Samsung SEW-3035 Wireless Monitoring System, Review and competition

April 24, 2012 at 3:51 pm | Posted in competition, guide, information, product information, Uncategorized | 5 Comments

I was given a Samsung SEW-3035 baby monitor to review. This is a top of the range wireless video monitor with many features. I was also given two baby blankets to give away to my blog readers, more details about this below.

Samsung SEW-3035 Wireless Monitoring System

I’m usually a person who buys products which suit my needs and rarely go for top-of-the-range products, and if I’m honest I never really saw the advantages of having a video monitor. I believe I am converted now. Watching my baby sleep is an absolute pleasure and I was even able to do some recordings. I never before realised just how long he was awake before he started to move or make a noise. The first night this monitor was installed I was transfixed to the screen. The novelty did wear off, but I always felt more comforted being able to see my baby all the time.

The first thing I noticed was how easy it was to set up. The package even gives you a template to use when attaching the camera to the wall. I did not attach the camera as I wanted to test it from different positions in the room. The picture on the monitor screen was very clear. You can even view it through a computer or television, although the picture loses a little of its quality the bigger you view it.

At night the picture is black and white. We use a lamp in the bedroom but tried it with the lamp off and the room in complete darkness and couldn’t really tell the difference. During the daylight pictures are viewed in full colour. You can also zoom in on your baby for a closer look, and you can turn the on the night light on the camera by a switch on the monitor.

The Samsung SEW-3035 monitor is wireless and can be taken from room to room. It has its own handy little stand or a clip to attach it to your belt or clothing. The charge last for several hours and bleeps when the charge is running low, then you need to plug it in. The camera can also be used with batteries for complete portability.

There is a two way audio between the monitor and the camera so you can speak to your baby, sometimes a few words of comfort is all they need to help them settle back to sleep or stop the tears.

A really nice feature is the ability to record what the camera sees by a button on the monitor. You can record manually or set it to record automatically when it detects movement. You need a micro SD card, which is not supplied, to be able to use this function. I used one from an old phone. You can also use the monitor on your pc to send videos to friends and family through your Skype or MSN account.

The Samsung SEW-3035 Monitor can be used with up to four cameras which can be purchased separately.

Another feature is the temperature settings; the temperature of the room is picked up by the camera and displayed on the monitor. You can set an alarm to let you know if this temperature gets too hot or too cold.

In summary I found the Samsung SEW-3035 monitor easy to use and it looks smart. The screen is clear and gives a good picture in both colour and black and white. The sound quality is good and can be adjusted. It has many features which are all quite simple to use.

The innovative Samsung SEW-3035 wireless baby monitoring system is available now in the UK with an RRP of £149.

For more information please visit or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO3-3uP0ZOY&feature=related

I have two Samsung travel blankets to give away. They are chocolate colour and are soft and cosy for baby. The blankets fold and pack away not a leather pouch when not in use and they can then be hung from a pram.  They are the perfect addition to any holiday and will ensure that baby travels in the utmost of comfort. Worth £19.99

The competition is now closed, congratulations to the winners, Sarah and Donna.

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  1. Thank you for a lovely giveaway, would love to win 😀

  2. Looks like s fab system, not just limited to small babies either. I’d imagine this would be fantastic for special needs children too.
    Sandie x

  3. Great review!! I would love to win a blanket xx

  4. A fantastic prize, thanks for the giveaway – fingers crossed!

  5. Great review! Would love to win the travel blanket for my littlest one!


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