New babyCam for safe backseat viewing

New babyCam for safe backseat viewing

Because we all need eyes in the back of our head sometimes

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We’ve all had moments when having eyes in the back of our head could have been really useful – especially in the car.

Enter the Garmin babyCam.

It’s the first in-vehicle baby monitor that allows you to see baby on your dashboard Sat Nav by attaching it to a headrest. It even has night vision, so you can check on baby if you’re driving at night without waking them up.

Mama to more than one? Not a problem. It has an adjustable viewing angle so it can monitor more than one child in the backseat. And it takes voice commands, so you don’t need to take your hands off the wheel to switch from Sat Nav to babyCam. Sign us up!

The Garmin babyCam, priced at £159.99, launches on 19 January.

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