11 of the best baby monitors for peace of mind while your little one snoozes
Pros: Award-winning, features two-way audio, includes a lifetime warranty and can be upgraded with up to four extra cameras for a more in-depth picture system. It’s easy to use and does everything the other models in this guide to, except for the VTech’s night show function.
Cons: Rather premium cost-wise, though it is reduced by £30 currently.
Customers are saying: Could be louder on the talk-back feature, but generally speaking it’s got good picture quality, the 360 degree capacity is great and the reach is good in terms of using from the garden/downstairs.
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Angel Care baby monitors
Why we love it: Complete with SensAsure™ technology for high sensitivity movement detection, the Angelcare AC327 is a top pick for families with multiple children, as it has different capabilities for children of different age ranges.
Pros: Movement detection can be turned off for older kids of toddler age, while additional cameras allow for multiple room monitoring, for example in a playroom and nursery.
Cons: No night light.
Customers are saying: Easy to set up, picks up all the sounds you need to hear – sniffles, crying etc. – and the zoom function is super helpful when you want a little closer look to check all’s ok.
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Best baby monitors that connect to phone
Why we love it: Hi-spec and high style, the Nanit Pro baby camera is not only app connected, but includes a wearable breathing band for your baby, as well as sleep tips and stats accessible at the press of a button.
Pros: The app features a cute memory section, where it documents your baby’s first full night’s sleep and achievements of the like, while the two-way audio and white noise functions help to aid in that very achievement becoming a reality.
Cons: No low battery indicator or lullabies.
Customers are saying: The travel multi-stand makes it easy to travel, and it’s generally a top pick for first-time parents.
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Motorola baby monitor
Why we love it: A much more accessibly priced option, the Motorola PIP baby monitor features app connectivity, sends parents sound and motion notifications and produces HD footage so you can keep track of your little one whether you’re at work and they’re with your partner or childcare staff, or simply in the next room.
Pros: Two-way talk, temperature indicator and low-power mode, as well as 10 lullabies in-built and the unique option to save a parent’s voice recording onto the device.
Cons: Mains powered only, not rechargeable unit.
Customers are saying: Highly recommend, great value for money, easy to set up and easy to use – no complaints!
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