Baby Monitors

Mounting Baby Monitors(Vava, Infant Optics, Eufy & Others)

Ashley Davis

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Are you looking for where to mount your baby monitor? Considering the wall or the crib or ceiling but not sure where is best? This guide has steps to guide you on how to best install your baby monitor safely. As a mother who has personally used and installed multiple baby cameras, I understand this concern all too well. Let me assure you, the effort invested in finding the perfect spot is definitely worthwhile.

Where to place a baby monitor?

The optimal placement for your baby monitor is on the wall near your baby’s crib. The safest and most advantageous position is on the wall adjacent to your baby’s crib, providing a clear and comprehensive field of view. Mounting it on the wall ensures safety by keeping wire cords away from the baby and reducing EMF exposure. When selecting a location, consider the viewing angle.

To ensure an uninterrupted view of your baby’s sleeping area, opt for a wall mount. Unlike ceiling, crib, table, or corner mounts, wall mounts offer a wider field of view and eliminate any blind spots. Not only do they enhance safety by reducing health risks associated with EMF radiation and eliminating the risk of strangulation, but they also offer a more secure and comprehensive view of your little one’s surroundings.

To adhere to The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines, it is recommended to place your baby camera 3 feet away from the crib. This ensures the safety of your child as it prevents any cords, wires, or other potential choking hazards from being within close proximity to the crib.

For safety reasons relating to baby monitors emitting radiation, you need to make sure that the baby monitor is positioned at least 3 feet away from the baby. You can choose to position the camera anywhere in the nursery as long as the camera viewing angle covers the entire crib.

11 Factors to Consider when Choosing a Location to Mount your Baby Camera:

  1. Near the Crib or Sleeping Area: The primary purpose of a baby monitor is to monitor your baby while they sleep. Therefore, the monitor’s camera should be positioned to have a clear view of the crib or sleeping area. This allows you to monitor your baby’s movements, sleep patterns, and ensure their safety.
  2. Secure Mounting: If your baby monitor comes with a wall mount or stand, securely attach it to a stable surface near the crib. Make sure the mounting location provides an unobstructed view of the baby and is out of reach of the baby to prevent any accidents.
  3. Night vision: If you are using a baby monitor with a camera and night vision feature, you need to check the night vision range of your baby monitor. If the night vision range is 15 ft., you should make sure you don’t position your baby monitor more than 15ft away from the baby’s crib. Surpassing the night vision range will render the camera useless at night as you won’t be able to see pictures of your baby at night.
  4. Avoid Direct Contact: Keep the monitor out of direct reach of the baby, especially if it has cords or wires. This prevents the baby from pulling on the monitor or accidentally tampering with it.
  5. Strategic Positioning: Place the monitor in a strategic position to capture the entire crib area, including the baby’s head and feet. Ensure the camera angle provides a clear view without any blind spots.
  6. Consider Night Vision: If your baby monitor has night vision capabilities, position it in a location where it can effectively capture images in low light conditions without glare or reflection.
  7. Interference-Free Zone: Position the baby monitor away from other electronic devices or sources of interference, such as cordless phones, Wi-Fi routers, or microwaves. This helps prevent signal interference and ensures a clear transmission.
  8. Accessibility: Choose a location for the parent unit or receiver that is easily accessible and within reach, especially if you need to adjust settings or respond quickly to your baby’s needs.
  9. Privacy Considerations: Be mindful of privacy concerns when placing the baby monitor. Avoid positioning it in areas where it may inadvertently capture private or sensitive activities outside the nursery.
  10. Multiple Cameras: If you have a multi-camera baby monitor system, strategically position additional cameras in other areas of the nursery to monitor different angles or multiple children.
  11. Flexibility: Consider a baby monitor with adjustable camera angles or multiple mounting options to allow flexibility in positioning and accommodate different monitoring needs.

Mounting a baby monitor on the wall typically involves using the wall mount or bracket provided with the monitor. Here’s a general guide on how to mount a baby monitor on the wall:

Baby Camera Mount options: Drill vs Non-Drill Options:

Depending on your preference, there are baby monitors that can be mounted with or without drilling holes. Non-drill options include adhesive mounts or clip-on attachments, which may be more suitable for temporary setups or rental spaces.

Non-drill options give you more flexibility if you constantly travel and want to bring your baby monitor with you. However, if you are looking for a more secure and permanent installation, drill mounts may be the better option.

Also consider the type of surface where the baby monitor will be mounted. Adhesive mounts may not work well on uneven or textured surfaces, while clamp attachments may not fit securely on thicker surfaces.

Personally, I wouldn’t recommend non-drill mount options as I’ve found them to constantly move and require frequent adjustments to capture the desired field of view. If you do decide to go with non-drill mounting for your monitor, consider choosing a monitor that allows remote pan and tilt without having to go to the nursery every time it slightly moves. Also, make sure that the adhesive or clamp is strong enough to securely hold the camera’s weight because you wouldn’t want it to fall off and potentially cause any harm.

Drill mount options may require a bit more effort in installation, but they provide a more stable and secure placement for your baby monitor. You’ll need to make sure you have the right tools and equipment, such as a drill and screws, but once it’s set up, you can trust that your monitor will stay in place. Some monitors even come with wall anchors for added stability.

When drilling holes for your baby monitor, consider the height and angle of the camera for optimal viewing. You’ll also want to avoid any electrical wiring or pipes behind the wall. It’s always a good idea to consult a professional if you’re unsure about drilling into your walls.

You also need to make sure that the microphone in the camera is not situated too far from the baby because you should be able to hear any sound from your baby.

One last thing that you should make sure of is to hide the cords so your baby is not at risk of strangulation. Many parents find DIY methods to hide cords but you can explore products such as Wiremold (shown below) which has been designed to specifically assist in hiding cords in a baby’s nursery.

You can mount your baby monitor on the wall or on the crib and you’ll have to consider a few things before you decide on the wall or the crib.

How to Mount Baby Monitor on the Wall(3 options)

Mounting a baby monitor on the wall typically involves using the wall mount or bracket provided with the monitor. Here’s a general guide on how to mount a baby monitor on the wall:

  1. Select a Location: Choose a suitable location on the wall near the crib or sleeping area where the camera will have a clear view of the baby. Ensure the location is within reach of a power outlet if the monitor needs to be plugged in.
  2. Prepare the Wall: Use a stud finder to locate studs in the wall, as they provide the most secure mounting surface. If studs are not available in the desired location, use drywall anchors or toggle bolts to support the mount.
  3. Attach the Wall Mount: Use screws or mounting hardware (usually included with the baby monitor) to attach the wall mount or bracket securely to the wall. Make sure the mount is level and firmly anchored to the wall.
  4. Mount the Camera: Once the wall mount is installed, attach the camera unit to the mount according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This may involve sliding the camera onto the mount or securing it with screws.
  5. Adjust the Angle: Adjust the angle of the camera to ensure it provides a clear view of the crib or sleeping area. Some wall mounts allow for tilting or swiveling the camera to adjust the viewing angle.
  6. Secure Cables: If the baby monitor has cables or cords, secure them to the wall using cable clips or adhesive cable organizers to prevent them from dangling or becoming a safety hazard.
  7. Test the Setup: Once the camera is securely mounted, plug in the monitor unit and turn it on to ensure that the camera provides a clear image and the signal is strong.
  8. Final Adjustments: Make any final adjustments to the camera angle or mounting position as needed to optimize visibility and coverage of the baby’s sleeping area.
  9. Safety Checks: Double-check that the mounting hardware is securely fastened to the wall and that there are no loose parts or sharp edges that could pose a safety risk to the baby.
  10. Monitor Regularly: Periodically check the mounting hardware and cables to ensure they remain secure and undamaged. Adjust the camera angle if necessary to maintain an optimal view of the baby.

a)Flat Shelf on Wall Mount

Mounting your baby monitor on the wall gives you a lot of flexibility to move and position your baby monitor and avoid any blind spots.

You may need screws to mount your baby monitor on a vertical wall but you can also use an adhesive small shelf stand.

Use a level to ensure the shelf is mounted evenly and straight on the wall. A crooked shelf can affect the stability of the monitor and may not provide an optimal viewing experience.

b) Adhesive Small Shelf Stand

If you prefer a non-drill baby monitor wall mount with no hardware such as screws or drill, follow these steps;

  1. Use Adhesive Mounts: Look for adhesive mounting options specifically designed for baby monitors. These mounts typically have strong adhesive backing that can securely attach to flat surfaces like walls or furniture without the need for drilling.
  2. Check Weight Capacity: Before using adhesive mounts, ensure they are designed to support the weight of your baby monitor. Check the weight capacity of the mounts and compare it to the weight of your monitor to ensure compatibility.
  3. Clean Surface Thoroughly: Clean the surface where you plan to mount the baby monitor thoroughly with a mild cleaner to remove any dirt, dust, or grease. This helps the adhesive adhere more effectively and ensures a secure bond.
  4. Allow Adhesive to Cure: After attaching the adhesive mounts to the wall or furniture, allow the adhesive to cure for the recommended amount of time before mounting the baby monitor. This typically involves letting the adhesive sit undisturbed for several hours or overnight to ensure maximum strength.
  5. Position Carefully: Take your time to position the adhesive mounts accurately before pressing them firmly onto the surface. Once the mounts are in place, apply even pressure to ensure they adhere properly.
  6. Test Stability: Before mounting the baby monitor, test the stability of the adhesive mounts by gently pulling on them to ensure they are securely attached. If they feel loose or unstable, reposition them or consider using additional adhesive for added security.

The stand will let you avoid drilling holes as the stand shown below uses the adhesive strip to stick to the wall. Alongside is a shelf stand that has a baby monitor mounted on it.

The installation is damage-free, and the shelf can hold up to 2 pounds.

c). Flat Shelf with Cable Management

You can also use a flat shelf with cable management. A flat shelf is made to handle electronic devices such as baby monitors.

Instead of having to run the cables from your monitor to the side of the shelf, the wire goes through a hole in the middle of the shelf.

To blend into your kid’s room decor, you can pick the white or black option. Also, depending on the length of the surface you need, you can choose between the 9-inch or 12-inch wide with a 3.75-inch depth.

Other Places to Hang Baby Monitor In the Nursery

Most baby monitors come with mounting instructions that will guide you on where you can position the camera in the crib. You can get creative and choose locations such as:

1. Table Mount / Flat Surface Mount

A table or flat surface is the most common place to place your baby monitor. Some baby monitors do not give the option to mount it on the wall and are better mounted on a flat surface such as a table. If the camera has a flat surface base, you can mount it on a table next to the baby’s crib. Some of the baby monitors that can be mounted on a flat surface are Miku baby monitor and Arlo baby monitor.

Vusee flat surface mount can enable you to safely hide the cords and ensure your baby monitor camera is fixed to one position.

Vusee Flat surface mount is made of plastic and is very light making it easy to carry. It will also cost you less than $15 but you can check its current price here.

2. Crib Mount

Your crib is the third place you can place your baby monitor. Attach the baby monitor to the crib. Unless your camera is wireless and emits zero or very low electromagnetic radiation, this mounting method is not preferred or recommended.

3. Baby Monitor Ceiling Mount

Few baby monitors can be installed in the ceiling. While placing your baby monitor on the ceiling may not be common, if your baby’s nursery is squeezed, this is a great option. You can install your baby monitor on the ceiling using any baby monitor ceiling mount. Some baby monitors have ceiling mounts while others require you to improvise.

4. Corner Mount

Corner shelf with cable management- The VuSee corner sheld has a universal fit and can hold any baby monitor camera. It works with Infant Optics, Summer Infant, Angelcare, Avent, Graco, Samsung, VTech, and Safety 1st baby monitors.

Just like the other baby monitor shelf, the VuSee doesn’t require to be fixed permanently, has it uses a 3M Command strip to hold firmly on the room wall. But, if you want to make it extra secure, you can add screws and anchors. I would worry about making it more secure because the shelf can hold up to 2 pounds, which is more than enough to hold a small camera. This shelf is made in the USA, and it’s my top pick concerning safety.

How to mount with Vusee universal baby monitor kit:

The video below describes how the Vusee Corner can be used to mount your baby monitor on the corner of your baby’s nursery:

How to Mount Baby Monitor on the Wall

To mount a baby monitor on a wall, you’ll need to follow a few steps. First, determine the most suitable position on the wall, ensuring it is at least 6 ft/1.8 meters away from the baby’s location. Next, use the mounting bracket that comes with your monitor to secure it in place. Keep in mind that depending on your baby monitor brand, you may require additional tools, such as a drill, which may not be included in the monitor mounting kit.

Below I have elaborated on each of these steps in detail;

Step 1: Choose the Right Location

The first step is to select a suitable location for mounting the baby monitor. The ideal spot should provide an unobstructed view of your child’s crib or play area. It should also be at least three feet away from the crib, 6 ft/1.8 meters away from baby and out of reach of curious hands.

Step 2: Gather the Necessary Tools

Before you begin, make sure you have all the tools required to mount the baby monitor. These may include a drill, screws, wall anchors, and a screwdriver. Check the instruction manual of your specific baby monitor to see if any special tools are needed.

Step 3: Mark the Holes for Mounting

Using a pencil, mark the spots where you will be drilling holes for mounting the baby monitor. Make sure the marks are level and at equal distances apart to ensure stability. Use a leveler if needed.

Step 4: Drill Holes

Using a drill, create holes in the marked spots on the wall. If your walls are made of drywall, use wall anchors for added support.

Step 5: Attach the Mounting Bracket

Once the holes are drilled, attach the mounting bracket to the wall using screws and a screwdriver. Make sure it is securely in place.

Step 6: Set Up the Baby Monitor

Follow the instructions provided by your baby monitor’s manufacturer to set up the camera and receiver. Test the camera angle and make any necessary adjustments before mounting it on the bracket.

Step 7: Secure the Baby Monitor

Carefully place the baby monitor onto the mounting bracket, making sure it is securely attached. Double check to ensure it is stable and will not fall off.

Step 8: Conceal Wires (if applicable)

If your baby monitor has wires, make sure to securely tape them along the wall to prevent tripping hazards or choking hazards for children. Check out this video with details on the dangers of cords.

Additional Tips and Considerations

  • Make sure the baby monitor is placed in a location that does not have any potential fire hazards or electrical outlets nearby.
  • Regularly check the stability of the baby monitor and tighten any loose screws if needed.
  • If you are unsure of the stability or safety of the mounting, consult a professional for assistance.
  • If you plan to mount the baby monitor in a rental property, make sure to get permission from your landlord before making any modifications to the wall.
  • Once mounted, regularly check and clean the camera lens to ensure clear picture quality.
  • Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper installation and usage of the baby monitor. Failure to do so could result in damage to the product or potential harm to your child.
  • Consider using anchors for added support when mounting on drywall, especially for heavier baby monitors.
  • If you have multiple cameras, strategically place them around the room for maximum coverage.
  • Test the range of your baby monitor to make sure it reaches all necessary areas before relying on it for monitoring.
  • Make sure to designate a safe and secure location for the receiver, out of reach from children.
  • In case of any technical difficulties or malfunctions, refer to the manufacturer’s troubleshooting guide or contact their customer support for assistance.
  • Remember to always keep the baby monitor out of reach from young children, as it is not a toy and can potentially be hazardous if tampered with.

How to Hide Baby Monitor Cord & Safety Tips

You need to hide baby monitor cords as your child is in danger of strangulation if you don’t. Since 2007, 7 babies have died of strangulation and a study showed that 60% of baby monitors chords are installed in unsafe places. In the picture below, the baby is not safe because the baby monitor cord and the monitor are not 3 feet away from the baby.

baby-monitor-cord-safety-tip

A common problem that parents make is mounting the baby monitors in the crib or on the crib railings. If the camera is not wireless, this presents a significant risk. Similar to cameras mounted on the wall with the cords touching the baby’s crib.

You can use a wire mold or cover to hide the baby monitor cords. This will make sure that the baby is not able to play around and get to loose baby monitor cords. This video shows how you can use the wire mold to hide the cords:

You can also make sure that none of the wires are loose or touching the crib or edge of the crib. Here is a guide with 4 ways to hide your baby monitor cords/wire cables.

Universal Wall Mount

Most baby monitors come with mounting tools and guidance on how to mount the particular baby monitor. If you purchase a baby monitor with bad mounting features and accessories, you can get a universal wall mount capable of holding a baby monitor camera of up to 2 pounds.

The universal wall mount is capable of holding a baby monitor camera of up to 2 pounds. It is very easy to install, requires no tools and you’ll only need a 3 M adhesive strip to hold to the wall.

The VuSee universal wall mount is compatible with most baby monitor models. If you own an Infant Optics, Summer Infant, Angelcare, Avent, Graco, VTech, or Safety 1st monitor, it will work. If it doesn’t fit, the company will refund you, no question ask.

This wall mount is 6 x 6 inches with a 1.5-inch edge. The VuSee universal wall mount made entirely in the USA can be used as VTech’s baby monitor wall mount bracket

How to Mount Infant Optics Camera

You can mount Infant Optics to the wall without needing any additional accessories. When you purchase it, it comes with a screw and anchor which you can insert on the hole at the bottom of the Infant Optics camera and mount it on the wall. The hole is located at the base of the camera. It will take you less than 10 minutes to mount the Infant Optics camera to the wall in your baby’s nursery.

Below are the installation instructions on the Infant Optics manual.

If you find it difficult to use the free screws and anchor that comes with it, you can try other mounting devices that are available on Amazon. Below are my favorites:

#1. Featch Wall Mount for Infant Optics

Featch Simplest Bracket Stand for Infant Optics DXR-8 is easy to install and holds to the wall with only 3M adhesive strip.

Plus, you will have two pins to insert in your wall, but they are very tiny, and I wouldn’t worry about it since they won’t leave obvious holes in your drywall.

This monitor stand is 4.9-inch by 3-inch with a 1.3-inch edge, and it will look neat with your DXR-8.

#2. Infant Optics Wall Mount Adjustable Angle

Gumball-developed Infant Optics wall mount bracket holder with adjustable angle. You can adjust it 45 degrees up or down to get the best view of your baby.

#3. Aobelieve Crib Clamp Mount for Infant Optics DXR-8 Video Baby Monitor

Aobelieve crib clamp is another important accessory that enables you to mount your Infant Optics DXR 8 into any nursery furniture such as a crib or table.

Aobelieve Crib Mount for Infant Optics DXR-8 and DXR-8 PRO Baby Monitor
Aobelieve (link to Amazon).

Flexible Video Baby Monitor Stand and Mount

If you want a baby monitor mount that doubles as a stand, PlayActive designed the video baby monitor stand below. It can be used to mount most video baby monitors in a small room such as Infant Optics, Eufy Spaceview, Babysense, Vava baby monitor, Hellobaby, and many more. This mount can be attached to the crib, cot, bed, shelf, window sill or any object with up 2 feet diameter.

For less than $10 you can get yourself this wall mount ideal for several baby monitors such as Infant Optics, Motorola, Babysense, Hellobaby, and Eufy Spaceview

How to mount Arlo baby monitor 

To mount the Arlo baby camera on a wall:

  1. Make sure that the camera has a good view of the area that you want to monitor using Arlo Baby. 
  2. Place the wall plate and secure it with three screws. 
  3. Align the wall plate with the holes on the base of the camera and rotate the base until it snaps into place.
  4. Use Arlo Baby’s tilt and swivel functions to position the camera so that it captures the area that you want to monitor. 

Here is a video showing how to mount arlo baby monitor

How to install and mount Motorola baby monitor

You can use Motorola star grip as your Motorola baby monitor mount kit. The design is very unique and easily attaches to the wall or shelf.

  1. Make sure you download the Hubble app from google play store and iTunes
  2. The Motorola baby monitor comes with the parent unit, baby unit (camera), power adapter for parent unit and power adapter for a baby unit. In multi-camera packs, you will find one or more additional camera units with power adapter units. Before using the baby monitor, make sure you fully charge the battery in the parent unit so that it continues in case you disconnect it from the power supply.
  3. Before getting the Motorola baby monitor to work, it is important to get acquainted with the parent and the baby units.

1. Display (LCD screen) 2. Video ON/OFF Key V; Press to turn the LCD display ON/
OFF 3. Talk Key – Press and hold to speak to your baby 4. Up Key – Normal Mode: Tilt Up
Menu Mode: Up 5. Down Key – Normal Mode: Tilt Down Menu Mode: Down 6. Microphone 7. Menu Key 8. Ok key 9. Left Key 10. Right key 11. Power adapter 12. Unit – on and off 13. Audio level LED 14. Power Key 15. Volume key 16. Reset key 17. SD card socket  18. Micro USB socket 19. Stand 20. Speaker 21. Antennae   Overview of the Baby unit

Baby Monitor - Motorola camera unit.PNG

Important guidelines to mount Motorola Baby Monitor

  • To use your Video Monitor Baby and Parent Units together, you must be able to establish a radio link between them, and the range will be affected by environmental conditions.
  • Any large metal object, like a refrigerator, a mirror, a filing cabinet, metallic doors or reinforced concrete between the Baby and Parent Unit may block the radio signal.
  • The signal strength may also be reduced by other solid structures, like walls, or by radio or electrical equipment, such as TVs, computers, cordless or mobile phones, fluorescent lights, or dimmer switches.
  • Use of other 2.4 GHz products, such as wireless networks (Wi-Fi® routers), Bluetooth™ systems, or microwave ovens, may cause interference with this product, so keep the Baby Monitor away at least 3ft from these types of products, or turn them off if they appear to be causing interference.
  •  If the signal is weak, try raising the Parent Unit’s Antenna, moving the Parent and/or the Baby Unit to different positions in the room(s).

Here is a youtube video explaining the pairing process of a motorola baby monitor;

WARNING: Strangulation Hazard: Children have STRANGLED in cords. Keep this cord
out of the reach of children (more than 3ft (1m) away). Never use extension cords with AC Adapters. Only use the AC Adapters provided.

How to Mount VTech Baby Monitor on The Wall:

In order to mount VTech baby monitors such as VTech VM819, VM919, VM818 and VM923, there are several drill options and drill-free options you can choose from. First, you need to find an appropriate mounting bracket such as LEFXMOPHY Wall Mount Bracket(compatible with RM5764HD, RM5764-2HD, RM7764HD, RM7764-2HD and VM5463-2). My favorite VTech wall mount bracket is this Wochel Adjustable Baby Monitor Wall Mount compatible with VM919, VM981, and VM901.

Check for reception strength and camera angle before drilling the holes

Step 1 and 2:

The first step to installing a VTech camera on the wall is to mark two holes in parallel making sure that they are the same distance apart. You may need to use wall anchors as second step if you are drilling holes into a stud.

Step 1 and 2 - of Vtech baby monitor on the wall involves marking the holes to drill and inserting anchors if you are drilling to a stud.

Step 3:

The third step is to align the wall mount bracket and screws with the holes as shown in the images below. Insert the screws into the holes and tighten them until only 1/4 of the screws are exposed.

Step 3 of mounting vtech monitor on the wall - align the screws with holes

Step 4:

The fourth step to mounting your VTech camera on the wall is to put the camera on the wall mount bracket that you’ve attached with the screws. Tighten the exposed screws into the threaded socket to secure the baby unit.

Step 4 - Mounting vtech baby monitor.PNG

Here is a quick start guide for VTech baby monitors and VTech baby monitor manual 

How to Mount Vava Baby Monitor

Mounting Vava baby monitor in a flat wall is quite easy because the Vava camera comes with a hole on the bottom, specifically for wall mounting.

The snapshot below shows the hole at the bottom of the camera that you can insert screws to get it mounted on the wall:

Once you mount it, it will remain intact as shown below. Pretty neat! No need to purchase additional gear to mount it.

mounted vava baby monitor camera

Below are the best options you can purchase for VAVA baby monitor wall mount:

  1. Aobelieve Flexible Mount for VAVA Baby Monitor and Hipp Baby Monitor
  2. TIUIHU Baby Monitor Crib Mount for VAVA Baby Monitor Mount for Toddler, Easy Installation No Tools Required

Eufy Baby Monitor Crib Mount

There are two models of Eufy Spaceview baby monitor, one called Eufy Spaceview and another called Eufy Spaceview S. The Eufy Spaceview S, which is more expensive (about $199) comes with a crib mount and corner mount saving you the hassle of purchasing additional mounting items.

The Eufy Spaceview mounting kit for wall and for corner

When mount, the camera will appear as shown below:

Eufy crib and corner mount

If you purchased your Eufy baby monitor on Amazon and want to get the crib mount, you can use the following options to mount your eufy Spaceview baby monitor to the crib:

You can also purchase the Eufy Spaceview crib mount on their website for $9. You can use it to install the baby camera on the cradle’s guardrail. This mount is compatible with all Eufy baby monitor models.

eufy baby monitor crib mount
Eufy crib mount
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