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The NEW Ayden Video Baby Monitor from Levana will give parents peace of mind ~ day or night! #Giveaway

When you are a parent, especially of a new baby, you want to be able to hear your child when they are calling you or if they need something.  Having a baby monitor is a great asset to any home.  However, sometimes it is nice to be able to see what your child is doing, not just hear them.  With the NEW Ayden Video Baby Monitor from Levana, as a parent you will have peace of mind ~ day or night.

Levana Ayden Video Baby Monitor

The Ayden Video Baby Monitor not only allows you to hear your child, but you can also see what they are doing.  Do they really need your help, or are they just delaying bed time?  There are many great features of the Ayden Video Baby Monitor that would have been fantastic to have when my children were younger.


48 Hour Battery Life in PEEP Mode — The “PEEP” mode sets your monitor and your camera to sleep when there is no sound or activity in the room allowing you to save hours of valuable battery life. The moment your child makes even the slightest “peep”, the camera and monitor will turn on and activate so you can see and hear exactly what is going on. 

3.5″ Screen and Private ClearV­u® Digital Signal —The large 3.5” screen provides great quality in either the day and night vision modes.  The ClearVu® technology provides outstanding precision and clarity of a digital signal from up to 750ft away. Ayden also has a private, secure and interference-free digital signal – so you can be sure that only YOU are seeing the footage from your home.

Ayden Monitor Features

Invisible LED Night Vision — The invisible infrared LED night vision, helps provide you with a clear image of your child in the dark up to 15 feet away. Since there are no distracting red LED lights, your child will be able to sleep undisturbed.

Two-Way Intercom — Sometimes, the only thing your child needs is to hear your voice.  With the 2-way intercom, you can calm your baby with the sound of your own voice .  This is also a great way for parents to communicate with each other when extra help might be needed in the nursery.

3 Soothing Lullabies — If your baby loves the sound of music before bed, the Ayden monitor has 3 lullabies that can be activated remotely by the parent unit.

Gentle Nightlight — A gentle light show can help make the nursery more relaxing and soothing for your baby. This too can be controlled from the parent unit, and can be turned on or off without entering the nursery. 

Ayden Baby Monitor

Smart LED Indicator Ring — The sound indicator ring changes color with the sound of your baby’s voice, alerting you if they are crying, quietly talking or if your unit is disconnected.  This is great if you need to turn the volume down on your parent unit for any reason.

  • Pink – Disconnected  
  • Blue – Low volume/Whispers  
  • Green – Low-Medium volume/Murmurs  
  • Yellow – Medium volume/Cooing  
  • Orange – Medium-High volume/Chatter  
  • Red – High volume/Yelling

ayden camera

Expandable up to 4 Cameras — If you have more than one room you want to keep an eye on, the Ayden monitor’s expandable system grows with your family. You can add up to three additional cameras and conveniently view up to four areas of your home.  Since these cameras are all compact and sophisticated, they will even look great mounted on the walls of your home.

Whether you want to keep an eye on your newborn, your 2 year old, or your furry pet, The Ayden Video Baby Monitor will get the job done in a quiet manner.


1 Mommy Moment reader will WIN an Ayden Video Baby Monitor valued at $119.99!!

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us which room in your house you would use this monitor.

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Sue J.

Sunday 5th of October 2014

I would probably keep this in the living room!

Robert Pyszk

Sunday 5th of October 2014

I would use this in the kitchens .

Mary V

Sunday 5th of October 2014

I would use it in the play room, Thanks for the chance!

Melanie F.

Sunday 5th of October 2014

My soon to be baby's room, of course!


Sunday 5th of October 2014

The baby's room