Uniden Baby Monitor Explosion Causes Scare
According to the Perth parents involved with the incident, “The lithium batteries inside were all swollen … the monitor was only eight months old, and had always sat at the head of her cot.”
The couple were about to put their child to bed when they heard a bang and discovered the monitor seemed to have exploded in their absence.
They have since been promised a replacement unit by the manufacturer.
ChannelNews reached out to Uniden’s PR agency for comment and were told “Uniden Australia has never received any consumer feedback of this nature before. We take any product concerns seriously and can’t provide further comment until we thoroughly review the unit.”