wireless monitor and Nanny Cam. Using the camera's DVR, you can record while you're at work or date night. No viewing or recording fees. Ever. No cloud service or account required. Connect via secure "MyWiFiBaby" URL on iOS, Android, Mac, PC. Anywhere.

Features at a Glance

* Free iOS app. Android $3.99.

* Video, Audio, Alerts on iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, PC on WiFi or LTE, 4G. Anywhere

* Superior "true color" video

* Streamlined setup - Secure "MyWiFiBaby" URL for "away" Nanny Cam viewing

* MyWiFi Pro - Free expert setup help - Phone or Screen Share by request during the Day, Night or Weekend

* Faster chipset, Realtime video via apps

* Apps: Multitask with audio, alerts(alerts iOS only)

* Expandable. Up to 4 WiFi Baby cameras on screen (sold separately) -simultaneous video, audio, alerts (iOS feature only)

* Bandwidth Friendly - H.264 Video, streams when "called" by apps

* Built in "Nanny Cam" DVR up to 32G

* Night Vision up to 30 feet.

* Compatible up to latest OS: iOS 7.0+ Android 4.4+, Mavericks, Windows 8

* In Box: Camera, Stand, AC Adapter, Setup Guide, Power Cable Clips, Screws

Important Information

Safety Information
STRANGULATION HAZARD: CPSC.gov for all baby monitors - Keep power cord out of baby's reach. NEVER place camera or cords within 3 feet of crib or playing area. Only use the AC Adapter provided. OVERHEATING RISK: Never cover camera with curtain when wall mounted or any other cloth. For more information about baby monitor safety please visit CPSC.gov or babymonitorsafety.org

Customer Reviews

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mattthew Newton on Sept. 5 2014
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We purchased it for our soon to arrive baby. In the meantime we are using it for the old sibling (5 years old). Work well on our Wi-Fi. Every once and a while the audio stops for a couple of seconds but always seem to come back. So far the app does not let me work on another app while monitoring the camera.
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When It works, fine but it keeps loosing contact with the host and the whole setup process must be repeated. Frustrating product for what you have to pay.
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By Linda Marche on Nov. 24 2014
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Hard to install software
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carolina Fernandez on Oct. 16 2014
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Need a good wifi signal. IT will take bandwidth from your internet because it is streaming. Get a good internet package if you want to get this product.
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Amazon.com: 142 reviews
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Best monitor system on the market. Period. April 14 2014
By Donielle L. - Published on Amazon.com
With our first child, I purchased a standard audio-only monitor that was on sale. Despite its short falls and antiquated technology, it did the trick. Things went downhill fast, though - the rechargeable battery on the mobile unit began dying within a few months, making it useless unless it was on the docking station 24/7.

Now expecting our second child, I did extensive research into a new monitor system. I knew we would need two cameras (one for each kiddos room), and I wanted them to be able to connect to wifi so we could check-in on them when travelling (preferably through an app with our mobile devices). The typical monitor-systems had too many issues reported by customers and/or Consumer Reports - long lag time, short range, poor customer service, and the ability for tech savy individuals to hack into the digital/analog frequencies.

WifiBaby had the best reviews of any consumer site I viewed and had all of the features I was looking for - mobile connectivity, secure stream, remote access, infrared, can view multiple video streams at once, etc. My only hesitation was the price, since I needed two, and having to pay separately for the mobile app (again, twice, since my husband and I do not share the same iTunes account). I'm glad I got over that! WifiBaby is hands-down the best monitor system. My favorite feature is the ability to set the audio sensitivity and squelch-limit so I don't have to listen to the white noise machine in kiddos room! When the noise level surpasses the set threshold, it unmutes so I only hear the pertinent noise!

First recommendation - purchase directly from WifiBaby.net because you will get a small discount on each camera unit when purchasing more than one with the same transaction. Also, shipping is free and 2-day delivery is standard.

Second recommendation - take advantage of the WifiBaby Pro support, especially when setting up the remote access. The customer service is AMAZING. I had same-day service and my rep spent over an hour with me getting things working. If you can't set up the remote connection following their directions right away, don't waste any more time (unless you are an IT guru and/or know how to make a gateway through your network firewall).

I have recommended this to all of my friends who are expecting or already have children. Best. Thing. Ever.
39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Great setup! Feb. 28 2014
By Dave - Published on Amazon.com
I see a lot of reviews (on the WiFi Baby 2) refer to setup and configuration. I thought it was a breeze. Mind you, I'm more of a techie, but when buying a device that will become a part of your home wireless network, you need to at least know how your network works. However, if you do not, WiFi Baby provides fantastic guides and has outstanding customer support to get you up and running.

I actually turned the wireless off and am using the camera over ethernet and powerline (through the electrical outlets). If you give your camera a static IP on the network, it makes things easier. All of this is very easy through the web interface of the camera. The 2013 model even comes with a built in link that you can use away from home so you do not have to search around for a dynamic DNS service on your own.

Although some other non-WiFi wireless baby monitors come with monitors as well, their batteries last for one, maybe two hours at best if using the video. It is extremely nice to use the family iPad which has a much better battery life. Streaming any kind of video (YouTube, etc.) will wear down the battery more quickly, but the iPad's battery is as good as you're going to get for a video baby monitor.

Wireless or wired
Preconfigured link for away from home viewing
Viewable from iOS, Android, or any computer via web interface
Easy setup
Fantastic support
American company
iPad as monitor (sound can run in background too!)
Multiple camera support - huge for me
Have not needed to restart camera yet

Pan and tilt would be nice (but not necessary when you think about it and see the large viewing angle)
Our cam is near a wall near white curtains and you get a white ring in the night vision due to the reflection from the curtains. If you point the camera towards the center of the room (away from the curtains), this goes away. Probably specific to my application but tweaking the placement reduced the effect significantly.

We will be buying more of these in the future.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Great Product with 5 Star Plus Support April 17 2014
By Daniel Wurglitsh - Published on Amazon.com
Great product we use it with our work computers, Android phone, iPhone 5, and iPad 2. So we use all the available technologies. Read below.

My wife and I are having our first baby and looking at the reviews of all the cameras out there it seemed like everyone had some type of flaw to it. One big thing is that our friends were always losing the baby monitor or the batteries were dead. Since we always have our phone or ipad we thought this was perfect. We also both work so remote viewing is a MAJOR plus.

The item arrived quickly and was installed right away. It worked right off the bat but we had issues port forwarding. My wifi network is somewhat complex with repeaters. As a amateur techie I wanted to resolve the matter myself but just could not get around to it. I submitted a remedy ticket.

Within 2 minutes I received an email asking what time would work best for tech support to call. I actually stated anytime today would be perfect. Within less than a minute Gary called. We setup a remote viewing session. I explained to him my very complex situation. He was very kind and could speak English on things than many might not understand. He helped get my remote viewing to work within minutes.

He then said, how do you view it, lets set up all your apps. Within a few minutes we got all of them set up. After hanging up he sent an email with his email address offering to help anytime.

Excellent A+ Service with an English Speaking tech support who was very friendly. Totally worth all the money.
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Lots of issues April 16 2014
By Luke - Published on Amazon.com
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I consider myself to be pretty tech savvy, this camera setup pretty easy at first. I followed all instructions exactly and got the camera connected very easily, then the problems started.

My router is a Comcast Xfinity SMC router/modem combo I usually get between 20-50mbps download speeds on my network and never have issues with any other devices. The camera appeared to lag (around 4 seconds on audio/video). Then the video started to work real-time, yet the audio was 1-2 seconds behind (not a huge deal).

When you initially set up the camera it must be via Ethernet cable directly hooked up to your router. After I rebooted the camera like instructed and hooked it up via Wi-Fi, that's when the serious issues took place. I moved the camera into the baby room (15 ft. from the router) and the video would either freeze or completely drop. The app used for android devices is the "TinyCam Monitor Pro" ($3.99 at the play store). The camera would connect, then fail, then connect and finally I was unable to connect at all. This is a HUGE problem and a MAJOR bug in the camera! If the camera freezes, you don't get notified at all. Your video and audio just no longer work. If you are relying on this for peace of mind, this is a deal breaker for me.

Then there is the issue of the "night vision" mode. My camera was set to auto for all modes, yet the night vision mode would come on randomly even when there was adequate light in the room. Also, as other people have stated, the audible sound the camera makes when switching to night vision is loud and could disturb your baby.

Next issue was the nanny cam set up. This is the reason I actually chose this camera over others. I followed all instructions, my router even states it supports UnPn, yet it wouldn't communicate with the camera. I tried the port forwarding thing and everything appeared to check out okay until I actually tried to view the external URL that you use to view it in Nanny Cam mode. This process would not be possible IMO for a person that isn't tech savvy.

Bottom line: I will give support a chance to try and fix my issues; if I am not satisfied with functionality and reliability after that I will be returning this camera. I will post an update after I speak to the support team (going on 24 hrs. now of waiting).

UPDATE: 4/16/14: Called customer support, set up a screen share/phone call to fix my issues. The tech was very helpful and fixed the nanny cam feature rather easy. I then moved the camera to the baby's room (15 ft away from the router) and it wouldn't work, or when it did it was terribly unreliable. We checked the settings and the camera was getting 4/5 bars for WiFi. The tech couldn't troubleshoot the issue, so I had to request an RMA. I had to put ANOTHER $200 deposit down so they will mail the replacement unit out before they receive my defective unit. So as of today I am out $459 and still don't have a working camera. I will update again when I receive the replacement.

UPDATE: 4/22/14: Received my 2nd WiFi Baby camera today, set up an appointment with customer support and they were helpful. I had the exact same issues with this camera. It freezes ALOT, this is a HUGE issue if I am using it for the safety of my daughter. I would not trust this device to be reliable at all.

The tech said it was probably my router that was the issue, not the camera. I would say that his assessment was plausible if my other 10 wireless devices didn't work flawlessly or the speedtest.net didn't show 10 MBPS + download at the furthest distance from the router. I am returning this item and will be getting a camera/monitor that is stand alone with the ability to be used over WiFi.

I would NOT recommend this "made in China" junk to anyone, FYI if you search the internet there are SEVERAL other cameras that are the exact same with a different name on them. The company even said their "manufacturer" makes the Y-cam among other brands.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Poor resolution (640x480) but does not require internet connection like DropCam and Samsung Smartcam July 7 2014
By Justin - Published on Amazon.com

* No internet connection required (the best reason to buy this camera over others)

* Strong infrared for night-time viewing

* Nicely designed stand/wall mount

* Free iOS mobile app

* Mobile app allows you to keep listening even while doing other things on phone

* Mobile app allows you to set sound threshold so you only hear noise louder than say a humidifier buzzing in the background.


* WiFi baby goes to great lengths to hide the specs of the camera. Its resolution is an awful 640x480. It's the same resolution as a $49 webcam from 1999!!! (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QuickCam)

* Terrible image quality beyond more than a few feet -- I want to be able to easily see my baby breathing, which I cannot if the camera is more than 2 feet above the crib.

* Terrible user interface design for the camera setup website (think Windows 95 era webpages).

* Setup as nanny-cam for outside of home viewing requires you to call tech support (unless you have a strong background in networking) ... Again, this due to the terrible user interface design.

* No off switch, you have to unplug it.

* iOS app crashes every time I resume viewing after a long duration (possibly due to camera being turned off and back on again during that time?)


This is no HD camera despite being in the same price range as others that are (like dropcam, samsung smartcam). However, since it uses your local network to view, I think it is the best option for most parents. This is because superior cameras like samsung and dropcam require you to connect to external services (I bought the samsung, and it would go down regularly!) and that is unacceptable when you are watching your baby. Also, if your internet connection goes down, this camera keeps working! I have never had a problem the the WiFi baby connecting, not once.

There are much better cameras that also do not require an internet connection, like Sharx, but they are meant to be security cameras, not baby monitors.

Here's hoping that WiFi baby hires a UI/UX designer and upgrades their next camera to be HD.