Baby monitor options to help you be sure your baby is resting peacefully

As your preparing for the day that you bring your baby home, you’re probably compiling quite a list of things to purchase. If this is your first child, you’re also likely to be adding these items to your registry list.

One of the items that you’re going to want to have is particularly complicated: your baby monitor. There are both audio and video options, a variety of signal strengths, and a lot of price points.

We’ve taken the time to sort through the options for you and find some of the options that work best for a lot of parents. These are the monitors that help parents be sure that their little one is safely tucked in for their nap, and help them know what’s happening when there’s a disturbance. Take a look through our list and see if one of them sounds right for you.

These are the monitors that help parents be sure that their little one is safely tucked in for their nap, and help them know what’s happening when there’s a disturbance

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  • Homiee video monitor – This monitor has just about everything a nervous parent could ask for. A digital camera, a monitor with a 5-inch screen, a camera with a zoom, tilt capacity, and night vision that is remotely controlled from any room, two-way talk and temperature control. It also has a 12-month warranty in case anything goes wrong. Though it has a higher price point, if you’re looking for a well-rated monitor with all the bells and whistles, this is the one for you.
  • Campark baby monitor – This highly-rated monitor is about half the price of its more deluxe counterpart and still has a lot of the features found in the more premium versions. With this monitor, you’ll have a premium camera and remote access screen, two-way talk, and temperature monitoring and a set of lullabies to help a fussy baby relax.
  • VMAI baby monitor – This deluxe monitor comes with all of the features you’d expect with its elevated price point and then some. Remote access, two-way talk, a larger screen monitor, motion-sensing so that you know when your child is waking up, lullabies built into the system, and temperature notifications are all included. It also has night vision and a feeding alarm. What’s stands out about this option, however, is the capacity for multiple cameras. You can initially purchase the monitor with either one or two cameras, the system can ultimately sustain up to four so that you can always have the best possible view of your little one.

    Available baby monitors include both audio and video options, a variety of signal strengths, and a lot of price points.

  • Victure video to phone monitor – If you’ve been wondering why you need a baby monitor with its own screen, you’re not alone. While a lot of other baby monitors offers a phone connection as an option along with a screen, this one ditches the screen entirely, relying solely on your smartphone. The system also includes standard features like 2-way audio, night vision, and a motion detector. Overall, this efficient option works for a lot of parents, and the lower price point can save your baby budget for other items.
  • Monitor and smartwatch by SereneLife  – This highly rated monitoring system comes with a rechargeable smartwatch instead of a monitor screen. If you don’t mind a smaller image size and love the idea of having your monitor on your wrist. This could be a great choice.  It includes a lot of the features that standard monitors have including 2-way talk, night vision, room temperature monitoring, and the ability to play lullabies.

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