Target coupon alert: Levana baby monitors on sale through Sept. 21!
By Dan Kricke
When you’re a parent there’s nothing more important than the safety and well being of your baby. But you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to keep your baby safe. Target is featuring a 20 percent off coupon on Levana baby monitors, but you have to act fast because the coupon expires on Sept. 21. Oh and don’t forget to get your 3 percent Cash Back while you’re shopping, too! Here are some of our favorite Levana monitors.
Levana Stella 4.3 PTZ Digital Baby Video Monitor
With the Levana Stella, you no longer have to rely on sound alone to monitor your baby. The Stella features a 4.3-inch screen with whisper-quiet pan, tilt and zoom features. With a 36-hour battery life, you can monitor through quite a few naps before you need to charge the Stella up again. The Stella also plays three different lullabies to calm your baby to sleep. It also features a night-vision LED and an intercom that lets parents talk to their baby.
Levana Keera 3.5 PTZ Digital Baby Video Monitor
If you feel like a 4.3-inch screen is overkill for a baby monitor, the Levana Keera offers the same feature set as the Stella with a 3.5-inch screen for $10 less. The Keera lets parents capture photos of their sleeping baby while they’re being video monitored, giving them lots of opportunities to capture their child at his or her most peaceful. The Keera has a 24-hour battery life along with low-battery indicators and a power-save mode when you don’t need all that juice.
Levana Safe N’ See Advanced 3.5 Digital Video Baby Monitor
For something a little less expensive there’s the Safe N’ See. It comes in at half the price of the Stella and Keera, so already you’re getting a great deal. Safe ‘N See is voice activated and displays in a large color LCD display with night vision for up to 10 feet away along with a night light and lullabies controlled by the parent. About the only downside to the Safe ‘N See is the battery, which only lasts for four hours. But with a monitor that can clip to your belt, it’s never been easier to monitor your child.
Levana Melody Digital Baby Monitor
The Levana Melody doesn’t feature a digital video screen, but if you’re fine without a few bells and whistles, you can’t get a better monitor for $50, especially considering it’s usually priced at $65! Much like the Stella, the Melody model features three lullabies programmed into the monitor, and it has a built in nightlight to ease your child to see. It lacks the flashiness of the other models, given its lack of LCD screen, but the audio fidelity works for 2,000 feet, so you’re getting a lot of coverage for a low price.
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