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Safety 1st Glow & Go Monitor 8091

Safety 1st Glow & Go Monitor 8091
alaScore 55

24 reviews

Jan, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 24 reviews of Safety 1st Glow & Go Monitor 8091. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Safety 1st Glow & Go Monitor 8091 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 55/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: evlmidget (viewpoints.com)

Lasted 6 uses! Bad product.

 

Safety 1st Sound View Baby Monitor is a waste of money. They are cheap though and you get what you pay for, in most cases. I learned my lesson very quickly with this product. It was horrible the whole 6 times I was able to use it. All I could hear was...

May, 2014

Consumer review by: monro84 (viewpoints.com)

can here baby breath

 

I received this from my best friend that had a baby 7 yrs ago!! It works great. Being a first time mom I was wanting one of those monitors that can track a baby's breathing. I looked at the ones that you attach to the baby and the ones that he would...

Dec, 2013

Consumer review by: Mayaj30 (viewpoints.com)

Not good:-)

 

I put this monitoring systems to hear my baby girls in the room at the opposite end of the house but unfortunately the frequency is not as great as it should be. Sometimes it works great other times it is so much static I have to move it around the...

Dec, 2012

Consumer review by: Alucard6713 (viewpoints.com)

First baby moniter

 

This is my first and only baby monitor so I don't have previous ones to compare this to. The transmission works well and speech is quite audible. We have the units in the family room and one in the bedroom. I can pretty much hear anything of reasonable...

Feb, 2012

Consumer review by: bmakahi (viewpoints.com)

Meh. Rather have spent a little more money and gotten a better 1

 

We bought this monitor for our first. It worked OK for a couple of months. Keep in mind, we didn't subject this poor little thing to harm--we treated it well. After a couple of months, we had a lot of trouble with it. The interference was horrible. I...

Feb, 2012

Consumer review by: grama2many (viewpoints.com)

safety 1st name says it all... inexpensive and works well

 

a baby monitor from safety 1st, does a lot to make you feel secure in knowing that your child is safely sleeping . and, this also comes with the satisfaction of not needing to spend lots of money; especially in these times. it ahving a night light is...

Aug, 2011

Consumer review by: coolchic4 (viewpoints.com)

eases my mind

 

I tend to worry a lot about my kids as they are sleeping because they are on the other side of the house. I bought this moniter system to keep an ear on my son as he sleeps. He has breathing problems and asthma so i need to be able to hear him if he...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: Five4geys (viewpoints.com)

Safety first glow monitor works okay.

 

My kids love the night light part of this monitor- the soft glow is just right for quick trips to the potty in the middle of the night. The receivers work okay- sometimes they only receive a signal in certain parts of my small yard (within a very short...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: rjaffeux (viewpoints.com)

I wouldn't buy this one again

 

We bought this for my son's room when he was born. The brand was good and the price was good. Our house was small (900sq ft) so I figured we didn't need one long range or any extra features but was excited about the temp. gage since our modular tended...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: sdesrosiers (viewpoints.com)

is this a joke?

 

unfortunately, i hate my house which has two bedrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs. dumb, i know. so when it came time for my toddler to go into his own room, i was faced with a dilemma normally i would prefer the child upstairs and parents...

Feb, 2011