See what people are saying about Angel Eye:

My grandbaby was born 10 weeks early. He’s sleeping and growing and this is a perfect way for me to see him while I’m at work. As much as I want to be there, this is the next best thing. I love this!
Being able to see my baby at any time, day or night, and see him breathing, sleeping - I’m just so glad this exists.
Our little boy is in the NICU and we live 45 minutes away. We can check on him anytime. We have family 6 hours away that check on him 24/7.
I love the Angel Eye Cameras. My daughter was in the NICU for over four months and it made it easier to go back to work.
The first time I saw my baby boy was via Angel Eye after he was born emergency c section at 24 weeks. It was always comforting being able to log-in and see him when I wasn’t physically able to be with him. I am forever thankful for Angel Eye Cameras.
I am so grateful to be able to see my granddaughter. This is one of the greatest things I’ve ever seen. Sometimes we can’t visit as much as we would like to, but this makes it where we can still visit as I call it. It’s such a joy to watch her. Again thank you. This has been a blessing to me.
My grandson was born at 24 weeks. I cannot begin to explain what the Angel Eye camera has meant to us. I work night shift, and I can watch my little man all night. I can’t afford to take off work, and I have limited opportunity to make the trip for a visit.
Loved the babycam and I think every bedside should definitely have one. It’s always better to see your baby then to just hear about how they are doing when you cannot be present at all times.
Having the camera has helped my husband and I through some very rough patches. I hope all children’s hospitals get them. Thank you!
“I thank the Lord every day for this camera! Having my son in the NICU over 5 months, it has gotten me through some rough times.”
Angel Eye was truly a lifesaver for us, being two hours away from our son. I am so grateful LeHigh Valley Hospital in Pennsylvania had them. It got us through five months of our son being there.