Kodak Cherish C125 Baby Monitor review
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With the Kodak Cherish C125 Baby Monitor, you monitor your baby using an app on your smartphone. Without a parent unit included it’s very cheap and will appeal to anyone on a tight budget. We didn’t find it the easiest monitor to use, but it could make up for that with great picture and sound quality. See if this smart baby monitor makes the grade in our Kodak Cherish C125 Baby Monitor review.
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