Not your Typical Baby Monitor | Cubo AI Review

Hi everyone! My name is Wendy and I’m one of Cubo AI’s 6,000 pilot testers. I love my Cubo (and even hoping to get a second one!) but, at first, I wasn’t so sure. To be honest, I regretted the purchase a bit, thinking that I could still watch my baby even if I had only bought a $20 security camera or something. But then my Cubo arrived, I opened the box and was SO surprised.

Opening the box, my eyes were instantly drawn to Cubo. It was so cute! A security monitor gets attached to the wall or put on a shelf but Cubo AI becomes part of your home.

Cubo AI Simple Set Up

From there the set-up process was very straightforward and before long we were logged into the app, looking through the camera. The quality is amazing!


The best part about Cubo’s camera is that it adds each picture it takes into a gallery so that later you can go and watch your child grow up. One morning we woke up to find that Cubo’s AI had taken an adorable shot of Benjamin munching on his feet.

This picture was the turning point for me. Now I’m obsessed with my Cubo, and Grandma and Grandpa love it, too! They can't visit every day, but thanks to Cubo, they can see Benjamin whenever they want.

Night Vision & Sleep Safety

Cute stuff aside, Cubo’s got a lot of really practical uses. Security cameras also have night vision and nice video quality, of course, but these features are only useful when you’re actually looking at them.

Cubo is always on the lookout for me, pushing a notification to my phone if there is something I need to see. Furthermore, the video stream can be rewinded up to 18 hours, so you can see everything that lead up to any notification. I also really like using the app to peek at Benjamin when I hear him wake up, even though 9 times out of 10 he ends up falling back to sleep.

Cubo’s AI gives me the flexibility and peace of mind to get done what I need to do, whether it’s housework or just going to the bathroom. 

Suffice it to say, Cubo is NOT your typical baby monitor.


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