Anmeate Baby Monitor Review

By Erika Holme

Anmeate is a budget baby monitor that cost less than $100 and has all the necessary features of a baby monitor. It can stream video and audio without any issues. It is not a Wifi baby monitor and does not have an app, so if you are looking for smart baby monitoring features and analytics, you won’t find it here.

Camera’s Image & Audio Quality

It has a high-resolution display with 2x zoom capability, which allows you to get a closer look at your baby. Anmeate has a 2.4-inch screen, which probably explains the price point of the product. There are other baby monitors with 5-inch screens. So if you want a better parent unit experience with a larger screen, this is not the model for you.

You can attach up to 3 additional cameras on top of the main camera. This helps parents who wants either multiple views in 1 baby room or to monitor multiple baby rooms.

Automatic night vision

Anmeate baby monitor has an automatic night vision which will be activated upon dim lights. This allows parents to see clearly in both day and night time.

It has 8 infrared LED lights which ensure that you can see your baby clearly.

2-way talk function & VOX mode

You are able to communicate with your baby with its 2-way talk function. You can easily use your voice or their lullabies feature (4 song selections only though) to soothe your baby without entering the baby room.

Its VOX mode allows you to keep your baby monitor under battery saving mode with its screen off and audio on. It only activates when it is triggered by your baby’s movements/sounds.

On a side note, you are able to track the temperature of the baby room with Anmeate baby monitor.

Manual Pan & Tilt function

We mentioned that Anmeate gives you a 2x zoom with its camera. It allows gives you the ability to manually pan and tilt the camera view so that you can see what is happening in the baby room. It can pan up to 360° and tilt 60°.

Decent signal range & security

Anmeate has a decent signal range in 960 feet, which should work fine in most house setup. You might have to take into account interferences, obstructions and walls, which affects the signal range.

Anmeate’s 2.4 GHz wireless connection is an encrypted connection and harder to hack as compared to Wifi baby monitors which are dependent on the Wifi connection.

How to mount Anmeate?

You can wall-mount Anmeate or you can simply place it on a shelf, wardrobe or table top. Do ensure to keep a minimum 6 feet distance to prevent EMF exposure to your baby. You can read our radiation article to learn more. Also, make sure to bind or cover the power cables to avoid strangulation risks.

The Verdict

Anmeate baby monitor is a value for money radio monitor with the essential features under $100. It has a good range and its 2.4 GHz wireless connection is safer than app and Wifi connection in terms of being hacked.

Infant Optics DXR-8 has more features compared to Anmeate, but it cost more. If you are not looking at the other smart features or analytics of recent smart baby monitors, and you do not want to pay more than $100, you can consider Anmeate baby monitor.