In February 2019, DBPOwer introduced a renewed version of the DBPower video baby monitor and it was a hit. The original DBPower has seen a decline in sales but the new brand is taking the market by storm. In this article, we will give you more details on why we believe DBPower is among the best non-wifi baby monitors in 2020. In our 2020 list of best non-wifi baby monitors, DBPower came 7th behind Infant Optics, Hellobaby, Babysense, and Eufy baby monitor. You can see the full list of our best baby monitors that do not rely on the internet. It is among the few baby monitors that have a recording feature and do not rely on Wifi.
It is important to note that DBPower was the third-best long-range video baby monitor in 10BabyGear review of 2020 with its outdoor range of 1000 ft.
The chart below shows its sales chart trending upwards which goes to tell you that parents have had great things to say about this baby monitor and as of this update in 2020, it is rated very highly 4/5.
DBPower Video Baby Monitor Review:
DBPower Video Baby Monitor Extra Camera
DBPOWER Additional Camera for Video Baby Monitor System CM5341 has been available on the market since December 2017. ThDBPower extra camera weighs 349 grams and you can purchase it to replace or to make it a dual camera baby monitor.
DBPower Video Baby Monitor Features
Below are the features of DBPower that have made almost 90% of reviews on Amazon are above 4/5.
- Field of view of 270 degrees pan (horizontal) and 110 degrees tilt (vertical)
- Can support four cameras making it a great baby monitor for monitoring twins. For this reason, DBPower also featured on 10BabyGear list of 2019 best baby monitors for twins
- DBPower has night vision. It has automatic night vision feature unlike other top-rated non-wifi baby monitors such as Eufy Spaceview that requires manual night vision switch. DBPower has a sensor that detects low-light conditions/night-time and activates LED lights that illuminate on the baby. You should remember DBPower emits radiation as it transmits videos from the camera to the screen. Learn more about the dangers of infrared radiation on our separate post
- DBPower is very easy to install. It has three options you can install; ceiling mount, wall mount, and mounting stand.
- It is currently ranked number 76 doing better than some of the longest range baby monitors such as Panasonic Long-Range Video baby monitor that currently ranks number 143.
- Weights 12 ounces so you should plan accordingly if you are going to be traveling.
The DBPower video baby monitor has a camera (including the extra camera) that have automatic night vision switch. This sound-activated camera does not record continuously like other cameras such as that of Nest which record 24/7.
Both DBPower and Infant Optics are non-wifi baby monitors but DBPower has a large 4.3-inch screen while Infant Optics DXR 8 has a 3.5-inch screen. Both Infant Optics DXR 8 and DBPower can support extra camera and their extra cameras actually cost the same price. In addition to that similarity, Infant Optics DXR 8 and DBPower have room temperature sensors. DBPower, however, has split-screen feature, local Micro SD recording, and pan of 270 degrees. Infant Optics does not have local storage or recording capabilities and has not split-screen feature despite it equally supporting up to 4 cameras.
Additional Video Review of DBPower Video Baby Monitor and Extra Camera
I am Ashley Davis, a mom of three kids and the editor here at MotherhoodHQ (formerly 10BabyGear). I have been a parent since 2011 and have been doing full-time consulting as a baby sleep expert since 2019. When I am not researching or testing the next baby gear hitting the market, you’ll find me teaching my toddlers a trick or two – especially over the last few months with the lockdown. I hope you’ll find my guides and reviews helpful as you make your next purchase decision. If you have any questions, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.