“My husband told me he believed I dreamt it, but thanks to Cubo I was able to check and see the craziest thing caught on our baby monitor! […] If we hadn’t seen it on camera, we could’ve put her back in her crib.
What’s The weirdest thing caught on your baby monitor? This couple had a crazy experience and were glad to have a Cubo Ai to playback the moment the morning after.
This Review was written By Cubo Mom, Leah and posted on our Cubo Facebook Community
We love our Cubo! It was so easy to set up, making it a big win in my book. It has made our lives easier. We feel so much safer knowing that we can watch our daughter from the app when she’s asleep in her crib when we need to go downstairs. The cry detection has always been accurate for us. The two-way talk has been a great feature so we can talk to her so she knows she’s not alone. One of our best moments with Cubo so far has been having it capture a clip of me reading her a book. Being able to look back at it and see her laughing has been so special to me.
“The craziest thing caught on our baby monitor happened one night during night-time soothing.”
One of our crazier, and most recent moments, that Cubo has been a big help, is one night that I was awake with my daughter, and I heard something in her room. My husband told me he believed I dreamt it, but thanks to Cubo I was able to check and see that a bat was in fact in her room and had landed in her crib.
If we hadn’t seen it on camera, we could’ve put her back in her crib. Thanks, Cubo for making such a positive difference in our home in more ways than one. Most of all, thank you for helping us keep our daughter safe!
Want to see what Cubo Ai Could do for you?
Cubo Ai is baby’s first safeguard and mommy’s best friend. It not only keeps your baby safe while they’re in their crib by alerting you when something looks off (like there’s a bat in the room!) it also automatically takes adorable photos of your baby while you get your mama to-do list done.
How cute is this little one? Are you ready to bring peace of mind home?